National Testing Agency will end the correction window for NEET 2020 exam on January 31, 2020. Counting today, only three days remain in which candidates who had applied for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test can edit details in their application form through candidate login at ntaneet.nic.in.
The agency had, as promised, opened the window to correct details in the application form on January 15, 2020. More than 2 weeks have been given for medical aspirants across the nation to ensure that the final details in the form are correct.
What next for NEET 2020?
Immediate event: NEET 2020 correction window last date is 31st January. If you had applied for the NTA NEET UG 2020 exam, then you are advised to go to ntaneet.nic.in. click on candidate login, then login once and ensure that all the details in your form are correct.
In between: In between, that is from the last date of correction to the start of hall ticket download, nothing is as such scheduled to happen from NTA’s end. In the other exams that NTA conducts, it has been observed that the agency sometimes releases sample papers, or press releases regarding conduct of exam in this duration. If this happens in the case of NEET, that will be known as and when such an event happens.
Regarding release of NEET 2020 Admit Card
All candidates who had successfully applied for the exam will be issued with admit cards. Through it, one will know the exam center allotted, and also will be able to appear for the exam by showing the admit card as one of the few documents that will be required on the day of exam.
To note: 27 March 2020 to 10 April 2020 is that duration in which candidates can approach helpline if they are unable to download admit cards.
Plus, in the same duration, contact the helpline if there is any discrepancy in data in admit card, or photograph, signature, and the confirmation page that was generated during registration.
3 Months To NEET Exam – These 5 Points Should Be Part Of Your Study Plan
- You should refer NCERT to study class 11th and 12th topics of physics, chemistry, biology.
- You should ensure that you have covered / will be covering all topics that are in the NEET 2020 syllabus.
- If you are going to appear for board exams, then do it hand in hand with NEET exam prep, do not let go of one for the other.
- Solve sample papers, and mock tests extensively.
- Avoid burn out – have a study plan that incorporates adequate sleeping time, short breaks, and divides time in such a manner that you can work on your strengths and weaknesses appropriately.
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