According to NTA director, they planning to implement this rule, they just waiting for the approval of Health Minister. When he give his approval, they immediately implemented this rule.
According to the National testing Agency, there will be no change in the exam dates or pattern for NEET 2020. “The exam schedule for NEET 2020 will remain unaffected. If they plan to conduct NEET twice in a year so, they will plan in 2021. But, this year, NEET will be held once in a year.
After the decision of the Health Ministry to make NEET a single entrance examination for NEET, AIIMS & JIPMER, students and teachers from across the country demanded that the medical entrance examination be held twice a year. The student community is also urging that the government should give at least two chances to students so that just like JEE Main, they can also pick the score of the best of two exams. On the basis of these requests and evaluating them in detail, they decided that, NEET will be held twice in a year but, from 2021 after the getting approval of Health Minister
This is a good news for all the NEET aspirants that there will be no change in the NEET pattern and schedule this year means in NEET 2020. The changes will come from NEET 2021.
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) will be conducted on May 3, 2020 (Sunday). While the NTA NEET 2020 registration will begin on December 2, the last date of registration is December 31.
Why hold NEET exam twice a year?
In the current system, neet will be held once in a year, if any student missed their exam or failing in the exam he/she have to wait for whole complete year. If this rule will be change NEET will be held twice in a year like JEE Main so, students can give exam again and they don't have to wait for an year, this problem will be resolved for the students. With two attempts available, students will have less pressure and they also can give exam more comfortably. In NEET examination also, the best of two exam scores would be considered for admission in MBBS and BDS courses. This would improve the number of candidates qualifying in examination.
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