NEET 2020 will serve as the single entrance test through which all MBBS or BDS seats offered in the country will be filled. Candidates will have to appear for NEET in order to get admission in AIIMS and JIPMER as well. Based on NEET scores candidates will be granted admission in medical/dental colleges and institutes.

NEET will be conducted in offline mode i.e, pen and paper-based mode. Candidates will be given NEET OMR sheets 2020 to fill the answers which will be later electronically evaluated.

Candidates who wish to appear for NEET 2020 must ensure that they fulfil the eligibility criteria laid down by the exam conducting authority. Following is the NEET eligibility criteria:

  • Aspirants must have attained the age of 17 years as on December 31, 2020, will be eligible to take NTA NEET 2020. Students born on or before December 31, 2002 are also considered eligible for the national examination.
    Candidates must have completed their Class 12 or equivalent from a recognised central or state board with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English as the core subjects.
  • The qualifying marks for general category applicants is 50%, while for SC/ST/OBC, it is 40%.
  • Candidates who belong to NRIs, OCIs, PIOs and Foreign nationals category can also apply for NEET-UG.

The experts GENERALLY predict that the cut-off may falls in the range of 500 to 600 for general categories. Therefore in order to get admission under All India Quota, you must score within this range.

For a competitive exam like NEET, we can never say that this particular book is enough, but yes NCERT is considered as BIBLE /GEETA especially for Biology ,out of total 90 questions ,around 65-75 questions are a direct pick from NCERT, so NCERT should be at your finger tips.
NCERT actually clears your basics and It creates like a foundation of topic on which the building of important knowledge and facts can stand.
So NCERT is required for selection but to stand out from crowd or to boost your rank you can take help from reference material.