NEET- UG 2020 Live updates | Medical entrance exam to be held today on 13 september, over 15 lakh students had registered for the examination | Medical entrance test at 3,843 centers across the country with Corona guidelines, 85 to 90% of students according to NTA test

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2 month ago

  • Due to social distancing, only 12 candidates took the exam instead of 24 in class
  • Amidst two postponements and numerous protests and protests, it was finally concluded today.

NEET 2020 examination to be held for admission in medical colleges across the country was successfully done at 5 pm on Sunday. NEET was conducted from 2 pm to 5 pm at 3842 centers in 155 cities. According to NTA sources, about 15 lakh candidates had registered for the exam this year.

Read full analysis of NEET 2020 here

After being postponed twice, Education Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal expressed happiness over the examination which took place amidst many controversies and protests. He said that, today 85 to 90% of the students appeared in the examination. This explains the dedication and patience of the youth of self-reliant India.

What should students say after the exam?

According to the candidates who appeared in the examination, the questions of biology were simple. However, he found the Physics Part a bit difficult in all three sections. At the same time, according to some students, this time paper was not more tricky than last year. Most of the questions in the exam were NCERT based. Also, candidates appear satisfied with the seating arrangement during the exam.

Reaction of candidates to the examination center

A student, who reached the examination center in Patna, Bihar, said, “Some students who have appeared for the exam are being asked to wait for some time due to their high temperature, as it may be due to the hot weather. We Drinking water and trying to relax. “

“We have studied a lot for exams and it is right that we are getting an opportunity to take the exam,” said the candidate, who reached an examination center in Bengaluru, Karnataka.

A student who had reached Siliguri in West Bengal said that this is a year and a half of his hard work. We are constantly using masks and sanitizers keeping all precautions.

A student who reached the examination center in Chennai said that NEET is just an exam, in which there is nothing to fear. If the exam is not clear this time, we will appear in the exam again next year.

Candidates who reached the examination center in Raipur, Chhattisgarh, were seen following social distancing. During this period, the students’ temperature was also investigated.

Cutoff may be higher this year

According to experts, this year the cutoff can be higher than last year. The top score is also likely to exceed 700. Experts believe that students may need a high score of 140 to pass the NEET exam. To get a seat in government medical colleges, this score can be between 510 – 450 marks.

Last two years cutoff

Category 2019 2018
Unreserved 701- 134 691- 119
SC / ST / OBC 133 to 107 118 to 96
Unreserved pH 133 to 120 118 to 107
ST / SC / OBC PH 119 to 107 106 to 96

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