1. Mobile App for NEET Mock Tests
According to latest news from NTA (National Testing Agency) it is stated that NTA has launched a mobile app for practice of NEET syllabus. As NTA is responsible to conduct exams of JEE Main, NEET, and NET (National Eligibility Test) has issued this application for all students who are preparing for Medical as well as Engineering Exams. Through this app Students across the country are able to give test and analyse them free of cost.
2. SC allows for NEET UG 25 years above candidates to apply NEET 2019
Latest decision of SC says that medical aspirants who are preparing for NEET 2019 with age above 25, are also eligible for the exam. Previously, candidates who have completed 25 years on the date of examination i.e. 5th May 2019 were not allowed for the exam but now onward these students can also appear for NEET 2019. Well, this is a relief for youth who are dedicate preparing for the medical entrance exam.
3. Open School Students Are Allowed For NEET 2019
NEET 2019 exam from has opened from 1 November 2018 and closed on 31st December. Students who have given 12th exam and whose result is not declared yet, can also appear for NEET 2019. Also students who are completing age 25 on 5th May 2019 and have studied Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Bio-technology can also give the exam this year.
Apart from this candidates who given qualifying exam from open school or private school who have studied biology related subjects, can also appear for the exam.
Check Out: Neet 2019 Result Online
4. Video Lectures by NTA
National Testing Agency who is now onward fully responsible for conducting NEET and JEE Main has taken the new initiative for students exam preparation. It has launched video lectures by IITians and subject experts of subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. IIT PAL videos are uploaded on official website i.e. https://www.nta.ac.in/LecturesContent . The purpose of these video lectures is to clear concepts of students and help them to score more.
5. To Study Medicine in Abroad, Qualifying NEET 2019 is Compulsory
Till 2018, students who have secured 50% marks used to get admission for Medical in foreign countries. Whereas students who scored more than 95% didn’t get medical seat in India. This fact forced supreme court to make a necessary qualification filter for getting admission in foreign medical colleges. So now onwards candidates who want to pursue their medical education in abroad,have to score minimum 80% in NEET Exam. Also students who did not appeared NEET 2018 can study medicine in foreign countries.
6. Test Practice Centres all over India
NEET 2019 will be taken in offline mode so students with rural background has got relief. Whereas JEE mains will no longer be taken in online mode. So for the practice of those students, NTA has inaugurated 2500+ TPC (Test Practice Centres) for students across India. Candidates can visit to TPCs and give mock tests. They are also allowed to watch video lectures by IIT PAL to make their concepts clear which will ultimately help them to score high.