NEET 2017 FAQs – NEET Application Form Filling

NEET 2017 FAQ's

In this article, we have answered all the questions we have received regarding NEET 2017 application form filling, eligibility criteria etc,.

If you have any question regarding NEET 2017, check these questions and answers, you might your answered here. If you are not able to find answer to your question, kindly ask your question in the comment section given below and we will answer it as soon as possible.

Update on NRI student’s eligibility in NEET UG 2017

Some NRI students have approached the Supreme Court, asking it to clarify the NEET regulations on admissions in the NRI quota seats in unaided private medical colleges. The case will be heard on January 30, 2017.

Earlier the Telengana and Andhra Pradesh High Court had directed the colleges to consider the admissions for MBBS course only when they clear the NEET and have obtained at least 50 per cent of marks taken together in Physics, Chemistry and Biology in the intermediate (10+2) qualifying exam.


NEET 2017 FAQs

Q #1  When will NEET 2017 applications be released?

Ans: NEET 2017 application forms are expected to release in the first half of January, 2017.

Q #2  Apart from AIIMS and JIPMER, what are the others exams to be conducted for admissions to MBBS and BDS programmes in the country?

AnsApart from AIIMS and JIPMER, only NEET 2017 will provide admissions to MBBS and BDS programmes in government, private and deemed medical colleges in India, as per the Supreme Court’s order.

Q #3  How will government medical colleges provide admissions to candidates under 85% state quota seats?

Ans:  It will be provided on the basis of state merit list drawn on NEET 2017 results. Things will be more clear once CBSE issues NEET 2017 notification. All these information should be given in that. 

Q #4  I belong to general category. I want to know if I am eligible for NEET 2017. My date of birth is 01/12/92.

Ans: You are not eligible for NEET 2017. Minimum age for NEET is 17, with cut off date being 31 December.

Q #5  Am I eligible for NEET my PCB grouping is 46%.

Ans: You need to understand, CBSE checks overall percentage for NEET, not just aggregate marks of PCB. Check here for marks wise criteria for different caste categories

Q #6 What is the breakup of class 11 and 12 syllabus in NEET exam

Ans: As per the syllabus, 60% is from class 12 and 40% from class 11. But questions come evenly from both classes. Check here

Q #7 I appeared for NEET Phase 1 and Phase 2 in 2016. Can I reappear for NEET 2017

AnsYes you can

Q #8 Which books should I prefer, state board or NCERT books

AnsNCERT should be preferred over state board books. You should also practise from previous years questions. Here is a list of best books for NEET preparation. 

Q #9 Currently my age is 25, I am giving NEET/AIPMT exam for the last 5 years. Can I appear again for NEET 2017.  next year I would appear for NEET, my question is that as I have crossed the upper age limit for all India quota but will I be eligible for state quota or not???

AnsYou are eligible for state quota from reserved categories, but not general category.

Q #10 In 2017, AIIMS & JIPMER will be included in NEET or separate exams

AnsAIIMS & JIPMER will be conducted separately in 2017

Q #11  I am class 12 student and my date of birth is 30 March 2000. Can I appear in NEET 2017 exam


Q #12 How many government college seats are under NEET?

AnsApproximately 3,200 seats, under 15% quota

Q #13 Is there any seat reserved for the wards of Ex servicemen defence

Ans: It will be clarified in the official notification.

Q #14 What all languages are covered under NEET

Ans: It is still not clear. Number of languages are getting increased every day. Exact number of languages will be made clear in the official notification.

Q #15 I am a student of class 11. Can I apply for NEET 2017?

Ans: No. Only class 12 pass or appearing are eligible for NEET 2017

Q #16 There is no option to choose NT category in application form‚ then what can we do?

Ans: You choose OBC

Q #17 For students passing class 10 from one state and class 12 from another state, are they not eligible for the entrance exam

Ans: They are eligible for NEET

Q #18 My Date of Birth is 2nd April 2001, will I be eligible for NEET 2018?

Ans: Yes

Q #19 My daughter passed her class 10 from India (CBSE). She is doing her 11th from China. Will she be eligible for NEET

Ans: Yes

Q #20 I have done class 12 last year from mathematics. This year, I am doing the same again with biology as additional subject. Am I eligible for NEET exam?

Ans: Yes

Q #21 I didn’t get good faculty or doubt clearing classes. Please, tell me books which are easy to grasp and good for preparation for NEET

Ans: Check the best books for NEET preparation here. You can also refer online tutors for NEET preparation from Vagupu. Vagupu has some of the best tutors for NEET preparation. Enrol today for a free session.

Q #22 Is there any difference in NCERT books and the new Telugu academy books?

Ans: Refer NCERT books. NEET syllabus is as per NCERT books. I don’t have idea about new Telugu academy books.

Q #23 Can you give some tips for preparation of physics for NEET

Ans: Refer this link



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