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NEET 2019 Exam Dates has been released now. National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is organized by the NTA (National testing Agency) twice in a year by NTA. It is the only national level medical entrance exam. It is organized for providing admission in MBBS, BDS & Ayush courses offered by all Indian Medical colleges. In order to get admission in medical courses in abroad, candidates have to qualify the NEET UG exam. This exam is conducted through pen paper mode. Here we are providing details about NEET 2019 exam including application form, exam date, eligibility, exam pattern, syllabus, etc.

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET 2019) is the main entrance examination in the country for admission to medicine and allied courses. In a first, NEET 2019 will be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) and will be held twice in a year in the month of February and May. NEET has so far been conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Earlier NEET was conducted for admission to only medical and dental courses in India. Since 2018, CBSE has mandated the admission to the medical, dental and AYUSH courses of the country on the basis of NEET only. NEET 2019 is, therefore, likely to follow suit with more than 13 lakh candidates expected to apply. With the introduction of the recent half-yearly scheme by NTA, it is necessary for candidates to start preparing for NEET 2019 well in advance. hereby brings you all there is to know about NEET 2019 including important dates, exam schedule, examination pattern, and preparation strategies in order to gear up the preparation process.

NEET 2019 - Preparation Tips by Experts
 
Candidates aspiring to appear for NEET 2019 can follow these NEET 2019 preparation tips by experts in order to understand the nuances of the examination and the strategies to be developed for preparation accordingly.
Expert Anand Nagarajan says that preparing for NEET along with that of the Class 12 boards will help the preparation of NEET 2019 to get streamlined. According to him, one should be thorough with the theoretical section and then move towards its application. He stresses on the importance of NCERT and encourages aspirants to solve papers from the previous years and to take as many mock tests as possible.
On a similar note, expert RK Verma also suggest that students should divide the topics according to their personal difficulty level and work on them accordingly. He mentions that it is important to start early and also asks candidates to take up test series offered by prominent coaching institutes to achieve the best results.