NEET 2019 to be conducted on May 5; Check Do’s and Don’ts to follow for MBBS & BDS exam

NEET 2019 to be conducted on May 5; Check Do’s and Don’ts to follow for MBBS & BDS exam
PriyamDave | May 4, 2019 - 7:26 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI; May 5: The National Testing Agency (NTA) is all set to conduct the national level medical entrance examination - NEET. The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is going to be held on May 5, 2019, from 02:00 PM to 05:00 PM. Aspirants will appear for the UG medical exam for admission to around 93,919 MBBS and BDS seats offered by government, private, deemed and central universities. With just a day left for the exam to be conducted,the regulatory body has also released the NEET exam advisory for the registered applicants.

For the convenience of candidates can check the basic do’s and don’ts for NEET 2019. The exam authority has also advised the NEET test takers to follow these regulations, else they will be prohibited to take the test.

Do’s for NEET UG 2019

  • Students must carry the relevant documents including coloured printout of NEET admit card, valid ID proof, two passport size photographs and PWD certificate (if applicable)

  • Candidates should follow the dress code carefully. Being strict for the dresses, NTA has specified some clothes which must be worn on the D-day.

  • Only light color clothes, half-sleeved t-shirt and trousers will be allowed on the exam day. While, only sandals or chappals will only be allowed at the time of exam.

  • Candidates wearing customary dresses must appear for the entrance exam by 12:00 noon for enough time for frisking.

  • The test takers must report at the exam centre as per the time mentioned in the admit card. No entry will be allowed after 1:30 PM.

Don’ts for NEET 2019

  • No stationery items such as pen, paper, geometry box, paper chits, pencil or any related things is not allowed

  • Eatables opened or packed are not allowed. However, Diabetic aspirants can take the eatables (banana, apples etc.), sugar tablets and transparent water bottles in the exam hall.

  • No electronic devices like calculator, pager, microphone, mobiles, earphones and others are not allowed for entrance examination.

  • Ornaments such as rings, earrings, necklace, brooches, flowers, bangles or any other jewellery is allowed to wear for female aspirants.

  • Candidates should not be involved in any kind of unfair means which will violate the rules and regulations of NEET.

NEET exam day guidelines

  • In the last minute, NEET test takers should not panic and have confidence for the hard-work done in the last few years.

  • One day before the exam, candidates must try to talk to with their seniors, guardians, parents and teachers in case of any anxiety or else, to reduce the fear and gain confidence.

  • Try to spend five to ten minutes for meditation in the morning of D-day to stay calm.

  • During the exam, students should first read all the questions mentioned and check which section is the easiest for them.

  • Try to solve the easiest section first within the limited time, so that they can utilise more time for other tricky questions.

  • Do not waste more than few minutes on tricky questions and move forward to solve the remaining ones. Solve such questions after the completion of test, in case of time left.

The students should always remember - ‘A dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.’ Thus, believe in the hard work done.

Though parents/guardians and most importantly students must understand that, ‘The trouble with being in the rat race is that even if you win the race, you will still be a rat.”

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