NEET was firstly organized by the Central Board of Secondary Education in the year 2013 but declared illegitimate and unconstitutional by SC. However, this year it is going to be reintroduced by the authority as a single entrance test for aspirants seeking admission into MBBS and BDS programme- Says Supreme Court. The first phase of NEET (AIPMT) has already conducted on 1st May, 2016 and its second phase is expected to be held on 24th July, 2016.
Thus, students must be aware with list of state and private medical entrance tests which have been scrapped from this year. NEET is an additional opportunity for aspirants who failed to apply for AIPMT. However, candidates who appeared in AIPMT can re-appear in NEET; in such case they will be give up their candidature for AIPMT.
NEET 2016- A Small Overview
NEET 2016 is conducting this year in its two phases i.e. Phase 1 (AIPMT) and Phase 2 respectively. CBSE will declare joint result for both the tests on 17th August, 2016. So, candidates have very less time to prepare for the exam at its expected level. Candidates should go with a structured and bold plan if they really want to crack this test. I recommend candidates to follow “Expert Tips to Prepare for NEET Phase 2 in Two Months” as it will be helpful while making a strong plan for the test.
List of Exams Replaced by NEET
Coming to the major concern of this article, I’m signifying below the list of entrance tests which have been replaced by the National Eligibility-Cum-Entrance Test from this year onward: