National Level Entrance Examination NEET 2019, which decides the fate of millions of students wishing to become a doctor, will be held on May 5, 2019. Before the two days of the examination, it is time for students to revive important topics.
Meanwhile, the NTA has informed today that exam centers of 19 states have been altered or transferred. NTA has issued new admission cards for those candidates whose test centers have been changed. The NEET exam will be a pen-paper based examination and will be of 3 hours. There will be a total of 180 questions, out of which 45 will be from Zoology and Botany, and 45 will be of physics and chemistry.
Prior to the NEET exam, the National Testing Agency changed the examination centers of many cities on the basis of the forthcoming general elections. A list of changed examination centers is available on the official website. In addition to the website, NTA has also informed the concerned students through email, SMS and voice messages. Since the examination centers have been changed, the NTA has issued new admittance cards.
NEET test centers have either been fixed or have been replaced in the following states:
Jammu and Kashmir
Students who have their examination centers in any of the above-mentioned states should check whether their examination center has been changed and can download they are newly issued admit card for the NEET UG exam.
“Candidates are also advised that they should now be familiar with the place of the new examination center allocated so that they do not face any difficulty in reaching the new allotted examination center,” the NTA notification said.
The new entrance letters are available on the official website for NEET UG 2019. The date of the examination is unchangeable. Read more posts…