NEET 2021: Registration, exam date, application form, how to apply and other FAQs answered

NEET 2021 examinations would be conducted by NTA for admission to medical and dental courses across the country. Check updates on FAQs like is NEET 2021 postponed? When would NEET 2021 registration begin? etc.

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, NEET 2021 exam is conducted for undergraduate admissions to medical and dental courses across the country. National Testing Agency, NTA would release the online application form on to begin the registration process. The exam, usually conducted in May or June was postponed due to the pandemic and is scheduled for August 1, 2021. Here are answers for NEET 2021 registration, application form, exam date and other FAQs.

NEET 2021 Registration – Has the registration for NEET 2021 started?

No. The registration process for NEET 2021 has not started as yet. NTA is yet to release the schedule for the examination, registration and application form.

When will NEET 2021 registration start?

No schedule has been released. There were reports that NEET 2021 registration may begin from second or third week of June. Students may please note that there is no official confirmation as yet regarding the same.

Are NEET 2021 application forms out?

No. NTA would release the NEET 2021 application forms soon on the official website or At present, however, there is no update and the application forms have not been released as yet.

When would NEET 2021 be conducted? What is the exam date for NEET 2021?

As per the official notification, NEET 2021 exam is scheduled for August 1, 2021. There is no update regarding any change in the schedule as of now.

Is NEET 2021 postponed?

There is no official notice regarding postponement of NEET 2021. NTA, in its official notification dated March 12, 2021 has announced that NEET 2021 would be conducted on August 1, 2021. Pursuant to the announcement, there have been many developments which include lockdowns and cancellation of board exams across the country. While experts are hinting that there is a high probability that the exam would be cancelled, there is no indication of it otherwise.

What are the documents required for NEET 2021 registration?

Students would require a scanned copy of their photo as well as a scanned copy of their signature to register for NEET 2021 examination. Documentary proof of date of birth, educational qualification is required only at the time of admission to various medical colleges. Students, however, would be required to provide personal information including board of qualification, aadhar card number, etc. to register along with a valid mobile number and email id.

NEET 2021 Syllabus? Is there any change in NEET 2021 syllabus?

NEET 2021 syllabus includes NCERT prescribed syllabus for Classes 11 and 12 for Physics, Chemistry and Biology. There has been no change in the NEET 2021 syllabus. Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, however, had shared that NEET 2021 exam pattern would be modified to include choices. These choices would in turn accommodate the revised syllabus.

How many languages is NEET conducted in?

NEET 2021 would be conducted in 11 languages. This includes English, Hindi and Urdu as well as 8 regional languages of Assamese, Bengali, Marathi, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Odia. The options for the regional languages, however, are available only in the specific states. For example, Marathi as a medium of instruction is only available for exam centres located in Maharashtra.

What is the mode of examination? Would NEET 2021 be conducted online?

NEET 2021 would be a pen and paper based examination. No, the examination would not be conducted in online mode.

How to apply for NEET 2021?

Students interested in appearing for NEET 2021 examination are required to apply online on the official website. Once the registration window opens, students would be required to register and fill the online application form, upload the documents and pay the fees online to complete the process.

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