NEET Coaching Centre in Bangalore

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The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is an entrance examination in India for students held yearly for students who wish to study graduate and postgraduate medical courses (MBBS,MD,MS) and dental courses (BDS,MDS) in government or private medical colleges and dental colleges in India. The students compete to score high marks to get admissions in the best colleges.


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  • In our course you get step by step solution for every question
  • Stop wasting time looking for quality questions. Our team of experts have carefully selected questions covering the syllabus
  • Stop wasting time by revising entire chapters for a few concepts, get access to key formula & detailed study notes

Assess and Re-assess

Repeated Assessment is must for Success

  • With our specially developed, chapter tests, minor tests and full-syllabus mock tests, you can re-assess your level of preparations for your entrance examination confidently.
  • You can assess your existing knowledge and expertise in any chapter. For re-assessing, you get Revision Lists and Bookmark List.

Achieve Perfection in solving MCQs

Key to good score is ability to solve MCQs

  • We prepare a revision list of questions you went wrong and help you in the areas where you might find difficulty.
  • You can quickly revise and refresh all difficult concepts quickly and achieve perfection.

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Using our advanced analytics, you get real time statistics of your preparations

  • Preparation status on any date (real-time)
  • Knowledge Index and Knowledge Gap (Chapter-wise)
  • Day-wise practice monitor


Our Course Contains

Power Packed Notes

  • No need for extra books. We cover all important concepts & notes
  • Cover a chapter in 6 hours instead of spending weeks in reading thick books again & again
  • Compact yet powerful Study notes to fit your learning needs

Fully Solved Question Bank

  • No frustration, no time waste in doubt clearance! Clear doubts at a glance with written step-by-step doubt clearance
  • Select easy, medium or hard difficulty levels to match your existing skills
  • Bookmark tricky questions for last-minute revision

Chapter Test & Minor test

  • Keep assessing your test taking skills with multiple chapter test, each having unique questions
  • Assess your level of preparations & develop time-management skills with Part-Syllabus & Half-Syllabus Tests.
  • Get Instant result and detailed doubt clearance on the questions.

Full-Syllabus Mock Tests

  • Assess how prepared you are for the actual entrance exam with full-syllabus Mock Tests and develop confidence.
  • Test your preparation level in each subject individually with subject level full-syllabus Mock Tests.
  • Save time & gain perfection: Flag wrong questions, near-miss questions & unattempted questions for revision later.


Frequently Asked

Can I appear for NEET exams if I have a year gap between class 11 & 12?

Yes, you can appear for NEET exams with a year gap. The previously set out amendment by the MCI was revoked by Delhi High Court wherein now candidates with a gap of a year can appear for NEET 2020.

I have crossed 25 years of age, can I take up NEET 2020?

Officials have uprooted the rule on the upper age limit, where there is no such cap now. Hence, candidates must meet the lower age limit of 17 years compulsorily however, there is no restriction on the upper age limit. But, all other criteria should be met.

What are the basic eligibility criteria for NEET 2020?

Candidates must ensure they meet the following criteria compulsorily:
Must have attained 17 years of age as on December 31, 2020. If born on December 31st, 2002, that is also considered.
Must have completed class 12 or equivalent exams from a centrally recognized or state board with major subjects being – Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English
Qualifying marks – general category – 50% for SC/ST/OBC, it is 40%
OCIs, PIOs, NRIs, and foreign nationals can apply

I am an open school candidate. Can I apply for NEET 2020?

Candidates passing 10+2 as private candidates or from open school will not be eligible for NEET.

I studied Biology as an additional subject in 10+2, will I be permitted?

No. Candidates who have studied biology as an additional subject shall not be permitted

What is the application fee for NEET 2020?

General category – 1500 rupees
OBC-NCL and General-EWS – 1400 rupees

SC/ST/PWD/transgender – 800 rupees

What is the mode of payment of application fee?

Can be done through online mode, net banking, debit/credit cards, or even UPI through SBI/Syndicate/ICICI/HDFC and even Paytm service providers.

I made online payment, but my confirmation page has not been generated yet

This is due to the bank server connectivity issue. If you face this issue, it is recommended to wait for at least 24 hours. If it is not yet generated, pay the fee once again and take a printout of the confirmation page. Excess amount will be refunded automatically into the same account from where the amount was remitted. Contact the bank if the issue still persists

Can I draw out my NEET application form and hence candidature? Would I get a refund?

Application once submitted can not be drawn out. The application fee is not refundable.

Which fields can be edited in the correction window?

NTA provides the correction window facility once the application form filling concludes. Only some fields can be rectified such as – birthplace, question paper medium, choice of NEET exam cities, address, academic details, parents’ name.

Any changes in the NEET exam pattern for 2020?

Up till now, there has been no intimation on changes in the exam pattern. However, changes will be disclosed with the information brochure of NEET 2020
Topics – Physics, Chemistry, Biology

Number of questions – 180

Maximum marks – 720 marks

Exam medium – 11 languages

Exam mode – offline, pen-paper test

How many questions will appear from each section?

Physics – 45 questions
Chemistry – 45 questions

Biology – 90 questions (Botany and Zoology)

What is the marking scheme for NEET 2020?

4 marks will be allotted for every right response. 1 mark will be deducted for every incorrect response. No marks will be awarded if left unanswered

What documents should I carry?

Along with admit card, one must carry these to the exam centre – passport size photo, one photo affixed onto the attendance sheet, valid Id proof.

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