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NEET Mock Test Series 2021: Take Free NEET Online Test Series & Check Last-Minute Preparation Tips

-By Tanushree

 

The NEET exam is the key to unlock the doors of the best of medical institutes in the country. But, with the competition increasing year on year, just preparing for the exam is not enough. It is important to test your knowledge and time management skills in a real-time exam like environment and against the rest of your competition. Through this article we will guide you on the best free online mock tests for NEET that are available for you and also give last minute tips to ace the exam.

 

About the NEET exam

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (Undergraduate) or NEET (UG), earlier known as the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT), is an entrance test for admission into MBBS, BDS, AYUSH and various other undergraduate medical courses in recognized medical, dental and other colleges in India. It is the gateway to enter into prestigious institutes like AIIMS, JIPMER and other similar medical institutes in India.

Like the previous two years, NEET (UG) 2021 will be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA). It will be a pen and paper based exam. The exam will be 3 hours long and will have 180 MCQ questions from Physics, Chemistry and Biology, based on the prescribed syllabus. It is expected that the exam will be held on 02 May 2021 i.e. Sunday of the first week of May 2021

 

Why are NEET mock tests important?

Nowadays, numerous coaching institutes have their own online test series that students can join to test their level of preparation. These NEET online test series give students the option to attempt the test even from their home and get a comprehensive analysis of their performance post each test. Few of the reasons why you must join a NEET mock test are listed as below:

  • They are an excellent way to test your preparation and analyse areas where you are strong and areas where you need to work harder.
  • Mock tests are not just for the entire syllabus. There are topic wise mock tests too. Hence, you can check your conceptual clarity in specific topics also.
  • Mock tests are very helpful in improving time management skills by providing a real exam like environment.
  • By giving regular mock tests your confidence is bound to increase and you will be better prepared mentally when attempting the real exam.
  • The online mock tests can be attempted even from your home which will save your travelling time. The only thing you need to keep in mind is to attempt the tests with utmost honesty so as to get a real analysis of your understanding and knowledge.

Apart from the online NEET mock tests available for students, NTA too has released a couple of mock tests that students can practice from. Here are the steps to get access to official NEET mock tests of NTA:

  1. First of all, login to the official NTA site
  2. On the site you will find a link for mock tests. Click on that link.
  3. You will get a list of exams that are conducted by NTA. Select NEET from that list.
  4. Select the subject i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Biology
  5. Click on Start Mock Test

 

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How to attempt a NEET mock test effectively

 

  • The actual NEET exam is conducted in offline or pen and paper based mode. Hence, when attempting an online NEET mock test, it becomes very crucial to create an exam like environment while you are attempting the test.
  • Give the exam at a place where there is absolute silence and no external disturbance
  • The real exam is pen and paper based and you will be required to mark your answers in an OMR sheet. When giving offline mock tests try to do this at home too so that you become familiar with the OMR sheet. You can purchase it from any stationary near you. In case of online mock tests, you can mark the answers on the screen itself.
  • Time is very crucial for any exam. It is important to devote equal time to all the three sections i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
  • For an online mock test results are submitted automatically. But, for an offline mock test you need to make sure that you have marked the correct answer in the OMR sheet before the exam ends.
  • In online mock tests there is an option to mark questions for review. You can do this if you are not sure about the answer to the question and can revisit the question once you are done attempting the other questions.

 

Tips to prepare for the NEET exam

  • Know the Exam Pattern very well
  • There are a total of 180 questions in NEET that are divided into three sections of Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
  • The highest weightage is of Biology section which has 90 questions. Physics and Chemistry have 45 questions each. Total marks are 720. Biology is of 360 marks and Chemistry and Physics each are of 180 marks.
  • For every correct answer there are 4 marks awarded. Every wrong answer earns -1 mark.
  • A target score of 650 or above will help you get a comfortable rank that can ensure you admission in top medical colleges and medical courses in India
  • Once you have understood the exam pattern well and have gone through the syllabus for the exam, you should try to identify your strong subject and topics.
  • Keep working on your strong areas but devote more time initially to perfect your weak areas and topics.
  • Make a priority wise list of topics on the basis of their weightage given in the syllabus. Try to finish studying the topics in order of their priority i.e. finish topics having more weightage in the exam first. Start with Biology and then move on to Physics and Chemistry.

 

 

  • Begin Studying
  • Getting a good score of 650+ will require a lot of devotion from your side. You will need to devote at least 10-12 hours per day towards your studies.
  • Understanding the exam pattern and syllabus is just the stepping stone. The real journey starts when you start to study.
  • Since Biology has half of the total weightage, begin with that. Choose another subject out of Physics and Chemistry according to your analysis of which one of these you are stronger in. start with topics you are good at and that have higher weightage.
  • Begin your preparation with reading NCERTs thoroughly. Mark and highlight important points in them. When you have gone through them, you can move on to additional reading material and reference books.
  • Make notes of Biology from all these NCERTs and books . Try to use coloured pens while taking notes and making diagrams. This way it will be easier to memorize diagrams visually and revise quickly later. This also makes revision less monotonous and boring. Diagrams are very important for NEET
  • Physics requires you to practice as many questions as you can. The best way to remember formulas is by practicing questions based on them. Making a formula sheet of all the important laws and formulas in Physics can help you with quick revision when NEET Exam is near
  • For chemistry again you will need to remember equations and formulas and practice as many questions as you can. Making a formula sheet here too will help you with quick revision later.

 

  • Practice, Practice, Practice
  • It goes without saying that when it comes to clearing competitive exams, or any exam for that matter, there is no substitute to practice.
  • When you practice questions, you begin to understand the gaps in your understanding
  • But, practicing without any time limit will not be very beneficial to you. Time your tests and see how you perform within the constraint of time
  • Keep a separate notebook was you note down all the questions that you did wrong or were not able to attempt. Analysing the tests is even more important than just giving the tests.
  • Initially, start with chapter wise tests. When you complete a subject, attempt a subject wise test. When you have gone through the entire syllabus at least once and have attempted sufficient questions in each topic, then start taking full length tests.
  • The best question bank you can get is the previous year question papers. Practice them thoroughly.

 

  • Revise
  • The immense hard work that you will put during your preparation will be of no use if you don’t revise.
  • Make a revision schedule for yourself detailing the date and topic to be revised each day.
  • Make sure that you have started your revision at least 3-4 months before the NEET exam. To cover the huge syllabus in revision will be a lengthy task and will require time. Hence, don’t keep revision for the last moment.

 

  • Preparing during the times of Covid 19- Things to keep in mind
  • It can be stressful to prepare at home during this time. But, use this as an opportunity. Use the online resources available and join a good test series available online.
  • Try to keep calm and stay focussed. Practice meditation and do light exercise to relieve stress.
  • Talk to your friend. Ask them how they are doing and discuss about their preparation strategy. This will give you a break from your monotonous routine and also help you understand how others are adapting to the situation.
  • Maintain a healthy diet. Try to avoid junk food and eat fresh fruits. Small snacks at regular intervals of time boost overall cognitive function and help you focus better.
  • Don’t forget to hydrate. Drink lots of water at regular intervals.
  • Try to include Iron and vitamin B rich food into your diet. This will help boost brain power.
  • It’s very important to get a good sleep. Get 6-7 hours of sleep on an everyday basis. Lack of sleep affects memory, focus and overall wellbeing.
  • Make the most of your online classes. Ask doubts freely as you are sitting in the comfort of your home and participate in the class discussion
  • Take notes of whatever is being taught in the class for a quick revision later.
  • Don’t forget to stretch. It is advisable to take a break after a 2 to 3 hour sitting.
  • Last but not the least, keep practicing consistently during this time. This is your time to turn difficulty into opportunity. Make the most of it.

 

Last minute preparation tips for the NEET exam

 

  • Going through the syllabus is only half the work. The key to scoring good marks is effective revision. Once you have completed your course for the exam, it is important to chalk out a detailed revision schedule to revise for the exam.

Also, this is not the time to start new topics. It is suggested that you do multiple revisions of topics that you have already completed.

  • As much as it is important to work hard, it is equally important to relax. It is suggested that after every 1 hour slot of focussed studying, you take a break for 5 – 10 minutes. This will refresh your mind and you can focus better and retain things in a more effective manner.
  • Another important aspect that you need to take care of is your health, both physical and mental health. Include healthy and balanced food in your diet and try to exercise daily, even if for 15 minutes.

Ignoring your health and not eating properly might reduce your energy level and power to concentrate properly. Thus, you may end up feeling sleepy on the day of the exam.

  • Practice and analyse NEET mock tests and previous years questions daily. Practicing questions will help you revise effectively, improve your time management skills and boost your confidence.

Select any one or two of NEET free online test series and practice the entire set. Analyse your mistakes and note them down in a separate notebook. Keep revising the notebook so that you don’t make the same mistakes in the exam.

 

  • Keep a formula sheet of each subject ready with you. In the last few days, keep revising the formula sheet. Since a lot of questions in the NEET exam are directly based on the formulae, doing this will help save immense amount of time in the exam and will also improve your NEET score and ranking.
  • As was suggested before, diagrams help a lot in remembering long and complex information. Practice the diagrams that you have prepared while making your notes initially multiple times. This will help you easily recollect information while attempting questions in the exam.
  • The last few days are very stressful for any candidate. It is thus very difficult to remember any new information during this time. Hence, avoid starting any new topic as it will put you under stress and confuse you and you might not be able to devote time effectively to the revision of topics that you had practiced before.
  • Work on areas which are your strength during the last few days. These areas will help you improve your score as you must have practiced them a lot and will help you feel confident during the exam.
  • Before entering a exam hall, try and have no doubts or confusion left in your mind. Clear all your doubts and queries beforehand from your teachers and friends. You can also refer to free online video lectures to clear your doubts.
  • Work on improving your accuracy and your speed. There are 180 questions in the NEET exam and you will need to answer the maximum questions correctly in order to get a good rank and score. Thus speed matters.

Also work on your accuracy. Each question answered incorrectly will get you a -1 which will bring down your score. Thus, try and get your concepts clear so that you do not get negative marking.

 

Now that we know how to prepare and last minute tips for the exam, let us see what things you need to keep in mind on the day of the exam.

 

D-Day Tips for NEET exam

 

  • Wake up early on the day of the exam. Waking up early will help you feel fresh during the exam and help you attempt it with a clear mind.
  • Remember to keep all the important documents and stationary with you before you leave your home for the exam centre. Keep the following documents ready with you one night before the exam:
  1. 1 postcard size photograph that would be affixed on the Performa
  2. 1 passport sized photograph that would be affixed on the attendance sheet.
  • Admit card of NEET 2021 with a photo affixed on it.
  1. Proof of identity( Aadhar, Driving licence, PAN card, passport etc)

 

The NTA also specifies a list of items that are prohibited in the exam hall. Here is the list:

  1. Electronic or communication devices- mobile phones, earphones, microphones, Bluetooth, pagers etc
  2. Ornaments- rings, Nose-pin, Earrings Chain/Necklace, Pendants, Bracelet, Badge, Brooch etc.
  • Stationery Items - bits of papers, Textual material (printed or written, plastic pouch), geometry/pencil box, calculator, writing pad, pen, scale, pen drives, eraser, calculator, log table, electronic pen/scanner etc.
  1. Watches - Watch/wrist watch, camera, etc.
  2. Other items - goggles, handbags, wallet, hair pin, hair band, belt, cap, scarf, amulets, eatable (opened or packed) etc. And, any metallic items that can be used for unfair means or for  hiding communication devices like mobile, earphones, microphones, Bluetooth device, camera etc.

 

  • It is very important to remember that exams are all about strategy. Hence when you attempt the exam, play to your strengths. Attempt sections that are your strengths and then move on to the ones that you find tougher.

 

  • Exam papers have mixed difficulty level questions. It is important to choose the right questions to attempt first. In case you get stuck on a difficult question, do not waste much time. Leave it and move on to the next question. When you are done attempting all the questions, come back to revisit the questions that you had not attempted before.

 

  • If you are finished attempting all the questions and are left with time, you can recheck all the answers once more to find out any mistakes that you might have made.

 

  • Finally, it is very important to keep calm and relaxed during the exam. If you get stuck at a question, don’t panic. Chances are others must be finding it tough too. Have confidence in your preparation.

Now that you know all about NEET mock tests and last minute preparation tips, here are a few important details about the NEET exam for your quick reference:

 

Pattern of NEET exam

 

Exam duration

3 hours

Mode of exam

Offline or pen and paper based

Total number of questions

180

Total number of marks

720

Questions per section

Physics- 45

Chemistry – 45

Biology-90 ( Zoology- 45 & Botany-45)

 

Question Type

Multiple Choice Question ( MCQ)

Exam Medium/Language

English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Oriya, Kannada, and Urdu

Marking Scheme

Correct answer - +4

Incorrect answer- -1

Not attempted – 0

 

 

 

Syllabus for NEET exam

 

PHYSICS

CHEMISTRY

BIOLOGY

         Class 11

▪        Physical-world and measurement

▪        Kinematics

▪        Laws of Motion

▪        Work, Energy and Power

▪        Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body

▪        Gravitation

▪        Properties of Bulk Matter

▪        Thermodynamics

▪        Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory

▪        Oscillations and Waves

 

 

Class 11

▪        Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry

▪        Structure of Atom

▪        Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties

▪        Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure

▪        States of Matter: Gases and Liquids

▪        Thermodynamics

▪        Equilibrium

▪        Redox Reactions

▪        Hydrogen

▪        s-Block Element (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals)

▪        Some p-Block Elements

▪        Organic Chemistry- Some Basic Principles and Techniques

▪        Hydrocarbons

▪        Environmental Chemistry

 

Class 11

▪        Diversity in Living World

▪        Structural Organisation in Animals and Plants

▪        Cell Structure and Function

▪        Plant Physiology

▪        Human physiology

 

     Class 12

▪        Electrostatics

▪        Current Electricity

▪        Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism

▪        Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents

▪        Electromagnetic Waves

▪        Optics

▪        Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation

▪        Atoms and Nuclei

▪        Electronic Devices

 

 

      Class 12

▪        Solid State

▪        Solutions

▪        Electrochemistry

▪        Chemical Kinetics

▪        Surface Chemistry

▪        General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements

▪        p- Block Elements

▪        d and f Block Elements

▪        Coordination Compounds

▪        Haloalkanes and Haloarenes

▪        Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers

▪        Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids

▪        Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen

▪        Biomolecules

▪        Polymers

▪        Chemistry in Everyday Life

 

Class 12

▪        Reproduction

▪        Genetics and Evolution

▪        Biology and Human Welfare

▪        Biotechnology and Its Applications

▪        Ecology and environment 

 

 

Weightage breakup and number of questions asked per topic in previous years

 

Topic 
( Organic Chemistry)

Avg questions asked per year

Weightage

Hydrocarbons

2

4%

General Organic Chemistry

2

5%

Alkyl Halide, Alcohol & Ether

2

4%

Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids

2

3%

Halo alkane

1

2%

Polymer

1

2%

Carbonyl Compounds

2

4%

Aromatic Compounds

3

6%

Biomolecules

2

4%

Environmental chemistry

1

2%

Organic Compounds containing nitrogen

2

3%

Practical Organic Chemistry

1

2%

Chemistry in Everyday Life

2

3%

IUPAC & Isomerism

2

4%

 

Topic 
( Inorganic Chemistry)

Avg questions asked per year

Weightage

Chemical Bonding

4

9%

Periodic Table & Periodicity in Properties

2

4%

s-block

1

3%

p-block

3

7%

Qualitative Analysis

1

2%

Hydrogen

1

2%

Metallurgy

1

2%

Coordination Compounds

3

6%

d-block & f-block Elements

2

4%

 

Topic 
(Physical Chemistry)

Avg questions asked per year

Weightage

Mole Concept

2

5%

Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry

1

3%

Ionic Equilibrium

2

4%

Gaseous State

1

3%

Chemical Equilibrium

1

3%

Redox Reactions

1

2%

Atomic Structure & Nuclear Chemistry

1

3%

Solution & Colligative Properties

2

4%

Surface Chemistry

1

2%

Solid State

1

3%

Chemical Kinetics

2

4%

Electrochemistry

1

3%

 

Topic 
(Biology-Zoology)

Avg questions asked per year

Weightage

Human Health & Diseases

3

9%

Origin & Evolution

3

10%

Animal husbandry

1

3%

Human Physiology

13

45%

Human Reproduction & Reproductive Health

5

18%

Animal Diversity

3

10%

Animal Tissue

1

3%

Structural Organisation in animals

1

2%

 

Topic 
(Biology-Botany)

Avg questions asked per year

Weightage

Genetics & Biotechnology

15

24%

Biology in Human Welfare

1

2%

Ecology

10

16%

Plant Morphology

4

7%

Plant Diversity

7

12%

Plant Anatomy

2

4%

Plant Physiology

8

13%

Cell Biology & Cell Division

6

10%

Bio-molecule

2

3%

Plant Reproduction

5

9%

 

Topic 
(Physics)

Avg questions asked per year

Weightage

Dual Nature of Radiation & Matter

2

4%

Semiconductor Electronics

3

6%

Wave optics

2

4%

Atoms & Nuclei

2

5%

Ray Optics & Optical Instrument

3

5%

Alternating Current

1

3%

Current Electricity

3

6%

Electromagnetic Induction

1

2%

Electrostatic Potential & Capacitance

1

2%

Electrostatics

1

3%

Thermodynamics

3

7%

Electric Charge & Field

1

2%

Magnetic Effect of Current & Magnetism

3

6%

Properties of Bulk Matter

1

3%

Work, Energy and power

2

4%

Thermal Properties of Matter

1

2%

Kinetic Theory of Gases

1

2%

Oscillations

1

3%

Units and Measurement

1

2%

Rotational motion

1

1%

Gravitation

2

3%

Mechanics of Solids & Fluids

2

3%

Laws of Motion

3

7%

System of Particle and  Rigid Body

3

7%

Centre of Mass

1

1%

Waves

2

4%

Kinematics

1

2%

 

NTA NEET cutoff marks

 

The cut-off marks for NEET 2021 will be released at the time of declaration of results. Till such time aspirants can refer to previous year’s cut-off marks to get an idea of the cut-offs.

Category

Percentile for qualifying

Cut-off marks for 2020

General/UR

50th

147

General with disability

45th

129

SC/ST/OBC

40th

113

SC/ST/OBC with disability

40th

113

 

Important reference material for NEET

 

Biology

Physics

Chemistry

Biology Volume 1 and Volume 2 by Trueman

Concepts of Physics by H. C. Verma

ABC of Chemistry for Classes 11 and 12 by Modern

Objective Botany by Ansari

Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick, and Walker

Dinesh Chemistry Guide

Pradeep Guide on Biology

Objective Physics by DC Pandey

Concise Inorganic Chemistry by JD Lee

Objective Biology by Dinesh

 

Problems in General Physics by IE Irodov

Practise books by VK Jaiswal (Inorganic), MS Chauhan (Organic) and N Awasthi (Physical)

GRB Bathla publications for Biology

Fundamental Physics by Pradeep

 

 

 

Important dates of NEET exam 2021

 

Event

Dates

Tentative release of Application forms

1st week of December 2020

Tentative Last date to fill the form and register

1st week of January 2021

Release of admit cards

2nd week of April 2021

Tentative date of exam

1st week of May 2021

Tentative result announcement

1st week of June 2021

 

Details of Application form for NEET

 

  • The application process will be started by NTA
  • The application forms can be filled only in the online mode. No separate offline forms will be available
  • The forms will tentatively be available from the first week of December 2020
  • Forms will be open till first week of January 2021 for filling
  • Payment can be done through Credit/Debit cards, E-wallets, Net Banking or via challan.
  • Admit cards will be released tentatively by second week of April
  • The exam will bw held in the first week of May

 

Eligibility criteria for NEET

 

To be eligible for the exam, a student must have to meet certain minimum requirements of qualification, age, qualifying marks, number of attempts and nationality, and fill the forms in the specified time window. They need to have at least 50% marks in qualifying examination if they are from unreserved category and 40% marks if they are from reserved category. They should be an Indian national, NRI, PIO, OCI or they can be a foreign national but they should turning 17 on or before the last day of 2021. The NEET eligibility criteria have been listed below for your convenience:

 

Parameters

Requirements

Qualifying exam

A candidate must have passed class 12th board examination from a recognized board with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English as the main subjects. Candidates appearing in the board exam in 2021 are also eligible to apply but they have to submit the necessary documentary evidence of passing at the time of counselling.

Qualifying marks

Only the aggregate marks of PCB, obtained in class 12th will be considered for this purpose. The qualifying marks differ with categories as follows:

●      UR-50%

●      OBC/SC/ST-40%

●      PWD-45%

Minimum age limit

The candidate must have completed 17 years of age at the time of admission or should be completing that age  as on 31 December 2021

Maximum age limit

The maximum age limit will be decided after the Supreme court passes its judgement on it. Till that time there is no age limit.

Maximum attempts

There are no restrictions on the maximum number of attempts

Nationality

The following are eligible to apply:

●      Indian Nationals

●      NRIs

●      PIOs

●      OCIs

●      Foreign Nationals

 

Note: Candidates should go through the NEET UG eligibility criteria beforehand in order to avoid any last minute confusion while filling the form.

 

Reservation criteria

The government of India has constitutionally guaranteed reservation in seats to educational institutes for socially backward classes. Here are the details about the categories and their respective share in reservation of seats: 

Category

% of reservation in seats

OBC (Other Backward Caste)

27%

Scheduled Caste (SC)

15%

Scheduled Tribe

7.5%

Physically Handicapped (PH)

3%

 

Top Colleges in India giving admission through NEET

 

NIRF Ranking 2020

State/UT

Name of College/Institute

1

Delhi

All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi

2

Chandigarh

Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh

3

Tamil Nadu

Christian Medical College, Vellore

4

Karnataka

National Institute of Mental Health & Neuro Sciences, Bangalore

5

Uttar Pradesh

Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow

6

Uttar Pradesh

Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi

7

Kerala

Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Kochi

8

Pondicherry

Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education & Research (JIPMER), Puducherry

9

Karnataka

Kasturba Medical College, Manipal

10

Uttar Pradesh

King George’s Medical University, Lucknow

11

Delhi

Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences, New Delhi

12

Tamil Nadu

Madras Medical College and Government General Hospital, Chennai

13

Tamil Nadu

Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education And Research, Chennai

14

Karnataka

St. John's Medical College, Bengaluru

15

Uttar Pradesh

Aligarh Muslim University

16

Delhi

Vardhman Mahavir Medical College and Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi

17

Delhi

Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi

18

Punjab

Christian Medical College, Ludhiana

19

Delhi

University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi

20

Karnataka

JSS Medical College, Mysore

21

Karnataka

Kasturba Medical College, Mangaluru

22

Delhi

Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi

23

Odisha

 

Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan, Bhubaneswar

 

24

Maharashtra

Dr. D. Y. Patil Vidyapeeth, Pune

25

Chandigarh

Govt. Medical College and Hospital, Chandigarh

26

Punjab

Dayanand Medical College, Ludhiana

27

Rajasthan

Sawai Man Singh Medical College, Jaipur

28

Tamil Nadu

PSG Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Coimbatore

29

Maharashtra

Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences, Wardha

30

Karnataka

 

M. S. Ramaiah Medical College, Bengaluru

 

31

Tamil Nadu

S. R. M. Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai

32

Odisha

Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, Bhubaneswar

33

Haryana

Maharishi Markandeshwar, Ambala

34

Tamil Nadu

Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences, Chennai

35

Tamil Nadu

Annamalai University, Annamalainagar

36

Karnataka

K. S. Hegde Medical Academy, Mangaluru

37

Maharashtra

Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences, Karad

38

Andhra Pradesh

Sri Venkateswara Institute of Medical Sciences, Tirupati

39

Manipur

Regional Institute of Medical Sciences, Imphal West

40

Pondicherry

Mahatma Gandhi Medical College and Research Institute, Puducherry

 

 

FAQs related to NEET mock tests

 

Q1 When should I start giving NEET mock tests?

A1 Ideally, you should cover the entire syllabus at least once before giving a full syllabus NEET mock test. Read the NCERTs and additional books for Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Next comes solving the questions that are given at the end of each chapter. Once you are done with this, you can start giving full syllabus NEET mock tests.

Mock tests are also available for each chapter. These can be taken once you are finished reading and practicing questions of that chapter.

 

Q2 How do online mock tests for NEET improve my NTA score?

A2 The NTA conducts the NEET exam in offline mode. But in recent times there have been talks to make the exam go online. Either way a mock test will help you test your knowledge and clarity of concepts. Seriously attempting mock tests will help you get familiar with real exam like conditions and time constraint.

About 3 to 4 months before the exam date, you should have finished your revision and should only be giving and analysing mock tests. NEET mock tests are also a great way for continuous revision of the syllabus before the exam.

 

Q3 Is it possible to take more than one NEET online test series?

A3 Yes of course. Today there are multiple online mock tests for NEET that you can choose from. Hence, it might become a little confusing for you to figure out which mock test is the best for you.

Our suggestion is to look for the test series that has best ratings and is commonly recommended by your peers and teachers. Also, look for a test series that has maximum number of takers as it will help you gauge your performance against a wider range of students and give you a clearer idea about how you stand against them.

 

Q4 How can I choose the best online NEET mock test series?

A4 You can choose the test series from the same site from which you are preparing online for the NEET exam. This will help you time your preparation with the mock test schedule very effectively.

The other way is to look for the best ratings and reviews while selecting the online mock tests for NEET. Try to select mock tests that have a good mix of questions based on previous years NEET exams and new kinds of questions.

 

All the best for your exam. We are sure you will come out with flying colours!

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