Due to the covid-19 outbreak, NEET 2020 wasn’t a great success as repetitive postponement of the exam dates affected the aspirant’s mentality towards the entrance. For the students who are going to appear on their boards in 2021, this decision of the education ministry will be a relief. As the institutions were shut for more than 10 months and in some places the duration extended even for a year. Student’s educational curriculum has been deeply affected and this is their chance to excel. Here is a deeper look on health ministry’s decision on NEET examination:
Health Ministry’s decision-
Health ministry has given a green signal for the conduction of NEET 2021 twice this year. As Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhariyal Nishank said that officials from his and the health ministry had interacted recently for the exam being conducted twice with giving students an additional attempt. All the aspirants need to buckle up for this.
A senior official of national health ministry stated “While we felt that a large number of NEET aspirants still may not be ready for appearing in the examination in online mode, there is now a consensus on conducting the test twice this year”.
Making the most of the chance –
With the rigorous preparation the students go through for the exam, conducting the exam twice a year would definitely loose the stress level of students.
Let’s be brutally honest, some students are still hung up in the chaotic mental zone of the past year but, the end of that has already started and they need to get out of that zone as soon as possible.
Following the same format as last year’s JEE, NEET 2021 twice a year will help students to be ranked on the basis of best of two scores if they appear for both sessions. However, the syllabus for the exam will remain the same.
The application form for NEET 2021 is yet to be released. NTA will soon release the dates on the official website. Only the eligible candidates can fill the NEET application form to appear for the entrance exam.
In this short period just before the exams, students need to sharpen their skills by doing test series. From Best Coaching Institute for Medical, NEET Biology Preparation and students who were focused only on boards can also go for crash course though it’s academically late but it’s better late than never.
Aspiring students can join IIB to achieve the goal. Be it only test series or crash course with test series; aspirants can choose to their convenience. Students in Maharashtra (Latur and Nanded) can join offline classes from 15th of March but, there is always the option of distant learning available for the students outside the state.
We have teachers above 20 years of experience in the field who will be helping students by preparing the best possible test series for them and with their valuable tips and tricks to write the exam better.
The recent decision by our education minister is a golden opportunity for all NEET aspirants. Students should buckle up and give their best as this time the chances of getting a seat is very high. With experts by your side and your own hardwork and dedication nothing can come in between you and your goal. All the best!!