National Testing Agency (NTA) will be holding the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Examination (NEET) 2019 today, on May 5, 2019. The exam will be held throughout India, except in Odisha where it has been postponed due to cyclone Fani. The examination will be held from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm, in pen and paper mode, and candidates are to reach the exam centre by 12:00 noon.
All the best, don’t be stressed, do your best, forget the rest!
In an examination, where 15 lakh candidates are appearing, the competition is definitely high. The anxiety and stress of the candidates are understandable. However, don’t be stressed, do your best and forget the rest. The entire team of Aglasem.com wishes you luck and success.
Few Tips Before the exam
Go through previous year question paper and notes once. Those of you, who believe in last minute preparation are advised to go through previous year paper once. The syllabus and the pattern of NEET 2019 are the same as last year. Hence, it is advised that candidates once have a look at the previous year question papers to get a better understanding of the paper. If you prepared notes for the examination, do revise from it as well.
It is very important that you stay calm. The more relaxed you are, the higher are the chances that you will perform better. Studies show hydrated body leads to reducing stress. Stay hydrated throughout the day by drinking and juice. It is also important to ensure that you have slept well because a tired mind does not function to its full potential.
Avoid disturbing elements. To maintain your calm, try avoiding talking to people who demotivate you. Do not listen to those who claim that they have access to question paper and provide you with few chapters which are important. Believe in your preperation and give your best.
Do Carry These Items for NEET 2019
At the exam hall, the candidates will have to show all the needed documents and only then they will be allowed to enter the exam hall. The items required are NEET 2019 Admit Card, one valid photo id proof, one passport size photograph, and PwD certificate. The photograph should be the same as that uploaded in the application form and the valid id proof can be aadhaar card, voter id card, pan card, etc.
NEET 2019 is an offline exam, in which candidates have to attempt 180 questions (45 questions each from Chemistry and Physics section, whereas 90 questions each from Botany and Zoology). The prescribed marking scheme of NEET is +4 marks for every correct response and -1 mark for every incorrect response. Also, negative marking scheme is applicable to those questions against which a candidate has marked more than one answer.
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