After students clearing their 12th class, are eligible to give NEET/AIIMS. And enroll themselves in one of the many prestigious medical colleges mapped across the country. Every year the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) leads the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET). NEET is the only way for aspirants, who wish to apply for medical and dental courses: MBBS and BDS. NEET scores are accepted, in colleges all over India. NEET examination is one of the most prestigious exams in India.
Listed below are some of the benefits of NEET:
I. COMMON ENTRANCE TEST
Unlike other courses that accept multiple scores, various MBBS and BDS colleges across the country only accept NEET scores. NEET prevents private colleges from conducting their entrance exam, ensuring everyone gets a fair chance. NEET makes sure only the worthy get to seek admissions for dental and medical courses.
II. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
NEET makes sure aspirants get an equal chance, not only the financially blessed. Irrespective of what marks you have secured in the past NEET ensures that any candidate cracking NEET with good scores becomes liable to seek admission in various government and private medical and dental colleges in India. NEET being a national level exam its scores are accepted anywhere in the country.
III. TRANSPARENCY ASSURED
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test single-handedly prevents multiple scams, forgery, and paper leaks from happening. Unlike other states and independent entrance exams, NEET ensures complete transparency and a fair approach.
IV. ERADICATED SEAT BLOCKING SYSTEM
It happens a lot within the states that have a range of private medical schools. So, as a NEET aspirant, you ought not to worry. To the current common-entrance check for medical education, there’ll be no back workplace corruption. And, no taking of hefty donations to secure seats. To get an admission in a prestigious medical faculty is dependent upon your NEET Score.
V. REDUCED PRESSURE
Fewer entrance tests for admission in various medical and dental colleges will reduce the pressure on the students. Candidates will be able to focus more on the preparation rather than beating their head over which entrance to crack. Ever-since the NEET, the number of questions that are supposed to be solved is changed to 180 from 200 in 3 hours. This way candidates will get more time to think and finish the paper, in-return reducing their anxiety and stress levels.