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NEET and NEET center change 2021:
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is an entrance exam that grants admission into Undergraduate courses like MBBS, BDS, BMS, etc.
This year, the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Undergraduate (NEET-UG) is scheduled to be taken on the 12th of September 2021 where over 12.5 lakh candidates will be appearing for the examination. There are over 3868 centers in 202 cities. Candidates are given their nearest center to appear for the examination looking at the dreadful covid-19 situation.
The aspirants of Maharashtra have claimed that many of them have been given centers that are more than 150 kilometers far from their homes which will further make traveling hard for them in this covid scenario. A student of Akola district said that ” I have preferred Akola center as my first preference and Amravati Centre as the second. Amravati is 150 kilometers far from my place of residence. All my friends appearing for NEET this year have been given the Akola center and I have been given the center of Amravati which would further make traveling to the center difficult in this situation, said Mohammad Junaid Siddique.
NTA on change of centres:
The National Testing Agency (NTA) is the governing body of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test. It is designed to conduct entrance exams for admissions in the higher education section. The NTA released that if someone is not happy with the center given, he/she can write to the NTA, and then we shall further look for the solution and give them their preferred center. We already have allowed candidates to choose their centers according to their convenience, but since the centers might have turned full and thus their center had to be shifted to some nearby centers. If still the same issue persists with the given center, the respective candidate can surely write to us and we will surely revert on this, the NTA said.
Important points to be followed on or before appearing for the examination:
- The Admit Cards for NEET 2021 will be issued on September 9, 2021. The issued admit card must be properly printed and hence carried along in the exam as it is necessary to have a admit card while appearing for the examination.
- NEET candidates were given an opportunity to correct their details that were filled in the application form from 11th August to 14th Of August. The applicants were allowed to pay the fee from the 13th to the 15th of August.
- The NTA has announced the allotted centers to candidates on 20 August. Centers have only be appointed on the basis of the preferred city.
- As the count of days left for the examination is decreasing, you should not buckle up and start thorough preparation of what you have studied so far. Try avoiding complete new topics in the last days to avoid losing your confidence. Try to study those topics which you know that you have a little doubt about. Study the complete new topics through short notes or sharp videos to have a rough idea of the content.
- Practice as much practice/sample papers as you can. Practicing will give you an idea of the questions likely to appear and also improve your solving speed which would come out to be very beneficial during your exam.
Bonus tip: Don’t lose your confidence when you are not able to solve, sit back, relax, take a deep breath and get back again. You are the best you know the best and you can prove yourself the best.
This is an entrance exam and it will grant you admission to a college, give your best and get the best. All the best.