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During this covid times, all things seem uncertain to occur at their destined period. Same goes with the different common entrance exams and competitive exams. There tentative dates are not certain and can be changed at any point of time.
Recently, National Board of Examination (NBE) announced tentative dates of various medical exams in the press meet. The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) UG is scheduled to be taken on 12th of September 2021 and the NEET PG is scheduled on 11th September,2021. The National Board of Examination (NBE) has scheduled all medical exams between July 2021- March 2022. NEET Super speciality (SS) is dated on 13th and 14th of November, 2021. National Eligibility cum Entrance Test -Master of Dental Surgery (NEET MDS) is dated 19th of December,2021. These dates are the tentative dates and the exams can be rescheduled anytime, NBEMS said. The students must keep a check on the official website so that they are updated with the latest dates and with the upcoming changes and updates. The NBEMS also released the following chart with the tentative dates of various examination in medical field.
NBE OFFICIAL CALENDER 2021- 2022:
|Exam Name||Exam tentative date|
|NEET UG||September 12 2021|
|NEET PG||September 13 2021|
|Foreign Dental Screening (FDS)||December 12 2021|
|NEET MDS 2022||December 19, 2021|
|DNB- PDCET 2021||September 19 2021|
|NEET SS||November 13 and 14 2021|
|NBEMS Recruitment test||September 20,2021|
|Fellowship Entrance Test (FET)||November 20, 2021|
|Diplomate of National board post
Diploma Centralised Entrance Test (DNB PDCET).
|September 19, 2021|
NEET UG 2020 was scheduled on May 4, 2020 and after certain postponements and delays it was finally taken on 13th September,2020 and the result was declared on 14th of October, 2020. Last year too, students, on seeing delay in the exam scheduled decided not to continue their preparation not so seriously and as a result they could not generate the same flow after the announcement of the final date, i.e. 13th September 2020. On an interview one of the candidates said that he had an average score of 670+ when he used to solve the papers at home during the month of May and he also was overconfident that he would have a great exam so he left his preparation from may itself. On announcement of the final dates, he could not continue with the same flow and ended up with a score of 433. This can be taken as an example that no matter when the exams are scheduled, do not quit studying till the end as continuing with the same flow is near to impossible and it can adversely affect your score.
This is a year full of uncertainty but we should believe in one thing, ourselves. No matter what situation pertains, we should always be ready with all the preparations and strategies to overcome the struggle. You can start practicing various strategies to improve your score no matter what exam you are appearing for. This time can be utilised as an opportunity to make our scores better as there is sufficient time to give attention to the topics which we face difficulty in learning or solving.
NBE has announced the tentative dates of various medical exams which are scheduled from July 2021- March 2022. These dates are tentative hence they can be re scheduled at any point of time, looking at the situation.