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NEET 2023 Eligibility Criteria: Age Limit, Number of Attempts and Qualifying Marks


NEET 2023 Eligibility Criteria: The NEET 2023 qualification requirements are a collection of factors that applicants must meet before applying for the entrance exam. Aspirants are recommended to review the NEET 2023 eligibility criteria prior to the start of NEET 2023 registrations to determine if they are eligible or not.

Provided below are the details for eligibility criteria for NEET 2023:

NEET 2023- Qualification Eligibility



NEET Qualifying Exam

1. Must have a 10+2 or equivalent diploma from a recognised board, with Physics, Biology/Biotechnology, Chemistry, and English as core courses.

2. Aspirers with a Class 12 or equivalent are also eligible to apply for NEET.

NEET Minimum Age Requirement

Applicants must be 17 years old as of December 31, 2022.

Maximum Age Restrictions*

There is no NEET upper age limit restriction until the Supreme Court rules on it.

Qualifying Scores

1. The class 12 percentage that is required for the NEET exam is different for each category and is mentioned below. NEET qualification criteria in class 12 are simply aggregate marks for PCB topics.

- 50% UR

- 40% OBC, SC, or ST.

- 45% PWD

What is the maximum number of attempts for the NEET exam?

The applicants' maximum number of attempts is unrestricted.


Aspirers who are Indian nationals, NRIs, PIOs, OCIs, or Foreign Nationals are eligible to apply.

Also, you need to get a qualifying aggregate in your qualifying exam. The qualifying aggregate for different categories is given below:


Qualifying Aggregate in Qualifying Exam





Physically Disabled - General


Physically Disabled - SC / ST / OBC



NEET 2023 Nationality Criteria:

  • It is important that the aspirant should be a Citizen of India if appearing for the exam.
  • If you are an Overseas Citizen of India (OCI), you can appear in NEET 2023.
  • If you are a Non-Resident Indian (NRI), you are eligible to appear in NEET 2023.
  • Foreign Nationals are allowed to appear in NEET 2023.
  • Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) are eligible.
  • Under the 15% All India quota, medical aspirants from Jammu & Kashmir are eligible to appear in NEET 2023. This criterion applies to seats in AFMC, Pune as well.

NEET 2023 Eligibility – Qualifying Codes

NEET 2023 aspirants need to pick the NEET qualification codes for the qualifying examination when filling out the application form. Details about the NEET 2023 qualification codes is provided below.

Code 01: All those students who will take their Class 12 board exam in 2023 and are awaiting their board results must select this code. However, until the time of admission, such applicants must have completed their class 12 as indicated by the criteria, otherwise, they will be disqualified.

Code 02: applicants must choose this code if they are studying higher/senior secondary examination or the Indian School Certificate Test (ISCE), which is comparable to the Class 12 exam and comes almost after a period of 12 years of proper study.

According to the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), the last two years of this study must include science courses such as physics, chemistry, biology/biotechnology, and mathematics, as well as any other elective disciplines with English as a core subject. applicants who completed Class 12 in the year 2022 or earlier and have not followed any other study after Class 12 must select this code.

Code 03: This code is for applicants who have successfully finished their Intermediate/Pre-degree Examination in Science at an Indian University/Board or other recognised authority, including Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology, and English as obligatory subjects. A practical exam in science disciplines should be included in the course. applicants who have completed a state board's class 12 or equivalent qualifying examination must additionally choose this code.

Code 04: Aspirers who have passed a Pre-professional/Pre-medical Examination after completing either the Higher Secondary Examination or the Pre-University or an equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology, and English must apply using this code. Practical exams in these topics, as well as English as a compulsory subject, will be included in the Pre-professional/Pre-medical examination.

Code 05: Applicants must pick this code if they are studying a three-year degree program at a recognised university with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology/Biotechnology as necessary topics and have passed the first year including practical examinations in these areas. applicants should keep in mind that the qualifying test here must be a University Examination. They must have cleared the previous qualifying examination, which is 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology, and English as a core course.

Code 06: Applicants who have passed the BSc Examination from an Indian university with at least two of the following subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, or Bio-technology must select this code throughout the application process. They must also have passed the previous qualifying test (10+2) with Physics, Chemistry, English, and Biology.

Code 07: Applicants who have passed any other examination that is found to be equivalent to the Intermediate Science Examination of an Indian University/Board in scope and standard (years of 10+2 Study comprising of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology/Biotechnology; which shall include practical test in these subjects) must select this code. aspirers who have passed the qualifying examination in a foreign country must additionally include this code.

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NEET Preparation    


Q1. What is the full form of NEET?
A. The full form of the NEET examination is the 'National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test'. It's a national-level medical entrance test conducted in India for admission to MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BSMS, BUMS, BHMS, and other undergraduate medical courses.

Q2. Do I need to appear for NEET for admission to the MBBS course at AIIMS Delhi?
A. Yes, candidates must appear for the NEET examination and qualify on the merit list to pursue MBBS from AIIMS Delhi. 

Q3. When should I start applying for NEET 2023?
A. The last date to fill the NEET 2023 application forms at - neet.nta.nic.in - is over. The last date was 6th April 2023. 

Q4. When is the NEET 2023 exam being held and where?
 NEET 2023 exam is to be conducted on 07th May 2023. This is an important exam for students aspiring to get into top medical colleges in India for MBBS, BDS or AYUSH courses.

Q5. What is the NEET 2023 eligibility criteria?
A. The NEET 2023 eligibility criteria is mentioned above on the page. Students can refer to the criteria given above or can visit the official NEET website for more details.

Q6. What to do if my payment for the NEET 2023 application form fails?
A. In such a case, candidates can re-register for the same by paying the fees again. The excessive amount paid will be refunded through the same payment mode.

Q7. How do I get to know that my application form for NEET 2023 is rejected?
A. After filling all the required details in the NEET application form 2023 candidates will be redirected to the confirmation page. If candidates are not redirected to the same then it means that the form has been rejected.

Q8. What is the last date to fill the NEET 2023 application form?
A: The last date to fill and submit NEET 2023 Application Form was 06th April 2023. The same date was also the last day to submit NEET 2023 fee. 

Q9. Has NTA increased the NEET 2023 application form fee?
A: Yes. The NTA has increased the NEET 2023 fee. The revised increased fee has been updated on the page above. 

 Q10. What is the syllabus for NEET 2023?
A: The NEET 2023 syllabus will be based on Class 11 and Class 12 syllabi of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Candidates should refer to the official NEET website for the detailed syllabus.

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