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NEET UG 2023 Exam: Check all Latest Updates on NTA NEET Exam


NEET 2023: The National Testing Agency, (NTA) is the organising body for NEET and it is instrumental in conducting NEET smoothly and fairly every year. The body is responsible for everything related to NEET, right from announcing dates to issuing admit cards and assessing the answer sheets. 

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NEET 2023 Participating Institutions, Reservation and Seats Availability

Once the NEET results are declared, every candidate is given an All India Rank (AIR). The counselling process then begins in which medical and dental undergraduate seats are allotted to candidates based on merit and their choice.

The Medical Council of India conducts NEET counselling for 15% of central institutes, state seats, and deemed universities. Respective state medical boards do the counselling for the rest 85% of the seats. In addition, each state prepares its merit list based on NEET-UG results itself. 

NEET 2023 Exam Dates

It is very important to keep a close eye on NEET 2023 important dates. We have compiled a list of the most important NEET 2023 dates you need to remember. Details are given below:


Tentative Date

NEET UG 2023 Exam Date

07th May, 2023 

Last date to fill NEET online form

06th April, 2023

Last date to submit registration fees

06th April, 2023

Correction Window

08th April, 2023

Admit Card Release Date

15th April, 2023

NEET 2023 Result Date

To be notified

Processing of Seat Allotment

To be notified

NEET 2023 Exam Pattern

The NEET exam pattern has remained consistent with a few updates over the years. You can find the NEET exam pattern provided below for reference. If there are any latest updates and changes in the NEET 2023 exam pattern here, it will be updated here:

Exam Name

NEET - National Eligibility cum Entrance Test

Conducting Authority

National Testing Agency (NTA)

Exam Mode

Offline Mode (Pen & Paper Mode)

Tentative No. of Applicants


Duration of Exam

3 hours & 20 minutes or 200 minutes

Seats Offered

Admission of approximately 1.3 lakh MBBS and BDS seats under 15% All India Quota and 85% State quota

Courses Offered

MBBS, BDS, AYUSH, and other related Courses

Number of Questions

200 Multiple Choice Questions (20 optional)

Type of Questions

Objective-type questions 4 answer options for each question Only 1 option is correct


Physics, Chemistry, and Biology (Botany + Zoology)

Number of Questions from each Subject

Physics: 45 questions Chemistry: 45 questions Biology (Botany + Zoology): 90 questions


NEET question paper will be available in 13 languages – English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu.

Marking Scheme

For each correct answer, 4 marks are awarded

Negative Marking

1 mark is deducted for every wrong answer

Number of Attempts


NEET 2023 Eligibility Criteria

The foremost thing you need to do as a NEET 2023 aspirant is to ensure that you fulfill the NEET 2023 eligibility criteria. You need to take care of many aspects - academic qualifications, nationality, and age. There are also many relaxations available for certain categories, so you may want to check if you fall under those categories as well. Here is a brief overview of the NEET 2023 age criteria:

  • You should be at least 17 years of age on 31st December of the year of admission.
  • The age limit is the same for all categories of NEET 2023 candidates.
  • There is no limit on the upper age for appearing in NEET 2023.

NEET 2023: Expected Changes in the Exam Pattern

  • Candidates will not need to present their Aadhar card to fill out the NEET 2023 application form. They can do so with any valid ID proof.
  • Students will be able to appear for the NEET 2023 exam in any of the two languages they prefer, in addition to the standard English language.
  • NEET 2023 scores will also be considered for admission to BSc Nursing courses.
  • Students from State Open Schools, NIOS, or private institutions will not be considered eligible to sit for the NEET 2023 exam.
  • Telangana and Andhra Pradesh will also be a part of the 15% All India Quota scheme.

NEET 2023 Application Fee

Here’s the NEET 2023 fee structure for different categories:


Fee Amount


Rs. 1700/- 

General-EWS / OBC-NCL

Rs. 1600/-

SC /ST / PwBD / Third Gender

Rs. 1000/-

Outside India

Rs. 9500/-

Besides this, GST and processing charges are levied on the application fee.

NEET 2023 Admit Card

As per the process, candidates are first issued a provisional NEET 2023 admit card. It will only be considered valid if all the eligibility criteria are met. As per the latest update, NEET 2023 Admit card will be released one or two weeks before the exam. Here are the details that are mentioned on the admit card:

1. Candidate’s name
2. Father’s name
3. Roll number
4. Category
5. Date of examination
6. Exam centre venue
7. Reporting time
8. Exam Duration
9. Photograph

As soon as you download the NEET admit card, make sure that all these details are correct. In case of any discrepancy, you should contact NEET 2023 helpline immediately.

On the day of the exam, you need to present your NEET 2023 admit card to the exam coordinators and invigilators, failing which you will not be allowed to appear in the exam. You should keep the admit card safe even after the exam, as you will need to carry it to the counselling rounds as well. Experts suggest that you should keep your admit card safe until you finally get admission to an institute.

NEET 2023 Rank Predictor

Aakash has provided the NEET 2023 Rank Predictor 2023 tool for candidates to predict their probable NEET 2023 ranks. The provided NEET rank predictor 2023 is a unique tool specially curated to predict the probable ranks of the candidates on the basis of past data, trends and candidates’ expected scores. The tool is extremely easy to use with a 3-step usage process. NEET rank predictor will help candidates to assess where they stand among competitors and plan their NEET 2023 admissions accordingly.

NEET 2023 Counselling

Counselling for NEET 2023 is likely to begin in September once the NEET 2023 results are out. The admission process through NEET 2023 will be carried out in the following phases:

  • National-level counselling for admission in MBBS and BDS Courses conducted by MCC
  • State Level counselling for admission in MBBS and BDS Courses conducted by various state government representatives
  • AYUSH counselling for admission in BAMS, BHMS, BUMS, and other courses

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Aspirants who wish to participate in the NEET 2023 counselling process are advised to keep themselves well-informed of the respective counselling events and be well-prepared.

NEET 2023 Syllabus

The NEET 2023 syllabus is determined in accordance with the recommendations made by the National Medical Commission of India (NMC). The syllabi of different states are taken into review as well as the proposed curriculum by CBSE, NCERT, and COBSE before deciding on the final curriculum. This ensures fairness and impartiality when assessing candidates for admission into medical courses in India.

NEET 2023 Preparation Books

The NCERT books should be your number one source of preparation for NEET 2023 preparation. Most of the questions asked in NEET are from NCERT books. Use other books for reference to truly understand concepts and take your preparation to the next level

NEET 2023 Mock Tests

Solving as many NEET 2023 mock tests as possible is the closest you can get to experiencing what a NEET exam feels like. It is no secret that, like any other competitive field, practice is the key to nailing the NEET exam. The more you practice, the better you get at handling the exam pressure, managing your time, prioritizing the questions, and revising your answers.

Mock tests will help you prepare for NEET 2023 rigorously. Go through as many mock tests, NEET previous year question papers, and sample papers as possible to leave no stone unturned in your exam preparation. This way, when you sit for the actual NEET 2023 exam, you will be confident and able to tap into your strengths to perform your best.

NEET 2023 Results

Once the exam is over, the answer scripts are evaluated by NTA officials based on standard protocols. To find out the result of NEET 2023, you will have to check out NEET’s official website. After the results, a NEET merit list is created based on these results in accordance with guidelines from the Ministry of Health and Welfare and the Ministry of AYUSH, the Admission Central Counselling Committee, and DGHS.

NEET 2023 Cut-off

To qualify for NEET 2023, you need to achieve a minimum score, also known as the cut-off score. This score is specified by the NTA and announced on the official NEET website. The NEET 2023 cut-off scores will be released alongside the NEET 2023 results. Cut-offs differ from category to category. The merit list for counselling and admission procedure is based on this score.

Two main factors decide the NEET cut-off score for a particular year:

  • Number of candidates appearing for the exam
  • The difficulty level of the exam

NEET 2023 Answer Key

Not all sets of NEET 2023 question papers are expected to be the same. NEET question papers are coded, and once the exam is over, the NTA releases the answer key to all the sets of question papers. NEET 2023 Answer Keys are released around one week after the exam. The OMR response sheets of all the candidates who appeared in the exam are also uploaded so that there is transparency in the evaluation process. If you find any discrepancy when you verify your responses against the NEET answer key by NTA, you can challenge it for a fee of Rs. 1000 per challenge. You get a few days to file your challenges.

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NEET 2023 FAQs

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 in 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 NEET 2023 application forms cannot be filled now as the last date has been over. The last date to fill in NEET 2023 application forms was 06th April 2023.  

Q4. Will the NEET Exam be conducted twice in 2023?
A. No. The NEET 2023 exam will be conducted once on 07th May 2023. The NEET 2023 application forms were  made live on the official NEET website and soon the NTA will release the NEET 2023 admit cards. 

Q5. Are there any changes in the NEET 2023 exam pattern?
A. There are no changes in the exam pattern for NEET 2023. You can refer to the NEET exam pattern provided on this page and also the NEET official website.  

Q6. Can a 12th pass-out candidate appear directly in the NEET examination?
A. Yes, you can appear for NEET if you have just passed out of class 12. You can even sit for the exam if you are appearing for your 10+2 exam that year. The only thing to note here is that your level of preparation at this stage may not be at par with what it takes to qualify for NEET. However, it is still a good idea to appear for the exam to experience what it is like. 

Q7. How can I qualify for NEET 2023?
A: To qualify for NEET 2023, you need to achieve a minimum score, also known as the cut-off score. This score is specified by the NTA and announced on the official NEET website.

Q8. Which authority conducts NEET exam?
A: The National Testing Agency, (NTA) is the organising body for NEET and it is instrumental in conducting NEET smoothly and fairly every year.

Q9. What is the fee structure for NEET 2023 for the general category?
A. The NEET 2023 exam fee for the general category is Rs 1700/- that can be submitted after filling the application form. 

Q10. Can a student outside India sit for NEET 2023?
A: Yes. Students outside India can also sit for NEET 2023. The fee for such candidates will be Rs 9500/-. 

NEET 2023 Exam

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