Release date for NEET admit card delayed
Those who wish to study MBBS in India must appear for the NEET entrance exam conducted across the country. If you qualify NEET, based on your NEET score in All India Rank (AIR) or state rank, you can choose a medical college to study. To get a medical seat in your preferred college, you must score well as well as prepare aggressively for the counselling process. To appear for this national level entrance exam, you must have filled the application already.
But only the application form isn’t enough to be eligible to give NEET entrance exam. You also need NEET admit card for the same. The admit card has all the relevant information about you like roll number, name, your father’s name, address, NEET 2020 exam date & time, QR code, and a lot more. It allows you to enter the examination hall. Therefore, you must keep the NEET 2020 admit card with utmost care.
Previously, the release date to download the admit card for NEET 2020 was March 27, 2020. But amidst lockdown due to novel COVID-19, the release date for the same has been delayed. Till then, you can utilise the time to make corrections in the application form. The correction window will close on May 3, 2020. Earlier, the correction window was for only 6 days i.e. from February 13 to 19, 2020. But due to the pandemic COVID-19, it has been extended.
Moreover, it has been notified that the NEET 2020 admit card will not be sent offline. You must download it from the official website of the National Testing Agency (NTA) www.ntaneet.nic.in.
It is a humble request that you shouldn’t be worried about the academic year, the government will manage everything. Instead, you must utilise this phase and revise more through mock tests. You can also utilise this time to prepare well as per your preferred medical college. If you don’t have any medical college in your mind, it is time you plan things out. Based on factors like fee structure, faculty, accommodation, mess availability, etc. you can aim medical college. It will give a direction to your goal. Also, make sure that you cross-check the previous year’s cut-off list to get the idea of the expected cut-off list. It will prepare your mind that how much you should score to get a seat in your preferred medical college in India.
If you face any problem with the same, you may also contact Educon abroad helpline number +91-8448444235 to ask your queries. We have a team of experienced counsellors and advisors who will guide you about what’s right for your future.