Only NEET would enable students to get admission to MBBS or BDS in India. According to Supreme Court order for NEET entrance exam for Medical and Dental courses, the state government has to fill 85% of their Medical Seat through NEET.
Is NEET Boon or Bane?
- As per May 1 analysis of NEET Exam
- An Indian Express article says
“NEET 2016: While 40 per cent of the questions are tough, 40 per cent are medium and 20 per cent are easy. Many of the questions were beyond the scope of NCERT”
Shruti Ghule, a student said, “The Physics section was tough and lengthy, I could only attempt 25 out of 45 questions.”
The difficulty level of the questions was on the higher side compared to last year repeat exam of AIPMT.
A student who has prepared for state medical exam with this level of assessment from NEET will he is able to clear?
Can the student who prepared for State Medical Exam can clear the NEET ?
The students and parents are worried and confused about NEET today. They are uncertain about the Medical Seat allotment. Here is one more article from Indian Express say How Scary and Expensive offer is NEET.
“Coming from a humble background and having dropped a year to prepare for the state common admission test, Chandan Pawar of Ruparel College said he had lost all hope for pursuing medicine. “Coaching classes for medical entrances are very expensive. My father had taken a loan of Rs 90,000 for my tuition and now he feels helpless. Though he wants me to appear for NEET-II, I have stopped preparing and have also told him that I cannot handle the pressure of studying all the syllabus this soon,” he said.
Bhakti Shah, a student of St Joseph School, said, “We took two years’ time to prepare for the state common entrance test and then it was scrapped suddenly. Now they expect us to study for the much more difficult national-level test in a period of nine weeks.”
So what is the way out?