In India, students who seek to enrol in graduate medical programmes like MBBS or BDS or
postgraduate programmes like MS and MD in government medical colleges, private medical
colleges, or any of the deemed universities must take the National Eligibility Entrance
Since 2013, NEET has taken the place of every medical admission test offered by the state government or the college itself. 180 of the 200 objective questions on the NEET exam's single paper must be answered.
Each question includes four possible answers, one or more of which must be the proper response. We must mark the appropriate response with the provided pen on the specifically constructed machine-readable sheet during the test, which lasts roughly three hours.