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Checklist To Be Followed Before Your NEET Exam

NTA—National Testing Agency conducts the NEET examination all over India for the allotment of medical seats in India. All the undergraduate medical entrance examinations other than NEET have been merged in it, and are the most sort-out examination in India. Before the exam one needs to clearly prepare for the examination and here are a few Important Tips For the Neet Exam to be followed on the day of the examination. The guidelines to be followed that are needed to follow regarding the timings, documents needed to be carried, dress code to be followed, barred items, and other needed information to avoid last-minute stress and trauma.

  • Light-colored clothes
  • Dress/shirts must be with half sleeves only. (Full/long sleeves are prohibited)
  • Should wear sandals or low heel footwear (wearing of socks, shoes are prohibited)

Note: Students that follow religious customary dress code should report an hour before to the exam center and get the thorough checking/frisking process.

Items that are barred in the Examination Hall

NEET examination has strict rules on the items that should and should not be carried along with the other conditions, and every student must be aware of these items and take proper care that to not carry any of these barred items to the examination hall.

  • Stationery items
  • Geometry/pencil box
  • Any kind of paper with printed material other than admit card and ID proof
  • Pen / scale / writing pad / pen drives / eraser etc
  • Mobile phones / Bluetooth / Earphones / pager / health band
  • Smartwatch / Microchip / Camera / any hearing or recording devices

Note: Those who are found with above mentioned prohibited items will be debarred or not allowed to the examination center.

Documents to be carried

  • Print out of NEET admit card
  • ID proof
  • A passport size photograph
  • PwD certificate if applicable

Exam hall guidelines

  • Candidates should check the announcements of the timings from the examiner from time to time usually at the Beginning, in the Middle, and 10 minutes before the Examination.
  • Check all the booklet pages for any loss/damage to the pages
  • Candidates will be provided with a ballpoint pen in the examination hall by the examiners
  • The candidate should ensure the similarity of the code of the exam booklet and the answer booklet
  • Candidates should fill all the information in the spaces given on both sides of the OMR sheets also
  • Candidates must submit their OMR sheets to the examiner before leaving the exam hall.
  • No candidate is allowed to leave the examination before the completion of the examination time.


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