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NEET 2020, This year the cutoff will be a significant relief for students

This year, the delay in NEET and JEE Examination became India's significant issues.

By Geeta Jain

New Delhi, September 2020: NEET 2020, This year the cutoff will be a significant relief for students. This year, the delay in NEET and JEE Examination became India’s significant issues. Finally, after being postponed twice due to the coronavirus pandemic, the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2020 was held on the 13th of September 2020. The exam was conducted with all the social distancing norms, sanitization precautions, and the Health Ministry gives the SOP. Around 15.9 lakh students appeared in the NEET Examination. The students who want to pursue an undergraduate course will be shortlisted based on the NEET 2020 cutoff. As seen by students’ and teachers’ reactions, the NEET 2020 paper was comfortable and not lengthy compared to previous years. Around this Covid-19 situation, the NEET exam dates got delayed twice and created confusion and worrisome situation for the students, but the good part was that students got much enough time in this lockdown to prepare for the examination and due to that, it was expected that students would have a tough competition this year.

After analyzing the question paper of NEET 2020, it’s seen that the examination was moderate. The physics section, which was way too harsh in the previous year, was straightforward this year but the chemistry and biology section came up with some tricky questions. The questions were mostly drafted from the NCERT books, which is suitable for all the students. The cutoff of the NEET 2020 examination is released, and this year it’s a significant relief for all the students, the reserved category has cut off of 40th percentile, which is 120-100 cut off and the general category has 50th percentile, which is 710-140 expected cut off. This year the competition was much high than expected as all the students were toughly prepared for the examination during the lockdown.

Geeta Jain, Founder of Mediconation said to Prittle Prattle News by sharing a press release, “The NEET Examination has finally come to an end, after all the confusion and delay in NEET examination. Conducting the NEET examination was a big task for all the authorities, the government, parents, and students. With all the precautionary measures, around 85-90% of the students registered and appeared for the examination. When students came out of the center, the look was enough saying how good and comfortable the paper was. It was majorly covering the NCERT books, and no doubt that this year NEET cut off will be the immense solace for the students. The official answer key will be released officially in some days, but the students who score above the NEET cut off 2020 percentile become eligible to participate in the NEET admission process. The counseling of NEET 2020 will start after the results will be announced, and it will be online mode. This expected analysis of question paper and cut off can even help the students to evaluate themselves according to their performance and can also make a list of colleges of MBBS and MD.

Mrs. Geeta Jain experienced glorious 13 years of counseling the students and didn’t fail to set a benchmark by guiding over more than 4500 students. Geeta Jain founded Mediconation in the year 2017. They established their headquarters in Noida and started expanding their three branches in Bhopal, Pune, and Bombay. Mediconation is one of the leading education consultancies with a Pan-India presence, and since then, it has opened doors of opportunities for Indian Medical aspirants and worked towards filling the gap of Medical professionals in India. She has guided over 2000 students to pursue MBBS at various foreign medical universities to ensure that their lives are at ease. Ms. Geeta Jain has another initiative by the name Brainmotors, and its purpose is to serve society and spread awareness about mental health care in India. She has been felicitated by the Shiksha Bharti award to make medical education affordable for Indian students and has also received the esteemed Atal Ratna Samman for educational excellence.

This article was shared with Prittle Prattle News as a Press Release.
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