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  • April 11, 2022
  • Posted By : Oswaal Books


Students nowadays have flooded the entire section of social media and other websites by their demand to "postpone the NEET exams".

Students are demanding exams to be postponed till August 2022.


The demand to postpone the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET 2022 has been trending all over the websites and twitter.


Students are eagerly wanting to postpone the exams.


Students on Twitter are sharing the hashtag #PostponeNEETUG2022 asking the National Testing Agency (NTA) to delay the medical entrance test.


The topic came into focus when the exams of JEE  mains 2022 were postponed. Now, aspirants have stormed social media asking the testing agency to extend the exam dates further.


What is the basic demand of students?

The demand of students is to postpone the NEET exam. The exams are going to be held on July 17, but the students want it from August.


Why are the students making demands to postpone NEET exams?

The basis reason behind their demand is the "lack of time" since students are not yet ready for the examination. And also due to Covid they are not much active to get the concept clear.


Many students have called for the postponement of NEET 2022 on Twitter, claiming that the interval between the NTA's publication of the exam date and the actual exam date is too short.


 Students say they don't have enough time to prepare for the NEET 2022 tests. According to NTA's announcement, NEET-UG will be held in offline format on July 17, 2022.


As a result, students argue that two months is insufficient time to prepare for exams.


"Because there are only a few months remaining and I didn't win a government seat last year,


 my parents have agreed to let me take one more shot at both the Neet and Jee mains exams. Unfortunately, this will not be possible. Neet, please postpone "a Twitter user said


NEET UG exam will be held on 17th July, applications will be till 6th May

This year NEET exam will be conducted on Sunday, July 17, 2022 in pen and paper based mode (offline mode).


All the candidates who are going to appear in the NEET exam this time can apply by visiting the official website neet.nta.nic.in.


 The applications for NEET 2022 can be made till 11:50 PM on May 6, 2022. At the same time, the application fee can be deposited till 11:50 pm on May 7.


Pattern to be followed in NEET 2022 exams:

NEET UG Exam will have questions from Physics, Chemistry and Biology

NEET UG 2022 exam will consist of 200 multiple choice questions from Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany and Zoology). 50 questions from each subject will be divided into two sections A and B.


The duration of the exam will be 200 minutes i.e. 3.20 hours. The exam will be conducted from 2 pm to 5.20 pm.


NEET UG Exam Papers will be in 13 Languages

Medical Career Counselor Parijat Mishra informed that NTA is going to organize NEET 2022 in 543 cities of India and 14 cities abroad.


NEET exam will be conducted in 12 Indian languages ​​Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu besides English. The student has to select the regional examination centers as per the respective regional language.


 At the same time, the option to select the exam language will be given at the time of application.


Registration process of NEET exams:

The notification of Medical Entrance Exam NEET UG 2022 (NEET 2022) has been issued on Wednesday, 06 April 2022. The National Testing Agency (NTA) also released the application form of NEET UG along with the details of NEET Exam 2022 at around 8 pm.


Just a day after this, that is, on Thursday, 7 April 2022, the Madras High Court gave a decision on the matter of reservation in NEET UG.


 The High Court has refused to do away with the 7.5 percent reservation given to government school students in NEET.



Good Luck!




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