NEET or National Eligibility cum Entrance Examination is a national level entrance examination that offers admission to MBBS/BDS courses in various government and private medical/dental colleges across India.
As per the order of Hon. Supreme Court, no other exam will be valid for admissions to MBBS/BDS courses. However, admissions in AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical Sciences) and JIPMER (Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research) will be based on their own entrance exams. Every year a huge number of candidates appear for NEET Exam. Hence aspirants should justify their preparation level with the competitors and the level of question paper.
Sample papers are one of the most important components to prepare for competitive exams like NEET. Many medical aspirants might be new to this competitive exam which can be extremely stressful. Solving sample papers or taking mock tests can give aspirants an insight of NEET exam pattern. Practicing NEET sample papers with solutions and cross checking answers to understand one’s weaknesses and strength may improve a candidate’s preparations as well as the approach towards the exam. This will help them to perform well in the actual exam.
Candidates can download the latest NEET sample paper along with answer key and solutions from the below-mentioned links to prepare for NEET 2018.
Comed K 2016 will be held on May 8th. The entrance exam is conducted by the Consortium of Medical, Dental and Engineering colleges of Karnataka. The exam is on an all India basis and shortlists students for admission in the participating colleges. This is a good opportunity for students to pursue engineering , Medical and Dental courses from some of the best private colleges in the country. Since these colleges do not accept admission on JEE Mains score, we advise all students to appear for ComedK to get into Engineering and technical courses.
Important Dates (Click here to Download the COMED K Important Dates, given below)
|May 8th||COMEDK UGET 2016 Exam|
|May 11th||Publishing of Provisional Answer Keys and start date for online submission of objections/challenge of Provisional Answer keys|
|May 16th||Last date for receiving challenges/objections pertaining to Provisional Answer Keys|
|May 26th||Publishing of Final Answer keys|
|May 28th||Test Score cards made available online to the candidates|
COMEDK – List of Medical Colleges
|S.no||Name of Medical Colleges that come under ComedK||Location|
|1||Adichunchanagiri Institute of Medical Sciences||Balagangadharnatha Nagar|
|2||Basaveshwara Medical College And Hospital||Chitradurga|
|3||S. Nijalingappa Medical College and HSK Hospital and Research Centre||Bagalkot|
|4||Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Medical College||Bangalore|
|5||H.K.E Society’s M.R. Medical College||Gulbarga|
|6||J.J.M Medical College||Davangere|
|7||K.V.G Medical College||Sullia|
|8||Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences||Bangalore|
|9||M.S Ramaiah Medical College||Bangalore|
|10||S S Institute of Medical Science & Research Centre||Davangere|
|11||Father Muller Medical College||Mangalore|
|12||SDM College of Medical Sciences and Hospital||Dharwad|
|13||BGS Global Institute of Medical Sciences||Bangalore|
|14||Shridevi Institute Medical Sciences & Research Hospital||Tumkur|
List of top Engineering colleges in Karnataka that come under COMEDK
(Even though colleges mentioned above have a small percentage of seats covered under management quota , a rank below 5000 can ensure you seats in any of these institutes )
For Medical and Dental seats in COMEDK
- The candidates appearing must have at least passed the 12th with minimum 50% marks (40% in case of SC, ST and OBC candidates of Karnataka state) in the aggregate of Physics, Chemistry and Biology and 50% marks (40% in case of SC, ST and OBC candidates of Karnataka state) in English.
- The candidates selected by COMEDK for the MBBS seat earlier but failed to pursue the course, are no longer eligible to apply.
- The minimum age of the candidate applying should be 17 years.
For Engineering seats in ComedK
- The candidates appearing must have at least passed the 12th with minimum 45% marks (40% in case of SC, ST and OBC candidates of Karnataka state) in the aggregate of Physics, Chemistry and Maths and 50% marks (40% in case of SC, ST and OBC candidates of Karnataka state) in English .
- Minimum age remains same as those of medical candidates.
- Diploma candidates are not eligible for colleges under COMEDK.
It is very important to
COMEDK 2016 Exam Pattern
|Subjects||B.Tech (COMEDK)||MBBS/BDS(COMEDK)||B.Tech & MBBS (Both COMEDK)|
|Physics||60 Questions||60 Questions||60 Questions|
|Chemistry||60 Questions||60 Questions||60 Questions|
|Mathematics||60 Questions||–||60 Questions|
|Biology||–||60 Questions||60 Questions|
|English||–||60 Questions||60 Questions|
|Total||180 Questions||240 Questions||300 Questions|
NEET sample papers can be considered as a useful preparation material for the medical aspirants of NEET 2018. After completing their studies aspirants can practice the subjects by solving sample papers. Here are some benefits of solving NEET question papers.NEET question papers.
By solving NEET model question paper, aspirants can get acquainted with the exam pattern. It will also boost their confidence level and make them comfortable at the time of actual examination.
Room for Improvement
Solving NEET exam paper can help aspirants to know the level of their preparation. By practicing NEET sample papers candidates can know their weak and strong areas of a subject. Knowing their strength and weaknesses gives them a direction to their preparation as they can know where to put more effort. It can help them to improve and complete the entire paper with speed and accuracy.
In the exam, candidates will get only 3 hours to solve 180 questions. That means a candidate will need a minute to solve each question. Hence, it is important to develop the skill of time management to complete the exam within the stipulated time. Maximum correct answers in minimum time will help candidates to score good marks which are only possible by solving more and more NEET papers. Solving NEET sample papers will also help them to improve their speed and accuracy.
Turn Weaknesses into Your Strengths
Assessing individual strengths and weaknesses is crucial while preparing for competitive exams like NEET. Solving sample papers will give the candidates a clear picture of the topics or sections which they are strong or weak in. Thus, this will help them to concentrate on the weaker areas and strengthen the areas which they are already good at.
By solving NEET model question paper, candidates will gain confidence and will be prepared to face the actual exam without any problem. Byju’s provide best trainers for competitive exams like NEET. Stay tuned with Byju’s to get the latest notification on NEET 2018 along with NEET syllabus, NEET Exam pattern, NEET Exam details etc.