After all the confusion surrounding the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) in May this year, the Supreme Court ordered that the second phase of the test will be held on July 24, 2016.

NEET 2 will be more competitive given the fact that students who appeared in NEET 1 can appear in NEET 2 as well, along with those students who could not appear for NEET 1 held in May.

Candidates who felt that they could not do well in NEET 1 and decide to appear in NEET 2 to improve their scores will have to take the risk of surrendering their NEET 1 scores.

As per the ordinance, the exam NEET phase 2 will be conducted for those applying to Central government institutions, private medical colleges and deemed universities.

States have been instructed that they may either conduct their exams this year or may consider NEET for admissions in their undergraduate medical and dental courses.

Prepare a strategy based on your strengths and weaknesses. An effective strategy will help you draw the best output in the final exam.  Try to get a perfect score in your strong areas to boost your chances.

Source: Hindustan Times