Best websites for previous NEET papers with solutions

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07 Mar 2019

#CareerBytes: Websites that offer previous NEET papers with solutions

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-UG) is the gateway to admission to undergraduate programmes at prestigious medical colleges in the country.

NEET is a difficult exam and medical aspirants need proper preparation and the right technique to crack it. They can also solve previous papers to give a boost to their preparation.

Here are some websites that provide previous NEET papers with solutions.

#1

BYJU's and Vedantu among the best for previous NEET papers

BYJU's and Vedantu among the best for previous NEET papers

BYJU's is one of India's largest online educational platforms. It also offers previous NEET question papers with answers. Aspirants can get these solved previous papers after signing up.

Vedantu is a popular online tutoring platform for school students for board exams as well as entrance exams. The website also provides previous NEET papers with solutions that can be downloaded for free.

#2: Etoos India also offers previous NEET papers

Etoos India is considered one of the best websites to prepare for various entrance exams, including NEET. The website offers previous question papers of NEET as well as AIPMT (from 2013) along with answer keys and solutions. NEET aspirants can download these for free.

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#3

Aspirants can download papers from Careers360, TopperLearning too

Careers360 is one of the leading educational portals in India. It is one of the best websites that offer all sets of previous NEET papers along with answers; aspirants can download the previous papers for free.

Another popular online learning platform, TopperLearning, also offers almost all sets of previous year NEET question papers along with solutions for free.

#4: Online learning platform Embibe also has previous NEET papers

Embibe is one of the best websites for online learning and entrance exams in the country. The website also offers previous NEET question papers with answers to crack the exam. It has other required material and resources for preparation of NEET and other medical entrances.

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How to prepare for medical entrance exams?

Asked 2019-03-07 14:37:14 by Aditya Rangan

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Medical entrance exams such NEET are considered tough. Aspirants can follow these tips to prepare for the exams: Know the latest exam syllabus and pattern. Adopt a smart way of study and create a solid preparation strategy. Understand the concepts for in-depth learning rather than mugging up. Revise the concepts and topics regularly. Practice previous years' question papers and practice question papers.

When will NEET 2019 be conducted?

Asked 2019-03-07 14:37:14 by Vivaan Subramanium

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The undergraduate National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET (UG) exam will be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) instead of CBSE from 2019 onwards. The medical entrance examination is scheduled for May 5, 2019.

What are some good mobile apps for medical aspirants?

Asked 2019-03-07 14:37:14 by Aadhya Mehra

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Some good mobile apps include: BYJU's, Toppr, EduRev NEET, NEET Prep, NEET Preparation 2019 Offline, Youth4work's NEET MBBS Entrance Prep, and Moducation's Mock Practice Tests.

Who will conduct the NEET in 2019?

Asked 2019-03-07 14:37:14 by Aarav Singh

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The undergraduate National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test or NEET UG will be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) from 2019 onwards. The NEET UG was being conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) until 2018.

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