If a student whove done additional biology(kindly check neet ug code2) after 12th pcm and cleared neet&mbbs. Are they eligible for NEXT exam?
See, if a candidate takes admission in MBBS course via NEET. He is considered part of MBBS fraternity.
Yes, after MBBS candidate is required to give NEXT exam in order to take PG seat for MS/MD
It doesn't matter, if your additional subject was biology, if you are eligible for NEET according to criteria then you can give any medical exam post MBBS
Best of luck
best courses for 12 ( Biology, physics and chemistry) student
After 12th PCB you can go for
- BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery)
- Bachelor of Physiotherapy
- B.Sc. Nursing
- B.Sc. Courses (specialization of own choice)
- B.A.M.S. (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery)
- PHARM D
- Other options include management, teaching and other stream courses such as B.A. or B.com.
you can choose any course of your own choice. Besides you can also go for diploma like fashion designing , web designing etc.
Up board biology sample paper in English language class 12
If you want sample papers, previous year question papers or mock tests of Biology of UP Board, then I would like to inform you that you can find it on the web.
You just have to open your browser, type the Board, subject name and your standard and then after you search it, you will find numerous results for your query.
There are various sites available that provide all these information without charges, you can save it from there for future reference.
I am Class X student I find Biology very interesting and easy to me but for pursuing i hv to take PCB stream where i find Physics a bit confusing I dont want to leave Bio as i want to make discoveries in it in future so pls tell me what to take ??
You don't have any other option than to choose PCB(Physics Chemistry Biology) or PCBM(Physics Chemistry Biology Mathematics) both of which have Physics , if you really want to study biology and want a future in this field you have pursue Physics also at least till class 12.
So many students find physics as a confusing student but it is very interesting if you dedicate some time to learning concepts which your teachers can teach you .There are so many Physics content available for free on the Internet which can easily create your interest in this subject .So you should take PCB and start learning physics as there is no other better option.
Hope this helps.
I am a student of class X I am a bit confused of which stream to pursue in XI as I do not want to do a job or pursue an ordinary life after i complete my college I want to do research on Human biology and explore more about Human cells reverse ageing I want to dedicate my whole life to human science
Students who have passed class tenth must now prepare for the next step, which is to select a course to pursue following class ten. Because Science, Arts, and Commerce courses are available beyond 10th grade, this needs some consideration and investigation. Not only that, but kids interested in a job-oriented curriculum may need to look into post-tenth-grade courses that allow for placement after graduation.
If you are confused about which stream to choose, then you should look over each stream before deciding. You may read the article, the link for which is provided below for a brief overview of all the streams after class 10th.
But if you are sure you want to pursue science stream, you can go with it and you can look the career prospects the course offers and scope of it.
Will I be eligible for the NEET admission if I failed in only physics from CBSE board and gave on-demand exam from NIOS only for physics.!!?? And I overall passed from cbse board with 5 subject Chemistry,biology ,Hindi, English and physical education
Here are the eligibility rules:
If your aggregate after taking the NIOS physics exam is equal to this, you are eligible to take the Neet ug.
Here are some additional Neet 2022 eligibility requirements.
Candidates must be 17 years old as of December 31, 2022.
Must have a 10+2 or equivalent diploma from a recognised board, with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology, and English as core subjects.
The candidates' maximum number of attempts is unrestricted.
There is no maximum age.
Aspirants who are Indian nationals, NRIs, OCIs, PIOs, or Foreign Nationals are eligible to apply.
Here are some bonus tips for you.
All the best!
I passed 12 with biology as an optional, but there is a year gap in my 12th because my physical condition was not so good ,so I didnt attempt my hs examination in 2018 and attempt my hs in 2019 as a regular candidate with all my subjects. am I eligible for mbbs admissions.
Yeah! You are eligible for the MBBS. I think you have the Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics & Biology combination which is usually the case for most of the WBCHSE students. If you have atleast 50% marks in your 10+2 boards, then you are eligible for the course of MBBS and you have nothing to worry about, just focus on your preparation.
To know more about NEET 2022, visit the link below:
For NEET college predictor, visit the link below:
I hope this answer helps. All the very best for your future endeavors!
I passed my 11 th and 12 th with biology as optional subject and there is a year gap in my class 12 th because my helth conditions was not so good,so i dont give the examination in year 2018.Next year i attempted the hs examination with all my subjects together, am i eligible for mbbs admissions.
Dear aspirant hope you are doing well.
Yes you are eligible to neet ug exam.
Eligibility criteria for neet ug exam.
- No age limit for mbbs. So year gap is not matter at all..
- :--->Minimum age of the candidates should be 17 years as of December 31, 2022...
- :--->Candidate should passed the class 12th exam from any recognised brard with physics, chemistry, biology (PCB) or (PCMB) with English is the compulsory subject...
- :--->Minimum aggregate marks: General category candidates must have passed the qualifying examination with 45% marks, while for SC/ST/OBC the minimum marks should be 40%..
- :--->Reservation policy for pwd (handicap) : 3% of the reservation will be provided to the Person with Disability (PwD) candidates.
To get complete details of neet ug exam, eligibility criteria, admission process, important dates. Link is given below
Marks wise cut off for neet ug exam is following
For General candidate-> 720-138
For OBC/SC/ST candidate -> 137-108
For Gen PwD candidate -> 137-122
For (OBC /SC / ST ) PwD candidates -> 121-108
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how to prepare gat - b exam and also gat b exam pattern consist two parts ,part-a 10 +2 mathematics, Physics, chemistry, biology .my doubt is my background is science background how should i prepare mathematics and what are the books to get good score in part a including all subjects.
Hope you are doing great.
Graduate Aptitude Test-Biotechnology is a national-level exam conducted once a year.
So the syllabus of this exam is huge but you don't have to cover each and everything just study those topics which have been covered in bachelors and focus only on important topics.
The exam consists of 2 sections.
Part A: 60 compulsory questions, 1 marks for each correct answer, Negative marking of ½ marks for each incorrect answer.
Part B: 60 questions to be attempted out of 100, 3 marks for each correct answer, Negative marking of -1 marks for each incorrect answer.
Part A of the exam will consist the 10+2 level questions of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology so for this you have to complete NCERT first and along with that you can go for HC Verma, Maths from RD Sharma for physics and for chemistry OP Tandon, Objective Biology by Dinesh are best. Now the part B will have a graduation level question from Biology, Life Sciences, Biotechnology so for that you have to study those books which you have studied in your undergraduation. In addition you can go for Biotechnology by Saras Publications, and Biotechnology by R C dubey.
Hope this helps.
I AM NEET INSPIRING STUDENT CAN YOU PLS GIVE SOME PHYSICS CHEMISTRY BIOLOGY 11 AND 12 IMPORTANT TOPIC
Below mentioned are the NEET important topics for the subjects Physics, Biology and Chemistry along with their weightage.
Physical world and measurement
Laws of Motion
Magnetic Effect of Current & Magnetism
Work, Energy and Power
Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current
Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body
Properties of Bulk Matter
Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
Atoms & Nuclei
Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory
Oscillation & Waves
Basic Concepts of Chemistry
Structure of Atom
Classification of Elements & Periodicity in Properties
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
States of Matter: Gases and Liquids
Isolation of Elements
d- and f-Block Elements
Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
Some p-Block Elements
Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers
Organic Chemistry: Basic Principles & Techniques
Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen
Chemistry in Everyday Life
Diversity of Living Organisms- 14%
Chap-1 The Living World
Chap- 2 Biological Classification
Chap-3 Plant Kingdom
Chap-4 Animal Kingdom
Structural Organization in Plants and Animals-5%
Chap-5 Morphology of Flowering Plants
Chap-6 Anatomy of Flowering Plants
Chap-7 Structural Organization in Animals
Cell: Structure and Function-9%
Chap-8 Cell- The Unit of Life
Chap-10 Cell cycle and cell division
Plant Physiology- 6%
Chap 11- Transportation in Plants
Chap- 12 Mineral Nutrition
Chap-13 Photosynthesis in Higher Plants
Chap 14- Respiration in Plants
Chap- 15 Plant Growth and Development
Human Physiology- 20%
Chap-16 Digestion and Absorption
Chap-17 Breathing and Exchange of Gases
Chap-18 Body Fluids and Circulation
Chap- 19 Excretory Products and their elimination
Chap- 20 Locomotion and Movement
Chap -21 Neural Control and Coordination
Chap- 22 Chemical Coordination and Integration
For further information, check out the link provided below.