Pratiksha PanduLast Seen: 4 months 3 weeks agoJoined on: 02-May-2016Education Interest: M.B.B.S.Education Level: Class 12
Hi! Other options available include AIIMS,JIPMER or FPMT( FOREIGN PRE MEDICAL TEST) .....but attempting NEET is a better option cause having state quota will definitely give you good chances because TN is having NEET for the second time now and the cut off percentile may be a little lower hence giving you better chances or you can drop a year , prepare better and answer next year All the best! Pratiksha( [email protected])
Dr Parmanand AgarwalLast Seen: 1 month 2 weeks agoJoined on: 06-Oct-2017Education Interest: MedicineEducation Level: Graduate & Above
Hi Helen, If you want to do Medical courses of MBBS or BDS in TamilNadu you have to appear for NEET as of now as rest of India, If you want to go outside you can also apply for AIIMS/JIPMER UG entrance exam....Or if you want to pursue something else...let us know we will try to help Regards Dr Parmanand Agarwal MBBS MD Career counsellor
Gunjan SinghalLast Seen: 6 months 3 weeks agoJoined on: 27-Feb-2016Education Interest: MedicineEducation Level: In Graduation
Well if you don't want to appear in neet then -do you want to pursue MBBS? If yes then you have JIPMER and AIIMS to fight if you want to go for it in India. - you don't want to pursue MBBS and are interested in learning about other career alternatives with science- biology as your 12th class subjects. There are many good opportunities here. You can pursue Biopharmacy if you are interested in medicine. There is biotechnology in various fields. You can become a lecturer for the same and can also pursue research work through it. This was a brief answer. You should be more specific to get the answer you desire.
Ahmadunnisa BegumLast Seen: 3 months 2 weeks agoJoined on: 25-Oct-2017Education Interest: MedicineEducation Level: In Graduation
Hello Nelen Mary, Its alright if you don't want to write NEET, there are other competitive exams as well, which are college oriented. They don't have a wide window of seats as wide as NEET, neet is all.india where as there are a couple of colleges which have their own exams. Even for AFMC, armed forces medical college, previously had its entirety exam. But now NEET is the main exam and only if you qualify it will you be eligible to write their exam. AIIMS, all India Institute of medical sciences has its own exam. It is an online exam. We also have JIPMER. Careers360 has an article about the various exams one can write to join MBBS. Else, if you still want to do MBBS, you can buy a seat in any private medical college. https://medicine.careers360.com/exams/UG Goodluck! Hope this helps.