Long Term NEET 2023 - Repeaters

Long Term NEET 2023 - Repeaters batch started from August, 2022

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Long Term NEET 2023 - Repeaters

Long Term NEET 2023 - Repeaters batch started from August, 2022

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Classes by NEET Experts

Daily / Weekly / Monthly Tests with Detailed Analysis

Daily Assignments / DPP’s

Negative Score Control Techniques

Separate Doubt Cleaning Sessions

More than 1700 Hours Program

20 NEET Grand Tests & Detail Analysis after completion of the syllabus

Study Hours under the supervision of Senior Faculties


1. Get acquainted with the format of the exam

NEET is an objective question-based test, a total duration being 3 hours and 20 minutes. This equates to approximately 1 minute per question. Before getting started with preparations, it is essential to adapt to the pattern of the exam along with marks’ distribution. NEET covers these major subjects – Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.

2. Master NEET Syllabus

Before you set out to plan, ensure that the NEET syllabus is mastered. Having a complete understanding of all subjects, their chapters are a must. The syllabus is collated by the National Testing Agency after inferences across syllabi of different boards – state, CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education), NCERT (National Council of Education Research and Training), COBSE (Council Board of School Education), etc. One must spend time analyzing the complete syllabus, hence interpreting important concepts.

3. Know Your Study Material

It is a no-brainer that NCERT is the holy grail for NEET candidates. NCERT Syllabus for classes 11 and 12 must be at one’s tips. These sources are considered the most appropriate. Students who have taken up NEET in the past, toppers, experts, and other academic professionals mention that it is extremely important to refer to NCERT books. Once, this is covered, you can move to adaptations of NCERT books, and then other related sources. Seek online assistance by NEET experts to figure out the most reliable books to refer from for NEET.

4. Solve previous years’ question papers

One must solve as many as 20 years’ NEET Question papers from the past years. It is important to solve as many papers as possible if the aim is to score 600+ in NEET examinations. Solving papers not only assists to come up with different strategies to crack questions along with providing insights but also helps to analyze performance and enhance levels of speed and accuracy. These are the two most important metrics when it comes to competitive exams. Once you have solved enough papers, frame your own questions and solve them.

5. Take up mock tests

Practising papers should also be backed by taking up mock tests online to analyze one’s performance. It is an effective tool that helps one assess strengths and weaknesses. Mock tests provide answers explained in detail, which helps one to analyze mistakes and implement the same in the next mock test that would be taken up.

6. Know the important topics/chapters

Of the many benefits solving papers has to offer, it also presents students with an idea of the recurring questions, hence important chapters/concepts that are examiners’ favourites. Students must prioritize gaining a comprehensive knowledge of such topics to better understand them and hence to crack any type of question asked on them.


NEET Long Term Benefits

Some of the benefits of NEET long term are :

  • Long term will give enough time to aspirants to complete all the topics and chapters in NEET syllabus.
  • Students can complete all assignments, DPPs and exercises with no pressure of finishing things in a hurry.
  • Long term preparation allows students to make efficient hand written notes and consistent revision along with the studies.
  • Students can give tests on a regular basis to check their learning, speed, accuracy and time management.
  • Opportunity to bounce back from low scores and bad performances in tests.
  • Good time in hand to take small breaks in studies to refresh the mind.


Some of the highlights of NEET long term are:

  • Classes by NEET Experts
  • Separate Doubt Cleaning Sessions
  • Daily / Weekly / Monthly Tests with Detailed Analysis
  • More than 1700 Hours Program
  • Daily Assignments / DPP’s
  • 20 NEET Grand Tests & Detail Analysis after completion of the syllabus
  • Negative Score Control Techniques
  • Study Hours under the supervision of Senior Faculties


We provide Board tuitions such as subject tuitions for PCMB/ PCMCs.

We also provide tuitions for 

  • NEET
  • CET
  • JEE

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Ans: A total of 180 questions will be asked. Each of the 4 subjects will have two sections – A and B. While section A will contain 35 questions, Section B will contain 15 questions, out of which 10 have to be attempted.

Ans: Yes, the NEET 2022 paper pattern has negative marking. For every incorrect answer, 1 mark will be deducted.

Ans: As per the official NEET marking scheme, 4 marks will be awarded for every correct answer, while 1 mark will be deducted for the wrong answers.

Ans: NEET exam consists of Objectives (Multiple Choice Questions). Each question will have 4 options, out of which one will be correct. 

Ans: There is no upper age limit for candidates to appear in UG NEET 2022 exams. As per the decision taken by the NMC, NTA has removed the upper age criteria.

Ans: No, there are no such sectional limits in NEET. Candidates can spend any time (from the total time given) on any particular section or question.

Ans: NTA opened the correction window for NEET application form 2022 from May 24, 2022, to May 27, 2022. NTA reopened the correction window from June 14, 2022, to June 16, 2022, for candidates to be able to correct their categories in their application forms.

Ans: In such situations, where there is any uncertainty in translating any question, the English version of the question will be considered final and correct.