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About PMT - Medical Entrance Tests

Those students aspiring to make a career in medical science have to appear for a common national level medical entrance test, called NEET-UG (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test-Under Graduate) from 2013. The single medical entrance test will replace the national and state level entrance tests for MBBS and BDS courses. This brings relief to millions of aspirants appearing for multiple medical entrance tests or Pre-medical tests (PMT) resulting in clash of dates and confusion.

As per the new guidelines issued by the Supreme Court of India, AIPMT (All India Pre Medical Test), AIIMS, BHU, AFMC and all state level PMTs have been merged into common entrance medical test, NEET-UG. The Medical Council of India (MCI) has entrusted the responsibility of holding the NEET-UG to CBSE.

NEET-UG will come out with its own ranking on national as well as state level. Since millions of students will be competing with each other on a common platform, you need to answer maximum questions correctly to appear in the merit list and get admission into the top most medical colleges of India, though there will be a negative marking of 1/4 marks.

A career in the field of medical science has always been a lucrative profession for many of us. Becoming a successful doctor or surgeon takes years of practice and prolong training than most other jobs. Those in medical profession command high respect among the masses as they work towards maintaining healthcare by improving medical standards and its quality.

To make a career in the field of medical science you need to have a strong hold on the parent subject i.e. Biology - zoology and botany, which would form the core component in the common entrance test, along with Physics and Chemistry. The question paper will consist of total 250 objective-type questions.

You should be particularly well aware of the biological terms as that would determine your ranking in the merit list. Regular study, consistent revision and trying to co-relate to the subject will help you remain updated.

7 comment(s)
  • Pankaj chaturvedi

    First me

    • CareerOrbits

      Yes Pankaj, you can also target 650+ easily. Just need to work hard with our smart test series. Focus on practicing all questions in our practice question bank and clearing your revision lists side by side. Wish you all the very best!

  • Mary persia

    i want to score 650 marks

    • CareerOrbits

      Our best wishes to you for achieving your target of 650+ in NEET. We suggest that you should practice all the practice questions given in our NEET Test Series or full courses and leave none. Also, you should clear all the practice questions in Revision Lists and Bookmark List. Reserve last 15 days for the mock tests and last minute revision.

  • Shivamkatkar

    PMT application form date

    • CareerOrbits

      CBSE has declared the application form dates. You can apply online on the NEET official website - from 08.02.2018 (Thursday) to 09.03.2018 (Friday) upto 23:50 Hrs. (IST). For more details please visit

    • CareerOrbits

      PMT application forms are expected to be available in the 3rd or 4th week of January 2018. You may subscribe to our Notifications to get the latest information on the application forms and dates.

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