Becoming a successful professional doctor is what every medical student dreams of Students put years of hard work and a lot of amount of money to pursue their passion. In order to get admission into a top-notch college, it is important to crack National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET). In such a situation, it becomes important to not only work hard but to also work smartly. Just a little time is left to prepare for NEET2018, you might be studying day and night to pass with flying colors. But sometimes being guided in the right direction is important, though NEET is mostly based on NCERT syllabus and thus complete analysis of the same is a must.To prepare for NEET 2018, one needs a proper schedule and a timetable to ease the preparation process.
According to Medical Council of India, a candidate passed from National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) is not eligible to take admission in Medical Universities abroad. In a circular issued last week, Medical Council made it clear that any candidate who has not taken classroom training in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English should not be allowed
If the course content is not prescribed as per the 10+2 educational structure of the national committee, students will have to go through one year of Pre-Professional training before admission to Medical Universities abroad.