The Ministry of Human Resources, Govt. of India was benevolent towards MBBS aspiring Indian students as the Government decided to hold NEET twice every year starting from 2019 onwards. Medico Abroad Consultants, Hyderabad, India ( read this move by the Government as a major benefit to the Indian students in many ways as follows:

  1. i) Great relief and savings (money as well as academic year) for students opting for Long term coaching.
  2. ii) Option to join in March Semester Intake in Foreign Medial universities offering MBBS Spring Intake which saves one semester (6 months).

iii) Betterment of score as they have choice of writing exam twice and join in domestic MBBS based on best score.

  1. iv) As NEET qualifying is a must for admission to MBBS either in India or Abroad, success of student at NEET in two attempts betters their chances to join and fulfil their dream to become Doctor.
  2. v) Introduction of computer based examination for NEET and that too giving option to write exam by choosing any day from a range of days is a great opportunity for better performance without any tension.

Many students not knowing the benefit of conducting NEET twice are taking wrong step of joining in foreign MBBS for pre medical or language courses. On the request of many of our students and their parents, the good features of the Govt. announcement are hereby posted along with News Articles from some reputed News papers and Channels. Medico Abroad Consultants, Hyderabad, India will keep you updated on further developments.

For any clarification, contact Medico Abroad Consultants, Hyderabad, India on Ph: 9959114545, 9391015407 E-mail: .


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