NEET Repeater 2022
NEET Repeater Aspirants must start preparing for NEET as early as possible. Starting NEET preparation after Class 12 will help students to build a strong foundation and reduce burden of Board Exams. NEET UG syllabus comprises questions from Class 11 as well as Class 12 distributed in an equal proportion. Also, students who start preparing for NEET after class 12 will have a year in hand to refine their preparation strategies and must leave no stone unturned in the process.
- Class Frequency - Weekly Five days.
- Class Timings - 11am - 6pm.
- Support till NEET Exam.
- Study Material.
- Test Series.
- Formula Book.
- Weekend Tests
- Unit Tests
- Half Syllabus Tests
- Full Syllabus Tests
- Full Mock Tests
NEET Repeater 2022 Program Highlights:
- Students are thoroughly prepared for NEET Exam.
- Study material will be given in Physics, Chemistry, Botany & Zoology for preparation of NEET Entrance Exams.
- A series of tests will be conducted ( Weekly Test, Monthly Test, Quaterly Test)
- Complete Coaching Support till NEET Exam.
- Individual Doubt Clearance Sessions.
Features of JUPITER NEET Coaching Centre in Chennai:
Exhaustive Study Materials
Concept Based Teaching Technique
Timely Completion of syllabus
Simulated Test Series
Limited Students in a Batch
- Well defined study plan
- Feedback System
- Student Mentoring
2. JUPITER Assignments
- Improve Concepts
- Develop Healthy Academic Habits
- Boost Test Scores
3. Study Material
- Incorporates easy-to-use Tips & Tricks
- Well-planned & structured study material
- Covers latest syllabus of the NEET
Why Choose JUPITER Academy for NEET Coaching Centre in Chennai?
NEET – UG is the single examination conducted for the aspirant’s seeking admission in the country’s top medical colleges to courses such as MBBS and BDS. NEET – UG is the single entrance test for all medical colleges in India which includes the premier All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research (JIPMER).
NEET UG is conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) in Pen and Paper mode in 13 languages. As per the latest update NEET exam pattern 2021, there will be a total of 200 questions of which candidates need to answer 180 questions.
The questions in the NEET exam pattern are divided into two sections – Section A and B. Section A contains 35 questions while Section B will have 15 questions. Of these 15 questions in Section B, candidates need to answer 10 questions. NEET exam will be of three-hour-long duration comprising of MCQs from Physics, Chemistry, and Biology as per NEET syllabus. Four marks to be awarded for the correct answer, while one mark to be deducted for the wrong attempt.