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8th December 2011, 04:09 PM
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Andhra Pradesh state is getting exemption from participating in NEET?


Andhra Pradesh State is getting exemption from participating in NEET or not. How long th confusion will continue. Suppose, Andhra Pradesh got exemption from NEET, the students from Andhra Pradesh are eligible for appearing exam. I need a clear cut clarification.




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29th September 2016, 11:11 AM
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Default Re: Andhra Pradesh state is getting exemption from participating in NEET?

No. NEET is compulsory for getting admission to MBBS/BDS. Admission will be made based on final merit which is prepared on the basis of score obtained in qualifying exam cum NEET.

MBBS/BDS Eligibility In AP
- You must have secured at least 50% aggregate in physics , chemistry and biology together from a recognized board.
- You must have qualified NEET.
- Your age should be at least 17 years on 31st December.

AP Medical Admission Procedure
- Visit the site : www.apmedco.com
- Fill the correct details in application form.
- Keep scanned the photograph & signature in specified size & format. Upload it.
- Make a payment of application fee.
- Verify all details before final submit.
- If correct, Submit your application.
- Note your application number & Print the application.

AP Medical Admission Dates
- Online Registration Starts : 23/08/2016
- Last Date of Registration : 30/08/2016
- Counseling Dates : 3rd & 4th September , 2016
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30th September 2017, 12:26 AM
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Default Re: Andhra Pradesh state is getting exemption from participating in NEET?

Is there any state have got right to fill up 85% of seats by state government remaining by neet examination
Do you have any question? or have anything to say?



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