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National Eligibility and Entrance Test or NEET is the National Level Common Entrance Examination held in India, conducted by the Medical Council of India for students of Medical Science, who wish to qualify for admission to MBBS or BDS. Students of class XII who wishes to sit in a single entrance examination to get admission to all government as well as private medical colleges in India.
NEET for Under Graduate exam is conducted by the CBSE, but was replaced by AIPMT last year but now by the orders of Supreme Court NEET UG is going to conduct again from 2016 onwards .

Eligibility Criteria for NEET UG 2016:
Age Limit– Candidate should have completed age of 17 years at the time of admission or will complete the age on or before 31st December of the year of his/her admission to the 1st year MBBS/BDS Course.
Educational Qualifications– Candidates must have passed class 12th with minimum 50% marks in physics, chemistry, biology or biochemistry subjects taken together in qualifying examination from a recognized university at the time of applying.
– Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes or Other Backward Classes candidates require 40% marks in physics, chemistry, biology or biochemistry subjects taken together in qualifying examination.

Exam Pattern for NEET UG 2016: NEET entrance exam consist of one paper containing 180 objective type questions (four options with single correct answer) from Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany & Zoology). Examination Time will be of 3 hours(180 minutes) in which 3 sections need to be completed.

Subject No.of Questions Max. Marks Time Allotted
Physics 4545

180 Minutes( 3hrs )

Chemistry 4545
Botany 4545
Zoology 4545

NOTE– Candidates can opt for Question Paper either in English or in Hindi.
No Negative marking will be their according to present status.

Syllabus for NEET UG 2016: Candidates can go through the syllabus of NEET UG 2016 (Physics, Chemistry & Biology) here. Syllabus includes topics of class 11th and class 12th.

So many students who are struggling for admissions can start preparing from now as they have very short time and have to cover plenty of syllabus.

Some of the books which can help candidates to prepare for their exams are suggested as below-

1) For Biology Section Preparation

2) For Physics Section Preparation

3) For Chemistry Section Preparation

As NEET exam is near, so candidates can go through the books which offer crash courses which means books by which all the syllabus can be covered easily and efficiently in just 40 days.

NEET 2016 Solved Paper/Practice Paper:

Above stated books are best for revision purpose or to prepare for NEET in short time.

We wish our candidates All The Best for the Upcoming Exams and wish them great future ahead!!

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Institute of Banking Personnel Selection IBPS or Institute of Banking Personnel Selection acquired independent status in 1984. The credit to the initiative goes to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and the Nationalized Banks.Prior to 1984, the institute was a unit of National Institute of Bank Management (NIBM) and was called Personnel Selection Services (PSS).
IBPS has a mandate from nineteen Public Sector Banks to conduct the eligibility exam for selection to these banks. IBPS conducts Common Recruitment Process (CWE) is accepted by nineteen nationalized banks in India. Common Recruitment Process- CWE, Common Interview and provisional allotment for recruitment of Clerical cadre posts in Participating Organisations has the approval of the appropriate authorities.

List of banks that accept CWE-

1) Allahabad Bank
2) Andhra Bank
3) Bank of Baroda
4) Bank of India
5) Bank of Maharashtra
6) Canara Bank
7) Central Bank of India
8) Corporation Bank
9) Dena Bank
10) Indian Bank
11) Indian Overseas Bank
12) Oriental Bank of Commerce
13) Punjab National Bank
14) Punjab & Sind Bank
15) Syndicate Bank
16) Union Bank of India
17) National Bank
18) UCO Bank
19) Vijaya Bank

Eligibility Required: Eligibility required to apply for IBPS Clerk is as follows:
Age Limit: Candidate must be between the age of 20 years to 28 years at the time of applying.
Educational Qualification: Candidate must be a Graduate in any discipline from a University recognised by the Govt. Of India or any equivalent qualification recognized as such by the Central Government.
– Proficiency in the Official Language of the State/UT (candidates should know how to read/ write and speak the Official Language of the State/UT) for which vacancies a candidate wishes to apply is preferable.

IBPS Clerk Exam Pattern: IBPS Clerk Examination which is conducted online has total 200 questions from different sections which are as follows:
Online Objective Exam Pattern is as follows:

Sr. No. Name of the Test Max. Marks Time Allotted
1 Reasoning 40
Composite time
2 Hours
2 English Language 40
3 Numerical Ability 40
4 General Awareness
(with special reference to Banking Industry)
5 Computer Knowledge40

NOTE: The above tests except the Test of English Language will be available bilingually, i.e. English and Hindi.
Negative Marking: For each wrong answer question by the candidate one fourth or 0.25 of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as penalty.

Candidates shortlisted in the examination will be called for the interview which is common for all the banks.

Some of the books which can help candidates to prepare for their exams are suggested as below-

1) For General Awareness Preparation

2) For English Language Preparation

3) For Numerical Ability Preparation

4) For Logical Reasoning Preparation

4) For Computer Knowledge Preparation

Apart from these books, candidate can also refer previous year papers and CD based Test Series for practicing online for the IBPS Clerk exam.

We wish our candidates All The Best for the Upcoming Exams and wish them great future ahead!!

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NEET-PG is a mandatory test for gaining entry to MD/MS/PG Diploma Courses at all medical colleges under ambit of PGME Regulation of MCI. One hve to clear this exam to enter PG course.

The test time of 195 minutes includes – 15 minutes of test tutorial time and 180 minutes for attempting the test.

Neet PG 2013 question pattern will consist 240 multiple choice questions which will be divided subjectwise. There shall be no negative marking.

Subject with number of Questions:-
1 Anatomy – 20 Questions
2 Physiology – 20 Questions
3 Biochemistry – 20 Questions
4 Pathology – 15 Questions
5 Microbiology – 15 Questions
6 Pharmocology – 15 Questions
7 Forensic Medicine – 9 Questions
8 Ophthalmology – 9 Questions
9 ENT – 9 Questions
10 SPM, Statistics and Biomedical Research – 20 Questions
11 General Medicine – 21 Questions
12 Psychiatry – 4 Questions
13 Dermatology & STD – 4 Questions
14 General Surgery – 21 Questions
15 Orthopedics – 3 Questions
16 Anaesthesiology – 3 Questions
17 Radiology – 3 Questions
18 Obstetrics & Gynaecology – 20 Questions
19 Paediatrics – 9 Questions

Some of the books which can help candidates to prepare for NEET PG exams are suggested as below-

These books consists of all the related topics at one place.

We wish our candidates All The Best for the Upcoming Exams and wish them great future ahead!!

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Some tips that can help you to guide to prepare for Entrance Exams and can help you to get success in your coming exams.

Tip 1: Start early
Preparation for exams should begin earlier than the day before the test. You can’t cram an entire unit of information into an all-nighter. Get started at least a week before the exam.

Tip 2: Organize
Begin by making yourself a calendar outlining a daily schedule of topics for review. Cover a small amount of material for each class each day. Every time you complete a topic, give yourself a mini review.

Tip 3: Outline
Once you have decided what you need to study and how much time you need to spend studying, it is time to actually study. One of the best ways is to make succinct outlines. As you read over your textbook and class notes, write a brief summary for each topic. Highlight the areas in your outline that were most troublesome. When you have finished with all the material, you will have an outline you can review.

Tip 4: Make flashcards
Similar to outlining, making flashcards is a really helpful technique for studying. By writing down the information from your outline, you are already doing half the studying. Once the flashcards are complete, you will have a portable study packet to look over.

Tip 5: Get help
If you are having trouble memorizing something or a particular concept is just not sinking in, get help before it’s too late. Ask your teacher to go over a glitch you might be having. Or if memorizing 200 vocabulary words seems like too much to do, recruit your family members to quiz you with index cards.

Tip 6: Sleep
You need at least seven hours of sleep a night to function. Tests are designed to make you think. If you are sleep-deprived, you won’t be able to remember any of the information you worked so hard to cram into your brain.

Tip 7:Stay calm
Do not panic at the exam! Even if at first glance the test is overwhelming, remember to breathe. If a question seems too hard, answer all the questions you know, then return to the ones you left blank. Remind yourself that you are prepared.

Tip 8: Don’t rush
You have spent at least two weeks studying, so what’s another couple of minutes? Work through the exam slowly and read all the questions before answering them. If you are done before the time is up, look over your answers.

Tip 9: Relax post-exam
Don’t let panic overwhelm you. Even if you think you bombed the exam, worrying will not change your score. It may, however, affect your mindset for your next final. Zone out the last test and stay focused on the next one. Odds are, you didn’t do as badly as you think.

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Entrance exams are recognized as one of the most prestigious tests in India. A change has now been seen in the system of entrance test because now, not only universities but distance education colleges have also taken charge to conduct different types of entrance exams. The different types of entrance examinations in india are engineering entrance exams, medical entrance exams, law entrance exams, management entrance exams, science entrance exams, computer entrance exams, film/television entrance exams, state wise engineering/medical entrance exams, fashion & technology entrance exams and last but not the least online entrance exams.

Examination is a measurement of your abilities and progress that you have made and can further make in future. Similarly, the entrance exam helps to determine your skills, ability and knowledge that you have in the respective field so that you can easily grab the information and teaching very well when you enroll further degree.

When you score high and clear the entrance exam India, you get the right and eligibility to enter and take admission in your dream universities and colleges worldwide. Schedules, outline, test centers and rules regulations vary from one entrance exam to another. Some of the different types of entrance exams which we tried to cover are-Banking And Finance,Engineering,Law,MBA,Medical,UPSC etc.

Here we recommond some good books for the respective Entrance Test in which you are planning to appear so that we can help you a little to get success in exams.

Wish you All The Best!!

Common Admission Test (CAT) is a computer based test given in India to test Quantitative Ability, Data Interpretation, Verbal Ability and Logical Reasoning. The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) use the test as an important component in selecting students for the business administration programs.The test is conducted every year by one of the IIM’s based on a policy of rotation.
There will be two separately timed sections in the test. Once a section ends, candidates can no longer go back to it. The sections are
(a) Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation
(b) Verbal Ability & Logical Reasoning.
Each of the sections will have 50 questions with a duration of 1 hour and 10 minutes. Including a 15-minute tutorial before the start of the test which candidates are advised to go through, the total duration of the test will be 2 hours and 35 minutes.

Some of the books which can help candidates to prepare for their exams are suggested as below-

1) For Quantitative Ability Preparation

2) For Data Interpretation Preparation

3) For Verbal Ability Preparation

4) For Logical Reasoning Preparation

Apart from these books which can help the candidate to get success in exams is to practice previous year papers.

We wish our candidates All The Best for the Upcoming Exams and wish them great future ahead!!

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