NEET exam is conducted by the NTA (national testing agency). There are 180 MCQ type questions in NEET exam. The weightage of Each MCQ is 4 marks so the total marks are 720. There is a negative marking system in the exam as each wrong answer will cost deduction of 1 mark. This exam is taken in INDIA once in every year for the students who want to get admission in MBBS, BDS, BHMS and BAMS.

Aspirants or students who are preparing for NEET Exam should read and solve the previous years papers of NEET Exam. This will help the aspirants to increase their aptitude level and it can also help to increase the problem solving capacity .This will boost the preparation for NEET.

By these previous years papers of NEET exam, students get rough idea about the weightage of different chapters of PCB (Physics, Chemistry and, Biology) subject and they can aware about the type of questions asked in NEET Exam. Students can also get the idea about the difficulty level of questions which were asked in exam.

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The students who had set their goal to get admission in MBBS, they should solve the previous years papers of NEET. Students can learn time management in exam by solving previous year papers of NEET. This is one of the most important aspects of NEET exam. If one has prepared very well for NEET Exam without learning time management then one can’t score well in the exam. Thus, to increase your speed of paper solving, be it any type of questions, calculative or theoretical, can be achieved by solving NEET papers and mock test.

Solving NEET previous year papers can helpful in deciding that in the exam, which subject will be attended first to complete your paper on time. NEET aspirants can become aware of his/her preparation level for exam as he/she solve the papers.

If you solve the NEET previous years papers then your confidence increases and exam related phobias, anxiety, stress decreases. You can develop a positive approach towards your exam which can ultimately help you crack the exam & thereby your goal can be achieved.