NEET is the eligibility and entrance test for admission to government and private medical institutions in India and overseas, making it one of the country’s most challenging competitive exams. It is not true that every NEET candidate devotes their entire attention to test preparation, but 70 to 80 percent of them do their utmost to succeed.
There are only 83,000 MBBS places in India, and the applications totaled 16.8 lakhs. It is the most challenging competition with the highest stress levels, and a single blunder will cost you the precious opportunity. Given the level of competitiveness, it is unavoidable that every mark matters, and a single error costs you more than you deserve.
With the tight competition and minor errors costing applicants, it is critical to recognize your mistakes and learn from them to avoid repeating them.