By | 03 Aug 2020 at 12:14 PM
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NEET SS application form update: The National Board of Education (NBE) is all set to release NEET SS application form today, August 3.

While then NBE had already released the schedule of the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test for Super Specialty- NEET SS 2020, it includes, availability of official brochure, application form, exam date and result declaration date.

According to latest updates, NEET SS application form will be made available from 3:00 PM of August 3 and will available on the official website till August 23, 2020. Candidates, who are appearing for the exam scheduled to be conducted on September 15, 2020 in computer-based mode, are advised to check NEET SS application form download process mentioned below.

NEET SS application form: Steps to download online

  • Visit the official website, nbe.edu.in
  • Click on the link on the homepage which says ‘NEET SS application form’
  • Download the NEET SS application form.

NEET SS application form: FAQs

Is NEET SS application form available online?

No, NEET SS application form is not available online. Once released, NEET SS application form will be available on the official website.

When will NEET SS application form release?

NEET SS application form is expected to release anytime soon. Candidates are advised to check NEET SS application form download process mentioned above.

NEET SS application form: Important instructions while downloading scores online

NEET SS 2020 Application Form shall be filled and submitted online.

NEET SS 2020 will be conducted online as a computer-based test

The examination is conducted for admissions in D/MCh courses like cardiology, urology, neurosurgery etc.

The total number of questions in the entrance examination will be 100 and the time allotted will be 3 hours and 30 minutes.

NEET SS 2020: Examination Highlights

Name of the examination: National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (Super Specialty Courses)

Conducting Body: National Board of Examinations (NBE)

Mode of the exam: Computer-based (Online mode)

Frequency of the examination: Once a year

Courses offered: DM/ MCh

Duration of the examination: 3 hours and 30 minutes

Type of questions asked: MCQ

Total number of questions: 100

Negative marking : Yes

Qualifying criteria: 50 percentile and above