Difference Between AIPMT and NEET:- AIPMT stands for All India Pre Medical Test where as NEET stands for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test. It is very common for students to confuse the two exams. The All India Pre Medical Test and the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test are both exams which students must appear for if they are interested in getting admission into colleges which provide under graduate degrees for courses like MBBS and BDS. These test results are applicable for admission only into government medical colleges all over India. Private colleges conduct their own exams and do not consider the marks achieved in NEET or AIPMT.
Major Differences btw NEET and AIPMT:-
AIPMT will be conducted only for the 15% National quota in all the government colleges all over India. NEET will be conducted for the 100% seats in colleges. In places without this quota, students will not be able to appear for the All India Pre Medical Test. Also, the number of papers is different in both. In AIPMT students have to give a preliminary examination before they can appear for the main examination whereas in NEET, only one exam is conducted.
NEET was earlier conducted in two phases, now the first phase is called AIPMT. According to a Kota-based IIT Coaching Centre, the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is supposed to be more difficult in comparison to the All India Pre Medical Test. Both have the same dress code, pattern of the paper and time limit for the exams.
A few coaching classes have decided on having two separate courses for students who want to appear for AIPMT and for students who want to appear for NEET. AIPMT consists of Negative marking for both its exams, i.e. prelims as well as the main paper whereas NEET does not have negative marking. The number of questions differs as well. In AIPMT preliminary examination there are 200 questions, whereas in the main examination there are 120 questions. In NEET the total number of questions is 180.
AIPMT Vs NEET :-
Students Check here the Difference between the AIPMT Exam & NEET Exam 2016.After the results are announced, a cut-off list, as well as a merit list, will be released based on these marks. According to the lists, students will be called for counselling where they will get a chance to select a college from the ones available to them according to their score in the AIPMT or NEET.
We hope that all the students are able to get the marks that they worked hard for and are successful in getting admission into colleges of their choices.