Maharashtra State Education Minister, Varsha Gaikwad after consultation with state chief minister, Uddhav Thackeray has announced the postponement of Maharashtra Board HSC and SSC exams to May and June respectively.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) released the datasheet of classes 10 and 12 examinations on 2 February 2021. The exams are scheduled to be held from May 4 to June 10 in offline mode. Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank announced the datasheet through a video message and wished students for the exams.
MHT-CET 2021 is expected to be conducted in the second week of May 2021 in a computer-based format. MHT-CET exam offers admission to undergraduate engineering, pharmacy, and agriculture courses such as B.Tech/ B.E, Pharma D, and B.Pharmacy offered at colleges in Maharashtra.
The NTA has written to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) requesting if the NEET exam 2021 can be conducted twice a year. Currently, the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test - NEET is conducted annually for admission to 82,950 MBBS and 26,949 BDS seats in the country. With increasing the number of NEET attempts in a year, the NTA has also asked the ministry if the exam can be conducted in an online mode.
The March session of the JEE exam is scheduled to be held across the country from March 15 to 18. Thus, Our experts have gathered a list of essential preparation strategies to crack the exam in the first attempt.
The students are anxiously awaiting the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET 2021) exam dates. Now, Recently after the number of attempts for the JEE Main 2021 was increased from twice to four times a year, NEET aspirants are demanding an increase in the number of attempts for the NEET 2021.
MHT-CET is one of the biggest state entrance exams for Engineering admissions in Maharashtra, that is why students don't want to miss a chance to appear and qualify in the exam. Knowing all the aspects of the MHT-CET Exam, a candidate can feel confident to crack Maharashtra CET and proceed with the preparation respectively.
Yes, It is a fact that Physics is the most difficult and twisted subject in NEET 2021. To balance the preparation between Physics and the other subjects is quite tiresome. Statistics prove it is. But yet Various NEET toppers over the years have done it, and so can you. To help you deal with physics, here are some effective tips that provide a fundamental strategy to overcome the fear of physics.
As per IIT Delhi Director Prof. Ramgopal Rao, the exam dates for the January session of JEE Main 2021 can be delayed by a month. But JEE aspirants should be prepared for whatever comes their way. Checkout JEE Main 2021 Subject-Wise Guide Study Plan
NEET 2021 is just 6 months away. If there is any time to kick start your preparation for NEET, it is now! Any further delay can be late. Cracking the NEET exam in just 6 months is tough, but with the right strategizing and execution techniques, you can score good marks. Following are 5 key tips that can help you to prepare for NEET 2021 in 6 months
Revising the complete JEE Syllabus is impossible without handmade notes, which summarizes all the important topics to save you time as you can revise all important concepts quickly. The habit of making notes saves the hours of the time of going from one book to another since everything is in one place only. Refer to the following short tips to make the best short notes while preparing for IIT-JEE:
Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHT CET) is a state-level entrance exam conducting by State Common Entrance Test Cell, Mumbai annually to provide admissions into Medical and Engineering courses. MHT CET Exam has a huge competition & one of the tough exams in India. To get admission students should choose the right preparation resources and prepare well for the examination.
NEET is one of the tough entrance exams in the country where more than 10 lacs students compete with each other for nearly 1 lac medical seats. Competition is tough, thus required preparation needs to be top-notch. In this post, we are providing steps to start the NEET Preparation.
Clearing JEE requires a lot of determination, dedication, theoretical in-depth knowledge, your keen interest in topics/ subjects, and learning smartly and efficiently. With colleges and coaching institutes shut, students are wondering, how they can effectively prepare for JEE 2021 in this pandemic.
To help JEE Aspirants, Our team of Experts have come up with a complete last month strategy to prepare for the JEE Advanced 2021.
Last month's preparation for MHT-CET along with a disciplined study routine, revision, and mock tests can build up confidence. Below are some effective last month preparation strategies.
To perform well in NEET 2021, candidates can utilize certain last minute preparation tips for cracking NEET 2021. These Preparation strategies play an important role in the days leading up to the exams.
To score well in MHT-CET 2021, clarity of concept and mastery with the question types is required. So revision of concepts will hold the key. One should prepare a list of concepts for every topic. Then they should mark the concepts in which they are weak.
With a month left, it is important to keep the momentum alive during the last and the most crucial stage of the JEE Main preparatory journey. To score well in JEE Main, clarity of concept and mastery with the question types is required. So revision of concepts will hold the key. Revise the chapters accordingly.
If becoming a doctor is your biggest dream in life, then it is essential for you to clear NEET - the All India Medical entrance examination for getting admission into medical and dental courses.
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