Bengaluru: Era Foundation, the organizers of COMED-K (Karnataka’s Engineering seat selection and counselling forum) launches MyNEET, the only national-level mock exam for NEET (Medical seat selection test) in India. The exam aims at giving candidates an experience of writing the real ‘National Eligibility cum Entrance Test’ in a simulated environment. MyNEET will be conducted on 4th January, 2020, at around 400 centers across India.
NEET is one of the most competitive exams in India with a success rate of only 15%. Every year over 15 lakhs students attempt NEET competing for 75,000 seats in medical colleges across India.
Mr. Muralidhar, CEO, Era Foundations, says, “The experience of writing NEET for the first time can be unnerving for the students, considering its scope and scale. We strongly feel giving a mock exam in a simulated environment can be invaluable to these students. The questions in the mock exam are set by educators keeping in mind the same difficulty level and complexity as NEET. The educators are subject matter experts who have experience in setting questions for All India Entrance Exams.”
“We will also give the candidates a detailed and personalized report of their performance. This will help them understand where they stand in pan-India competition, their strengths, weaknesses and know exactly which topics they need to work harder on to improve their ranking,” Mr. Muralidhar further adds.
MyNEET follows the same protocol as the NEET exam in all aspects, including the need to visit physical test centers for the exam and is monitored by invigilators along with the expected dress code. The only difference if any is that MyNEET is conducted online in these test centres while the main NEET is a written exam. The registrations for the exam are open from 15th November to 22nd December 2019.