We are all aware that many of our country’s most important tests are administered by the National Testing Agency (NTA). The exam dates have been released, and students have started asking for extensions. In 2023, the NEET exam will be held on May 7th.
In 2023, there are expected to be about 17 million people who take the NEET PG exam. The NEET examinations may be rescheduled, as has been hinted at by the relevant authorities. Candidate groups do seek a postponement. This test serves as a requirement for entry into a wide variety of programmes. This is the method by which applicants to MBBS programmes at AIIMS and JIPMER are selected.
They should use this time well to study for the exam. The official exam dates will be announced soon. At least until they get another chance to drill on familiar questions. Hundreds of thousands of people across the country and beyond will take the exam.
Those hoping to take the NEET required additional time to study. The date of their exam may conflict with one of yours. They’re asking for a 30- to 40-day pause. As a result, they’ve asked for the test to be rescheduled.
Exam format, curriculum, and other details indicated above will be the same regardless of any date changes that may occur. Appropriately timed distribution of admission tickets will occur. Candidates must access the NTA’s testing portal (NTA). It also includes a bulletin with information that can be used to confirm the question distribution across different sections.
Can NEET PG 2023 Be Postponed?
It’s unclear if the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2023 would be rescheduled, but if rumours from a few credible sources are to be believed, the test will be pushed back by 2 or 3 weeks, making NEET PG 2023 take place in the third or final week of May. It is important for students to understand that rescheduling an exam will not alter its structure.
You are aware that the National Testing Agency has not yet published the notification for the beginning of the registration process for the NEET PG 2023, but that it is expected to do so in February or March 2022. Aspirants should be aware that while approximately 95,000 students enrolled in MBBS, BDS, BSc Nursing, and AYUSH courses took the exam in 2018, more than 15 lakhs students are expected to take the exam this year.
Visit For Latest Updates INDFLARE