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NEET Super Specialty 2020 Admit Card Soon At Nbe.edu.in | Exams On Sept 15

The National Board of Examinations (NBE) is all set to release the NEET SS admit cards soon. The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test – Super Speciality (NEET SS) registered candidates can download the hall tickets from the NBE website — nbe.edu.in. NEET SS is held as an eligibility-cum-ranking test for admission to various DM or MCh courses as per the Indian Medical Council (Amendment) Act, 2016.

The registration for NEET SS 2020 began on August 3.

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The eligibility test of NEET SS 2020 will comprise 40 per cent questions from all the eligible feeder-broad specialty courses and the remaining 60 per cent from the super specialty course selected by the candidates.

The exam is scheduled to be held on September 15 through social distanced computer-based test, or SD-CBT. The NBE has also provided the aspirants of NEET SS 2020 to take mock tests so that they can accustom themselves with the exam pattern. Candidates can take the NEET SS mock tests at the official website of NBE.

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Step 1: Visit the official website of NBE — nbe.edu.in

Step 2: Select the tab designated for NEET-SS

Step 3: Login at the applicants’ portal

Step 4: Insert the user ids and passwords

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Step 5: Submit and download the NEET SS 2020 admit card

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