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In this article, we will talk about JEE and NEET, two very popular and competitive exams. We will break both these exams down and analyse their differences. Knowing the differences will help you make the first of many important career decisions. So, read on to find out. Download the Entri App to help you in the competitive exam scene. With tons of Mock Tests and quizzes, you will have an edge over the other competitors.
JEE vs NEET
In this segment, we will talk about JEE and NEET. Also, we will analyse the differences between them. It will help settle your dilemma. So, read on to find out more.
JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) is an engineering entrance examination conducted for admission to various engineering colleges in India. It is constituted by two different examinations – JEE Main and the JEE Advanced. It serves as a Common Entrance Test for a total of 24 Indian Institute of Technology campuses, 32 National Institute of Technology campuses, 18 Indian Institute of Information Technology campuses and 19 other Government Funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs). Admission is granted based on the rank obtained by a student in JEE Mains and JEE Advanced.
Eligibility: Those who passed their 12th-grade exam in 2018, 2019 and 2020 may write the JEE 2020. The candidate must have taken at least 5 subjects in their 12th-grade. To write the exam, the minimum marks required is 75 per cent or top 20 percentile in the grade 12 exam conducted by respective Boards. For reserved candidates, the minimum is 65 per cent.
Subjects: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
|Mathematics||Physics||Chemistry||Section B: Inorganic Chemistry||Section C: Organic Chemistry|
|Sets, relations, and functions||Physics And Measurement||Some Basic Concepts In Chemistry||Classification Of Elements And Periodicity In Properties||Purification And Characterization Of Organic Compounds|
|Complex numbers and quadratic equations||Kinematics||States Of Matter||General Principles And Processes Of Isolation Of Metals||Some Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry|
|Matrices and determinants||Laws Of Motion||Atomic Structure||Hydrogen||Hydrocarbons|
|Permutations and combinations||Work, Energy, and Power||Chemical Bonding And Molecular Structure||S – Block Elements (Alkali And Alkaline Earth Metals)||Organic Compounds Containing Halogens|
|Mathematical induction||Rotational Motion||Chemical Thermodynamics||P – Block Elements||Organic Compound, Containing Oxygen Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers, Carboxylic Acids|
|Binomial theorem and its simple applications||Gravitation||Solutions||D – And F – Block Elements||Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen|
|Sequences and series||Properties Of Solids And Liquids||Equilibrium||Co-Ordination Compounds||Polymers|
|Limit, continuity, and differentiability||Thermodynamics||Redox Reactions And Electrochemistry||Environmental Chemistry||Biomolecules|
|Integral calculus||Kinetic Theory Of Gases||Chemical Kinetics||–||Chemistry In Everyday Life|
|Differential equations||Oscillations And Waves||Surface Chemistry||–||Principles Related To Practical Chemistry|
|Three-dimensional geometry||Current Electricity||–||–||–|
|Vector algebra||Magnetic Effects Of Current And Magnetism||–||–||–|
|Statistics and probability||Electromagnetic Induction And Alternating Currents||–||–||–|
|–||Dual Nature Of Matter And radiation||–||–||–|
|–||Atoms And Nuclei||–||–||–|
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (Undergraduate is an entrance examination in India for students who wish to study undergraduate medical courses (MBBS) and dental courses (BDS) in government or private medical and dental colleges in India.
The undergraduate NEET (UG), for MBBS and BDS courses, is currently conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA), NEET-UG is a single entrance test for admissions to more than 66,000 MBBS and BDS seats across India.
After the enactment of NMC Act 2019 in September 2019, NEET-UG became common all India entrance test for admissions to medical colleges in India including the All India Institutes of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research (JIPMER).
Eligibility: Applicant must attain 17 years of age by 31st December 2020. There is no upper age limit for the exam as per an interim order of the Supreme Court. However, the candidature of aspirants more than 25 years of age is subject to the Supreme Courts’ orders.
Candidates who have completed or appearing in Class 12th with minimum 5 subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Biology or with science subjects are eligible for the exam. Candidates of distance learning or private students and those who have studied Biology as an additional subject are also eligible for the NEET 2020. NEET 2020 demands a candidate should score a minimum of 50% for General category, 45% for General-EWS, 45% for OBC and 40% for SC/ST/PWD. Candidates in the 12thlevel must have secured minimum 50% marks for General & General-EWS categories; 45% marks for PH & 40% marks for SC/ST/OBC category candidates in PCB group. Candidates can appear for the exam as many times, that is there is no limit on the number of attempts for NEET 2020.
Subjects: Chemistry, Physics and Biology
|Physical World & Measurement||Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry||Diversity in Living World|
|Kinematics||Structure of Atom||Structural Organisation in Animals and Plants|
|Laws of Motion||Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties||Cell Structure and Function|
|Work, Energy & Power||Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure||Plant Physiology|
|Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body||States of Matter: Gasses & Liquids||Human physiology|
|Gravitation||Thermodynamics||Genetics and Evolution|
|Properties of Bulk Matter||Equilibrium||Biology and Human Welfare|
|Thermodynamics||Redox Reactions||Biotechnology and Its Applications|
|Behavior of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory||Hydrogen||Ecology and environment|
|Oscillations and Waves||s-Block Element (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals)||–|
|Current Electricity||Some p-Block Elements||–|
|Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism||Organic Chemistry- Some Basic Principles and Techniques||–|
|Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents||Hydrocarbons||–|
|Electromagnetic Waves||Environmental Chemistry||–|
|Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation||Electrochemistry||–|
|Atoms and Nuclei||Chemical Kinetics||–|
|Electronic Devices||Surface Chemistry||–|
|–||Isolation of Elements||–|
|–||p- Block Elements||–|
|–||d and f Block Elements||–|
|–||Haloalkanes and Haloarenes||–|
|–||Alcohols, Phenols, and Ethers||–|
|–||Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids||–|
|–||Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen||–|
|–||Chemistry in Everyday Life||–|
This was the article highlighting the main differences between JEE and NEET. Use this as a guideline to decide on your career path; Medical or Engineering. Both are competitive exams and require immense dedication and study. The best companion app to do so is the Entri App. With tons of mock tests and classes, you will gain an edge over other aspirants. Click here to find out how mock tests can improve your score. This is the time to prepare. Good Luck.