NEET MDS FAQs | Frequently Asked Questions about Dental PG Prep

NEET MDS comes with a great opportunity for all the aspirants along with a bucket of questions striking in your mind regarding the same. You might do all the searching and read about your concerned topic over google and other platforms but there are so many things which will still build rooms in your brain and you will feel like clearing your doubts for Dental PG prep which is indeed very positive behaviour towards climbing the stairs of success. You must clear every topic that comes across your way.  

Regardless, your doubts might be very simple, and you might seem like a fool to pick it up. But keep in mind that all the PG NEET Dental doubts or NEET MDS questions raised by aspirants are valuable enough to be answered precisely. Every terminology and guidelines are deemed to make you understand. The questions that hit your mind may include the latest pattern of examination of MDS PG; how will the NEET dental exam be conducted? What would be the proper guidelines? And about the centre of examination of NEET MDS 2021, preparation, topic, or syllabus clearance. So, here we are, with the answers of most frequently asked questions by NEET MDS aspirants.  

We hope that you will get the answer you are searching for, at the end of the article. If not, feel free to post your question in comment section. 

  • What are the eligibility criteria for NEET MDS 2021?  

The aspirants who apply for NEET MDS examination must have completed their bachelor’s in DENTAL and surgery (BDS) and should be DCI or SDC approved.  

Aspirants must not be younger than 20 years of age.  

The aspirants must have completed 12 months of internship right after completing their bachelor’s degree, before March.  

  • What is the conducting authority of NEET MDS?  

NBE or National board of examination conducts this qualifying cum ranking examination for admission to various MDS courses across the country to complete their post-graduation 

  • What is the best time to start preparing for NEET MDS?  

It is suggested to start preparing for NEET MDS from the beginning of your internship. However, if your concepts are not good enough and if you have not been performing well in UG years then it is better to start in your third or fourth year. 

Read more about how you can prepare better for NEET MDS 

  • What is the exam pattern of NEET MDS?  

The question paper of NEET PG MDS has 240 questions. Part A consists of 100 questions and Part B will comprise of 140 questions. Each question carries 4 marks. You are given three hours straight to attempt your paper. The exam includes negative marking as well. One mark will be deducted for each wrong answer. 

The front page of the question paper states the given guidelines and rules to attempt the exam.  

  • Any there any recent changes made by NBE for NEET MDS?  

There are not any major changes in pattern made by NBE. However, there are two minor changes made by NBE. First is, increase in NEET MDS application fee and other is hike in number of exam centres.  

  • Could we change the centre for examination?  

No, the centres for NEET MDS exam allotted to the candidates cannot be changed. Hence, you must appear at your allotted centre to attempt your exam. 

  • Could we get a refund of the money once the PG NEET MDS form is submitted? 

No, the refund is not allowed. Once you fill the examination form for NEET MDS, you are deemed to be present at the exam day as per your allotted seat. If not, then you have no rights to ask the authority for your refund.  

Hopefully, we have now cleared the air for now and you have now the answers for all NEET MDS FAQs striking in your mind. Although, there could be many more misconceptions and questions to be asked by you. But these are the randomly and mostly asked questions by NEET MDS ASPIRANTS.  

If you have any other queries regarding the NEET MDS or its preparation in general, feel free to drop them in the comments section below and PULP – NEET MDS Prep Team will try to assist you in the best possible way.