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NEXT exam will be in 2022 or 2023?

NEXT exam will be in 2022 or 2023?

All MBBS students are witnessing a major storm over upcoming NEXT exam. After some viral updates on social media. But Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya confirmed next in 2023.According to Latest NMC Draft Next exam is on 10th of Jan 2023.

Before there is a mock test in 2022. So that students should know the basic question pattern of Next exam.

Now, Eligibility for Next exam, candidate should be final year mbbs student or completed their internship. Next will be conducted in Two Parts.

Next 1: is for PG courses admission, Objective type questions will be asked from all 19 subjects. To complete all the syllabus which is important from Next point of view. Students need to study horizontal and vertical integration patterns. To know what it is register for demo

Next 2: Practical Oriented exam, only after internship.

To know when to start for next preparation go through this informative video of Dr.Lalit Patil from Bright EduWorld Next online coaching link

For Example Consider the students from 2017 batch, if they are the first batch to appear for NEXT exam. They need to clear Next1 first, which is their final year exam only. After clearing Next 1 they can go for an internship which is a one year rotatory internship. After internship Next 2 Exam. Whatever they studied in internship will be asked in Next2.It is just a pass/fail type of exam.

NEXT 1 score is valid for 3 Years which means if candidate appears in 2023 for NEXT 1, And if he/she clears exam then only he will be able to go for internship, after internship NEXT 2 exam. If he/she clears NEXT 2 then only he will get a license. NEXT 1 score is considered for post graduation admission.If the score is not suitable for pg admission. He/she need to wait to complete degree and then can appear NEXT 1 Again.

So the basic motto to explain all these things is that students need to take this exam seriously and to start preparing for it from the start i.e. from 1st year itself.

– Amrapali Babar

Counselor
Bright EduWorld

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