Frequently Asked Questions

NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) is the eligibility & entrance test for all medical colleges in India (Except AIIMS & JIPMER). Honourable Supreme court in its Judgement have ruled that all medical colleges (Government, Government aided, private or deemed universities) must draw its merit list from the common merit list of NEET.

NEET is conducted by CBSE (from 2019 it will be by National Testing Service).

NEET is an objective paper 180 Single option Correct questions of 3hrs duration


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There is no separate cut off marks for different state. Any student in the top 50th percentile is declared eligible

From 2020, AIIMS and JIPMER admissions will also be through NEET


Pacemaker – Two year classroom program for NEET and other Medical entrance exam

One Year Classroom program for Class XII Studying students.

One Year Classroom Program for XII appeared/Pass Students

First, no child is average, all are talented. They may or may not be inclined towards studies. Our aim is first to make them interested and incline them towards their academic goal (Refer Goal Setting). If you think Boards and Competitive exam two different entity, it builds pressure. At FIITJEE there is no separate preparation for NEET or Boards. We have told earlier that we focus on conceptual learning. If a student is through with the concepts, then it doesn’t matter what kind of exam it is. A simple orientation towards exams can make a difference.

We take different steps/use tools to cater to students of different need

  1. Monitored Assignment solving
  2. Reshuffling of batches
  3. Goal setting (See detail in the next question)
  4. Brain-warfare classes – These classes are for those students who have already completed their basic package and archive. More advanced questions will be discussed
  5. Remedial and doubt clearing sessions

FIITJEE’S Academic programs are based on the following features

  1. Structured Course Structure: The whole course is divided appropriately in several phases
  2. Excellent Teaching : Our Faculty will teach the subject from basics and make it easy for the child the understand
  3. Meticulous Practice : Study material, Archive, compendiums, workbooks, e-Cult Metamorphosis
  4. Testing : We have devised multiple testing platforms which tests students regularly both locally and nationally. The students are given practice in abundance in all patterns. Our students are also given online testing facilities.
  5. Test Analysis : All tests are analysed in class by faculty
  6. Reporting : Comprehensive reports are given for each tests, which includes concept wise and question wise analysis.
  7. FEEDBACK and PTM : We take regular feedbacks and discuss with parents regarding the performance of the students.

FIITJEE believes that in any success, student’s contribution is 90% and parent, teachers & Institute contributes the rest 10%. With this philosophy, FIITJEE has developed a student centric approach to ensure the students efficiency is maximised through a monitored flow of concept wise analysis.

To ensure the efficient concept wise monitoring becomes practically possible for each student, we have brought the Cult Metamorphosis on a platform through a customizes and controlled Tablet PC.

Some of the advantages of e-Cult Metamorphosis, which is expressly offered for FIITJEE students: -

  1. Daily assignment based on the topics covered.
  2. Step wise metamorphosis from Board to JEE Main/NEET to JEE Advanced/AIIMS.
  3. Concept-wise and/or chapter-wise tests, taken with the advantage of home comforts
  4. Online Class Tests
  5. Immediate assessment
  6. Insight for teachers into students’ performance – their strengths & weaknesses to work on
  7. Personalized teacher attention
  8. Better Doubt Removal sessions
  9. Constructive pointed feedback to Students
  10. Ensuring continuous progress of students methodically

There are several tools through which a teacher monitors the performance of the students. First, the classroom interaction of the teacher and student forms the most basic part of the monitoring process, through this a teacher gets much better insight about the child’s potential, abilities and efforts.

After every test a teacher gets a complete report of the performance of the student and the batch. This report includes individual marks statement (with highest and average), question wise analysis and concept wise analysis.

As we have brought the assignment solving online, the teacher receives Realtime performance report about their assignments.

Test analysis session is another area where a faculty member comes to know about the areas of concern for your child.

Last but not the least, regular PTM helps the teacher to get an insight from the parent perspective.

No, The objective in class VI, VII & VIII is to improve IQ & thinking skills and build strong foundation in subject to achieve milestones like NSEJS & NTSE in Class IX & X.

In Class IX & X we focus on building a very strong foundation in science & Mathematics generate interest in these subjects. Keeping NEET as the main goal, we encourage students to achieve milestones like NSEJS & NTSE. It also gives the students the benefits of starting early.

There are several reasons why joining FIITJEE in class IX will benefit the students

  1. We have designed our programs as Four year/Three years for students of class IX/X for a seamless preparation for JEE/NEET.
  2. Students are oriented towards Competitive exams early on. They get exposure to national level competitive exams like NTSE and NSEJS apart from All India Internal Test Series.
  3. Across the country in all syllabi, there is a huge gap between class X and XI curriculum. Starting in class XI would mean a student would lose sufficient time in adjusting with the new system.
  4. You will have ideally distributed the workload over four years. Hence, the training will not look like a burden at any point of time.
  5. Moreover, we start the curriculum of class XI in class X itself, thus finishing syllabus early and giving sufficient time for revision, which is very necessary for JEE.

Competitive exams don’t follow syllabus of any particular board, but take components of all syllabus. The difference lies in the testing pattern. In State board it is more of memory based whereas, in competitive exams its purely analytical and reasoning based. Any student who prepares systematically with focus and interest can compete in any national level test.

In fact to help the students of state board we designed separate program for students of state board from class IX to XI.