Manipal MBBS admission will be done on the basis of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2017 rank. Students preparing for Manipal MBBS admission need to appear NEET UG 2017. Admission into Manipal Medical college will be based NEET UG 2017 rank. Prepare yourself for getting a good rank with EntranceIndia Neet UG 2017 Preparation courses. Choose one course from the list of courses given below.

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MANIPAL MBBS 2016 Entrance Exam Pattern:

For Courses like MBBS, BDS, BPharm & PharmD the student must have Physics, Chemistry, Biology as his/her subject.

MANIPAL MBBS Entrance will 2 hours and 30 mins test.

The test consists of 200 multiple choice questions (MCQ).

For each given question, the applicant must choose the right, or the closest, answer from among the choices given.

All questions are multiple choice questions and you are required to select the correct answer from the given choices.

Only one of the given responses is correct or the most appropriate. You need to click on the button next to the answer.

The approximate distribution of questions is as follows:

Physics:– 50 Questions;

Chemistry:– 50 Questions;

Biology:– 70 Questions;

English & General Aptitude:– 30 Questions.

A correct answer will be awarded one mark; a wrong answer or unanswered questions will be awarded no marks.