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All You Need to Know About the NEET Exams 2023 in Kuwait

  • Publish date: Friday، 05 May 2023
All You Need to Know About the NEET Exams 2023 in Kuwait

The National Eligibility Common Entrance Test (NEET) UG will once again be held in Kuwait as a center outside of India. NEET (UG) 2023 will take place this year on Sunday, May 7th, starting at 11:30 am, at Indian Education School (Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan), Jleeb.

The National Testing Agency (NTA) released a number of instructions for students to abide by throughout the examination to ensure a smooth process.

On Sunday, May 7, 2023, from 11:30 AM to 02:50 PM (Kuwait time), the NTA will conduct the entrance test at the Indian Education School (Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan).

Candidates are urged to report at the time specified on their individual admit cards as the entrance test will last three hours and twenty minutes. Students must complete the test on paper using a black ballpoint pen that the NTA will supply. 


Candidates are advised to change the time listed on the Admit Card to the appropriate local time in Kuwait because it may be in Indian Standard Time.


After 10.45 AM (Kuwait time), no applicant will be allowed to enter the examination center. As a result, applicants are encouraged to arrive at the examination center well in advance, taking into account several aspects including traffic, the location of the examination center, and the weather, etc.

Students must access the NTA website at "https://neet.nta.nic.in" to download their admit cards. They are urged to carefully study the guidelines provided on the NTA website and on the admit card and to adhere to them strictly when the examination is being conducted.


The Exam Center won't have any parking spaces, either inside or outside. All are urged to set up drop-off and pick-up of the candidates at the entrance gate of the Exam Center in order to ensure an organized and quick admission of students.


At the registration counter, candidates must give their parents' or guardians' emergency contact information.
To avoid any problems on the day of the entrance test, candidates are encouraged to visit the examination site a day in advance to become familiar with the location and the drop-off/pickup point.

This year, more than 500 students from various Indian schools in Kuwait are scheduled to take the exam there.