International student looking to study in India

Hi I’m a Malaysian student that is looking to study in vet schools in India. I currently hold 9 subjects at GCSE level and I will be taking my A-levels in Oct 2020. I am taking 3 subjects for A-levels (Math, Biology and Chemistry). Do I have to take the NEET exam to enter India’s universities? If so, is there any way for a student that doesn’t take Physics to take the exam?

Students who have studied outside India and want admission in medical colleges in India must have passed in Chemistry, Physics, English and Biology/Biotechnology with 50% marks in Class XII and their equivalency is determined by the Association of Indian Universities as MCI regulations and the concerned university.

This includes candidates who took the IB (International Baccalaureate)/GCSE/Advanced Placement curriculum in school.

International Baccalaureate Students in India are also eligible for NEET 2020.

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I see, thank you so much for your help.

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