NEET 2021 Ends, All You Need To Know About Answer Key, Result, Counselling
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Undergraduate (NEET) UG 2021 ended at 5 pm today. The exam was conducted as a pen and paper based test and answer keys, along with question papers and provisional answer keys will be released soon on the exam website, neet.nta.nic.in.
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Undergraduate (NEET) UG 2021 ended at 5 pm today. The exam was conducted as a pen and paper based test and answer keys, along with question papers and provisional answer keys will be released soon on the exam website, neet.nta.nic.in. Soon, many coaching institutes will release paper analysis, question papers and answer keys using inputs from students who appeared in the exam. For the official answer key, which will be considered for results, students will have to wait for some time.
Here are five points on post-exam activities students must know:
This year, there will be one more phase of NEET 2021 registration and students should check the official website, neet.nta.nic.in regularly for updates. Failing to complete the second phase of registration may lead to non-publishing of results.
NEET 2021 provisional answer key, question papers and candidates’ response sheets, as per last year’s trends, can be expected within a week to 15 days. Students will be allowed to raise objections to the provisional answer key, after which the final version will be released. The final answer key is used for calculating NEET 2021 results.
Calculate your NEET 2021 result using this formula: Total NEET 2021 score = (number of correct answers x 4) - (number of incorrect answers)
NEET 2021 result will be published along with the all India rank list. This year, the NTA has removed a candidate's higher age as a criteria for breaking ties. This could mean more students will get the same rank.
After NEET 2021 counselling, state and national-level counselling bodies will begin NEET 2021 counselling for 85 per cent state quota and 15 per cent all-India quota admissions. The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will conduct 15 per cent AIQ counselling for MBBS and BDS seats. More details about different counselling bodies can be found on the NEET exam website.