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NEET answer key 2019 released, how to challenge at ntaneet.nic.in

NEET answer keys 2019: All the candidates who had appeared for the NEET 2019 can check the answer keys on the official website, ntaneet.nic.in The candidates can challenge the answer keys on payment of non-refundable processing fee of Rs.1000/- per answer challenged

By: Education Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: May 30, 2019 2:39:44 pm
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NEET answer keys 2019: The answer keys of the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET 2019) have been released by the National Testing Agency. All the candidates who had appeared for the NEET 2019 can check the answer keys on the official website, ntaneet.nic.in. The candidates can challenge the answer keys on payment of non-refundable processing fee of Rs.1000/- per answer challenged. The last date to apply is May 31 till 11:50 pm.

According to the experts, the general cut-off the NEET examination may vary between 125 to 135. “The expected general cut off for NEET qualified would vary between 125-135. But for admissions in colleges the cut off may vary 510-520,” Navin C Joshi, Academic Head at Gradeup said.

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NEET answer keys 2019: How to download?

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Step 1: Visit the official website- ntaneet.nic.in

Step 2: Click on the download answer key on the homepage

Step 3: Enter your registration number or roll number and password. Then click on submit

Step 4: A pdf file with answer key will open

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Step 5: Download, and take a print out for further reference.

NEET answer keys 2019: How to raise an objection?

Step 1: Click ‘Apply for KEY Challenge’.
Step 2: You will see 180 Questions (Physics/Chemistry/Biology (Botany & Zoology). They are in
sequential order. Select Question(s) that you wish to be challenged.
Step 3: The number next to the question under the column ‘Answer as per NTA stands for the correct
answer key to be used by NTA.
Step 4: Once you select any question for the challenge, you will see four options under the column ‘Suggested
Answer(s) by the Candidate’.
Step 5: If you wish to challenge, you may use anyone or more of the Option IDs given in the next four
columns by clicking the check box.
Step 5: After clicking your desired option for all questions you want to challenge, scroll down, ‘Submit’
and move to next screen.
Step 6: You will find a screen displaying your challenges.
Step 7: Pay the processing fee and click on ‘Go for Payment”.
Step 8: Select mode of payment and pay your processing fee which is Rs 1,000 for each question challenged.
Make payment through Debit/Credit Card/Net Banking.
Step 9: After successful payment download/print the key challenge receipt.
Step 10: In case your challenge is found correct, your processing fee will be refunded in the same account.

About the NEET 

The NEET is a three-hour long exam which includes three sections – physics, chemistry, and biology. Of the total 180 questions, 90 would be from biology and 45 each from physics and chemistry. The national level competitive exam is a pre-requisite for admission to medical and dental courses in India and abroad for Indian students.

Over 15 lakh candidates have registered for the NEET examination that was conducted in 156 cities across the country. The number of students has gone up from 13 lakh last year to 15 lakh this year. The reason could be making NEET mandatory for Indian students aspiring to pursue medicine abroad as well. But with the increase in the competition, applicants will have to work a lot harder to reach their goal.

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