The National Eligibility Cumulative Entrance Test for Undergraduate (NEET) UG 2021 was concluded on September 12. The exam was held in pen and paper mode.
The NEET (UG) 2021 answer key, as well as provisional answer key, will be uploaded on the official website, neet.nta.nic.in soon. Many coaching institutes will soon release unofficial paper analysis, question papers, and answer keys based on input from students who appeared in the exam. Students will have to wait a while for the official answer key, which will be used to determine the results.
NEET 2021: Steps to check the answer key
- Step 1: Visit the official NEET website at neet.nta.nic.in
- Step 2: Click on the link on the home page that says ‘NEET 2021 Answer Keys’
- Step 3: Check the answer keys’
- Step 4: Download and take a printout for future reference
NEET 2021: Important points to remember
There will be one more NEET 2021 registration phase this year. Students are advised to check the official website, neet.nta.nic.in, for updates. If the second phase of registration is not completed, the results may not be published.
According to previous years’ trends, the provisional answer key, question papers, and candidates’ response sheets for NEET 2021 can be expected within a week to 15 days. Students will have the opportunity to object to the provisional answer key before the final version is released. The NEET 2021 results are calculated using the final answer key.
Calculate your NEET 2021 result using this formula: Total NEET 2021 score = (number of correct answers x 4) – (number of incorrect answers)
The NEET 2021 result will be released along with the all-India rank list. The NTA has removed a candidate’s older age as a criterion for breaking ties this year. This could result in a higher number of students receiving the same grade.
Following NEET 2021 counselling, state and national-level counselling bodies will begin NEET 2021 counselling for 85 per cent state quota admissions and 15 per cent all-India quota admissions. For MBBS and BDS seats, the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will conduct 15 per cent AQI counselling. The NEET exam website has more information about various counselling bodies.
NEET 2021: Steps to raise an objection
- Step 1: Visit the official website of NEET at neet.nta.nic.in
- Step 2: Click on the ‘Key Challenge’ link which will be present on the home page’
- Step 3: Enter his or her login ID and password
- Step 4: candidates will be able to see their response ID and the correct option for each question
- Step 5: Click on the check box of the key, he or she wants to challenge
- Step 6: Pay the processing fee and submit