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The National Testing Agency (NTA) will release the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2021 answer key shortly. When the answer key is made public at nta.neet.nic.in, applicants for medical exams can raise their objections about the answer key and then calculate their scores using the same method. All objections to the answer will be investigated and the answer key for the final exam will be made available afterward. The National Testing Agency (NTA) is expected to announce its National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2021 answer key for the series M, N, O, P, for the entire 1 to 6 series in the coming days. Participants who took the NEET-UG 2021 test on the 12th of September 2021, can download the answer key from the official website.
Know-How to Estimate Score Using Answer Key:
To determine the score students should be aware of the scoring system that is used for the entrance exam. For each correctly answered question, four points will be given as well as one mark will be taken for every incorrect answer. Candidates should note that there isn’t any mark deducted for questions that are not attempted. The score is 720. This means that if the 180 multiple option questions are multiplied by 4 this will result in 720 marks. In order to calculate scores, students have to determine the correct answer count following the answer key, multiplied by four. Percentile scores are calculated using the formula 100 times the total number of applicants who showed up with the raw score being divided by total candidates who took part.
NEET 2021 Tie-Breaker Rule:
If two students scored the same scores, then NTA will use the tie-breaker rules. Candidates with better scores for biology would be considered first. If the marks in biology are identical candidates with better grades in the chemistry area will be chosen first. If the marks stay the same, the applicant with the smallest negative marks will get preference.
There was a time when there was a requirement for age, which meant the older candidates were preferred, however, this rule has been removed. The previous year, Soyeb Aftab and Akanksha Singh had both scored the same marks. However, Syoeb was given rank 1. Akanksha received rank 2. Despite scoring 100% marks since Soyeb was older than Singh.
To be able to pass NEET the candidates must attain at least 50 percentile scores, but this is only for students who fall under the non reserved category. Students who belong in the category of the reserve, such as SC, ST, must achieve 40 percentile marks and those with disabilities must achieve 45 percentile. For candidates who are physically disabled and belong to an exclusive category the cut-off for a candidate is 40.
If there is any doubt, candidates may challenge the preliminary NTA NEET 2021 answer key. Candidates can contest their NEET Answer Key by signing on the website. To contest an answer in NEET the official answer keys 2021 make sure you mark the question and provide a thorough answer. NEET Official answer key for the 2021 challenge may be made after making the installment of Rs.1000 via online mode. After taking into consideration all issues and questions NTA will release NEET 2021’s NEET end-of-the-line answer keys on the website. Based on an answer sheet that is final NTA will reveal its NEET 2021 exam results.