NEET 2021 Answer Keys were released by the National Testing Agency (NTA) on Friday, dt.15/10/2021 on the official website is neet.nta.nic.in. The official website now has the NEET UG 2021 answer keys available for candidates who took the examinations on September 12. NTA conducted the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test 2021 on Sunday, September 12, in 13 languages. The last date for submitting the NEET 2021 answer keys is October 17, at 9 PM. NTA also released answer sheets of students who took the exam. NTA has published the NEET 2021 provisional answers keys and response sheets via its official website. To download and check the provisional answer keys, candidates can go to neet.nic.in. The website has a notice about the same.
The National Testing Agency has uploaded both the Recorded Response Sheets and the Provisional Answer Keys to the Official Website, i.e. neet.nic.in. NTA conducted the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test 2021 on Sunday, September 12, in 13 languages. Paying an Rs. 1000 processing fee, candidates can challenge the provisional key. Each answer that is challenged will be charged Rs. 1000. The candidate can pay the processing fee by Debit/Credit/Net Banking/Paytm up to 17 Oct 2021 (up to 10:00 PM). No challenge will be accepted without payment of the online processing fee. The NTA stated that the Challenges will not be accepted through any other method than online.
NEET 2021 Answer Key: Know How to Download:
Candidates may challenge the NEET answer key as well as OMR sheets. The provisional answer key is available here. The NTA will examine all objections made by candidates. If an error is found, it will be corrected in the final answer keys. Along with the results, NEET’s final answer key and NEET’s final score will be made public. The panel of subject experts will verify the challenges made by candidates. The panel of subject experts will verify that the candidates have made correct answers. If so, the answer key for the challenge will be updated accordingly. After the challenge, the Experts will finalize the key.
Step 1 – The candidate needs to visit the official website i.e. neet.nta.nic.in
Step 2 – After visiting the website you need to find “View and challenge Answer Key, OMR and Recorded Response” written on the home page
Step 3 – You need to click on that link and a new page will appear
Step 4 – Fill in all the information that was asked on that page and click on submit.
Step 5 – Now it is done.
NEET is used to admit students to Indian undergraduate medical programs. The Medical Counselling Committee will release the results and then register for all India quota counseling at mcc.nic.in. This provisional answer key, which was released Friday, is not to be relied upon. The NTA will examine all objections made by candidates and, if necessary, will correct them in the final answer key. The NEET Answer Key will be published together with the results. Candidates can challenge the provisional Answer Key online for an Rs1000 processing fee. This will be done within the timeframe provided by NTA. The NTA will then verify all the challenges made by students with the assistance of subject experts. If the challenges are correct then the NTA will make revisions to the answer key, which will eventually help with the final result.