Candidates must note that the NTA would release the NEET 2021 entrance exam Answer Key on the official website – neet.nta.nic.in.
Lakhs of students across India are eagerly waiting for the release of NEET 2021 entrance exam Answer key and it is expected that National Testing Agency (NTA) would release the official answer key this week. Around 16 lakh students appeared for NEET 2021 entrance exam this year. The NEET 2021 entrance exam was held on September 12 in offline mode. Candidates must note that the NTA would release the NEET 2021 entrance exam Answer Key on the official website – neet.nta.nic.in.
It is to be noted that NEET 2021 entrance exam Answer Key 2021 will be the final answer key for this entrance exam. The final results for NEET 2021 entrance exam will be computed on the basis of Answer key. About 55,000 seats available for students under NEET medical and dental courses.
Though the NTA is gearing up to release NEET 2021 entrance exam answer key and results soon, several students are now demanding that the NTA should cancel NEET 2021 entrance exam as the question paper was allegedly leak around half an hour after the start of the exam. It is likely that the NTA would release NEET 2021 entrance exam result on October 10. For its part, the NTA is yet to make any official announcement in this regard.
NEET 2021 entrance exam: Tie-Breaking Procedure
The tie breaking procedure for NEET 2021 entrance exam has been changed by NTA as age factor will not be considered to determine rank of two or more students who have secured same marks in entrance exam.
If two candidates secure same marks in NEET 2021 entrance exam then the NTA will derive their result through the following factors:
- Student who has obtained more marks in Biology (Botany and Zoology), followed by,
- Student who has got higher marks in Chemistry, followed by,
- Student who has less proportion of a number of attempted, incorrect, and correct answers in all the subjects.
NEET 2021 entrance exam: Cut-off
The cut off of NEET 2021 entrance exam is derived on the basis of various factors including the number of applicants for a seat, availability of NEET seats and difficulty level of the entrance exam.
Courtesy – DNA