National Testing Agency (NTA) has finally released the NEET 2019 Answer Key. The Agency released it on the candidate’s login, available at ntaneet.nic.in, on May 29, 2019. Contrary to the expectation, the question paper and OMR is not available at the login and the candidates can only check the answer key for their paper set. The facility to submit object has been provided, until May 31, 2019.
To download the official answer key of NEET 2019, the candidates need to visit the official website of exam. On the homepage of the website, under the Currents Event tab, click on the “Candidate Login” link. In the next screen, candidates need to log in by entering their registration number and password. Click on the “Login” button to submit the details. In the next screen, the candidate dashboard will appear, click on the relevant link for viewing the NEET 2019 Answer Key.
Candidates can use the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test 2019 Answer Key to cross-check their answers and calculate their score. For the calculation of the score, the candidates need to follow the marking scheme as given by the NTA. For every correct answer, candidates need to add 04 marks and deduct 01 marks for an incorrect answer. If more than 01 answers have been marked for a question, the also negative marking of 01 marks is to be done.
If candidates find that any question or answer is incorrect, they may challenge it. If more than 01 answer is correct for a question, then also candidates can challenge it. The facility for raising objection is only available at the login. The candidates have to access the login and then click on the option for raising objections. Then, submit the objection against the question id.
For each objection, candidates have to pay Rs. 1000. The amount of objection fee will be refunded if the challenge stands valid. However, candidates should make sure that each objection is accompanied by a document of proof.
The result of NEET 2019 will be declared on June 05, 2019. It will be announced online, on the official website. The score of the candidates, along with the 15% All Quota Merit will be disclosed via it. Only those candidates will qualify for 15% All Quota Merit who will clear the cut off. The minimum criteria for UR is 50th percentile and the same for SC, ST, OBC is 40th, 40th, and 45th percentile.
The candidates who will make it to the merit list, will be called for MCC counselling. It will be held for all the medical college in India. Other than this, NTA will also give merit list to the state and they will conduct individual counselling to fill the remaining seats.