The NEET exam which was conducted on May 7th from 10 AM to 1 PM in pen-paper mode. Although there were many surveys of unpredictable and deviation in conducting the exam, the exam is over, and the students are waiting for the answer keys to deliver now from the board of the medical test will be out this month. In New Delhi, the CBSE has come to an end the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2017 in which the biggest question emerging in student’s mind is that when the result dates will be announced and what will be the cutoff. Their nervousness is approximately as NEET (UG) which is the one & only exam in India to be organized for the admission to MBBS and BDS stream, AYUSH and veterinary colleges across the country.
Rajshekhar Ratrey, VP Educational Content said that this year NEET 2017 was both difficult and length. “Compared to last year’s paper though, this year was slightly tougher on both points,” he said.
By the time, the board may exhibit the images of OMR sheet and official answer keys on the official website. Students who are not convinced or find any divergence in either the image of their OMR sheet or the official answer key which can submit as the great objection for the same on payment of Rs. 100 per feedback/answer asserted. The agenda for OMR image and answer key array will be amended on the NEET official website. This year exam was organized in different ten languages compared to last year.
After the objections acknowledged by the students, if any, that are agreed by the board then the result will be announced. According to the justified agenda on the NEET website, the unsettled date for NEET result acknowledgment is June 8, 2017.
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The cutoff is the minimum achievable marks a candidate who must score to be qualified for the counseling. Based on the past year movement and the pattern of this year exam, the authority has anticipated the cutoff marks for general category candidates to lie between 380 and 410.
In NEET 2017 paper, each question carries 4 marks. For each correct answer, the student will receive 4 marks and for each incorrect answer, one mark will be reduced from the overall scores.