NEET Results are likely to be released today (Pic Credit: Shiksha)
National Testing Agency (NTA), is expected to release the NEET results of 2021 today. The NEET Results will be available, on the official websites, which is neet.nta.nic.in and ntaresults.nic.in.
Along with that NTA is also supposed to release the rank cards and also the final answer keys along with the results. It is expected that the scorecards would be mailed to the students. The application and the password are handy. The Supreme Court of India on 28th of October had given that the candidates are advised to keep their credentials such as the allowance to the NTA for the release of the NEET-UG results. The candidates who had appeared for the examination in the offline mode on the 12th of September 2021, are henceforth advised to visit the official websites to keep themselves updated with the information.
Along with that, the NTA has also conducted the second phase registration on the 26th of October. The candidates were further allowed the second set of information, during this time ahead of the declaration of the NEET 2021 results. On the 15th of October 2021, the provisional answer key, response sheets, and question papers were released. The students are hence advised to note that the NEET 2021 results and the final key are completely based upon the objections that are raised during the grievances timeline.
In the case of any of the disruptions, dispensaries and the candidates are advised to bring that issue up through the notice by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Once the results are declared the candidates can go to the official website to download the mark cum rank sheet.
Some of the important points that should be kept in mind are:
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