NEET answer key has been released Candidates can check the NEET UG answer keys from the NTA’s portal The notice for inviting answer key challenge will be released later
NEET UG answer key 2020 released by NTA, check here
NEW DELHI: Amid strict precautions, the National Testing Agency (NTA) conducted the medical entrance exam NEET on September 13 across the country. The NEET answer key 2020 has been released by the NTA on its portal on Saturday i.e., September 26.
Candidates who appeared for the exam can visit the official website of NTA NEET — ntaneet.nic.in — to check and obtain the NEET 2020 answer key. Candidates can obtain the NEET 2020 answer key from the link given below.
Direct Link : NEET 2020 answer key
The National Testing Agency has now uploaded the advance answer keys for candidates for all the sets (E1- E6, F1- F6, G1-G6, H1-H6) for their information. The candidates are advised to go through the same and keep themselves ready for challenges of the draft answer keys which will be published shortly.
Candidates should note that the notice inviting challenge of the keys will be released later. The official notice released regarding the answer key reads “Please note that this public notice is not for inviting challenge of the keys which will be done later on, and for that proper notice will be issued. Therefore, kindly do not email your responses or clarification regarding the Keys and please wait for the process of raising challenges for the same.
Nearly 15 lakh students appeared for the three-hour-long exam held at over 3,900 centres. In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, the exam was conducted with stringent checks and protocols like students queuing up as per their designated time slots, adhering to social distancing norms, etc.
Although the exam commenced at 2 pm, the entry to exam centres started at 11 am. Different slots were allotted to students for the entry to ensure the staggered movement and maintain social distancing. The exam originally scheduled for May 3, has been deferred twice due to pandemic, first, it was postponed to July 26, and then to September 13.Follow Us On