The NEET Answer Key 2021 is all set to be released by National Testing Agency (NTA) which includes the NEET 2021 entrance exam answer key for M, N, O, P for all 1 to 6 series. It may be recalled that NEET 2021 entrance exam was held across the country in offline mode on September 12. Once released, the students will be able to download the NEET 2021 answer key from the official website – ntaneet.nic.in.
According to reports, the NTA is expected to release NEET 2021 entrance exam result in October.
After the release of the NEET answer key 2021 by the NTA, the medical aspirants will be allowed to raise their objections against the same and calculate their scores using the same.
NEET Answer Key 2021: How to calculate your NEET Score? Here is the ways
- Log in the official website- nta.ac.in or ntaneet.nic.in
- Click on the link ‘NEET answer key 2021′
- A PDF will open. You must scroll down to check NEET 2021 entrance exam answer key
NEET 2021 entrance exam: Marking Scheme
There are 180 180 multiple-choice questions and the total mark is 720. Every question carries equal marks and each correct answer will get 4 marks. There is a negative marking for each incorrect answer. Each wrong answer will be awarded -1 mark and 1 mark will be deducted from your total obtained marks.
Formula for calculating NEET 2021 entrance exam score
NEET Scores = Number of correct answers X 4 – Number of incorrect answers X 1
Meanwhile, on Wednesday the Maharashtra government said that it will review NEET entrance exam and see whether the entrance exam is good for students.
The provisional answer key will allow students to raise objections. After resolving the objections, the final version of the NEET answer key will be released which will be used for the calculation of results. The NTA will also release the OMR sheets and question papers to raise objections if any. Candidates will have to pay a fee for raising objections. Through the answer key, candidates will be able to calculate the scores and get an idea about their results.
Speaking to ANI, Mahrashtra Minister Deshmukh said, “The scrapping of NEET by Tamil Nadu government has given rise to new discussions if the common medical entrance test is right for states or not and what will be better for students’ future.”