NEET OMR Answer Sheets and the recorded responses have been released by National Testing Agency (NTA) on their official website on October 5, Monday. Candidates who have appeared for NEET 2020 exam can assess their performance by comparing the OMR sheet and their answer key which were released online earlier. By tallying their answers, candidates can calculate their probable score of the NEET exam.
Thus they can raise objections against the OMR sheets online at official website on or before October 7, 2020, till 6 pm. In order to raise objections against the NEET OMR Sheet 2020, candidates will have to pay a sum of Rs. 1000 for challenging each response of the OMR sheet through net banking, debit or credit card. The payment window will be opened until 8 PM on October 7, 2020. Meanwhile, the steps to check the NEET OMR sheet and raise objections are given in the following.
Step 2: Check the ‘Latest Announcement’ section on the homepage and click on the ‘NEET 2020 OMR Sheet’ link.
Step 3: A new window will appear. Then enter your login credentials such as application number and password.
Step 4: Click the ‘login’ button and therefore click the ‘OMR challenge tab’.
Step 5: Then click on the link that says ‘click here to view your OMR answer sheet’ and You will be able to see the scanned images of your OMR sheet.
Step 6: Download the OMR sheet for tallying answers and other requirements.
How to Challenge NEET Answer Key 2020?
Step 1: Visit the official website of NTA.
Step 2: Go to the portal for ‘Candidate Login’ and enter respective details such as NEET Registration Number and Password.
Step 3: Now click on the button named ‘Answer Key Challenge’ (OMR Challenge) and select the answer booklet code.
Step 4: Then the number of questions and answers solved by the NEET candidate will appear on the screen.
Step 5: Select the question you want to challenge and then hit the ‘SUBMIT’ button.
Step 6: Therefore you have to select the right answer and give your comments or justifications in the support of your answer. You can challenge more than one question.
Step 7: Therefore, click on the ‘SUBMIT’ button and pay the fee for challenging the answer key.
Step 8: Always take a printout of Confirmation Slip (it includes the details of the answer key that you have challenged.)
Step 9: You can pay the required fee using net banking/ Debit/ Credit Card within the given time period by NTA.
When will NEET 2020 Results be Declared Online?
According to several reports, NTA is expected to release the NEET result 2020 online on October 12. The result will be announced on the official NEET website along with the cut-off marks as well. However, the results can also be announced before October 12. Candidates are requested to keep their eyes on the NTA official website or our website to know more updates about the NEET 2020 result announcement. NEET exam was conducted on September 13 for around 15.97 lakhs candidates. Out of that, over 13 lakhs aspirants have appeared for the exam.