Neet Result Answer Key LIVE

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NEET 2022 Answer Key Live Updates: NTA is expected to release the NEET 2022 Answer key very soon. As per an official notice, the NTA NEET Answer Key will be releasing on August 30, 2022. Along with the NEET answer key, the response sheets and question papers would also be released today on Check the latest and live updates on NEET UG Answer Key 2022, result and more.

NEET 2022 Answer Key Live Updates: NTA NEET UG Answer Key, response sheets releasing soon on

NEET UG Answer Key 2022 Live Updates: NTA is going to publish the official answer key of NEET UG 2022 today, August 30. The provisional answer key will be uploaded on

The time for releasing the NEET answer key has not been confirmed by the NTA yet. Candidates can download it from the official website using their application number and date of birth. A total of 18,72,343 candidates appeared in NEET UG 2022 on July 17, NTA has informed.

Candidates who have objections/comments on the provisional answer key can send their feedback to NTA. For this, they will have to pay ₹200 per question. They can also challenge the OMR responses. The fee collected in both cases is non-refundable.

NTA has informed that NEET result 2022 will be declared on or before September 7. Along with results, NEET cut-off marks and all India ranks will be uploaded on the website.

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NEET Answer Key 2022 Highlight NEET 2022 official website for answer keys -, NEET NTA answer key 2022 release date- August 30, 2022 NEET answer key 2022 codes- Q, R, S and T Total number of questions- 200 (Students need to attempt 180) – NEET UG result 2022 date and time - By September 7, 2022

To challenge the NEET answer key 2022 and OMR sheets, candidates have to pay Rs 200 as an objection fee for each challenged answer or question. The challenge fee for the answer keys and NEET 2022 OMR sheet will be non-refundable even if the authorities accept the challenge. 

The National Commission for Women and the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights sought action against the frisking personnel. The Kerala High Court had also sought a response from the NTA to a plea seeking a standard protocol for conducting examinations across the country in view of the Kollam NEET row. 

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