NEET Answer Key 2020 - Leading coaching institutes will release NEET 2020 answer key prior to the official authorities in the third week of May 2020. Candidates will be provided links for the same on this page. The authorities will release the official answer key of NEET in the form of PDF along with OMR response sheet of the candidate, in the fourth week of May 2020. If medical aspirants find any discrepancy or have any objection in the answer key and NEET OMR response sheet 2020, they can challenge the same by following the steps given below. The authorities will provide two days time for challenging NEET answer key 2020. After all the discrepancies are sorted, NTA will release the final answer key of NEET in the fourth week of May 2020. NTA will conduct NEET 2020 on May 3 in pen paper mode.
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May 3, 2020
Unofficial answer key release
Third week of May 2020*
Display of answer key and OMR response sheet
Fourth week of May 2020*
Challenging answers of NEET official answer key 2019 and OMR sheet
Final answer key release
NEET Result 2020
June 4, 2020
* denotes dates are tentative
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Medical aspirants can take the help of unofficial and official NEET 2020 answer key to calculate the probable score that they are likely to secure in the examination. To do the same candidates can follow the steps below:
After the official answer key of NEET is released candidates can tally their answers (as in the OMR sheet) with the official answer key
Candidates must keep an eye on the code of the question paper and the NEET answer key 2020 while tallying. Candidates can find the sets and language of the answer key on the top of both, the answer key and OMR sheet
Medical aspirants will then have to count the correct and incorrect responses to know their NEET score. In case, more than one answer is marked for a question, candidates must consider it to be unanswered. The marking scheme given below will be used to calculate scores
More than one response
Candidates have to use the below-mentioned formula for calculating their scores
NEET 2020 score = [4*(Number of Correct Responses)] – [1*(Number of Incorrect Responses)]
NTA will release the answer key of NEET in the fourth week of May 2020. Candidates can challenge NEET answer key 2020 after its release within a period of maximum 2 days.
After the release of the answer key of NEET, if any medical aspirant finds a correct answer to be incorrect or vice versa, he/she can challenge the same. NTA will charge a fee of ₹1000 per challenge for NEET answer key 2020, this fee is refundable, and will not be refunded even if the authorities accept the challenge. The entire process is known as ‘challenging answer key’.
To challenge the official answer key candidates have to follow the steps given below:
1. Candidates will have to first click on the link provided above (available soon) to challenge the answer key of NEET
2. Next, on the screen that appears they have to enter their login credentials, i.e., Application number and Password
3. Now, candidates have to click on the ‘Key Challenge’ tab and select the ‘Test Booklet Code’ that they wish to challenge NEET answer key 2020
4. Candidates have to select the question that they wish to challenge
5. In the screen that appears candidates have to select the answer that according to them is correct, they may give additional justifications for the same
6. Now, candidates have to click on the ‘Submit’ button
7. Following the steps given above, candidates have to pay the challenge fee. They can do so via debit card or credit card
8. The confirmation page with details like that of transaction and question challenged will be provided. Candidates have to take a printout of this page for future reference
NTA will release NEET 2020 OMR response sheet in the fourth week of May 2020 along with the answer key. The release of OMR response sheet of NEET 2020 is the display of the scanned copy of the OMR sheet which has the responses given by the candidates in the entrance examination. In case any medical aspirant feels that NEET OMR response sheet 2020 has some discrepancy, they can challenge it. Candidates will be provided with two days period by NTA to challenge the same.
In order to challenge the OMR response sheet of NEET candidates should follow the steps given below:
Candidates have to first click on the link provided above (available soon) to challenge NEET OMR response sheet 2020
On the screen that appears they have to enter their login credentials, i.e., Registration number and Password
Candidates have to then click on the ‘OMR challenge’ tab
In the next step candidates will be redirected to a page which will show two options
1. ‘Click here to view your OMR Answer Sheet’
2. ‘Click here for OMR Challenge’
On clicking the first option, the screen will display candidate’s OMR answer sheet, while the second option will allow candidates to challenge NEET 2020 OMR response sheet
Candidates can challenge the OMR answer sheet of NEET by paying a non-refundable fee of ₹1000
Prior to the release of NEET 2020 answer key by the officials, some leading coaching institutes release the same. This is the unofficial answer key of NEET, which is released by institutes like Resonance, Allen Kota, Aakash, etc. Candidates will be provided with links to download the same on this page as and when available. Coaching institutes release NEET 2020 answer key code-wise and in the form of PDF which can be downloaded. Candidates will have to click on the link provided for downloads and check the same.
Candidates preparing for NEET 2020 should go through previous year question papers and their answer key and solutions for reference. In the tables below medical aspirants can findNEET answer key 2019, 2018, 2017 from officials and coaching institutes along with question papers with codes.
P1 , P2
H1, (released for Odisha, Karnataka & Siliguri candidates)
R3, P2, Q2, R2, R3, S3
G1- released for Odisha, Karnataka & Siliguri candidates
P2 (Physics, Chemistry, Biology)
P1 to P6, Q1 to Q6, R1 to R6, S1 to S6
P2 ( Physics, Chemistry)
G1( Physics, Chemistry, Biology) released for Odisha, Karnataka & Siliguri candidates.
Rao IIT Academy
P5, Q5, R5
R5, S5, P5, Q5
P1 to P6
Q1 to Q6
R1 to R6
S1 to S6
S2(Physics, Chemistry, Biology)
Motion IIT JEE
S6, P6, Q6, R6
Brilliant Study Centre
S1, P1, Q1
S3 (Physics, Chemistry, Biology)
Q1, Q4, R1
Codes AA/ BB/ CC/ DD
Codes EE/ FF/ GG/ HH
Codes KK/ LL/ MM/ NN
Codes PP/ QQ/ RR/ SS
Codes WW/ XX/ YY/ ZZ
Download - AA
Download - BB
Download - CC
Download - DD
Download - EE
Download - FF
Download - GG
Download - HH
Download - KK
Download - LL
Download - MM
Download - NN
Download - PP
Download - QQ
Download - RR
Download - SS
Download - WW
Download - XX
Download - YY
Download - ZZ
Download - AA, BB, CC, DD
Download - EE, FF, GG, HH
Download - KK, LL, MM, NN
Download - PP, QQ, RR, SS
PP - Physics
PP - Chemistry
PP - Biology
Download - WW, XX, YY, ZZ
NEET question paper
The minimum qualifying percentile required for the national level entrance examination is NEET 2020 cutoff. Until the release of NEET result 2020 the cutoff score of the examination will not be clear but the authorities make available the cutoff percentile with the release of information brochure. Candidates can refer to previous year NEET cutoff for understanding
Minimum qualifying percentile
UR-PH (Unreserved Physically Handicapped)
OBC/SC/ST (Other Backward Classes/Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribe)
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15 months are more than enough for you to get into your dream medical college. The most important thing you need is just be consistent throughout your journey. Prepare everyday and with a proper fixed time table.
You should also familiarize yourself with the syllabus and prepare with the pace which suits your need and do not depend upon your school's pace.
Then go through all the NCERT textbooks and if you can afford, then buy some coaching material or better you should join one coaching as it will help you with the consistency part.
Hope this helps. Thank you.
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