SAAT Medical 2015 Answer key
SAAT Medical 2015 Answer key: The Answer Key of SAAT Medical 2015 will let you check the answers to the questions which were asked in the examination. Candidates who would appearing the SAAT Medical 2015 exam, which is scheduled to be conducted on May 9, must check the SAAT Medical 2015 Answer key to know which questions they attempted correct. It is likely that the Answer Key will be announced before the results i.e in the last week of May 2015.
The SAAT Medical 2015 Answer key will not be announced by the official exam conducting body, but it might be announced by some coaching institutes. We will publish the SAATMedical 2015 Answer key on this page as soon as it is released by any coaching institutes.
SAAT Medical 2015 is a national level medical entrance exam conducted once in a year by Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University. The university offers admission to undergraduate medical courses MBBS and BDS at its two constituent medical/dental colleges- Institute of Medical Sciences & Sum Hospital and Institute Of Dental Sciences located in Orissa via SAAT Medical entrance exam.
The Answer Key of SAAT Medical 2015 will help the candidates who will appear in the exam, by letting them check which questions they have attempted correctly and which they have answered wrong. Through this process, candidates will be able to have an estimate of the scores they might receive in the SAAT Medical 2015 exam and whether or not they can get final admissions in the university institutes.
SAAT Medical 2015 Result is expected to be declared on May 20, 2015 in online mode only. Offline score card/rank card will not be dispatched by the university at the postal address of qualifying candidates provided by them while filling the application form. A merit list will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained by candidates in the entrance exam.
Note: No official Answer Key of SAAT Medical 2015 will be announced, Careers360 will publish if it is announced by any leading coaching institute.
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