NEET Result 2021 Later This Month: Last Date To Challenge Answer Key

The result of NEET, also known as the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for the year 2021 is slated to be released this month. On the 15th of October, the provisional NEET answer key was released, and candidates had a three-day window in which to object. Today is the last day for students to contest the NEET answer key; the results will be available at shortly.

On the 12th of September, test centers all over the country administered the undergraduate medical entrance exam. Candidates can contest the answer key for an amount of Rs 1,000 per question. Objections raised by students will be verified by a group of subject experts.

According to a statement given by NTA “Challenges made by the candidates will be verified by the panel of subject experts. If found correct, the answer key will be revised accordingly. The key finalized by the Experts after the challenge will be final. Based on the revised Final Answer Keys, the result will be prepared and declared. No individual candidate will be informed about the acceptance/non-acceptance of his/her challenge. No challenge will be entertained after 17 October 2021 (09:00 P.M.).” 

The NEET 2021 results will also be utilized for the 15% VCI quota in recognized veterinary colleges for admittance to BVSc & AH courses. There will be severe penalties, including a three-year ban on taking the NTA exam for candidates who submit duplicate forms or engage in impersonation or fabrication of facts. The NTA has stated that such candidates are also subject to criminal prosecution by the applicable laws of the country.

NEET 2021: How to check Answer Key and OMR/Response Sheet

  • Candidates should visit the official website,, to register and submit their applications.
  • When you arrive at the homepage, look for the link that says ‘View and Answer Key Challenge, OMR, and Recorded Responses.’ Click on it.
  • Alternatively, aspirants can go directly to the answer key page for NEET 2021 by clicking on the link provided right here.
  • A new page will open asking for your Application Number and Password. Once you’ve entered those, click Login to continue.
  • Your answer key is a recorded response, and OMR will show up on your screens.
  • Make sure your answers are correct and voice any concerns you have.

Candidates should be aware that the official declaration states that they must pay Rs. 1000 per answer if they wish to object to the Provisional Answer key. However, they are entitled to pay Rs. 200 per question if they wish to object to any of the Recorded Responses collected from the OMR Answer Sheet. NEET candidates are advised to keep track of all the important updates via the official website.