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National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2019, Odisha was held again on May 20, 2019 from 10 AM to 1 PM. Around 42,000 candidates appeared for the examination.
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NEET was originally scheduled for May 5, 2019 across the nation. But in Odisha, it was postponed due to relief and rehabilitation work going on against the damage caused by Cyclone ‘Fani’ on May 3, 2019.
The candidates whose exam centers were located in Odisha were the ones who were allowed to sit for the examination held on May 20. Location of around 86 examination centers was changed. The new locations reflected on the revised Admit Card of the candidates, which were released on May 15.
Apart from Odisha, 155 candidates in Siliguri and 365 candidates in Karnataka gave the exam on May 20, 2019 due to the train delay.
Answer key for NEET 2019 is likely to be released on May 21 or May 22 on ntaneet.nic.in.
It will be released for the examination conducted on both May 5, 2019 and May 20, 2019.
It was to be released soon after the examination, but due to the change in schedule of the exam in Odisha, the release of answer key was deferred.
Candidates must check the official website regularly for updates.
Candidates can get an idea about their rank using NEET Rank Predictor by inputing their expected score for the exam.
Candidates will be given an opportunity to challenge the answer key for non-refundable processing fee of INR 1,000 per question.
If the candidate is found to be correct, the answer key will be revised and the final score will be calculated on the basis of the revised key. Also, the processing fee will be returned to the candidate.
The key is finalized only after the challenge is final.
The questions were mainly based on NCERT syllabus. The difficulty level of numerical questions was higher, as expected. Around 7 to 8 questions were directly picked up from the NCERT textbook.
No major changes were observed. The overall paper was similar to the trends followed in 2017 and 2018.
In this section, level of difficulty was moderate. As per the examinees, Around 18 to 20 questions were easy while only 7 were tricky.
This section comprised 90 questions (Zoology and Botany). The difficulty level of 45 – 50 questions was moderate.
The expected general cut-off is expected to fall between 125 and 135.
The result for NEET will released online on or before June 5, 2019. To qualify, the candidates must clear the minimum qualifying percentile as per National Testing Agency (NTA).
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