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NEET 2024 re-test admit cards to be released soon, Exam date June 23, 2024

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On June 23, 2024, the National Testing Agency (NTA) will be conducting a retest for 1,563 candidates. Issues with the distribution of the incorrect question paper, torn OMR sheets, or delays in OMR sheet distribution during the NEET UG 2024 have led to the scheduling of this re-test.

The decision to conduct a re-test is followed by the intervention of the Supreme Court after allegations of widespread irregularities and unfair marking in the initial exam. The results of the 1,563 candidates affected have been scrapped.

The NEET 2024 retest admit cards will soon be available on the NTA’s official website. When the admit cards are available, candidates should download them from the website and check them for changes.

To download the NEET 2024 re-test admit card, you typically need to follow these steps:

1. Visit the official website: Go to the official website — exams.nta.ac.in/NEET/

2. Navigate to the admit card section: Look for a section or link on the website’s homepage that says “Download Admit Card” or similar. This section is usually prominently displayed closer to the exam date.

3. Enter login credentials: You will likely need to log in using the credentials you used during the application process. This might include your application number, date of birth, and security pin.

4. Download admit card: Once logged in, you should see an option to download your admit card. Click on the download link provided.

5. Check details: After downloading, carefully check all the details on the admit card. Ensure your name, photograph, signature, exam centre details, and exam timings are correct.

6. Print admit card: It’s important to print multiple copies of the admit card. You must carry a hard copy to the examination centre on the exam day. Ensure the print is clear, and the details are legible.

7. Instructions: Read any instructions provided along with the admit card carefully. Follow the guidelines regarding what to bring (usually ID proof along with the admit card) and what not to bring to the exam centre.

If you encounter any issues while downloading the admit card or find discrepancies in the details provided, contact the NEET authorities or the helpline numbers provided on the official website for assistance.

Approximately 24 lakh candidates appeared for NEET UG 2024, a highly competitive exam for undergraduate medical courses. The exam was initially conducted on May 5, with results initially scheduled for June 14 but were announced earlier on June 4 due to early completion of answer sheet evaluations.

For more information visit : https://exams.nta.ac.in/NEET/

Devansh Girdhar

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