NEET Answer Key 2022: NEET Answer Key likely to be released today at, know the date of objection

Pankaj Prasad
NEET Answer Key 2022
NEET Answer Key 2022

NEET answer is likely to be released today. Candidates will be given time to raise objections on the answer key.

NEET Answer Key 2022: National Testing Agency (NTA) is likely to release the answer key of NEET 2022 today. After the release of the answer key, the candidates will be able to check and download the answer key on the official website Let us tell you that now it has been more than a month since the examination was over. The exam was conducted on 17th July. The response sheet and question paper of the candidates along with the answer key is expected to be published soon. NTA will first publish the preliminary answer key and after that the final answer key and result will be declared. Candidates will be given time to raise objections on the preliminary answer key. Let us inform that this year more than 18 lakh students have given NEET UG exam. Notably, the upper age limit for appearing in the exam has been removed recently. The results will be released after the release of the final answer key.

Official Websites to Check NEET Result

Know how to raise objections to NEET answer key

Visit the official site of NTA NEET at

Click on the NEET answer key link available on the home page or click on the login link.

Enter login details and click on submit.

Select the question for which you are raising objection.

Pay the objection fee and click on submit.

Once done, candidates can download the page and keep a hard copy of the same for further need.

Objection window will also open after the release of NEET answer key 2022. Candidates can raise objection against each question through online mode by paying Rs.200.

neet marking scheme

For correct answers: +4

Wrong Answer: -1

Question not attempted/not marked: No Marks

How many marks will have to be brought to pass NEET 2022?

The cut-off to clear the NEET exam is 40 percentile for reserved category candidates, 45 percentile for physically handicapped candidates and 50 percentile for general category candidates.