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NTA Declares Revised Scores And Ranks For NEET(UG) Exam Candidates Post Re-Test

Newdelhi:1/7/24:The National Testing Agency – NTA today declared the revised result of one thousand 563 candidates after the NEET(UG) Re-Test. The NTA has also revised the rank of all Candidates after the new results. The NTA said in a release that the revised Score Cards of all Candidates are available on its website. It added that 813 Candidates appeared for the re-test, out of the one thousand 563 candidates eligible. Candidates can log in to the website and access their respective revised Score Cards at the website “exams(dot)nta(dot)ac(dot)in(slash)NEET”.

The re-test was conducted on the 23rd of last month after the Supreme Court directed for the re-examination of the 1,563 candidates who were awarded grace or compensatory marks in the original examination. The Candidates were given the option to either appear for the re-test or continue with their original scores without the grace marks.

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