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NEET Correction Process - step by step guide to make corrections

NEET is an offline exam conducted in the conventional pen and paper mode. The question booklet consists of 180 questions on Physics, Chemistry, and Biology (Botany and Zoology) as prescribed in the NEET exam syllabusNEET Syllabus is divided into four subjects - Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology. Students need to complete all the 97  chapters of NEET Syllabus in order to score good rank in NEET Exam. Also, it is important to know the steps to register for NEET application formAspirants of NEET seeking admission at the undergraduate level are advised to check the eligibility criteria of NEET.

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As per the existing format, NEET is conducted in eight vernacular languages including Hindi and English, with Urdu from 2018 onwards. It has been notified unofficially that there will be no change in the paper pattern or syllabus of the medical exam. Check out the NEET Previous year papers here.

Uh-oh! You have just realized that you made a mistake in the application form. Relax, there is a correction period which offers you the opportunity to rectify any such mistakes.

This is, however, only a one-time opportunity.

Correction Process Timeline

Event Date
Application Period November 1 - December 7
To login and view messages regarding issues in photograph and signature After the Application Form’s submission
Correction Window Opens January 14, 2020
Correction Window Closes January 31, 2020
Result Declaration June 5, 2020

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What can be corrected?

It’s completely natural to make a few mistakes. As such, if you’re looking for what you can correct during this correction window, here’s your list:

What? Who Can Edit? Who cannot Edit?
Identity All candidates who have used IDs besides Aadhar Card and Registration Number issued by facilitation centre. Candidates who have used Aadhar Card as ID, and candidates with nationality as Foreign, OCI, PIO, and NRI
Date of Birth All candidates who have used IDs besides Aadhar Card and Registration Number issued by facilitation centre. Candidates who have used Aadhar Card in their Application Form
Gender All candidates who have used IDs besides Aadhar Card and Registration Number issued by facilitation centre. Candidates who have used Aadhar Card in their Application Form
State Code of Eligibility All candidates. Candidates from Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and Jammu and Kashmir can also change the Self Declaration. Candidates from Assam, Meghalaya and Jammu and Kashmir can only make changes if they have their Aadhar Number N.A.
Category All candidates N.A.
Disability Status All candidates N.A.
Medium Candidates from Tripura will be able change the Medium as Bengali and will not be able to choose Agartala as their center. All candidates except those belonging to Tripura
Examination Centre Candidates from Tripura will be able to make changes and will not be able to choose Agartala as their center. All candidates except those belonging to Tripura

How To Make Corrections?

. If you’re confused and looking for how to go about the correction process, here’s what to do:

  1. Visit this link: https://ntaneet.nic.in/Ntaneet/online/CandidateLogin.aspx
  2. Enter all the required details correctly, i.e, Registration Number, and Password.
  3. Visit the link prompting 'Click here for Correction in NEET(UG)- 2020 Application' 
  4. Make all the necessary corrections. However, you must be careful this time as no further correction pleas will be entertained.
  5. Once all corrections have been made, preview the final changes before progressing to input the security code and the OTP (All changes made will be marked in red with the words - changed by candidate)
  6. Upon final submission, you will be prompted with a window asking if you would like to submit your corrections. Once you have done so, there is no scope for any more corrections.
  7. Finally, with the submission done, you are required to print the correction slip, which you will be required to carry with you to the examination hall.

Note: You may be required to pay a nominal correction fee.