Recently, the National Test Agency has announced the release admit card for NEET exam 2021 held on September 9,2021. Along with the allotted center for candidate NTA also given proper guidelines “How to fill the OMR Sheet”. During the exam NEET 2021 aspirants will provide the OMR Sheet for answering their questions.
OMR (Optical Mark Reading) Sheet is evaluated by the Computer Software with only filling proper bubbles. NEET 2021 aspirants are only allowed to fill this OMR Sheet.
This time aspirants are not allowed to write anything in this exam except for specific details.
NEET 2021 – HOW TO FILL OMR ANSWER SHEET
NEET 2021 is an offline mode examination. Aspirants will be given the question booklet and an OMR Sheet to answer their questions. NTA also released proper guidelines to instruct them to answer their exam.
- Aspirants must be ensured while marking answers in NEET-UG OMR Sheet with proper instruction provided by NTA.
- Marking of an answer in OMR Sheet should contain specific space and against the particular number of questions.
- Marked answer on OMR Sheet evaluated by computer software which is more sensitive which reads the black coloured bubbles only.
- Candidates should not be allowed to tamper or scratch the OMR Sheet.
- Aspirants are only allowed to write roll number, test booklet number, question paper code, name and other specific details.
- OMR Sheet in the name of column write aspirants name, mother’s name, father’s name with running handwriting.
- Aspirants are not allowed to fill more than one answer for any question.
- Aspirants will be required to sign declaration columns with running handwriting.
- The unique code printed on NEET -UG 2021 OMR answer sheet is the same question paper booklet. In case of any discrepancy, aspirants must contact their invigilator immediately to replace their question and answer booklet of NEET-UG 2021.
- In case of any discrepancy in language with the question paper, the english version will be considered as the final paper.
NEET 2021 Exam pattern
NEET 2021, Medical entrance exam held in 3 hours from 2 pm to 5 pm. Total number of 200 multiple choice questions will be asked from Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology. Each subject carries 50 questions each which is divided in two sections- Part A & Part B.
|Subjects||Sections||Number of questions||Section-wise marks|
|Physics||Section A||Q. 1 to 35||140|
|Section B||Q. 36 to 50||40|
|Chemistry||Section A||Q. 51 to 85||140|
|Section B||Q. 86 to 100||40|
|Botany||Section A||Q. 101 to 135||140|
|Section B||Q. 136 to 150||40|
|Zoology||Section A||Q. 151 to 185||140|
|Section B||Q. 186 to 200||40|