NEET 2019: NTA updates address of 2 Delhi exam centres

NEET 2019: NTA updates address of 2 Delhi exam centres
PriyamDave | May 2, 2019 - 11:33 a.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, May 2: With just three days left for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) to be conducted, the examination authority National Testing Agency has released an official notification announcing a correction of address in two exam centres located in National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi. The notification issued by the exam has urged the concerned candidates to download the fresh admit cards which contains the correct address of changed centre of NEET.

The NEET centre change has been done in two centres which are Vivekanand School, Shiv Mandir Colony, North West Delhi and Kendriya Vidyalaya, Sector-25, Rohini, North West Delhi. The notice mentioning the updated names of centres is provided below. It also includes the roll numbers of candidates who will be reporting to appear for UG medical exam on May 5, 2019.

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Candidates who were allotted seats in the updated centres must download the hall tickets again to get the correct test centre details, as mentioned above. It must be noticed that they should get their admit cards before the date of the exam to avoid any last minute Internet problems.

Also, through the official notification, NTA has advised NEET test takers to familiarize themselves with the location of new exam centre now allotted. This will help them to divert any difficulty while reporting at the new NEET exam centre before 1:30 PM.

Aforementioned, the national level MBBS/BDS entrance exam is to be conducted in offline mode on May 5, 2019. Students will only be given three hours (02:00 PM to 05:00 PM) to complete the test. The question paper will contain 180 multiple choice questions based on Physics, Chemistry and Biology. For every correct response, 4 marks will be awarded, while one mark will be subtracted for a wrong attempt. NTA will declare the result by June 5, 2019, along with the cutoff marks range, which should be obtained to pass the test.

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