GPAT 2024 Results Declared by NBEMS: Download Scorecards Starting July 14, Three Questions Dropped

NBEMS announced GPAT 2024 results, scorecards available from July 14 on Three questions dropped, full marks awarded.

GPAT 2024 Results Declared by NBEMS: Download Scorecards Starting July 14, Three Questions Dropped

July 8, 2024, New Delhi: The National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences (NBEMS) has declared the Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT 2024 results). These results are crucial for admissions to postgraduate pharmacy courses and MPharm scholarships. The scorecard download link will be available on from July 14, 2024. In a significant update, three questions were dropped from the final answer key, and full marks were awarded to all candidates for these questions.

GPAT 2024 Results

The GPAT 2024 results were announced on the NBEMS website, marking an important milestone for aspiring postgraduate pharmacy students. Candidates can download their scorecards starting July 14, 2024, from Alongside the results, the final answer key was also published, showing that three questions were invalidated and subsequently dropped. These included one question from Pharmaceutical Chemistry and two from Pharmaceutics. Candidates were awarded full marks for these questions.

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GPAT is a national-level entrance exam conducted by NBEMS for admissions to postgraduate pharmacy courses and awarding scholarships for MPharm programs. The exam’s results are crucial for students aiming to secure spots in prestigious institutions across India. The final answer keys of GPAT-2024 were prepared based on the inputs of subject matter experts after examining all challenges/objections raised by candidates to the provisional answer keys published by NBEMS on June 14, 2024.

GPAT 2024 Updates

  • GPAT 2024 results declared by NBEMS.
  • Scorecard download available from July 14 on
  • Final answer key published alongside results.
  • Three questions dropped: one from Pharmaceutical Chemistry and two from Pharmaceutics.
  • Full marks awarded for dropped questions to all candidates.
  • GPAT scorecard validity is three years.

Supporting Evidence

  • Three questions dropped: One from Pharmaceutical Chemistry (Question ID: 50886134141) and two from Pharmaceutics (Question IDs: 50886133691, 50886133687).
  • GPAT scorecard validity: Three years.
  • Official websites for reference: and
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The decision to drop these questions and award full marks to all candidates ensures fairness in the assessment process. It acknowledges the issues raised by candidates and rectifies them transparently. This approach by NBEMS maintains the integrity of the examination process and upholds its standards.

Dr. Rajesh Kumar, a senior official from NBEMS, stated, “The decision to drop these questions was taken after thorough review and consideration to ensure fairness and accuracy in the assessment.”

More Information

Applications for admissions to MPharm courses are now open. Candidates should apply separately to the desired GPAT 2024 participating institutions. Following this, the participating universities will announce GPAT cut-offs individually. NBEMS has no role in the conduct of counseling for admission to MPharm and PhD courses through the GPAT score.

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The GPAT 2024 results have been declared, with significant changes including the dropping of three questions from the final answer key. Candidates are advised to download their scorecards from July 14 and stay updated on individual institution cut-offs for their desired programs.

Candidates should regularly check the official NBEMS website ( for scorecard downloads and further updates, and promptly apply to their preferred institutions.


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