NEET UG 2024 Retest Results: Shocking Drop in Toppers to 61, Supreme Court to Hear Petitions on July 8

NTA announces NEET UG 2024 retest results; perfect scorers reduced to 61. Supreme Court to review petitions.

NEET UG 2024 Retest Results: Toppers Drop to 61, Supreme Court to Hear Petitions on July 8

July 1, 2024, New Delhi: The National Testing Agency (NTA) has announced the NEET UG 2024 retest results, significantly affecting the standings of top scorers. Conducted for 1563 candidates, this retest was held following complaints about exam time loss during the initial test, which had granted them grace marks. As a result, the number of perfect scorers has been reduced from 67 to 61.

The students who took the retest can now view their scores on the official website @exams.nta.ac.in/NEET.

“None of the 813 candidates scored 720/720, reducing the tally of perfect scorers from 67 to 61,” said NTA sources.

Impact on Top Scorers’ Tally

The retest results showed that none of the 813 candidates achieved a perfect score of 720/720, reducing the number of perfect scorers. This has significantly impacted the overall standings of top candidates.

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Legal Challenges

The Supreme Court is set to hear petitions related to the NEET UG 2024 results on July 8, 2024. These legal challenges stem from disputes over the fairness and validity of the retest and the initial grace marks awarded. The outcome of these proceedings could influence future exam formats and policies.

More Details

  • Retest conducted: June 23, 2024
  • Candidates: 1563 appeared for the retest
  • Original perfect scorers: Reduced from 67 to 61
  • Supreme Court hearing: Scheduled for July 8, 2024

Possible Future Revisions

The Centre is considering transitioning NEET UG to an online format from next year to avoid such discrepancies and improve the fairness of the exam process. This potential shift aims to enhance the reliability and integrity of the testing system, ensuring a level playing field for all candidates.

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The announcement of the NEET UG 2024 retest results has caused a notable shift in the standings of top scorers and introduced new legal challenges. As the Supreme Court prepares to hear the related petitions, the Centre is exploring the possibility of moving NEET UG to an online format to prevent future issues. Candidates and stakeholders await further developments and decisions that will shape the future of medical entrance examinations in India. For more updates on NEET UG 2024 and other educational news, visit therisingnews.com.

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