One Time Correction Window for NEET UG Opened: Correct Now!

By Malavikka

The one time correction window for NEET UG online applications has been opened by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). It has published the online application forms on its official website. According to the published notification, the last date to make the corrections is March 12 midnight.

One Time Correction Window for NEET UG Opened

 

How to make the one time correction for NEET UG online applications?

  • Log on to the official website, cbseneet.nic.in
  • Click on the relevant link
  • Then, click on 'NEET - 2017 - Candidate Login'
  • Enter your registration number and password
  • Click to submit
  • Make the necessary changes
  • Click Submit

The list of fields that can be corrected in the application form has been released by the CBSE. They are the following:

  • The details which can be corrected include identification identity
  • Candidates can make corrections in certain other sections which include Identification, Date of Birth, Gender, State Code of Eligibility, Category, Disability Status, Medium and Examination Centre

Who can make corrections?

The details can be corrected by all those candidates who have filled up application form with IDs other than Aadhar, enrolment number and registration number which is issued by facilitation centre
While aspirants who have not added their application form with Aadhaar Card and the candidates with nationality as Foreign, OCI, PIO and NRI cannot edit their identification identity

Aspirants who have given Tripura either in their state of eligibility or of qualifying exam will be able to change their centre of examination to Agartala in case they have chosen Bengali as medium of question paper

Exam Date and Centres

The test will be conducted on May 7, 2017 across 80 cities at 1,500 examination centres across the country.

Paper pattern

The exam shall consist of 180 objective type questions based on physics, chemistry and biology (Botany and Zoology). The duration of test would be three hours. The question paper will be in the following languages: Hindi, English, Gujarati, Marathi, Oriya, Bengali, Assamese, Telugu, Tamil and Kannada.

Last year, in both NEET-I and NEET-II, in total 8,02,594 candidates were registered for the examination.

Also Read: NEET Exam: 519 MBBS Students in Soup as MCI Cancels Admission

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