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NTA to issue revised merit list after re-test | India News


NEW DELHI: Cancellation of the NEET-UG scorecards of 1,563 candidates who received grace marks due to loss of time and the re-test for them will impact both the overall merit list and the number of top rankers.
According to sources in the National Testing Agency (NTA), after the re-test and its result on June 30, NTA is expected to announce a new all-India merit list.Cancellation of grace marks will reduce the number of top rankers from 67 to 61.

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Sixty-seven candidates had scored 720 marks, tying as joint toppers. However, their all-India ranks differ due to the tie-break scheme. Six of these top scorers are among the 1,563 candidates who took the exam at a centre in Haryana.
Regardless of whether these candidates choose to take the re-test or accept their pre-normalisation marks, the ranks of these candidates, as well as others, could be affected, NTA said. The counselling process for NEET-UG will begin on July 6.
The counselling process for NEET-UG will begin on July 6. SC has refused to halt the counselling but clarified that admission of successful candidates to medical colleges and other institutions will depend on the outcome of petitions seeking cancellation of the May 5 exam.





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