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NEET 2020: Correction window to open from January 15 – three important things to check and correct

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, NEET 2020 online application window is now closed. All those who have applied for the NEET 2020 examination are now required to check their filled application. National testing Agency, NTA would open the NEET 2020 correction window on January 15, 2020 Here is why all candidates must check their application forms and the three things that all candidates must check.

All must remember that after the correction window closes, students would not be allowed to make any changes in the application forms. This includes the personal details entered as well as the examination centre choices. In case of any concerns, students are hence advised to carefully go through the application form and make any correction, if required. List of things all students must check and correct are listed below.

  1. Personal Details: All students are advised to kindly check all the details entered in the application form, including their date of birth, spelling of their name, father’s name, mother’s name and so on. The details must tally with the identification card used at the time of examination. Discrepancy in the details may prevent the candidates from appearing for the examination. Difference in documents (Class 10 passing certificate, caste certificate, etc.) may also lead to cancellation of the candidature at the time of admission.
  2. Choice of Examination Centre: Candidates can also check and update the choice of examination city and centre filled in the application form. In case a student wishes, he/she can change the choice of examination city during the correction window. An important thing to remember at this juncture is to ensure that the selection of language is related to the choice of examination city. The regional papers would be available only in the respective states. Candidates opting to appear for NEET 2020 from Chennai, for example, cannot opt for New Delhi as a centre and choose Tamil as the medium of instruction.
  3. Opting for 15% All India Quota and Submission of Self Declaration: All students except the students of erstwhile Jammu and Kashmir are automatically eligible for 15% All India Quota and are not required to submit any self-declaration form. However, students belonging to union territories of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh are required to submit the self-declaration form. Also, students who are eligible are also required to share their intent to participate in the All India Quota.

Apart from these, students/ candidates are also advised to check their image and signature uploaded for any error. Also, the correction window would be open from January 15, 2020 to January 31, 2020. All candidates are advised to keep a check on the official website for latest updates regarding NEET 2020.

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