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NEET-UG 2024 Update: Scorecards of 1563 Students with Grace Marks to Be Canceled, Re-Test Likely on June 23

The Supreme Court has been informed by the Centre about canceling the scorecards of a total of 1563 candidates who appeared in NEET-UG 2024 and received grace marks, reported Business Today.

The Centre added that the 1563 students will be provided with the opportunity to appear again for the exam.

The revised scores eliminating grace marks awarded previously will be notified to the 1563 students shortly.

Moreover, the students will also get an opportunity to appear for the re-examination. For students who are not interested in appearing for the re-test, the scores of the original exam conducted on May 5 will be accepted as their final scores.

NEET-UG Retest

NTA, or the National Testing Agency, has notified that the anticipated date of the NEET-UG 2024 Retest is June 23, 2024. Moreover, the results will be made public before June 30.

Additionally, from July 6, the counseling sessions will begin after the results of the re-test are out.

The Supreme Court has taken into consideration three petitions surrounding the NEET-UG 2024 exam controversy. The exam determines the admission of students to BDS, MBBS, and other related courses.

The petition about the re-conduct of the NEET-UG 2024 was led by Justice Sandeep Mehta and Justice Vikram Nath.

As per Money Control, the petitioners include the chief executive officer of Physics Wallah, the EdTech company, Alakh Pandey. Alakh Pandey raised allegations and concerns about grace marks allocated to over 1500 candidates by NTA.

Moreover, Alakh also urged the SC to supervise and investigate the entire NEET-UG’s results and examination process by establishing an expert panel.

This year, in 2024, a total of 67 students created history by scoring full marks in the NEET-UG 2024 exam by securing 720/720.

Notably, many students and teachers from Bihar and Haryana came under scrutiny due to suspicions of malpractice. They were apprehended by the police. Even a suicide case of a candidate was also reported who gave up his life when he couldn’t clear NEET-UG in his last attempt.”

Also Read: NEET UG 2024 Controversy Explodes: Perfect Scores Questioned, Alleged Paper Leak, and Supreme Court Steps In

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