The answer keys of NEET 2017 for around 11, 38, 890 candidates is  likely to be published tomorrow June 13 after the Supreme Court has  stayed Madras High Court order and has also allowed CBSE to declare NEET results. The answer keys are expected to be released tomorrow, as it the results are delayed and the admission procedure for the medical admissions for MBBS and BDS is soon to commence. The medical aspirants will also be able to check OMR sheets, updates at 10 am on The exam was conducted cross 1921 exam centers in 103 cities.  After the release of the answer keys the candidates will be able to match the answers and calculate their answers. This year the NEET exam was conducted on May 7, 2017 under strict measures to curb cheating. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued a statement, according to which  the CBSE NEET exam was conducted in online mode. ALSO READ: NEET 2017 Results get a go ahead as SC stays Madras HC stay, permits CBSE to release results, more updates here soon and NEET 2017 News Live Update: SC directs CBSE to declare NEET Results before June 24, asks High Courts not to entertain any pleas

This year, the aspirants must note that the seats will be classified in the categories such as All India Quota Seats, State Government Quota Seats, State/Management/NRI Quota Seats in Private Medical / Dental Colleges or any Private/ Deemed University, Central Pool Quota Seats. This year about  1522 NRIs, 480 OCIs, 70 PIOs & 613 Foreigners appeared for the medical exam.  It is advisable for the aspirants to download the answer keys and know the procedure to download the answer keys:

This year the NEET exam has been surrounded by controversies .Hundreds of medical aspirants who had appeared for the NEET-2017 has staged a protest in the city demanding re-examination following instances of alleged paper leak in certain cities and also sent letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. There were also reports that the CBSE NEET paper in certain languages were tougher and had errors.  Also read: NEET UG 2017 Paper Analysis: Physics paper lengthy, difficult say aspirants