NEET UG 2021 Application Form Correction Facility Begins, Steps to Edit Details Here
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The correction window facility for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2021 has been opened by the National Testing Agency (NTA). The candidates who have applied for the NEET UG 2021 examination are eligible to make changes in the application form if required. The form correction facility is available on the official website of NEET UG at

The NEET correction window facility has been commenced today, August 11 and the candidates can edit their details till August 14, 2021. 

NEET UG 2021 Important Dates
  • Opening date of application- July 13, 2021
  • Revised last date of application- August 10, 2021 (upto 05:00 PM)
  • Last date to pay application fee - August 10, 2021 (upto 11:50 PM)
  • NEET UG 2021 Form correction date - August 11 to August 14, 2021
  • Release date of Admit Card- 3 days before the exam date
  • Date of Examination- September 12, 2021 (Sunday)

NEET 2021 Correction Window: How to Make Changes/ Corrections?
Candidates can follow the simple steps to make any changes required in the NEET 2021 application form

Step 1: Candidates are required to visit the official website of NEET at
Step 2: Now login by using the application number and password.
Step 3: A pop-up link to correct the NEET 2021 Exam Form details will appear on the screen.
Step 4: Click on the link and it will redirect you to the new page to make relevant changes.
Step 5: Check the details carefully and make the corrections, wherever required.
Step 6: Verify the details, save and finally submit the application form.
Step 7: Take a printout of the NEET correction slip for further references.

Click Here to Visit the Official Website

NEET UG 2021 Revised Exam Pattern

  • As per the revised exam pattern released by the NTA, this time NEET (UG)-2021 will comprises of two sections. 
  • Each subject will consist of two sections. Section A will consist of 35 questions and Section B will have 15 questions. 
  • Out of these 15 questions, candidates can choose to attempt any 10 questions. 
  • The total number of questions and exam duration will remain the same.