NEET Exam 2024: 'Disappointed but...', NEET topper Anjali, who scored 720 out of 720, will retake the exam - WBSSC

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Thursday 13 June 2024

NEET Exam 2024: 'Disappointed but...', NEET topper Anjali, who scored 720 out of 720, will retake the exam

NEET topper Anjali Yadav

NEET Exam: 'I have full confidence in my ability and I am ready to take the exam again', says NEET topper Anjali Yadav.   Anjali scored 720 out of 720 in NEET exam.   Anjali Yadav of Jhajjar village in Haryana is a resident of Chamanpura village.

Recently, there has been an uproar across the country regarding giving grace marks in the NEET exam results and the Supreme Court has also issued an important order in this regard. The Supreme Court has said that the examination will be retaken for the children who have been given grace marks. NTA has announced the exam dates.

After the Supreme Court's order, Anjali said, after this decision, the toppers are definitely disappointed, but they have full confidence in their abilities and are ready to take the exam again. 

Anjali said that when the decision came to take the exam again, she would take the exam again even if she was a little disappointed.   He appealed to other toppers including Grace Marks not to lose heart and to work hard again.  Ten days are available so everyone should try their best.

Anjali informed that she had given the NEET exam at Hardayal Public School, Bahadurgarh. Yash Kataria, another topper from Jhajjar, said he also took the exam at Hardayal Public School and got 718 marks.  Time for retesting is short, but will try.

Grandpa said indignantly - What is wrong with the children?

However, Anjali's grandfather expressed dissatisfaction with this decision.   He said that he is not happy with this decision.   He said, what is the fault of the examinees in this regard?  He said, in such a situation, the candidate should take the exam repeatedly or should not take the exam at all.   It is personal matter of NTA and again it is not reasonable to burden the candidates.  

Anjali passed class 12 from Sanskaram School in Khatibas village of Jhajjar district and after that took coaching for NEET exam from the same school.

The Supreme Court held a hearing on the NEET exam on Thursday and the court refused to ban counselling.   During the hearing, the court ordered only 1563 candidates to retake the exam.   The NTA informed that the exam will be conducted on June 23 followed by counseling.   The re-exam results are expected before June 30.

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