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NEET 2024 exam

I didn’t fail the exam, system failed me:

In any other year, with a score of 650 in the NEET exam, 23-year-old Surbhi Singh would be preparing for her admission to King George’s Medical University in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh. But this year, that score just isn’t enough. “I feel like I have failed,” she said.

Surbhi is uncertain if she will secure admission to any government college for her MBBS course. This year, 67 candidates scored 100 percent in the NEET 2024 exams, leaving countless young students and their parents anxious and dejected. Some are protesting online, while others are preparing to move to court for legal action. Meanwhile, students like Surbhi have returned to their textbooks to study for the next NEET exam.

“I packed all my books after my exam on May 5th. I was very happy and positive after matching the answer key. Now, I am getting my books out of the bags, mentally preparing myself to study again as the exam might be held again,” she said, seated outside her one-room house in Noida, where her whole family lives.

For more details: https://theprint.in/ground-reports/didnt-fail-exam-system-failed-me-neet-2024-exam-students/2125904/

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