The National Testing Agency (NTA) has opened the NEET UG 2023 application correction window today, April 8, 2023. Candidates who successfully submitted the NEET 2023 form and want to make changes or edit its particulars can now do so through the official website – neet.nta.nic.in.
Candidates should note that the last date to edit some details in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Undergraduate application form is April 10, 2023, up to 11:50 PM.
Only the registered candidates for the medical entrance examination are advised to edit their application forms within the stipulated time and verify their particulars if required. No corrections in the form after the deadline will be entertained by the agency under any circumstances.
“Since it is a one-time facility extended to the candidates to avoid any hardships to them, the candidates are informed to do the correction very carefully, as no further chance for correction will be given to the candidates,” reads the official notice
How to edit NEET UG 2023 application form?
Step 1: Visit the official website at https://nta.ac.in/
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the link available for NEET UG 2023 application correction.
Step 3: On a new page, enter your login credentials.
Step 4: Edit your application form and pay the fee.
Step 5: Verify your particulars before the final submission.
Step 6: Download the form and take a printout for further use.
NEET UG 2023 Correction Window: Instructions for candidates
No candidate can change their mobile number, email, permanent or present address in the form.
Aadhar-verified candidates are allowed to edit either their father’s or mother’s name and category, sub-category (PwD), examination city and medium of the exam, and Class 10 and 12 exams passing year. Wherever applicable, supporting documents against these changes should be uploaded.
Non-Aadhar verified candidates are allowed to change either their name, father’s or mother’s name (one out of three), gender, date of birth, category, sub-category (PwD), city and medium of examination, and Class 10 and 12 board exams passing year. Supporting documents against these changes need to be uploaded.