Few days back CBSE revealed the answer keys to the National
Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2017 exam for the students to check the
answer and challenge the same for any discrepancies and few aspirants from
Chandigarh have filed the objects saying that some answers in the key are
According to the reports from the HT, answers from the
section of Biology and Chemistry have been challenged by the aspirants.Gurasis Singh Sodhi, a NEET aspirant said, "I have
challenged three questions including two from chemistry and one from biology.
There is one question in chemistry that had two correct answers according to the
answer keys of the coaching institutes but CBSE has given only one correct
option. CBSE should consider our objections before results are declared".
Another trained said that "the candidates deserve to
know about the revised answer key especially when they are paying INR 1000 per
The answer keys for the NEET 2017 are available
at the official website www.cbseneet.nic.in
and students can visit the site to check the answer keys.
Q: Adult human RBCs are enucleate. Which of the following statements is/are most appropriate explanation for this feature?
- a) They do not need to reproduce
- b) They are somatic cells
- c) They do not metabolize
- d) All their internal space is available for oxygen transport
Options: i) Only d ii) Only iii) a,c, d iv) b and c
CBSE's answer: (iii) a,c,d
Q: Ionic mobility of which of the following alkali metals is lowest when aqueous solution of their salts are put under electric field?
CBSE's answer: (iii) Rb
Q: In case of a couple where male is having a very low sperm count, which technique will be suitable for fertilization?
- a) Intrauterine transfer
- b) Gametic intracytoplasmic fallopian transfer
- c) Artificial insemination
- d) Intracytoplasmic sperm injection
CBSE's answer: (iii) Artificial insemination
About NEET exam
The NEET 2017 exam was held on May 7 and a total of 11,38,890 registered for the exam including 1522 NRIs, 480 OCIs, 70 PIOs and 613 Foreigners. This year the exam was conducted in 10 languages at 1921 exam centers across 103 cities.