Display of OMR And Answer keys For NEET 2017

AIPMT Keys

CBSE (The Central Board of Secondary Education) is organizing the AIPMT 2016 (All-India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test 2016) exam on May 1st 2016, from 10 AM to 1 PM. The AIPMT 2016 Exam will be held across 50 cities in 1,065 centers all over the country and abroad.

CBSE will release the answer keys as well as the images of OMR answer scripts and answers to the problems marked by the applicants of the AIPMT 2016 Exam

The applicants can check out their OMR sheets or rather the scanned images of them and the solution key, set by the CBSE board by using their User ID for logging into the account using the registration number and password at the AIPMT website as per the schedule mentioned below

Dates of Display

OMR Sheet – Between May 19th, 2016 to May 23rd, 2016

Answer Key – May 24th , 2016 to May 26th, 2016

The applicants prepared to contest any answer in their OMR scripts or responses of any problems mentioned in the answer sheet issued by CBSE may do so by giving a fee of Rs 1,000/- per answer/per response. Offline appeals and appeals after set time/date will not be looked into.

The verdict of the board will be final in this matter. No additional communication after the last date will be taken into consideration. Only the complete and valid requests are accepted online with the payment, within the mandatory time frame, will be scrutinized.

An applicant manual for this purpose is obtainable at the AIPMT website www.aipmt.nic.in

To obtain the OMR challenge page, the link to login will be available on May 19th. Applicants must take the print of the Confirmation Page.

CBSE will organize the AIPMT exam, assess the solution scripts and likely announce the AIPMT result about three to four weeks after the examination.  The applicants must have cleared in the segments of Biology/Biotechnology, Chemistry, Physics and English separately and must have gained at least 50% marks at the entrance exam as stated before and furthermore must hold a stand in the AIPMT Merit List 2016 arranged as a consequence of the qualification examination.

Practise This Question

A horse is harnessed to a cart. If the horse tries to pull the cart, the horse must exert a force on the cart. By Newton's third law the cart must then exert an equal and opposite force on the horse. Since the two forces are equal and opposite, they must add to zero, so Newton's second law tells us that the acceleration of the system must be zero and therefore no matter how hard the horse pulls, it can never move the cart.

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