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Karnataka NEET UG Counselling 2022: Mock seat allotment result released, direct link here

Karnataka NEET UG Counselling 2022: The National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) UG counselling 2022 mock seat allotment result has been released by the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA). Candidates can check their results by visiting the official website —

To enter the website, applicants are needed to use their respective CET roll numbers. The authority has also extended the last date for NEET UG 2022 option entry. Now, candidates can fill out the entry up to 10 am on November 8, 2022.

Candidates are advised to verify their allotted seats on the official KEA website. Applicants can change, edit, reorder, delete or add their preferences. 

Official Statement 

According to an official statement, “All the candidates must enter their final options before the last date prescribed. Candidates will not be able to change their options after the last date and time fixed to do so.”

“The options entered by the candidate for the first round will remain the same for the subsequent round of seat allotment. The candidates will not be allowed to enter options again. Option entry done before the first round will be the final list of options. The priority of options entered by the candidate will be shown on the option entry module by obtaining the candidate’s credentials in the subsequent round. Candidates may delete or alter higher options. The candidate will be allowed to add new options for any colleges and course that is added to the seat matrix for the first round,” read an official notification from KEA.

Karnataka NEET UG Counselling 2022: How to check the result?

  • Visit the official website — —
  • Click on the link to Karnataka NEET UG mock allotment 2022
  • Enter the CET number
  • The result will be displayed on the screen

Direct link to view result 

The authorities further stated that candidates might become acquainted with their assigned course and college by participating in a simulated allocation. As candidates can alter the priority of the options they entered even after the results of the simulated allotment, this list should not be taken as the final seat allocation.

The candidate may or may not be assigned a seat in the final allotment list based on the KEA NEET UG mock seat allocation.

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