Lets examine each statement:

(a) It is not possible to draw three points that are noncoplanar.

Any three noncollinear points are contained in a unique plane. If the three points are collinear, they are contained in infinitely many planes. In either case, the three points will be coplanar. Hence the statement is never true. Point given = 1

(b) If two lines intersect, then they intersect in exactly one point. Hence the statement is always true. Points given = 3

(c) If two rays share a common endpoint, then they form an angle or a line (straight angle). Hence the statement is sometimes true. Points given = 2

(d) When three coplanar lines are parallel, then they will not intersect. If all these three lines pass through a common point, then they intersect at one point. If two of these lines are parallel and one line is not parallel to these two lines, then we will get two intersection points. When none of the pair of any two lines out of these three lines are parallel to each other, then they can intersect at three points. Hence the statement is always true. Points given = 3

(e) If two planes intersect, they intersect in a straight line. It is a postulate that is always true. Points given = 3

Sum of the points given = 1 + 3 + 2 + 3 + 3 = 12

Hence, option 5.