NEET 2020 Result
Candidates will have the capacity to check their NEET results and rank letter through online process as it were. No scorecard will be sent to the candidates through disconnected/offline mode. For SC/ST aspirants, the no different results will be proclaimed. The qualified candidate’s list will be set up for ranking based on NEET result. Applicants will be required the NEET 2020 admission procedure based on the ranking list.
Entry into Medical and Dental universities for MBBS and BDS will be done based on marks scored by the competitors in the national level placement test and the cutoff set by singular schools. The normal discharge date of the outcome for NEET 2020 will be in June 2020. Check discharged warning for NEET. It will be announced by CBSE as a scorecard after which a legitimacy rundown of the qualified Aspirants will be discharged. Aspirants can get to it on the official site by signing into their NEET account. The outcome stands legitimately for entrance into MBBS/BDS course in all focal/state/regarded colleges aside from AIIMS and JIPMER which direct their own exams. Check guiding date of NEET.
The base NEET Cutoffs imprints to qualify the NEET exam will be half (For General category) and 40% (For SC/ST/OBC Category). Competitors will have the capacity to check the NEET answer key before the merit announcement. The appropriate response key causes the possibility to evaluate the base score secured in the entrance test.
|Result Declaration||June 2020( Expected )|
|Counselling Begins||July 2020 ( Expected )|
|Result Availability Mode||Online|
How to check the Result?
- Under the ‘Online Services’ area, tap on NEET (UG) Result.
- Another tab will open where applicants should need to enter their move number and Date of Birth.
- Tap on submit once you’ve checked your certifications.
- Your Result will be shown on the screen. Download and take numerous printouts for sometime later.
- NEET 2018 Rank Predictor
- Points of interest on the scorecard
NEET 2020 Score Card Details
The scorecard of NEET 2020 exam will be considered just for one year (for the session 2018-19). The scorecard will be accessible by means of online mode. Details provided in the scorecard are given below:
- Mother’s Name
- Father’s Name
- Date of Birth
- Student’s Roll Number
- Application Number
- Total Marks Obtained
- Marks Secured in Chemistry
- Marks Secured in Biology
- Marks Secured in Physics
- Total Secured Percentile
- NEET Category Rank
- NEET All India Rank
- Exam Qualifying Status (Qualified or Non-qualified)
- Cut-off Score for Counseling under 15% All India Quota
- NEET All India Quota Rank (for 15% All India Quota)
How to calculate Rank and Score?
NEET Answer Key will be released by CBSE so candidates can easily calculate their overall score.
|Correct Answer: +4|
|Incorrect Answer: -1|
|NEET Score= (No. of correct answers X 4) – (No. of incorrect answers X 1)|
NEET 2020 Qualifying Marks
|Category||Qualifying Marks||Qualifying Percentile|
|General- Physically Handicapped||324||45%|
|SC/ST/OBC- Physically Handicapped||288||45%|
NEET 2019 Cut-off (15% All India Quota Seats)
The cut-off is the imprints considered by different schools for giving confirmation. The cut-off imprints will rely on different terms like exam trouble, number of understudies, and so forth. NEET 2020 cut-off will be discharged after the outcome declaration. Here we are giving the earlier year cut-off of NEET examination:
|Category||No. of Students||Marks Range|
|UR||14315||685 – 468|
|OBC||230||468 – 465|
|SC||2815||468 – 352|
|ST||1427||466 – 303|
|UR & PH||430||466 – 214|
|OBC & PH||10||213 – 210|
|SC & PH||75||209 – 130|
|ST & PH||23||213 – 118|
Re-evaluation of OMR sheets
The OMR sheets are checked with extreme care. No re-checking or re-evaluation will be done and queries/requests for the same will not be entertained.
NEET 2020 Merit list
A Merit List will be released by CBSE after the display of NEET 2020 Results. This merit is just for applicants who have decided on 15% All India Quota Seats in their Application form. For whatever remains of the competitors, guiding will be led based on their All India Ranks.
For two or more candidates securing the same marks in the entrance exam, the final merit will be decided on the following basis, in order of preference.
- Candidates obtaining higher marks in Biology.
- Candidates obtaining higher marks in Chemistry.
- Candidates with lesser number of wrong answers in all the subjects.
- Candidates older in age.
NEET Result 2020 FAQs
Questions: What will be the syllabus for NEET?
Answer: NEET syllabus will include of Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects. You can check the syllabus from the NEET 2018 Syllabus section given above.
Questions. How will the three (3) attempts of NEET be calculated? Should it be consecutive or not?
Answer: No. Data in regards to the approaches to figure NEET endeavours isn’t recorded in the data handout. The endeavours will be figured from 2018 onwards. For instance, if an applicant has shown up in NEET 2018, they will be qualified for two more endeavours gave they have not crossed the upper age restrict.
Questions. How will the merit list be prepared for 15% All India Quota seats?
Answer: Merit list will be Based on All India Rank and the reservation roster provided by DGHS, merit list for All India Quota will be prepared.
Questions. How to evaluate NEET Score and Rank?
Answer: NEET Percentile Based on Highest Marks
Assessment of percentile based on imprints should effortlessly be possible. We are giving you Percentile recipe which in view of imprints scored by the contenders.
The formulae for computing Percentile based on Marks:
Singular Score X 100/Marks acquired by top scorer
Percentile in view of rank
Assessment of percentile based on rank is to some degree troublesome in contrast with the first. Observe the Percentile equation which depends on rank, picked up by the competitors.
The formulae for computing Percentile based on Rank:
Questions: When will NEET 2018 examination be held?
Answer: The examination is likely to be organized on 10th May 2018.
Questions. How will the Tie-breaking difficulty be dissolved?
Answer: We have mentioned above the tiebreaker situation.
Questions: How can I apply for NEET 2018 examination?
Answer: You can apply through online mode only.
Questions. Who will conduct Counseling after NEET 2018?
- 15% All India Quota seats, counselling will be conducted by the DGHS New Delhi.
- Seats under the control of Institutions/States/Universities, their respective authorities will conduct the counselling.
Questions. What is the reservation criteria for 15% all India quota seats?
Answer: all India quota seats-15 %, seats are reserved for SC candidates-15% , SC- 7.5% and OBC- 27% candidates
Questions: Can OCI candidates apply for the exam?
Answer: Yes, they can also apply.
Questions. What is the procedure for online seat allotment?
Answer: The procedure steps are given here –
- Primary Counseling Registration.
- Practicing of Choices, demonstrative seats and Locking of decisions.
- The procedure of Seat Allotment – Round 1.
- Cycle 1 Result Publication.
- Announcing at the dispensed Medical/Dental College against first Round.
- Production of net empty seats.
- Crisp Choice Submission by the qualified contender for Round 2.
- The procedure of Seat Allotment – Round 2.
- Cycle 2 Result Publication.
- Revealing at the Medical/Dental Colleges/Institutions against Round 2.
- END of 15 % All India Counseling and returning of Non Joined, Not allocated seats to state share.
Questions. Will there be negative marking in NEET 2018?
Questions: What is the minimum age limit to apply?
Answer: The minimum age limit is 17 years as on or before 31st December of the year of admission.
Questions. How long is the result of NEET 2018 valid?
Answer: It is valid for the same year of the exam conducted.
Questions. Can one see images of OMR sheets and Responses on the website?
Answer: Truly. Each right answer will get 04 marks and for each of base reaction, 01 imprints will be deducted from the aggregate score.
Questions. Is there any provision to challenge the response(s) against the OMR grading?
Answer: Applicants will be given a chance to submit portrayal against the OMR reviewing on an instalment of Rs.1000/ – per reaction tested. Rs.1000/ – per reaction will be discounted to the applicant if his/her test is acknowledged by the Board.
Questions. How many marks should we gain to qualify for NEET exam?
Answer: It is different in Category.
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