National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2020 conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) on the 3rd of May. The conduction of the exam will be followed by the release of answer key, after which the NEET result 2020 will be announced on the 4th of June. The result will be uploaded on the official website, ntaneet.nic.in.
The qualified students will be admitted to Medical and Dental colleges, which have, MCI / DCI approval. The NEET 2020 result can be accessed using the application number of the candidate and the date of birth as password. Let’s take a look at the process one must follow to fetch the result.
NEET Result 2020
The result card of the candidate can be seen by logging in using the application number. The card contains the marks of the individual subjects, the overall marks, the percentile score and the All India Rank (AIR). Following are the important dates concerning the NEET Result 2020
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|NEET 2020 Application Form will be available from||2 December 2019|
|Last date to apply online||31 December 2019|
|NEET 2020 application form correction||First week of January 2020|
|Download NEET 2020 Admit Card||27 March 2020|
|NTA will release NEET Answer Key 2020||Second Week of May 2020|
|Answer Key Objection Date||Third Week of May 2020|
|Candidates can submit discrepancies / wrong questions of NEET 2020 to NTA||Last Week of May 2020|
|NEET 2020 Result declaration with score and All India Rank||4 June 2020|
Result: The NEET 2020 Result can be checked from the www.ntaneet.nic.in.
Steps to check the NEET Result
The NEET can be easily checked on following the steps given below-
- Visit the official website, ntaneet.nic.in
- Click on the “Download Result” option present at the left side of the home page
- Candidate needs to enter the application number, along with the date of birth as password
- The result which appears must be downloaded and printed for the counseling process
The students are advised that they take out 2-3 printouts of the NEET 2020 Scorecard. It will be useful at the time of the counselling.
Process of Preparing the NEET 2020 Result
The NEET result can be seen in the form of a scorecard that’s available when a candidate logs in with his/her details. The merit list is thereafter prepared for the 15% All Indian Quota Seats. This 15% of candidates are sent for counseling to MCC. The following methodology is adopted to form the scorecard and the merit list for the 15% candidates.
The score of each candidate is calculated based on the marking scheme that has been proposed for the exam. The correct and incorrect answers are marked, after which the total score is calculated.
Total Marks= +4*(number of correct answers) -1* (number of incorrect answers)
After having the total marks at hand, the percentile score can be deduced using the following formula-
Percentile Score= 100* the number of candidates appeared with the total score equal to or less than the candidate/ the total number of candidates appeared
The rank of a candidate in the merit list is determined by the percentile score that he/she has attained. The higher the score, the more a candidate is advanced in the merit list. However, if there is a tie in the percentile score of a few candidates, following are the grounds that determine who will be placed higher in the merit list.
- The score of Biology, which comprises of Botony and Zoology is the first parameter. The more a candidate scores in this section, the higher rank he attains.
- If the aforementioned parameter isn’t sufficient, then the Chemistry marks are considered. The one with higher marks gets a better position in the merit list.
- If the above two are inefficient in breaking the tie, then the number of questions attempted is taken into account. Out of the total number of questions answered, the one who has less incorrect answers is placed better in the merit list.
- The last account on which the tie is broken is the age of the candidate. The candidate who is elder is given a better rank in the merit list.
NEET Cut Off Scores
It’s mandatory to clear the cut-off for qualifying NEET. Where on one hand, the NEET scores are subject to change, the percentile score tends to remain the same. Below are the cut-off percentile scores across categories for making a place in the merit list.
NEET Score Validity
A candidate who has qualified NEET can only use the score for admissions for a year. However, if one chooses to opt for a foreign university, the score is valid for 3 years.
NEET 2020 Counselling
The counselling for NEET 2020 will be conducted after the NEET 2020 Results have been announced and the merit list has been prepared. The students will be called for the counselling based on the ranks obtained by them in the merit list. In the counselling rounds, the students will have to bring some important documents with them to the counselling venue.
Frequently Asked Questions
The score is valid for a period of one year national and for a period of three years internationally.
Firstly, the parameter is the biology score. Secondly, the chemistry scores. Thirdly, the ratio of incorrect answers to the number of questions attempted. And lastly, the age of the candidates. The candidate who is aged more is given preference over the younger candidate.
One needs to keep the application number ready for checking the result. The log in password is one’s date of birth.