NEET Result: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had released the NEET 2018 notification on February 12, 2018, and NEET Application Form is now available at cbseneet.nic.in. The last date to fill up the NEET online application form is March 9, 2018.
More than 10 lakh students appear for NEET every year for nearly 1 lakh seats in different medical and dental colleges across the country. That says a lot about the kind of competition that medical aspirants have to go through as they start their NEET preparation to get the best possible NEET result. In this post, we are providing detailed information regarding NEET result.
NEET Result 2018
NEET Result – Score Card Details
The score card of NEET 2018 exam will be valid only for one year (for the session 2018-19). The score card will be available via online mode. Details mentioned in the score card are given below:
- Candidate’s Name
- 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 Counselling under 15% All India Quota
- NEET All India Quota Rank (for 15% All India Quota)
Steps to check your NEET result:
- Log on to the official website – cbseneet.nic.in
- Click on ‘NEET Result 2018’
- Enter the ‘Roll Number’ and ‘Date of Birth’
- Click on ‘Submit’
- Results will be displayed on the screen
- Download the NEET Result 2018 and take a print out.
NEET Result – Merit List
CBSE will prepare a merit list for 15% All India Quota seats based on the cut off score of NEET Result 2018. Only the candidates qualifying NEET 2018 will be allowed to take part in the 15% AIQ counselling procedure. The seats will be allotted according to the candidate’s rank and preference. The NEET 2018 merit list will feature only those candidates who secure the minimum percentile score as indicated in the NEET cut off 2018.
NEET Result – Cut Off
As per official data, 10,90,085 candidates appeared for NEET 2017. The minimum score that was required for unreserved candidates to qualify for the exam was 131. For SC/ST/OBC candidates, the NEET cut off was 107. The NEET cutoff percentile are tabulated below:
NEET Cut Off Percentile For 2017
NEET Cutoff Percentile
Marks Range/Number of Candidates Qualified
With just around 1 lakh seats for MBBS and BDS courses across the country, the number of candidates who qualified the exam is high. So, you can see, in order to ensure a seat, clearing the NEET cut off is not enough; you have to crack the exam with a very high score in your NEET result.
NEET Result – Minimum Qualifying Percentile
The NEET cut off score for 2018, i.e. the minimum qualifying percentile for all the categories is likely to remain same as previous years:
NEET Cut Off 2018
Factors Determining The Merit List In Case Of Tie:
If two or more candidates score the same marks, the following tie-breaking factors in the same order of priority are considered to determine the merit list of the NEET result:
Tie-Breaking Factors Determining NEET Merit List
|1. Candidates who score higher in NEET Biology will be placed high in the merit list.|
|2. If after considering the above factor, the tie remains, the candidates with a higher score in NEET Chemistry will be placed higher in the merit list.|
|3. If the tie remains even after considering the above two factors, the candidates with less number of incorrect attempts will be placed higher in the merit list.|
|4. If there is a tie even after considering the three factors mentioned above, candidates senior in age will be placed higher in the merit list.|
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