NEET Score Card 2023 Out, Direct PDF Download Link, Toppers
NEET Score Card 2023: The National Testing Agency (NTA) is the authorised agency that declared the NEET score card on June 13, 2023, on its official portal, i.e., neet.nta.nic.in. Only aspirants who took the test on the scheduled date can know the status of their NEET scorecard using login credentials, namely ‘Application Number’, ‘Date of Birth’, and ‘Security Pin’. However, the toppers list of the top 50 candidates does not require any login credentials for viewing.
Scorecards of NEET 2023 candidates will be announced through an official notice on the website. Candidates who pass the exam will be eligible for admission to medical courses based on their NEET 2023 scores. Continue reading to learn more about the NEET scorecard 2023, merit list, toppers list, cut-off marks, etc.
Before we delve into the detailed analysis of the NEET scorecard, let us first go through the overview of the exam to have a better understanding:
National Testing Agency (NTA)
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET)
Admission To MBBS, BUMS, BDS, BHMS, BAMS, BNYS, BSMS, BVSc, and Other AH Courses
NEET 2023 Exam Date
May 7, June 3, 4, 5, 6, 2023
NEET 2023 Result Date
June 13, 2023
Last Date to Check the NEET Result
Available For 3 Months From Its Release Date
Validity of Result
Valid For The Next Three Years
NTA NEET Official Website
neet.nta.nic.in or ntaresults.nic.in or nta.ac.in
NEET Score Card 2023 Release Date
NTA has officially announced the NEET (UG) scorecard on its portal; candidates can check NEET results using the above link. Aspirants can also refer to the important dates of the NEET 2023 exam:
NEET 2023 Event Name
Important Date* (Tentative)
NEET 2023 Exam Date
May 7, June 3, 4, 5, 6, 2023
NEET 2023 Final Result Date
June 13, 2023
*The important dates as given above are tentative and will be subject to the official announcement.
How To Check NEET Score Card 2023?
NTA declared the scorecard of the NEET 2023 exam now. While the NTA has kept the procedure to download the NEET scorecard in PDF as easy as possible, some new students may have trouble navigating through the website. Therefore, we have added a step-by-step procedure in the segment below:
1st Step: Log on to the official website, i.e., ntaneet.nic.in.
2nd Step: Either scroll down for a link that says ‘NEET (UG) 2021 Result’ or go to the right-hand side of the page for the ‘News & Events’ column’.
3rd Step: Click on NEET (UG) 2023 Result link, and you will be redirected to another page.
4th Step: Now, enter your ‘Application Number’, ‘Date of Birth’, and ‘Security Pin’, and then click on the ‘Submit’ button (in red).
5th Step: After a couple of seconds, your NTA NEET (UG) scorecard will appear on the screen, and you can ensure that there are no discrepancies in it.
6th Step: Take a printout of the NTA NEET scorecard for future reference.
Details on NEET UG Score Card
The NEET scorecard is an essential document. It comprises crucial information about the candidate, exam, and performance, such as:
Date of Birth
Marks Obtained (Subject-wise)
All India Rank (AIR)
Overall & Category Rank
Result Release Date
We have also added a preview of the NEET scorecard below so that students can understand what the result will look like:
Calculating NEET Scores & Rank
All registered aspirants must also be familiar with calculating NEET score and rank to understand that everything printed on the final result is correct and that the marking scheme has been followed correctly.
Every right answer yields (adds) 4 marks.
Every incorrect answer deducts one mark.
No marks are subtracted or added for unanswered questions.
The overall paper carries a total of 200 marks.
Each segment is divided into two sections: section A has 35 questions, and section B includes 15 questions.
Here is the formula to calculate NEET scores:
Formula to Calculate NEET Score = (Number of Correct Attempts x 4) – (Number of Incorrect Attempts x 1)
Based on the NEET scores, percentile, All India Rank (AIR), and category-wise ranks are prepared. We will also add these once the result is out officially.
NEET Score Card 2023 Download Link
As the NTA prepared and declared the final scorecard of the entrance test, aspirants will also need a direct PDF link so they do not have to navigate the website. We have added the direct link to the NEET exam scorecard in the following table once declared officially:
Some aspirants might also be interested in knowing how NEET scores and rank are presented in a head-to-head comparison. Since NEET rank also plays a significant role in the NEET counselling round.
As the NEET has not been conducted yet and ‘NEET scores vs rank analysis’ has not been released, aspirants can refer to the expected NEET scores vs rank analysis below:
All India Rank (AIR)
NEET Toppers’ List 2023 – List of Top Scorers
NTA also releases the toppers list of NEET, the list of those who score the All India Rank (AIR) in the entrance test. The NEET list of toppers is further divided into different categories: state-wise toppers’ list, percentile-wise list, category-wise list (PwD, UR, PWR, SC, ST, OBC-NCL), rank-wise list, gender-wise list (for male and female aspirants). We have added all such lists in the NEET toppers list article.
What is NEET Percentile?
Another critical point to note while reviewing the performance in the test is ‘Percentile’. So, using the NEET percentile, students can know how many students have scored more than a particular candidate. The NEET percentile is calculated based on the NEET raw scores and represents the toppers’ positions in the ranking system. The percentile, therefore, is also used while preparing the NEET toppers’ list.
Like the NEET cut-off, the percentile of the entrance test also varies depending on candidates’ categories, which is how the ‘Qualifying Criteria’ are determined. Take a look at the previous year’s category-wise qualifying criteria:
NEET 2023 Cut-off Percentile
NEET 2023 Cut-off Marks
General (UR / EWS)
General (UR / EWS & PH)
NEET 2024 Tie-breaking Criteria (New)
Due to many applicants applying for the entrance test, there could be a case when two or more candidates may score the same marks in NEET 2023. And, since all high-scoring aspirants must be ranked based on their test marks, there must be some strategic tie-breaking criteria.
NTA, following the guidelines of the National Medical Commission (NMC), has defined the following criteria to break the tie in the identical NEET scores, and it shall be effective from 2024:
Aspirants with the highest marks in Physics will be prioritised, followed by Chemistry and Biology.
NEET 2023 Old Tie-breaking Criteria
Aspirants who score higher in NEET Biology will be given priority.
If the tie persists, those scoring higher in the Chemistry section will be placed on the NEET merit list.
Those who attempted the question with fewer incorrect attempts will be considered if the tie still exists (even after following the criteria mentioned above).
Note: NTA has removed the age factor from the tie-breaking standard.
What After NEET Scorecard?
After NTA releases NEET scores, it will schedule the counselling rounds for State and All-India quota seats. Also, all aspirants must register online for the NEET counselling round. Last year, the Directorate of UR of Health Services (DGHS) organised the counselling round of 15% All India Quota Seats, Central Universities, Deemed Universities, Seats of AFMC and ESIC, AMU & BHU. The counselling process will stop once the seats have been filled. For more details, candidates can log on to the official website of the Medical Counselling Committee, i.e., mcc.nic.in.
FAQs Regarding NEET Score Card 2023
We have answered some of the most frequently asked questions regarding the NEET 2023 exam in the following segment:
Q: When will NTA declare the NEET scorecard?
Ans: NTA declared NEET scores on its website on June 13, 2023. We have added a direct link to check the NEET 2023 scores above.
Q: What is the NEET 2024 exam date?
Ans: NEET 2024 will likely be conducted in May 2024.
Q: When will NEET 2023 counselling begin?
Ans: The counselling round of the NEET 2023 session will begin after the official result declaration. NTA may conduct different rounds of NEET counselling, and we will keep all aspirants informed on this page about the same.
Q: Where to check NEET scorecard status?
Ans: Aspirants must log in to their candidate profile on the official website using the ‘Application Number’, ‘Date of Birth’ available on the application form, or NEET admit card.
Q: Which colleges accept NEET scores?
Ans: Hundreds of medical and dental colleges in India accept NEET scores. Check out the complete list of colleges accepting NEET scores in India.
Q: What is a good NEET score?
Ans: A NEET score between 550-650 is considered a good score. Such a score will allow you to get a good government college to pursue your career.
Q: When will NTA release the NEET 2023 rank list with marks?
Ans: NTA published the state-wise rank list of NEET 2023, and we have added the same above. The rank list is derived from the marks obtained in the entrance examination. While preparing the rank list, reservation policies, domicile, and other factors will also be considered.
We hope this comprehensive article has provided detailed insights into the NEET scorecard. If you still would like to ask some questions regarding NEET scores, please reach out to us. We will surely get back to you.