NEET 2019 NEWS
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CBSE has released NEET 2018 Result on June 4 at 12:20 pm in the form of scorecards. Candidates can check their NEET Result by entering roll number and date of birth. According to the official website and NEET 2018 Results, as many as 7,14,562 candidates have been declared qualified for NEET 2018 counselling.
|NEET Result||NEET Seat Intake||NEET Counselling|
Further, the topper of NEET 2018, Kaplana Kumari has scored 691 marks to bag AIR 1 with a 99.99 percentile. In addition to this, according to the NEET results 2018 data, the NEET 2018 qualifying cutoff for the Unreserved category is 119 marks.
|Category||Qualifying Percentile||NEET Qualifying Marks (out of 720)|
|Unreserved (UR)||50th Percentile||119|
|Unreserved Physically Handicapped (UR-PH)||45th Percentile||107|
As per the figures released by CBSE on May 4, 2018, the statistics of NEET 2018 are provided below -
|Total Registered Candidates||13,26,725|
|Total number of Qualified candidates||7,14,598|
|Total Exam Cities||136|
|Total Exam Centres||2255|
|Non Resident Indians (NRIs)||1842|
|Overseas Citizens of India (OCIs)||530|
|Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs)||60|
|Non-Residents of India||1842||1651||191||1200|
|Overseas Citizens of India||529||469||60||367|
|Person of India Origin||60||55||5||36|
Ms. Kalpana Kumari from Bihar state has secured 1st Rank in NEET 2018. Check out the top 30 candidates of CBSE National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test 2018. The list is provided below with the details of NEET Topper 2018 Marks, percentile and All India Rank List.
|Name||Marks||Percentile||NEET All India Rank List 2018 (AIR)|
|Agrawal Krishna Ashish||685||99.999449||7|
|Ankadala Anirudh Babu||680||99.999134||8|
|Ramneek Kaur Mahal||680||99.999134||10|
|Ritwik Kumar Sahoo||676||99.998976||13|
|Onteru Venkata Sai Harsha Vardhan Reddy||675||99.998189||14|
|Sahil Sachinbhai Shah||675||99.998189||15|
|Tanuj Jatin Presswala||675||99.998189||18|
|Gunjan Atul Gattani||675||99.998189||21|
|AADITYA Vasudev Aggarwal||675||99.998189||23|
|Shilok Viral Patel||673||99.998110||24|
|Mohammedanas Mohammedyunus Memon||671||99.997559||26|
|Aadhya Akshya Joshi||671||99.997559||27|
The usage of NEET Rank List can be comprehended in the following ways:
Mr. Navdeep Singh from Punjab state obtained 1st Rank in NEET. Candidates appearing for NEET 2018 can go through the list of top 25 applicants of CBSE NEET 2017. The list is mentioned below with the detailed information of NEET Topper marks, percentile as well as All India Rank List.
|Name||Marks||Percentile||NEET All India Rank List 2017 (AIR)|
|Dogra Abhishek Veerendra||691||99.999358||5|
|Aryan Raj Singh||690||99.999174||9|
|Lakkimsetti Arnav Thirinath||685||99.998440||12|
|Mariya Biji Varghese||682||99.997982||21|
Navdeep is from Punjab and he took coaching for NEET entrance examination from Helix Institute, Chandigarh. Navdeep Singh stated that candidates should have faith in themselves. They shouldn't think much about the result and should appear for the examination with confidence. According to Singh, applicants must choose their career without peer pressure and discuss their ideas with parents.
Archit is from Madhya Pradesh. Archit doesn't have faith in the number of hours to be spent on studies, he believes in the quality of efforts put in those hours. He stated ‘Whenever you study, always give your best and don’t let your thoughts distract you. He said every candidate must prepare a strategy according to their strengths and weaknesses. Revise what is taught in coaching at home on daily basis. Archit took coaching classes from Allen Kota. He also said ‘Keep the focus on your weak points and convert them into your strength".
Manish Mulchandani is from Madhya Pradesh. He stated to young candidates; Set an aim and stay concentrate on it. Don’t distract yourself. Make a complete strategy for grabbing a medical seat in Government College. Study important topics according to exam pattern. Be ready to sacrifice movies, parties as well as family function. Quit social media for two years and you can continue after you get selected. Use smartphones as a handy study tool and use the internet to gain information and knowledge. What’s App is a good tool to stay connected with teachers and ask your questions. Do a complete analysis of last 10 years papers. Take tests and then do test analysis for mistakes. Ignore out of the box questions as they are tough for all make a formula copy for Physics; don’t stress much on derivation. Keep high commitment and dedication. Hard work is the only the way to success.
Sankeerth Sadananda is from Karnataka. According to him ‘every candidate must solve NEET Sample Papers. Thoroughly study the Mechanism for every reaction in Organic chemistry. Study NCERT for inorganic chemistry and in Physics start with physical chemistry. Do additional exercises. For Biology, Sankeerth relied on coaching study material. He said candidates should keep calm throughout the preparation phase and during the main exam.
Abhishek is from Maharashtra and he joined Allen coaching institute. He said it’s beneficial to join a good coaching institute as it provides a competitive and learning environment. According to Abhishek ‘Candidates should stay positive and study happily with interest. Don’t take the stress, don’t study irrelevant syllabus, concentrate on NCERT topics. Revise multiple times and make formula copy for Physics. Solve previous years’ question paper. Do hard work, be consistent and keep one track mind’.
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As per the latest data available, given below are the numbers of seats and colleges which will offer MBBS/BDS admissions through NEET 2018 scores, which means that AIIMS and JIPMER institutions are excluded from the data. The NEET 2018 MBBS/BDS figures given below are approximate figures and may vary by a small margin due to change in seat matrix, college licenses, etc.
|Colleges and Seats||Government Colleges||Private Colleges*||Central Universities|
|AIQ Seats||4508||(Not applicable)||(Not applicable)|
|Colleges and Seats||Government Colleges||Private Colleges*|
|AIQ Seats||425||(Not applicable)|
*Including Deemed Universities.
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