NEET 2020 NEWS
NATIONAL LEVEL OFFLINE TEST
The results of NEET 2021 will be published one month after the date of examination. Results will be available online on the official website of NTA by 1st week of June 2021. The students can access the results on the website by entering their roll number and date of birth. The online score card shows the marks scored by the candidate in each subject and the rank secured in different contexts like All India quota rank, NEET All India rank, category rank etc.
Score in every subject and percentile will be mentioned in the online score card. The rank of the candidate is totally dependent upon the marks scored in each paper.
The students are required to pass in every subject for qualifying the exam.
Marks scored in class 12 are not considered while calculating the All-India rank in NEET.
The overall percentile will be calculated with the analysis of sectional and overall score.
Answer key of the paper is released by NTA after 1 week of the examination. The candidates can predict their score and rank by analysing the answer key. For every correct answer 4 marks will be awarded and 1 mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer. No deductions will be made on unanswered questions. There are a total 180 questions and every question carries 4 marks. The entire paper is of 720 marks. The simple way to calculate the score is to multiply the number of correct answers with 4 and subtract the number of incorrect answers.
After publishing the result NEET 2021 releases a merit list for the candidates on the basis of rank and overall score and percentile. The rank can be predicted by the candidate after analysing the answer key. The expected rank and marks analysis are tabulated below:
Range of Marks
Range of Marks
The minimum percentile required to qualify NEET is 50(for general category) and 40(for reserved category). Candidates of PwD(General) category are required to secure 45 percentile to qualify NEET. Percentile is calculated on the basis of rank secured by the candidate in comparison to the rank secured by all the other candidates. The upper limit is determined by the top scorer candidate in the All-India Merit list. If a considerable number of students failed to secure the minimum fixed percentile then the cut off falls to some points on the direction of MCC.
The candidates can tally their answers with the help of the answer key released by the NTA a week after the examination. The NTA releases OMR along with the answer key for the candidates by which the candidate can easily predict their rank.
The answer key is released on the official website of NTA
The candidates can predict their rank by the answer key.
If a candidate finds any contradiction in the answer key the S/he can make a claim against that answer.
The claims can be made online by paying an amount of 1000 INR.
The fee is refundable if the claim is accepted by the authority.
Steps to generate claim against the answer key:
To claim any answer in the answer key the candidates are required to follow the steps mentioned below:
Login on the official website of NTA
click on the ‘challenge answer key’ button
Select the question for which you are claiming contradiction
Mark the answer which is right according to you.
Justify your answer
Click the ‘confirm’ button and pay the required amount
Keep a copy of the acknowledgement receipt for future reference
To check the result for NEET exam online the candidates are supposed to follow the mentioned steps:
Visit the official website of NTA
Click on ‘View Result/scorecard’
Enter NEET Application number and password or date of birth and enter the security number(as shown in the image sample)
Click on submit button(as shown in the image)
The result will be displayed on the window in the format shown in the image below
The cut-off marks is calculated after considering the number of students appeared, the difficulty level of the question and the marks scored by the candidates. The students who secures the cut off marks or above will be considered as a qualified candidate. Expected cut off for different categories are tabulated below:
The Medical Counselling Committee is responsible for NEET counselling and allotment of seats under All-India quota of 15%. The remaining 85% seats fall under the state quota and the counselling for such seats will be conducted separately by the state authority. Allocation of seats is subject to the performance of the candidate, preferences and availability of seats in the colleges. The counselling process will start by the last week of June,’21The documents that are required for the counselling process are listed below:
NEET Admit Card
NEET score card
Proof for date of birth
Eight passport size photographs(same as uploaded earlier)
Proof of seat acceptance(Seat allotment letter)
Undertaking by the candidate
Photo identification card
Passing certificate/marks sheet of class 10 and 12
Category certificate(if applicable)
PwD certificate(if applicable)
Usual Opening Rank
Usual Closing Rank
Maulana Azad Medical College
VMMC Safdarjung Hospital
Government Medical College, Chandigarh
Faculty of Medical Sciences(King George’s Medical University), Lucknow
Grant Government Medical College & Sir J.J. Group of Hospital, Mumbai
Government Medical College, Kerala
Seth GS Medical College & KEM Hospital, Mumbai
CSM Medical University
Sardar Patel Medical College, Rohtak
Lady Hardinge Medical College
Question: When will the result be available on the website?
Ans. The results are likely to be declared by the 1st week of June 2021.
Question: What is the minimum percentile required to qualify the NEET 2021?
Ans. Minimum percentile must be 50(for general) and 40(for reserved class).
Question: Can I change the language of paper for NEET 2021?
Ans. NEET can be taken in 11 regional languages and the candidate can change the choice of language during the form correction period. However, the languages are subjected to the relevant center of examination.
Question: How many seats are there in NEET?
Ans. The total seats for MBBS and BDS(Dentistry) courses under NEET is around 65,000.
Question: What are the details mentioned in the scorecard of NEET 2021?
Ans. The NEET scorecard will be showing the marks scored in each subject, total marks secured, percentile score, NEET All-India Rank, All-India Quota Rank, and category rank(if applicable).