How To Prepare For NEET 2020

Hold your Breath, NEET Results Will Be Declared Soon

Just like the number of applications received for NEET every year, this year as well close to 15,00,000 candidates appeared for the NEET Entrance Exam that is held all across the nation every year. As per the schedule for each year, soon the authorities are going to declare the results and end the long wait of the applicants. The results for NEET 2020 will be announced in the month of May 2020, according to the sources. Also, the candidates do not have to wait for their score card or stand in long queues to know their results.

The applicants can check their results online by entering their necessary details for example their Date of Birth, Roll Number, and the Security Pin; and they can have the result in one go.

Once the entrance exam for NEET 2020 will be conducted, there is a series of step following it, and it is mentioned here;

  • It is now possible for the candidates to acknowledge their performance in the entrance examination, soon after the completion of the examination.
  • NTA or National Testing Agency will release the final answer key of NEET 2020 post one week of commencement of the entrance examination.
  • The cut off would be declared after the examination, and thus the candidates can evaluate their results.
  • NTA might declare qualifying percentile for different categories as well.
  • The scorecard of the candidate will have all the necessary details such that the candidates cam better analyze their result, i.e.
  1. Marks Secured
  2. All India Rank
  3. Quota and Category
  4. Overall Scores
  5. Sectional marks, and
  6. Percentile
  • The counseling process for NEET 2020 will start soon after the result declaration for the NEET 2020 entrance exam.
  • It might both be happy and sad news for the applicants that, the number of qualifying seats after the NEET exam are as mentioned below:
  • 65,000 seats for MBBS
  • 25,000 seats for BDS
  • The admission in the colleges takes place based on the All India Merit List that is prepared by the NTA.

Based on the results, the candidates get admissions in different Medical Colleges in India and Dental colleges across the nation too.

NEET results are also helpful in getting admissions in the veterinary colleges for the undergraduate courses. It includes BVSc as well as the Animal Husbandry courses.

Note: If you wish to seek admission in AIIMS or JIPMER, then NEET results might not be helpful. These top institutions of India conduct individual examination for the admission process.

How and where to check the NEET Results 2020?

For checking the NEET results 2020, the candidate can visit the official website. Soon after publishing the answer keys to the exam questionnaire, you can find the results on board.

In case you have any confusion, you can follow the instructions mentioned underneath.

  • Visit the official website, that is, and find the solution for the relevant queries.
  • Here you can find the tab for online services. Click on the option and check for NEET Results.
  • Click on NEET Results, and you will enter a new landing page.
  • Please enter all the credentials that are asked for.
  • Verify the entered credentials, and then you can submit to get your scorecard.

It is important to note that: Though all the candidates receive the hard copy of the scorecard through the post, still you may download and print the scorecard; in case you fail to receive timely delivery of your score, the printed one might prove helpful to you.

The scorecard is a mandatory document at the time of counseling as well as at the time of admission in your acquired medical college in India.

What is The Procedure to Calculate the Score?

Once you have the answer keys and the scorecard, but you still fail to analyse your score, then check the steps below to know the method for the calculation of your score for NEET 2020.

  • In total the question paper is of 180 questions. Each question is for four marks, which accounts to a complete value of 720 marks.
  • So, for a correct answer, the candidate is rewarded with +4 marks.
  • In case your answer is wrong, you will have negative marking. For every wrong answer, (-)1 mark is deducted from your overall score.
  • If you do not know the correct answer, it is better to leave the question unattempted, as there is no negative marking for unanswered questions and hence you remain on a safer side.
  • Make sure you do not mark more than one options in a question. If you highlighted more than one options, it would not have any markings.

So, before you attempt the examination, you must keep all these important points in your mind. Although, all the instructions are mentioned in the question paper, but it is still good to know these points before appearing for the final examination. You must read and follow the instruction to improve your score on the final day. Minor mistakes and ignorance can lead to a low or non-qualifying score when it comes to studying in medical colleges in India. One should clear the cut-off to get admission in the top Medical Colleges in India. Also, to qualify the NEET examination, the ranking of the candidates is done based on percentile.

Now, the question is, what is NEET 2020 percentile score, and how is it calculated?

Percentile score refers to the minimum score necessary for qualification. It is the relative position of the candidates based on the All India Rank of all the applicants.

The ranking is determined, keeping in mind the absolute score secured by a candidate in the examination. In short, your overall percentile is not only about your performance but also the comparative performance of all the candidates who appear in the examination.

To be more precise, you can refer to it as a competition and competitive results. The qualifying percentile is different for those candidates who belong to different categories. For general or unreserved category, it is 50 percentile. On the other hand, for physically handicapped it is 45 %. Lastly, for the reserved category or SC/ ST, it is 40 %.

The ratio of applicants v/s the number of qualifying students is very close to 1:15. Hence it can be said that it is not very easy to get through this entrance examination. However, if your preparation is solid; no one can stop you.

No matter if you want to pursue your MBBS in Abroad or MBBS in India, you have to face the competition. It can be even more challenging to get admission in the western countries without full information about the colleges and the procedure for admission there. So, in order to qualify and get through the entrance examination, one needs to work on the only key which is preparation and practice.

Here you will find all the essential details about the NEET 2020 medical entrance examination. In case you want any other information, you can visit the official website or other information sections on the website. It will reflect all the things that relate to the admission procedure, evaluation, important dates, and other essential data for the convenience of the applicants.


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