NEET Result 2020: NEET (UG) result for the year 2020 is likely to release on 4th June 2020 after 4 PM as per the schedule provided by the conducting authority. NEET 2020 Result will be hosted online and once it will be published online candidates can download it.
The time between the completion of the exam and the announcement of NEET Result 2020 is quite tough and full of curiosity for each candidate who has appeared for the exam. This is because NEET is a very sorted out entrance exam after 10+2 conducted on a national level that plays an important role in deciding the direction of the career of many of the candidates.
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NEET Result 2020 Today
In this article, You will get all information from NEET result, NEET merit list 2020 and how to download neet scorecard, and all other information relation to NEET rank card.
National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2020 is one of the biggest national level entrance test in the country as lakhs of candidates take this exam every year. On the basis of NEET (UG) 2020, successful candidates will get admission to MBBS/BDS (UG programs) in various government and private medical/dental colleges across India. Now, NEET is conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) an autonomous authority under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, GoI. Previously, it was conducted by CBSE.
Once NEET UG result will be out, NTA will release the merit list and on the basis of merit, concerned authorities will invite applications for online counseling.
In the given article, we have provided each and every information and update regarding NEET 2020 result. The article includes detailed information about NEET 2020 exam, result schedule, process to download the result, and after NEET Result process.
NEET UG Result 2020
Following the previous year’s trend, NEET Result 2020 will also be hosted online. On 4th June 2020, NTA will publish the result on its official website and will also upload the same on digilocker. NTA will not send any physical copy of results through the post to any candidate.
Candidates can download their results by using valid login details. Candidates should note that no category-wise result will be hosted. They should keep the printed copy of the downloaded result safe for use in further admission process.
NEET result can be utilized by other organizations or entities under Central/ State Government in accordance with their rules and policies for the purpose of admission.
NEET UG 2020- Overview
|Name of the Exam||National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET-UG) 2020|
|Article Category||Result / Scorecard|
Cut off marks
|Conducting Authority||National Testing Authority (NTA)|
|Type of examination||National level entrance test|
|Course category||Under Graduate program|
|Conduct of entrance exam||3rd May 2020|
|Medium of exam||Pen and Paper mode|
|Declaration of result||4th June 2020 after 4 PM|
|Mode of publication of result||Online|
NEET Result Important Dates 2020
|Date of conduct of exam||3rd May 2020|
|Release of answer keys||Available after exam|
|Release of result||4th June 2020|
|Commencement of counseling||June 2020|
|First round of counseling||June 2020|
|Second round of counseling||June 2020|
How to access NEET Result 2020?
Time needed: 10 minutes.
There are two ways to access NEET UG 2020 result. These include-
1. Official NEET website – As it has been clear that result will be announced only through online and participants have to access it through the same mode. To help the candidates in downloading their result without any difficulty we have shared the step-by-step guide here in this segment.
They just have to follow the instructions mentioned below to download their result.
- Open the official website.
Candidates have to start by opening the official website of NTA NEET i.e. https://ntaneet.nic.in. If they wish they can also visit the direct link shared on this page.
- Hit the result option
Opening the official website, candidates will be landed on the homepage of the website. On this web page, they have to click on “NEET UG 2020 result” button. It may appear as shown in the picture below-
- Enter Login details
Result search page will appear and candidates have to enter the login details like registration no./ application number, password/Date of birth etc. Click on “Search” button. They should enter valid login credentials. The result search page may appear as shown in the picture.
- NEET Result will display
Finally, desired result sheet will appear on the screens. The sample of NEET scorecard/ result is shared below. However, actual NEET 2020 result sheet may appear different from the one shared here as non-NEET is conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA).
- Check NEET UG result
Now, candidates can check their marks, rank, percentile and all the other result details mentioned on the result sheet.
- Save and Download
Lastly, they have to download the result and take printout of it. For printing the result sheet, they can click on “Print” option given on the same page. Candidates are advised to keep this printed copy of NEET scorecard safely as it may be required at the time of counseling or admission to the college.
Apart from the official portal, NEET result can also be accessed through Digilocker portal. NTA will also upload NEET Result, Rank Letter/ Marks cum Rank Sheet on digilocker portal. Candidates have to visit digilocker portal (www.digilocker.gov.in) and have to access the desired result from there by logging in.
What if candidate forget the registration No.?
In order to access NEET 2020 result online, it is important for candidates to have their registration number with them at the time of downloading the result. Without a valid registration or application, they cannot access their result.
Therefore, candidates are always advised to refer the printed copy of NEET application form and admit card as the application number is mentioned on both the documents. Sometimes it happens that candidates forget their registration number and also miss the application form/ admit card.
In this situation, they can find their registration number by clicking on the relevant option provided on the official NEET portal to access the result. They have to follow the simple procedure given below to get their NEET application no.-
- Visit NEET UG 2020 portal first.
- Now, on the homepage of the portal candidates have to hit the “Forget Registration Number” link as shown in the picture below.
- A new page will appear. Candidates have to enter the information in the space provided as they have filled in the application form at the time of application process.
- After entering the required information, they have to enter the security pin and hit the “Submit” option.
- After that, they have to follow the given instructions like OTP validation, etc.
- Lastly, candidates will find their application number.
Similarly, if they forget their password, they have to click on “Forget Password” option and have to follow the further instructions to set a new password.
Information mentioned on the NEET UG 2020 scorecard
NEET UG result is released as a scorecard on the official website. No printed result is issued and sent to any candidate. The NEET 2020 result will indicate various information regarding candidate’s performance in the result such as their mark, percentage, rank, sectional score, etc. Along with this, it will also include information related to the examinee and the entrance test.
All the particulars that are supposed to be indicated in NEET (UG) 2020 online result sheet are as follows-
- Name of the candidate
- NEET 2020 Roll number
- Application No.
- Identity Type
- Mother’s name
- Father’s name
- Date of Birth
- Marks obtained in each subject
- Maximum marks
- NEET 2020 All India Rank
- Category rank
- Category-wise cut-off percentile
- Percentile score
- Number of candidates under each category
- Date of result
- Important information to candidates
Candidates should not that particulars on official result sheet may vary from the aforementioned particulars as the information provided here is based on previous year information.
In case of any discrepancy in result particulars, candidates are suggested to contact the concerned officials immediately at the helpline number provided.
NEET 2020- Percentile and Percentile Rank
NEET merit ranking is determined by evaluating and analyzing the percentile score. Candidates often get confused between percentage and percentile. Although, they are related but different concepts.
Percentage is simply a number expressed as a fraction of 100. Whereas percentile provides candidates an insight who well he/she had performed in an exam as compared to others.
For example- If the score of A is in 90th percentile it simply means that A has scored better than the 90% of candidates who have taken the test.
Percentile is generally calculated on the basis of marks and on the basis of rank. The formulas for calculating percentile through both the method is as follows-
- Calculation of percentile on the basis of Marks-
Individual Score X 100 / Marks obtained by top scorer
- Calculation of percentile on the basis of Rank-
Total appearing candidates – Rank secured / Total appearing candidate X 100
NEET UG 2020 candidates have to secure a minimum marks/ percentile cut-off fixed by the conducted authority for each category of the candidates.
The category-wise percentage cut-off for NEET 2020 is as follows-
|General (UR)||50th Percentile|
|PH (General)||45th Percentile|
|PH (SC/ST/OBC)||40th Percentile|
To qualify the NEET, candidates must secure minimum percentile in their respective category.
In case of NEET 2020, percentile will be determined on the basis of highest marks secured in the test.
Percentile Rank- The percentage of score falling below a given score in a group is known as percentile rank. Percentile rank of the candidates can be calculated by the given formula-
Percentile Rank = (100 X No. of candidates appeared with raw score EQUAL TO OR LESS than the candidate) / Total No. of the candidates appeared
NEET 2020- Revaluation/ Rechecking of result
NEET 2020 result declared by NTA will be final. NEET answer scripts are basically machine gradable answer sheets and they undergo a crucial evaluation process. Before the preparation of the final result, these answer scripts of each and every candidate is evaluated with the utmost care and is scrutinized repeatedly. Hence, NTA does not provide an opportunity to submit objections against the result.
The two main reasons of not having re-evaluation policy in NEET exam are-
- The answer scripts used in NEET exam are machine gradable and thus are evaluated through specific software. The use of software for evaluation reduces the chances of errors and biasness which checking the answer sheets.
- The second biggest reason is that candidates are given an opportunity to challenge the answer key in case of any doubt and also submit representation OMR gradation of their OMR sheets.
This is the reason that no request made by candidates regarding re-checking, scrutiny, re-totaling or revaluation of answer script is entertained under any circumstances after the release of result.
NEET 2020 Result- Inter-se-Merit/ Resolution of Tie
Lakhs of students appeared for this exam each year and such situation is a common phenomenon that two more candidates secure equal number of marks in the entrance test. To resolve the tie and determine the rank of the candidates, a tiebreaker criterion is applied. The tie-breaking criteria that are used to determine the merit of the candidates are shared as under-
- Marks in Biology- Candidates securing higher marks in Biology section (Botany and Zoology) in the test will be preferred.
- Marks in Chemistry- If tie still persists then candidates with higher marks in Chemistry will be given preference.
- Incorrect Answers- If tie is still not resolved then the candidate with less number of attempted incorrect answers in all the three subjects in exam will be ranked high.
- On the basis of age- If tie still persists then the candidate older in age will be given preference.
NEET 2020- Validity of Score
NEET score is utilized by various government and private medical and dental colleges/universities for granting admission to the candidates. To secure admission in a particular college, candidates should hold a valid NEET scorecard.
The NEET score is only valid for one academic session. NEET (UG) 2020 score will be valid only for the academic session 2020-21. Candidates having a valid score card can apply for admission to a medical/ dental college only for the current academic session. After the completion of 2020-21 academic session, this score will not be valid and will not be considered for further admission in upcoming year.
However, NEET score of candidates who want to pursue MBBS or equivalent medical/dental programs from a Foreign institute is valid for a period of three (3) years from the date of declaration of result. This information was communicated through an official notification on 14th March 2020 by the Board of Governors, Medical Council of India (MCI).
A large number of candidates take NEET UG exam every year with the aim of pursuing their higher education (UG) in medical from abroad. Now, they must be happy as their score will be valid for three years.
NTA NEET Weeding Out Rule
The information of NEET 2020 examination such answer scripts/ response sheets, applications, result, scorecard, rank card, etc. will be preserved only for a specific period of time. Within this period candidate are free to make subject representation and request for examination data and material.
NEET 2020 examination and result record will be presented up to a period of 60 days from the date of declaration of result. After 60 days no representation regarding the same will be entertained.
NEET Result and Reservation 2020
Reservation is an important factor as it is considered at various phases of NEET exam and final admission. Out of 100% seats in NEET, 15% Seats will be reserved for All Indian Quota Students. Candidates under this 15% AIQ will be allotted seats in Central Institutions Including AFMC, ESI, BHU, Delhi University (DU), AMU and Deemed Universities.
The category-wise seat reservation under All India Quota (15%) is given below-
Remaining 85% seat will be reserved for states. For these seats, reservation will be provided as per the policies of the State Government.
Post NEET Result Activities
Mere declaration of result will not entitle candidates to claim for admission to medical colleges. There are various activities and procedures which are conducted after the announcement of result for final seat allotment. The two main post NEET result activities include-
Display of NEET UG Merit and Conduct of Counseling
The brief information about both the processes is as under-
NEET Merit/Rank List 2020
After the announcement of result, NTA will also publish the merit list. Merit list will be prepared as per the directives of DGHS, MCI, and DCI by NTA. This merit will be taken as the base for counseling. It is will be prepared on the basis of result and scores of the candidates in NEET exam. Separate merit lists will be prepared for 15% All India Quota seats and 85% state quota seats. Merit list will indicate the names of the successful candidates in order of merit.
- Merit list for 15% All India Quota
NTA will forward the AIQ merit list to the Directorate General of Health Services (Medical Examination Cell), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India for further admission procedure.
- Merit list for 85% seats other than 15% quota
Here, NTA will forward the merit list to the state authorities for further proceedings.
Since NTA hasn’t declared the NEET result and merit list for 2020 so nothing can be predicted about the merit list as of now. We understand the student’s curiosity about the NEET Merit list 2020 and we will update them through our website one NTA will release the details of same. Meanwhile, you stay tunes with us to get the latest information about NEET Result and NEET expected cut off 2020.
NEET Toppers List 2018
Note: NEET UG 2020 topper list will be updated here after result declaration on 4th June 2020.
All the NEET applicants appear in this exam to qualify it and few of them get the top rank. A top rank gives the choice to the applicant to choose the medical college as per their choice without any fear of cut off. As an applicant, you too want to score good marks in NEET examination. Here we have mentioned a list of previous year’s NEET toppers, have a look at the marks scored by them in NEET 2018 to top the examination;
|Name of the NEET Applicant||Scored Marks||Percentile||All India Rank|
|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||99.989976||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||20|
|AADITYA Vasudev Aggarwal||675||99.998189||20|
|Shilok Viral Patel||673||99.998189||23|
|Mohammedanas Mohammedyunus Memon||671||99.997559||26|
|Aadhya Akshay Joshi||671||99.997559||27|
In this list, you must have noticed that many NEET applicants have scored the same marks and percentile but have a different rank. It is because of the NEET Tie Breaker rules. Here are the rules that get applied to decide the rank of applicants who score the same marks in NEET exam.
NEET Counselling 2020
Once merit list will be released respective authorities will invite application for NEET counseling. NEET 2020 counseling will be conducted in online mode. On the basis of merit, candidates will be eligible for counseling and will be allotted seats.
Counseling for All India seats will be conducted by the Medical Counselling Committee of the Directorate General of Health Services. Whereas for state quota seats it will be conducted by the concerned state authorities.
Previous year NEET Result Statistics
Each year come up with certain changes in statistics of different aspects of the NEET 2020. This is the reason that the result statistics also changes every year. As NEET UG result for the year 2020 has not released yet no sufficient data is applicable here we have shared the result analysis and statistics of the previous year result.
With the help of information provided in this section, candidates can compare the result trends of previous year and upcoming NEET result.
NEET Previous Year Result Statistics (2018)
The overall result analysis of NEET result for the year 2018 is as under-
|Total no. of registered candidates||13,26,725|
|Total no. of candidates appeared||12,69,922|
|Total no. of candidates qualified||7,14,562|
|Overall pass percentage||56.27%|
NEET Category-wise result analysis
|Gender||Registered candidates||Appeared candidates||Qualified||Pass percentage|
The pass percentage of candidates from OBC category was high last year.
NEET Gender-wise result analysis
|Gender||Registered candidates||Appeared candidates||Qualified||Pass percentage|
NEET Nationality-wise Result Status
Apart from candidates of Indian nationality, international candidates under Foreign category, NRI, OCI, and PIO category also appear for NEET exam. The result and pass percentage information of all these candidates for the year 2018 is given in the table below-
|Nationality||Registered candidates||Appeared candidates||Qualified Candidates||Absentees percentage||Pass percentage|
Talking about the state-wise result and performance of the candidates in previous year NEET exam, states like Delhi, Rajasthan, Haryana, Andhra Pradesh, and Chandigarh were top performing states and UT. The pass percentage in each of the state was- Delhi (73.73%), Rajasthan (74.3%), Haryana (72.59%), Andhra Pradesh (72.55%), Chandigarh (71.81%).
There were also states and Union Territories, where NEET result for the year 2018 was not up to the marks. The pass percentage of students was low as per the number of test takers. These states and UTs include Nagaland where pass percentage was just 29.34%, Maharashtra (39.57%), Dadar & Nagar Haveli (34.01%), Tamil Nadu (39.56%), Puducherry (39.62%).
Candidates can also have a look at the top five states on the basis of number of toppers from each of them-
|Name of the state||Number of toppers in the list of top 50 toppers|
Frequently Asked Questions – FAQs
A. 4th June after 4 PM
Q. National Testing Agency (NTA) will publish NEET 2020 result on its official website.
A. NTA will publish the result on the basis of qualifying criteria provided by the Medical/Dental Council of India and All India Rank based on the marks obtained by the candidates in NEET (UG) – 2020.
A. You can access your result from NTA NEET official website, Digilocker portal and also from this page.
A. No, candidates can only access their result through the official website as no other mode will be available.
A. NEET 2020 result will be valid only for the academic session 2020-21. After that, it will be of no use.
A. Yes, various organizations under State or Central Government can utilize your NEET 2020 score for the purpose of admission as per their policies.
A. No, NEET result will be final and no revaluation or similar request will be accepted.
A. No, admission to 100% MBBS/ BDS seats will be done only through NEET (UG) 2020.
A. No, you cannot get admission to these institutions on the basis of NEET score as they conduct their own entrance exams for admission.
A. A percentile rank is the percentage of marks or score falling below a given score in a group. It can be calculated by the formula mentioned above in the post.
A. You can get NEET result updates by regularly visiting NEET official website or by visiting this page.
A. NEET examination record will be presented up to 60 days (approx. three months) from the announcement of result.
A. Yes. The result of those candidates will be canceled and will not be declared who were indulged in unfair mean practices during exam.
NEET (UG) 2020
NEET 2020 was conducted on 3rd May 2020 on a single day and in a single shift across various examinations centers of India and Abroad except for Odisha.
A large number of candidates participated in this test with the hope of qualifying it. NEET was held in offline mode and the duration of exam was three hours. NEET 2020 was conducted in 11 different languages (Assamese, Hindi, English, Gujarati, Tamil, Urdu, Marathi, Odia, Bengali, Kannada and Telugu) as per the preference of the candidates. There were total 180 questions in the exam of objective type. The paper was divided into three sections viz. Physics, Chemistry, and Biology (Botany & Zoology).
Result will be prepared as per the marking scheme. For each correct answer, 4 marks will be awarded and for every wrong choice, 1 marks will be deducted from total score.
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