NEET 2020 – NTA has announced NEET 2020 result for Phase 1 and 2. The result of NEET is announced online, on ntaneet.nic.in. You can also check it from this page. To check NEET result, roll number and date of birth are needed. Candidates who score more than 50th percentile (40th percentile for reserved category) qualify for 15% all India quota counselling. The counselling is held by MCC, whereas, the state conducts individual counselling to filling the remaining 85% of seats. National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is a national level entrance test for admission in MBBS, BDS, AYUSH courses (BUMS, BHMS, BAMS, BSMS). Check all updates on NEET 2020 result, counselling, and more from this page.
NEET 2020 Result
The result of NEET 2020 is announced as scorecard. It is valid for a year and candidates can download it from the official website, ntaneet.nic.in. Candidates can download and check the result from the login, by entering roll number and date of birth. The result is announced for all the candidates who appeared for the exam. In it, raw marks out of 720, rank, percentile score, and cut off is mentioned.
In the result of NEET 2020, all India rank for 15% quota seats and category merit is given. If there is a tie during allocation of rank, then following process is used to break the tie.
Tie breaking in NEET 2020 is done as follows:
- Candidates with higher marks / percentile in Biology get higher rank.
- Candidates with higher marks / percentile in chemistry get higher rank.
- Candidates with less proportion of number of correct-incorrect answers get higher rank.
- If none of the above works, then older candidate gets the rank.
Cut off of NEET 2020
The cut off of NEET is determined in percentile. Candidates who score more than the cut off marks are called for NEET MCC counselling. The cut off percentile is as follows:
|Category||NEET Cut Off Percentile|
NEET 2020 Topper
The actual list of NEET 2020 toppers will be announced soon after the announcement of NEET 2020 result. However, as per Allen Kota, Soyeb Aftab is securing 720 out of 720 marks in the exam. The marks of Soyeb has been calculated on the basis of OMR sheet and answer key of NEET.
NEET 2020 Counselling
NEET 2020 counselling is conducted by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). The counselling is held online, in 2 rounds. However, to fill the vacant seats MCC also hold mop-up counselling as well. The MCC counselling is only conducted to fill 15% all India quota counselling. Remaining 85% UG medical seats are filled through state counselling.
The steps for NEET 2020 counselling are as follows:
- Register online and do choice filling.
- Check your seat allotment result.
- Accept the seat.
- Visit the allocated college and get the documents verified.
- Pay admission fee and finish admission formalities.
The allotment of seat is done on the basis of NEET 2020 rank and the choices for the course and colleges submitted by the candidates.
NEET is a single medical entrance exam. This year, the exam has been held twice because of the COVID pandemic. You can check all the date for NEET Phase I and 2 paper from the table below.
|NEET 2020||Important Dates|
|Official website released on||30 Nov 2019|
|Information brochure releases date||01 Dec 2019|
|NTA NEET 2020 application form released on||02 Dec 2019|
|Offline form facility for Kashmir candidates||10 Dec 2019 – |
|Last date to submit NEET online form|
|Online fee can be paid until|
|Corrections in application form can be done from||15 to 31 Jan 2020|
|Form reopens for registered candidates||03 – 09 Feb 2020|
|Form correction facility reopens||13 to 19 Mar 2020|
|Form correction facility reopens again||01 – |
|Form correction facility re-opens again||15 May – 31 May 2020|
04- 20 Jul 2020
|Issuance of the Admit Card|
|NEET 2020 exam date|
|NEET 2020 Phase 2 date||14 Oct 2020|
|Release of question paper|
|Display of NEET 2020 Answer Key||26 Sep 2020|
|OMR display and challenge||05 – 07 Oct 2020|
|Declaration of NEET 2020 Result||16 Oct 2020|
- Eligibility and Reservation
- Exam Pattern
- Application Form
- Form Correction
- Admit Card
- OMR Sheet
- Answer Key
NEET 2020 Quota / Seats
Through NEET 2020 candidates get admission in following seats
- All India quota seats.
- State govt. quota seats
- Central institutions / universities / deemed universities
- State / management / NRI quota seats in private medical
- Dental / Ayurveda / Siddha / Unani / Homeopathy colleges
- Private university and Central pool quota seats
- NRI quota seats
- Management quota seats in private unaided / aided minority / non- minority medical colleges
NEET 2020 Reservation Policy
The candidates can check below the reservation policy that is followed for the 155 All India Quota seat allotments:
- 10% seats for General EWS candidates
- 15% of seats are reserved for SC candidates.
- 7.5% of seats are reserved for ST candidates.
- 27% for reserved for OBC candidates.
NEET 2020 Phase 2 / Re-Exam
Students who could not attend the NEET 2020 exam on 13 September due to COVID-19 (either ill by it, or in containment zone), will get another shot at the exam. They can appear in NEET phase 2 2020 on 14 October.
NEET 2020 Answer Key and OMR Sheet
After the examination, OMR and official answer key of NEET 2020 is uploaded on the website. The candidates can download it and use to predict score in the exam. To do so, candidates have to match answers in the answer key with that in OMR and allocate 4 marks for each correct answer. As per the marking scheme of NEET, candidates have to deduct 1 mark for incorrect answers.
Candidates can challenge answer key, as well as, OMR sheet of NEET. For this, candidates have to pay Rs. 1000. The challenges will checked by NTA and the valid changes will be made according to it. The answer key updated after the changes will be final answer key of NEET.
NEET 2020 Admit Card
NTA released NEET admit card online, on ntaneet.nic.in. It is only released for registered candidates, at the candidate login and the process to download it is as follow:
- Go to the official website of NEET or click on the link on this page.
- Access the NEET 2020 candidate login by entering application number and password.
- When done, click on red ‘login’ button.
- Download admit card from the login of NEET 2020.
After downloading it, candidates must check all the details in it and affix passport size photograph in the provided space. Admit card of NEET is an important document. Only after showing it, candidates can to enter exam hall and take the exam. However, other than the admit card, candidate also need to carry 1 valid id proof, one passport size photograph, and 1 post card size coloured photograph.
NEET 2020 Exam Schedule / Bell Time Schedule
|Last entry in the exam hall||1.30 pm|
|Sitting in seat in exam hall||1.15 pm onwards|
|Announcement of important instructions and checking of admit card||1.30 pm to 1.45 pm|
|Distribution of test booklets||1.45 pm|
|Writing particulars on test booklets||1.50 pm|
|NEET 2020 starts on||2.00 pm|
|NEET 2020 ends on||5.00 pm|
NEET 2020 Exam Day Instruction
There are certain important exam day instructions by NTA, which the candidates should know about. These are as follows:
Banned Items: Candidates cannot carry the following items to the exam hall.
- Geometry or Pencil box
- Any kind of paper / stationery / textual material
- Mobile Phone
- Ear Phone
- Slide Rules
- Log Tables
- Tape Recorder
- Electronic Watches
- Any metallic item
- Electronic gadgets / devices
Exception for Diabetic Students: Only diabetic candidates are allowed to carry eatables. The candidates can carry sugar tablets, fruits (like orange, banana, apple) and a water bottle. The bottle should be transparent.
Reporting Time: Candidates must reach exam hall before 1:30 pm.
NEET 2020 Dress Code
NTA has specified dress code for NEET 2020 and all the candidates must follow it.
Items allowed: Light colour clothes and slippers, sandals, and low heels.
Items not allowed: Long sleeves and shoes.
If due to any cultural customary candidates have to break the dress code then they must reach the exam center by 12:30 pm for the frisking process.
NEET 2020 Syllabus
The syllabus of NEET 2020 has been released by NTA. It is available for physics, chemistry, and biology. Candidates can check and download it from the links below:
NEET 2020 Exam Pattern
Mode: pen and paper based.
Duration: 3 hours
Subjects: Physics, Chemistry, and Biology
Number of questions: 180 multiple choice questions and each will have 4 options with 1 correct response.
Total marks: 720 marks
Marking scheme: 4 marks for a correct answer and negative marking on 1 mark for incorrect answer.
Languages: (11 in total) English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Odia, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu.
Distribution of questions and marks in each section of NEET 2020 is as follows:
|Subject||Total Questions||Total Marks|
Important Topics for NEET 2020
- Click here to check NEET 2020 important topics with chapter wise weightage that have been asked in past 5 years.
Important topics for Biology
Important topics for Chemistry
Important Topics for Chemistry
NEET 2020 Mock Test – Subject Wise
At AglaSem we think and plan to assist students. Hence, we came up with the idea to provided NEET 2020 mock test for free. We have provided full mock test, as well as, subject wise mock test for NEET 2020. You can access it in Hindi and English, from the links below.
|NEET 2020 Subject||English Mock Test||Hindi Mock Test|
|Physics||Practice Here||Practice Here|
|Chemistry||Practice Here||Practice Here|
|Botany||Practice Here||Practice Here|
|Zoology||Practice Here||Practice Here|
|Full Test||Practice Here||Practice Here|
Learn from IIT Teacher and Prepare for NEET 2020 (IIT Pal)
NTA has provided IIT Pal for preparation of NEET 2020 exam. It is a youtube channel where teachers of IIT have put up their lectures. The lectures are available for physics, chemistry, biology, and mathematics and have been especially made for the aspirants of JEE Main and NEET. You can use these videos to understand a topics and prepare better for the exam.
|IIT Pal – Subject||Check Here|
|IIT Pal for NEET Biology||Click to Open|
|IIT Pal for NEET Physics||Click to Open|
|IIT Pal for NEET Chemistry||Click to Open|
Best Books for NEET 2020 Revision
Since very less time is left for NEET UG 2020, it is the time for revision an and brushing up the syllabus. So, here are some of the most recommended books for preparation and revision.
|NEET 2020 Books||Buy Online|
|Oswaal NEET Question Bank Chapterwise & Topicwise Biology Book + Chemistry Book||Buy Here|
|Oswaal NEET Question Bank Chapterwise & Topicwise Biology Book + Physics Book||Buy Here|
|Super 10 Mock Tests for NTA NEET 2020||Buy Here|
|12 Years’ Solved Papers CBSE AIPMT & NEET 2020||Buy Here|
|NEET Most Wanted Biology: 40 Day Revision Plan For NEET & AIIMS||Buy Here|
|NEET 2020 The Final Suggestion||Buy Here|
NEET 2020 Application Form
- Facility for NEET 2020 Application Form and Correction has ended.
Both application form for NEET 2020 and correction facility started online, on time. However, NTA had to re-open it multiple times due various reasons. Other than this, the candidates from J&K were given facility to submit application form offline.
NEET 2020 Application Form Correction
Once again NTA has reopened the form correction facility for all the NEET registered candidates. Form correction can be done online at ntaneet.nic.in and the candidates have to login using application number and password to do the correction. Corrections are allowed in the following fields:
- Mother’s Name
- Father’s Name
- Person with Disability
- State Code of Eligibility
Fee for correction is also applicable and it is to be paid online using Credit / Debit Card / Net banking / UPI and PAYTM, before the deadline to submit the corrections.
- Click here to download the above notice.
NEET Eligibility Confusing Resolved with Release of Brochure
There are always questions and confusion related to age limit, education qualification, and other eligibility factors of NEET. NTA resolved it all by releasing the information brochure. However, the cases for removal of age eligibility and addition biology as valid subject for NEET are pending in Delhi high court. Hence, candidates were allowed to apply for the exam but faith of these candidates depends on the final verdict.
NEET 2020 Exam Center
This time, NEET is being conducted in 147 cities, across India. In comparison to last year, 7 centers have been decreased. Candidates can check NEET 2020 exam centers from below:
|Dadra and Nagar Haveli||1801|
|Bokaro Steel City||2601|
|South 24 Parganas||4601|
NEET 2020 Exam Center Change Notice
A notice has been released by NTA for changing in the center of examination. There is no change in the Centre Cities of the candidates; only Centres have
been changed. Read full details from the below provided pdf.
Click here to download the Notice
NEET 2020 Exam Conduction Notice
Click here to check the above Notice.
About NTA (National Testing Agency)
MHRD established National Testing Agency (NTA) to create a body which can conduct entrance examination in India. It is an autonomous and self-sustaining body, the objective of which are:
- to conduct entrance exam for assessing competent candidates to grant admission.
- to enhance research on professional, education, and testing system to identify gaps in education system and to lessen it.
- to find institutes and experts, who can set questions and question paper for entrance exams.
Right now, NTA hold 14 entrance exams, which are NEET, JEE Main, CMAT, GPAT, JNUEE, IIFT MBA(IB), AIAPGET, ICAR AIEEA, DUET, NCHMCT JEE, UGC NET, CSIR NET, IGNOU.
|English – Brochure||Get Here|
|Assamese – Brochure||Get Here|
|Kannada – Brochure||Get Here|
|Marathi – Brochure||Get Here|
|Odia – Brochure||Get Here|
|Tamil – Brochure||Get Here|
|Urdu – Brochure||Get Here|
|Hindi – Brochure||Get Here|
|Bengali – Brochure||Get Here|
|Gujarati – Brochure||Get Here|
|Marathi – Brochure||Get Here|
|Important dates for NEET||Check Here|
|NEET 2020 Notice in English||Check Here|
|NEET 2020 Notice in Hindi||Check Here|
NEET 2020 Exam Frequently Asked Questions
Ans : No, NEET will be held once a year and in offline mode only. This has been officially announced by NTA.
Ans : The lower age limit to apply for NEET is 17 years. However, the upper age limit to appear for NEET remains a dilemma. This is because, in the year 2019, NTA announced that the upper age limit to appear for NEET is 25 years. However, the upper age limit was eliminated by the supreme court of India and the candidates above 25 years of age were allowed to apply for NEET, until any further notice by SC. The elimination of the upper age limit is an interim order. The case is still in court. So whether or not in 2020 there is an upper age limit will be cleared with the release of the NEET 2020 Information Brochure.
Ans : The 15% all India Quota means that out of all the seats available in the medical colleges of the nation, 15% seats are reserved for the candidates who score 50 percentile and above in General category; 40 percentile and above in UR-PH, ST, ST-PH, SC, SC-Ph category; and 45 percentile in the OBC and OBC-PH category. The rest of the 85% seats are made available for the state quota admission for other remaining candidates.
Ans : Fo the 15% All India Quatoa the counselling is done by MCC. It is an online centralized counselling. For the rest of the seats, state-wise counselling is done by the respective state counselling authorities.
Ans : The candidates have to attempt a total of 180 questions of a total of 720 marks. Each question carries 4 marks and there is a negative marking of 1 marks for any wrong answer marked. The questions will be asked from Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. All the questions are MCQ type. From Physics and Chemistry, there will be 45 questions each and from Biology there will be 90 questions.
Ans : NEET is held in 11 different languages - English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Oriya, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu
Ans : The NEET syllabus contains topics from class 11 and 12 Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The syllabus has been defined by MCI and the same is made available with the information brochure of NEET.
Ans : Yes, there is. 15% of seats are reserved for SC candidates, 7.5% of seats are reserved for ST candidates. and 27% for reserved for OBC candidates.
To get fastest exam alerts and government job alerts in India, join our Telegram channel.