NEET 2020 Result – National Testing agency (NTA) will release the NEET Result on June 04, 2020 on ntaneet.nic.in. Based on the NEET 2020 Result, the candidates can take admission in the MMBS/BDS courses in the medical colleges of the nation. Candidates have to score up to 50th percentile (UR), 45th percentile (OBC) and 40th percentile (all others) to qualify the NEET 2020. Based on the result of NEET 2020, the candidates have to attend the centralized counselling by MCC for the 15% All India Quota. To check the result the candidates have to log in on the official website of NEET 2020, ntaneet.nic.in. More details, on this page below.
NEET 2020 Result
The NEET 2020 Result is available in the form of a scorecard inside the login of the candidates. The scorecard has the raw marks of the candidates, their percentile score in each subject, the overall percentile score and their AIR. Dates regarding the result are available in the table below:
|NEET 2020 Result||Important Dates|
|NEET 2020 exam date||03 May 2020|
|Declaration of NEET 2020 Result||04 Jun 2020|
Result: The candidates can check the NEET 2020 Result at ntaneet.nic.in.
How is the NEET 2020 Result Prepared?
Basically, the NEET 2020 result is made available in the form of the scorecard. The merit list that is prepared for the 15% All India Quota Counselling is sent to the MCC. check below how the scorecard and the AIR for the 15% All India Quota counselling is prepared
Preparation of the NEET 2020 Scorecard:
NTA prepares the result of NEET based on the marking scheme of the exam. The scores are also transformed into percentile scores. NTA calculates the score of the candidates based on the number of correct and wrong answers that the candidates attempt in the exam. Thereafter the numbers are put into the following formula:
NEET raw scores = 4 X (no. correct answers) – 1 X (no. of wrong answers)
Now the percentile score is calculated using the formula below:
100 x Number of candidates appeared with raw score EQUAL TO OR LESS than the candidate
Total number of the candidates appeared
Preparation of the Merit List for the 15% All India Quota Counselling:
The AIR for the 15% quota counselling in the all India basis is prepared on the basis of the overall percentile score of the candidates. The candidates who get the more percentile score, get a higher rank in the list. However, in case 2 or more candidates get the same percentile then the following tie-breaking process is done:
- First, the marks of the candidates in Biology (Botany and Zoology) test are considered. Candidates with higher marks in Biology are given a higher rank.
- If the above is not sufficient, then the marks of the candidates in Chemistry test are checked. Again, the candidate with higher rank gets higher marks.
- if the tie still persists, then the number of attempts is counted and the candidate who has less incorrect answers gets the higher rank.
- Lastly, to break the tie, the age of the candidate is considered. The older candidate is allocated a higher rank.
NEET 2020 Cutoff Marks
The candidates can check below the cutoff marks ad the percentile score that they need to score for inclusion in the NEET 2020 merit list for the 15% All India Quota counselling.
Note that the percentile score for qualifying the cutoff remains the same each year. The cutoff marks changes as it depends on the number of students appearing for the exam.
|Category||NEET 2020 Cut Off Percentile|
However, the candidates can check below the NEET cutoff marks and percentile from last year:
|Category||NEET Cut Off Percentile||NEET Cutoff Score|
The validity of NEET 2020 Scorecard
The score and NEET AIR is only valid for 1 year. The candidates can only use it to get admission in the session 2020-2021. However, the candidate who wishes to take admission in the Foreign Medical Institutions can use the NEET 2020 scorecard for a period of 3 years.
NEET 2020 Percentile Score v/s Marks
You can check below the last 3 sessions percentile score v/s marks below.
|Category||NEET Cut Off Percentile||NEET Cutoff Score||Number of Candidates|
2018 and 2017:
|Category||Cutoff Percentile||Cutoff Score (2017)||Cutoff Score (2018)|
|Other||50th||697 – 131||691 – 119|
|UR-PH||40th||130 – 107||118– 107|
|SC||40th||130 – 107||118 – 96|
|ST||40th||130 – 107||118 – 96|
|OBC||45th||130-118||118 – 96|
|SC-PH||40th||130-107||106 – 96|
|ST-PH||40th||130-107||106 – 96|
- From the table above it is clear the the the highest cutoff marks have risen over the 3 sessions.
After the declaration of the NEET 2020 Result
After the NEET 2020 Result is out and the candidates who have qualified for the 15% All India Quota Counselling have to appear for the centralized counselling. Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) conducts the NEET counselling. The candidates have to keep a check over the website of MCC, mcc.nic.in for the counselling details. The candidates have to register and practice the choice filling process online as per the schedule.
Top Colleges that Accept NEET Scores
The candidates can check below the top colleges that accept the NEET score for admission:
|Colleges that Grant Admission via NEET 2020 Result||Latest NIRF Ranking of Colleges|
|Christian Medical College||3|
|Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences||4|
|Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham||5|
|Banaras Hindu University||6|
|Kasturba Medical College||7|
|Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education & Research||8|
|Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences||9|
|King George’s Medical University||10|
|Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education and Research||11|
|St. John’s Medical College||12|
|Aligarh Muslim University||13|
|Maulana Azad Medical College||14|
|Kasturba Medical College||16|
|JSS Medical College||17|
|Christian Medical College||18|
|Vardhman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital||19|
|Dr. D. Y. Patil Vidyapeeth||20|
|Siksha `O` Anusandhan||21|
|SRM Institute of Science and Technology||22|
|University College of Medical Sciences||23|
|Dayanand Medical College||24|
|Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences||25|
|M. S. Ramaiah Medical College||27|
|Regional Institute of Medical Sciences||28|
|Sri Venkateswara Institute of Medical Sciences||29|
|Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology||30|
How To Check The NEET 2020 Result?
The candidate can check the NEET 2020 Result under their respective logins. To check the result the candidates can follow the steps below:
1st step: Click on the direct link that is available on this page as soon as the result is out.
2nd step: Next the candidate has to enter their application number and password/date of birth to check the result, as they have registered at the time of NEET 2020 Registration.
3rd step: On the next window the result of the candidates appear
4th step: The candidates have to save the scorecard in their device and take its print for counselling and admissions.
Details Given in NEET UG 2020 Result
NEET 2020 Results shall be scorecard as well. It contains the following details.
- Roll Number for NEET 2020.
- Application Number.
- Identity Type.
- Minority type.
- Candidate’s name.
- Mother’s name.
- Father’s name.
- Date of birth.
- Marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry, Biology.
- Total Marks.
- Percentile score.
- NEET 2020 All India Quota rank.
- Cut off percentile and score.
- Number of Candidates qualified.
Sample of the NEET 2020 Scorecard:
NEET 2020 Counselling
The NEET 2020 Counselling for the All India Quota is done for the 15% of the seats in the medical colleges. However, the remaining 85% seat counselling is done by the states for filling the seats in their colleges. For the rest 75% of the seats, a state-wise merit list is declared.
For the 15% All India Quota Counselling, the candidates have to register online at mcc.nic.in. Then the candidates have to fill in their choice of seats and lock their choices as per the schedule. Thereafter the seat allotment result is declared. As per the allotted seat, the candidates have to report for the document verification. There are 2 counselling rounds and a mop-up round for filling of the seats.
NEET 2020 Reservation Policy
The allocation of seats in medical colleges is done keeping in mind the reservation of seats for each of the categories in the colleges. the reservation of seats is as per the table below:
|OBC (Other Backward Classes)||27%|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||15%|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||7.5%|
|Physically Handicapped (PH)||5%|
NEET Result Statistics for 2019-20
In the last session of NEET, there were some records set:
- The topper of NEET in the last session scored the highest marks in NEET till date – 701.
- The second and third rank holder had scored 700 marks.
Some other important statistics:
- Best performing state – Delhi.
- Number of candidates qualified from Delhi – 22638.
- Worst performing state – Nagaland.
- Number of candidates from Nagaland qualified – 710.
- Increase in the number of registered candidates – 14.52%.
NEET toppers from the last session:
|NEET AI Rank||Candidate’s Name||Gender||Marks Obtained||Percentile Score||State|
|3||AKSHAT KAUSHIK||Male||700||99.9997873||Uttar Pradesh|
|5||ANANT JAIN||Male||695||99.999362||Uttar Pradesh|
|6||BHAT SARTHAK RAGHAVENDRA||Male||695||99.999362||Maharashtra|
|7||MADHURI REDDY G||Female||695||99.999362||Telangana|
|8||DHRUV KUSHWAHA||Male||695||99.999362||Uttar Pradesh|
|10||RAGHAV DUBEY||Male||691||99.9992203||Madhya Pradesh|
NEET 2020 Result Frequently Asked Questions
Ans : The candidates who score 50 percentile an above are selected for the All India Quota counselling. To get a 50 percentile the candidates must score more than 140 marks at least. However, the minimum marks to be in the top 50 percentile vary as it depends on the number of candidates taking the exam. This to be in a safer side the candidates must aim to score around 200 marks in NEET to be included in the All India Quota counselling.
Ans : The candidates can check the NEET Result in the online mode only at the official website of NEET. To check the result the students have to use their NEET login details like their NEET application number and password/date of birth. The scorecard of the exam appears on the screen. The students can check their marks and percentile score in each of the section and also the overall percentile score.
Ans : No NTA is not responsible for conducting the NEET counselling. It is conducted by MCC. NTA, however, is responsible for the declaration and compilation of the NEET Result.
Ans : The NEET percentile score is calculated using the formula: 100 x Number of candidates appeared with raw score EQUAL TO OR LESS than the candidate / Total number of the candidates appeared
Ans : The score and NEET AIR is only valid for 1 year only.