NEET Result 2019 - Scorecard | CutOff | Registration | Career Counselling
NTA NEET Result 2019 will be released on June 5, 2019. The minimum NEET cut off marks to qualify the NEET exam will be 50% (For General category) & 40% (For Reserved Category).
The results will be available at the official portal i.e. nta.ac.in in the form of the scorecard.
The scorecard for NEET 2019 contain candidates’ All India Rank (quota and category), overall & sectional marks and percentile.
The counseling procedure will be started after the 2019 result declaration.
NEET 2019 will be conducted on May 5, 2019. Candidates qualifying the examination will have an opportunity to grab a seat into approximately 65,000 MBBS and 25,000 BDS seats in medical and dental colleges across India.
There will be no provision of re-evaluation/re-checking of the answer sheets. After the declaration of cutoff, an All India Merit List is prepared by NTA, containing names of qualified candidates with their corresponding NEET Rank.
About NEET 2019
NEET 2019 – National Testing Agency (NTA) is the conducting body of NEET 2019. The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is the largest entrance examination for admissions to medical, dental, and AYUSH courses in the country.
NEET was introduced by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in the year 2016, replacing AIPMT, as a National entrance examination held yearly for admission to medical and dental courses of the country.
As per the latest updates, the National Testing Agency will hold the competitive entrance examinations that were organised by CBSE earlier. NEET and JEE Main are the first two exams that will be conducted by NTA once a year in offline mode. The sessions are as follows:
For NEET – May 5, 2019
For JEE Main – January 6 – 20, 2019 & April 6 – 20, 2019
NEET 2019 to only be conducted once in offline mode. For complete details on Neet Exam and Option after NEET Click here
NTA will be conducting NEET 2019 in the same pattern. Initially supposed to be held twice a year, NEET 2019 will only be held once a year as per a press release issued by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD). Also, the NTA will hold NEET 2019 in offline mode only once a year.
NEET 2019 will offer a total of almost 65,000 MBBS and 25000 BDS seats to the medical and dental colleges of India except for AIIMS and JIPMER. Since 2018, CBSE had mandated the admission to AYUSH courses in India on the basis of NEET UG only.
Candidates from UR category aged above 25 years and those with Biology as an additional subject may also apply for the exam.
NEET Merit List will now be used to allot seats in veterinary colleges for undergraduate courses like BVSc. and Animal Husbandry under 15% All India Quota.
NEET Result 2019 will be applicable for admissions to all medical colleges of India except for AIIMS and JIPMER, which conduct their own medical entrance exams.
How to Check NEET Result 2019?
NTA will announce NEET 2019 Result online after answer sheets are evaluated. These are the 5 steps to check NTA NEET Result 2019 are given below:
- Visit the official website of NEET at nta.ac.in. Click here
- Under the Online Services, click on NEET Result
- A new tab will open. Type the required credentials - Roll No. and Date of Birth and then submit to get NEET Results.
- NEET Result will be displayed on the screen.
- Download or take a printout of NTA NEET Score Card.
The formula to Calculate NEET Score and Ranks in NEET 2019 Result
With the help of NEET Answer Key, candidates can calculate their expected scores and ranks. They can tally their answers before the NEET Result is released. The marking formula followed by NTA in NEET 2019 is given below-
- For every correct answer, 4 marks are rewarded.
- For marking wrong option, -1 is deducted as penalty.
- No mark is deducted for un-attempted questions and marking more than 1 option.
Total Marks = 180 MCQs X 4 = 720 Marks
Here is the sample of a Neet 2019 Result
What is NEET Percentile Score?
NEET Percentile Score is the minimum score which should be obtained to qualify NEET 2019. It is calculated on the basis of the candidate’s relative position in comparison to other rank holders.
NEET All India Rank is calculated on the basis of absolute score obtained by them in NEET.
New Changes Introduced Last Year
On the proposal of Union Health Ministry, MCI approved several changes in the NEET UG entrance exam.
Here is the list of the new changes introduced last year:
- Andhra Pradesh and Telangana have joined 15% All India Quota scheme. Candidates of these states need not submit Self Declaration form now.
- Aadhaar Card is also not compulsory to fill the NEET Application. But, candidates have to require any ID proof to apply for the exam.
- Indian candidates those wish to pursue MBBS/BDS in foreign nationals, they have to qualify NEET UG exam.
- The attempt limit has been removed from the last year. Now, candidates may attempt the NEET until the age limit as per their categories.
- NIOS or State Open School or private candidates’ are not eligible to NEET exam.
- There will be one set for question paper in all languages.
- As per officials, the exam will be bilingual (except language chosen in English).
- NTA will set up 3,000 practice centers for NEET UG examination from August 2018. It will function on Saturdays and Sundays & candidates will get around an hour to practice.
- From next year, NTA will start their teaching centers for NEET aspirants. They will not charge any fee for coaching. It will start functioning in May 2019.
Percentile Score Rank- All India Rank, All India Quota seat rank and State Quota rank
Qualifying Status NEET Cutoff score for counselling under All India Seats 2019