NEET Result 2019 - Check Your NEET 2019 Scorecard and Merit List
May 5th is the NEET exam result date 2019, a crucial event for a medical aspirant. Students are well familiar with the feeling that follows an exam. After all your hard work, a small bit of apprehension around your performance isn’t unjustified. The NEET result 2019 is expected to release in tentatively June 5, one month after the test.
From where can you check the result?
NEET 2019 result will be available in National Testing Agency’s official web portal. Candidates can check their results online.
How to check NEET Result 2019?
NTA declares the NEET exam result after a thorough evaluation of all candidates’ papers. Additionally, a few days before the result declaration, you’ll be able to check the answer key. The counselling process starts soon after the result releases.
A simple way to check NEET results
Here are the steps to follow to check your NEET result.
Step 1 – Visit the official NTA website at nta.ac.in.
Step 2 – Look for the tab stating ‘Online Service’. Under it, click on NEET Result. Step 3 – From there, you’ll be directed to a new tab where you’ll need to key in few necessary credentials. Step 4 – Enter your NEET roll number and Date of Birth. After you do so, the result will be displayed on the screen.
After following the above steps for NEET result check, you can download and print the score card.
Essential information you can find in your NEET score card
All candidates will have to download their NEET score cards as producing this document during counselling is necessary. Also, during reporting at an institute and confirming one’s admission, it’ll be necessary that he/she possesses this document.
A NEET score card contains all necessary details of your NEET result 2019. Following pieces of information are available in a
a) Total marks obtained by the candidate
b) Section wise marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry and Biology
c) The candidate’s rank including the All India Quota seat rank, All India Rank, and State Quota Rank
d) His/her percentile score
e) Qualifying status
f) The minimum qualifying percentile for that year
What does the information on your score card mean?
A candidate’s percentile score is calculated based on the highest achieved marks in that year’s exam. It’s an indication of your relative position in comparison to others who appeared for the test.
All ranks for NEET are calculated using candidates’ absolute scores. Moreover, you can calculate your percentile score based on the rank you have secured on NEET UG result 2019.
NEET results – The key determinant to your medical career
Your result determines how successful you have been in your attempt to a promising medical career. To qualify for admissions in medical colleges, you must secure a score above the qualifying percentile.
Qualifying percentile as per reservation category –
• Unreserved category – 50 percentile
• SC/ST/OBC – 40 percentile
• Physically handicapped – 45 percentile
NEET cut-off is released for 2 quotas; they are –
• All India Quota
• State level Quota
After the release of the NTA NEET result, top 15% of the scorers will be directly eligible to appear for counselling under the All India Quota.
Answer Key for NEET 2019
Candidates highly anticipate the answer key to the NEET questions. It’s especially important for those who are considering reappearing in the exam. It is released a few days before the NEET result date. With the help of an answer key, you’ll be able to assess the mistakes, a crucial step for a better performance next time.
The answer key will be released through online mode only. The answer key to NEET result 2019 contains correct answers to all the exam questions. Facility to challenge the answer key will also be provided. To do so, a candidate will have to make a payment of Rs. 1,000 per answer. When the authority accepts a student’s challenge, he/she gets a full refund.
A brief guide to challenging the answer key
• Login to NEET result website using your registration number and password.
• Choose the ‘Challenge NEET Answer Key’ tab, and click ‘submit’.
• After this, you’ll need to select the questions you want to challenge.
• Following the above steps, you’ll have to justify your decision to challenge the answer with appropriate reasoning.
• Next, click ‘confirm’, and pay a fee of Rs. 1,000 through debit/credit card.
After NEET 2019 results
Several relevant events follow the release of NEET result 2019. Preparation of the Merit List and commencement of the counselling process are two such vital events.
The counselling process will start after July 12, 2019. Candidates whose names appear in the final merit list will be eligible for NEET counselling.
Vital facts on NEET counselling -
• MCC conducts this counselling process for Deemed and Central Universities that offer seats under the 15% AIQ quota.
• The merit list for centralised counselling is decided based on candidates’ AIQ rank.
• Those who are planning to apply at State Medical Colleges/Universities through NEET UG 2019 result must follow the instruction of relevant State Government authorities.
• State Merit list is based on All India Rank.
Seat allotment process – a brief overview
Here’s how the counselling process progresses:
1. First, you need to register for the counselling. After that, you’ll be presented with multiple options of exercising choices, indicative seats, and locking of choices.
2. The round 1 for seat allotment takes place, followed by result publication.
3. After this, you will have to report at the allotted medical/dental college against round 1 results.
4. Next, the remaining vacant seats will be revealed. If you didn’t secure a seat in the previous round, you can submit a fresh choice in round 2.
5. Process of seat allotment for round 2 follows. After this, result will be published.
Hopefully, you are able to secure a seat in your dream institute. Clear concepts and thorough knowledge are keys to a successful NEET result 2019.