NEET 2019 Result Declared - Over 7.9 Lakh candidates cleared NEET Exam

NEET 2019 results is announced by NTA on June 5, 2019. Candidates can check the result in official website ntaneet.nic.in using the register number and password. 

NEET Result 2019 Summary

In 2019 NEET exam over 15 lakh canidates appeared for the exam on May 5, 2019 accross 156 cities. In that over 7.9 lakh candidates cleared the NEET Exam 2019

Top 10 Rank Holders of NEET 2019 Exam

  1. Nalin Khandelwal (Rajasthan)
  2. Bhavik Bansal (Delhi)
  3. Akshat Kaushik (UP)
  4. Swastik Bhatia (Haryana)
  5. Anant Jain (UP)
  6. Bhat Sarthak Raghavendra (Maharashtra)
  7. Madhuri Reddy G (Telangana)
  8. Dhruv Kuswaha (UP)
  9. Mihir Rai (Delhi)
  10. Raghav Dubey (MP)

How to Check NEET Result 2019?

 To check your NEET 2019 score, you need to follow the below procedure:

  • Log on to the NEET official website.
  • Click on the Online Services tab to find the NEET result. 
  • Click on NEET results and enter your credentials such as your NEET roll number and your date of birth and then click the submit icon.
  • Your result will be displayed.
  • Save it and take a print out of your NEET scorecard.

Details mentioned in the NEET Score Card

As you know, you will need to submit your scorecard during your counseling and reporting at the institute to confirm the admission. As soon as you download your scorecard from the official website after filling in the required credentials, you will be able to see the following details mentioned on your scorecard:

  • Your NEET Roll number
  • Application number
  • Nationality
  • Applicants name
  • Date of birth
  • Gender
  • Parents name
  • Category
  • Marks scored in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics
  • Total marks
  • Percentile score
  • Rank - All India
  • Rank – State Quota Rank, All India Rank
  • Qualifying status
  • NEET cut off score required for counseling under all India seats 2019

The proper sequence of information present in the scorecard is given in the below table:

Roll no

Application number

Nationality

Applicant's name

Date of birth

Gender

Parent’s/guardian's name

Marks obtained in each section that is Physics, Biology, and Chemistry

Category

Total marks

Percentile score

All India Rank

All India quota seat rank

State quota rank

Qualifying status

Cut off required for counseling

How to Calculate the NEET Score and Ranks

There are various formulas available for students to calculate their expected scores in the exam. Since NEET releases the answer sheet of the exam immediately within 2-3 days after taking the exam, so students can match their responses and can calculate their scores along with ranks.

Now to calculate, follow these steps:

  • Tally your answers with the official answer key released by NEET.
  • Reward yourself 4 marks for every correct response, negative 1 for every wrong answer and 0 marks for every unattempted question.
  • There are 180 MCQs in total, so the total marks are, 180 × 4 = 720 marks
  • Now to calculate expected marks, the formula used is:
    Your NEET Score = (Total number of correct answers x 4) – (Total number of incorrect answers x -1)
  • After calculating the score, you need to find your expected rank. Although there is not any perfect formula to calculate the rank, it is usually calculated in comparison to past results. You can predict your rank as below:

Ranks range

Marks range

Ranks range

Marks range

1-5

681-690

38671-42664

391-400

6-9

671-680

43751-48025

381-390

10-16

661-670

49140-53692

371-380

17-31

651-660

54886-60006

361-370

32-65

641-650

61286-66854

351-360

66-80

631-640

68197-73907

341-350

81-92

621-630

81674-75426

331-340

92-160

611-620

82464-89970

321-330

172-246

601-610

91617-98710

311-320

272-363

591-600

100625-108255

301-310

388-531

581-590

109875-118148

291-300

547-781

571-580

120117-128941

281-290

813-1132

561-570

131185-140219

271-280

1200-1616

551-560

142586-152352

261-270

1728-2308

541-550

154342-165169

251-260

2441-3298

531-540

168075-178876

241-250

3503-4473

521-530

181431-194813

231-240

4708-5972

511-520

196386-210183

221-230

6257-7696

501-510

212003-225343

211-220

8032-9570

491-500

228954-242788

201-210

9958-11594

481-490

245609-261169

191-200

11993-13926

471-480

265271-280794

181-190

14358-16342

461-470

285115-301394

171-180

16795-18977

451-460

306153-323646

161-170

19548-22114

441-450

328574-346874

151-160

22756-25447

431-440

352020-371811

141-150

26179-29211

421-430

377662-398105

131-140

29973-33388

411-420

404017-428905

121-130

33794-37770

401-410

  • After finding the rank, you can calculate your percentile by this formula:

Total appearing candidates – Rank secured/ Total appearing candidates’ X 100

NEET 2019 Cut Off

NEET cut off is the minimum percentile that you require to qualify for counseling and further procedures to obtain admission. NEET percentile score is calculated per the candidate's relative position to other rank position holders. Given below is the information related to cut off:

Category

Minimum qualifying marks out of 720

Qualifying percentile

Unreserved category

360

70

Scheduled Tribes (ST)/ Scheduled Caste (SC)/Other Backward Classes (OBC)

288

40

Physically Handicapped (PH)

288 (Reserved Category), 324 (UR)

45

Although the cut off is usually dependent on several factors such as the total number of available seats, the total number of candidates appearing in the exam, the difficulty level of exam, etc.

NEET cut off for government colleges (Previous Year)

Medical Colleges

NEET 2017 Closing Rank

AIPMT 2016 Closing Rank

AIPMT 2015 Closing Rank

Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi

46

28

59

VMMC & Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi

223

56

105

University College Of Medical Sciences, New Delhi

80

97

158

Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi

362

117

284

Government Medical College, Chandigarh

144

158

303

Seth G.S. Medical College, Mumbai

194

216

459

King George’s Medical University, Lucknow

277

386

776

Stanley Medical College, Chennai

944

2039

2003

Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak

862

674

1512

Grant Medical College and Sir JJ Group of Hospitals, Mumbai

328

565

1008

NEET 2019 Merit List

The merit list of NEET gets prepared on the orders and directives from the Supreme court, MCI, DGHS, and DCI. A few points regarding the merit list are as follows:

  • A category wise merit list is not declared, a centralized merit list is prepared for all the qualifying candidates.
  • A merit list based on All India Quota (AIQ) for the top 15 percent of candidates will be prepared.
  • The list will include the number of students equal to the number of seats available.
  • States prepare their merit list based on quota and rank.
  • Along with the merit list, a list of students included in the waiting list will also get released.

Tie Breaker

If two students secure the same marks, then tiebreaker (inter-se-merit) will determine the order of preference by the following method:

  • The candidate who scores higher marks in biology will get preference. If still there is a tie, then the candidate with higher chemistry marks will be preferred.
  • If the tie remains, then the candidate who attempted the lesser number of wrong answers will get preference.
  • If it persists, then the candidate with a higher age will get preference.

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