The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Has announce The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) result 2018 on June 4 (TODAY) in online mode. The NEET result 2018 will be declared in the form of score cards. The NEET result 2018 cum score card will show the All India Rank (AIR), All India Quota (AIQ) Rank, category rank, total marks and percentile score. Apart from this, candidates will also be able to check their subject-wise marks and percentile. The general NEET 2018 cutoff marks and percentile information will also be shown.
Check complete details about the:-
- NEET Result 2018
- Cut Off score (Percentile & Score)
- NEET Result 2018 – Tie Breaking Criteria
- Re-evaluation of NEET Result 2018
- NEET 2018 STATISTICS
- NEET Merit List
- How to download NEET 2018 AIQ Rank Letter?
- Counselling ( Documents Required, Process Overview)
- What after NEET Result 2018 etc from this page.
- Top 10 Medical Colleges Which Accepts NEET Score
Students who appeared for the undergraduate (UG) National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) will be able to check their results on the CBSE’s official website, cbseneet.nic.in, once the CBSE release the results. You need to enter NEET 2018 Roll Number and Date of Birth to check result. The admission under 15% All India Quota seats and State Quota Seats are offered on the basis of rank obtained in NEET 2018. CBSE will prepare an All India Merit List which will consist of the name of the qualified candidates eligible for counseling.
Check the complete schedule for NEET Result 2018 from the table below.
|NEET Result 2018
|NEET 2018 exam was held on||06 May 2018|
|Declaration of NEET Result 2018||04 Jun 2018|
|Downloading of NEET 2018 AIQ Rank Letter will begin by||2nd week of June 2018|
|Counselling Round 1 for NEET 2018 AIQ starts from||June 12 to June 24, 2018|
|Round 2 of NEET 2018 AIQ Counselling starts from||July 6 to July 12, 2018|
|NEET 2018 State Counselling begins by||July 2018|
1) Check NEET Result 2018 Now:-
Candidates can check the result of NEET 2018 and download their scorecards by going through the step-wise procedure mentioned below:
- Visit the official result website of CBSE, cbseresults.nic.in or Click Here
- Search for the NEET(UG) Exam Results – 2018 in the home page and click the relevant link.
- Enter your Roll number.
- Enter Date of Birth (dd/mm/yyyy).
- Click “Submit”
- NEET Result 2018 will be shown on screen.
- Check your NEET Marks and the NEET Rank 2018.
- Download the NEET Rank card and get a print out of it for future reference.
You can also check the NEET result 2018 from the official website https://cbseneet.nic.in/ through the NEET login of the candidate login link in the home page by giving your registration number and password.
NEET 2018 Marking Scheme
|Response in NEET 2018 OMR Sheet||Marks|
|Correct Answer||+4 marks|
|Wrong Answer||-1 mark|
|Unanswered (not attempted)||0|
|If more than one answer is marked||-1 mark|
Formula to calculate NEET Result 2018
|NEET Score = (Total Number of Correct Answers x 4) – (Total Number of Incorrect Answers)|
NEET 2018 as conducted out of a total of 720 marks, with 180 questions asked in total. 45 questions each will be asked from Physics and Chemistry and 90 questions asked from Biology.
Details Given on the NEET Result 2018:-
The result for NEET 2018 will consist of the following details:
- Roll Number
- Application Number
- Aadhaar Number
- Candidate’s Name
- Date of Birth
- Mother’s Name
- Father’s Name
- Marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology
- Total Score
- Percentile Score
- NEET All India Rank
- Overall Rank
- Category Rank
- Cut off for NEET 2018
- Important instructions for the candidates
Sample copy of NEET Result/ Score-card
Who Will Not Be Able To Check Their Result?
The CBSE will not release of the NEET Result 2018 of the following candidates:
- Those who used Unfair Means Practices
- Likewise, those candidates who appeared at the test center other than the one allotted to them, write on the Test booklet/OMR Sheet of other candidates or allow other candidates to write on their Test Booklet/OMR Sheet.
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2) NEET 2018 Cut Off (Percentile & Score)
It is important to know that the candidates need to obtain minimum qualifying percentile in order to qualify this national level entrance test. The candidates who will obtain less the NEET cut off 2018 percentile will not be included in the merit list. The minimum qualifying percentile for NEET 2018 is as follows:
3) NEET Result 2018 – Tie Breaking Criteria
While preparation of the NEET result 2018, in case two candidates score same marks, then their All India Rank (AIR) will be determined after considering following factors in the order as given below:
- Higher Marks in Biology – Candidate with higher marks in Biology in NEET will be given a higher order of merit compared to those with lesser marks in Biology.
- Higher Marks in Chemistry- In case the tie still remains, then candidates’ marks in Chemistry will be considered. Candidate with higher marks in Chemistry will be given a higher order of merit compared to those with lesser marks in Chemistry.
- Least Number of Wrong Answers – If the tie persists, the candidate with least number of wrong answers in NEET will be given a higher order of merit compared to others.
- Seniority – If the tie is not broken even after considering all the above factors, the candidate senior in age will be placed higher in the order of merit compared to others.
4) Re-evaluation of NEET Result 2018
The result of NEET 2018 will not be re-evaluated under any circumstances. The answers are checked through the machine and the possibility of error is close to none. Also, CBSE did provide candidates an opportunity to report errors in the OMR. At that time, the scrutiny was done and required changes were made. Hence, there shall be no provision for NEET Result 2018 re-checking.
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5) NEET 2018 STATISTICS
This year, approximately 13.25 lakh candidates registered for the CBSE’s NEET UG 2018 exam, which was held on May 6th, 2018. The CBSE National Eligibility cum Entrance Test was held at 2,255 exam centres across 136 cities in the country.
On May 25th, the CBSE released answer keys, OMR sheets and responses, and code of test booklets. Candidates had the opportunity to access their NEET 2018 answer sheet adn OMR sheet up to May 27th.
Candidates could submit challenges to the NEET answer keys or response sheets by paying a fee of Rs.100 per challenge. Before the board declares the NEET result 2018, it will go through all the challenges received.
6) NEET 2018 Merit List
The CBSE will prepare an All India Merit List on the basis marks obtained by the candidate in National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET). CBSE will only include those candidates in merit list who will score more than the minimum qualifying percentile. Two types of merit list are available for NEET 2018:
- Merit list for Counselling under 15% All India Quota
- Merit List for Seats Other Than 15% All India Quota
CBSE will prepare 15% All India merit list for those who applied under the quota seats. The Board will then forward the merit list to DGHS, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India for the purpose of allotment of seats by Online Counselling to 15% All India Quota Seats.
Whereas, for admission under other than 15% All India Quota, i.e., State Medical Colleges/ Universities/ Institutions, the CBSE provides only All India Rank. CBSE gives the NEET result 2018 to DGHS, to forward the same to the Admitting Authorities. The candidates then have to apply at the official website of the Admitting Authorities. These authorities then draw a merit list of the candidates in the respective categories.
7) How to download NEET 2018 AIQ Rank Letter?
- The AIQ rank letter of NEET 2018 will be available in online mode in the first week of June 2018. CBSE releases separate rank letters for admission to 15% All India Quota (AIQ) seats.
- Only those candidates who score minimum qualifying marks and also opt for AIQ admissions in NEET 2018 will be able to download AIQ rank letters.
- Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will conduct the counselling for AIQ on the basis of AIQ rank provided in NEET AIQ rank letter 2018.
To download NEET 2018 Rank Letter for 15% All India Quota – Click Here (Link will be made available as soon as it released by CBSE.)
8) NEET Counselling 2018 Schedule
After the announcement of the NEET result 2018, the candidates will come to know whether they are qualified in the NEET 2018 through their NEET Marks and the NEET UG Result 2018 or rank and based on cut off marks. Candidates qualified in the NEET exam can apply for the NEET UG Counselling and participate in the process of NEET Counselling 2018 and get admission in to the college that is allotted to you.
As per the update, the NEET UG counselling will start from 12th of June 2018 and will continue till 24th June 2018 which is the first round of counselling and candidates have to take part in the counselling which will be conducted by the authorities of the state medical admission based on their rank. Whereas, counselling for the 15% all India quota seats will be help for admission in to MBBS and BDS courses by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC).
|NEET 2018 Counselling Events||Dates|
|AIQ, CI, DU Round 1 NEET 2018 Counselling||12th June 2018 to 24th June 2018|
|NEET 2018 Round 1 State Counselling||25th June 2018 to 5th July 2018|
|CI, AIQ, DU Round 2 NEET Counselling||6th July 2018 to 12th July 2018|
|NEET Round 2 State Counselling||15th July 2018 to 26th July 2018|
|NEET 2018 Mop Up Round State Counselling||4th August 2018 to 8th August 2018|
|NEET DU and CI Mop Up Round||12th August 2018 to 22nd August 2018|
Documents Required for NEET Counselling 2018
Here are few mandatory documents that are necessary for NEET counselling that candidates participating in the counselling process should carry.
- NEET 2018 Admit Card
- NEET Rank Card 2018 or AIQ Rank Letter
- Class 12 Marksheet and Certificate
- Class 10 Marksheet and Certificate (for date of birth proof)
- ID Proof
- Provisional allotment letter generated in the online online after allotment.
- 8 passport size photos
- Community Certificate (if applicable) etc.
NEET 2018 Counselling Process Overview
Here is the overview of the NEET Counselling 2018 in few simple steps. Check those steps to get an overview and soon we will try to update the complete counselling process here for your reference. Check the complete NEET 2018 counselling process in the counselling article given in our website.
- Candidate Registration
- Round choice filling and locking
- Round Seat Allotment
- Reporting at college allotted at round
9) What after NEET Result 2018?
The NEET result 2018 will tell candidates if they have qualified or not.
- In case a candidate qualifies the exam by scoring NEET cutoff requirement and doesn’t belong to J&K (unless filled the declaration form at the time of filling application form), he/she will be required to register themselves online for AIQ counselling on the official website of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). The link to register for AIQ counselling will also be made available on NEET Counselling official webpage. The AIQ counselling will begin from June 12, 2018, and registration for the same will begin right after the declaration of NEET result 2018.
- In case a candidate belonging to J&K has qualified the exam but didn’t opt for AIQ seats by filling the self declaration form at the time of filling NEET 2018 application form, then they will be required to register themselves for J&K counselling which will be conducted by the state’s counselling authority.
- Candidates who qualify NEET by scoring minimum required cutoff will also have to register for participating in state counselling for admission to state government and private medical colleges which will be conducted by their respective state counselling authorities.
- In case a candidate fails to qualify the NEET 2018, then they will not be able to participate in further NEET counselling or admission process.
10) Top 10 Medical Colleges Which Accepts NEET Score For MBBS/ BDS Admission
Here we have given a list of the top 10 medical colleges which probably is in everyone’s bucket list will provide admission on the basis of NEET Result 2018. We have prepared the list as per the NRF 2018 Ranking. Check the top 10 medical colleges name below.
|Sr No.||Name of the Medical College||State||Score||NIRF 2018 Ranking|
|1||Christian Medical College||Tamil Nadu||73.61||3|
|2||Kasturba Medical College||Karnataka||62.03||4|
|3||King George’s Medical University||Uttar Pradesh||61.73||5|
|4||Banaras Hindu University||Uttar Pradesh||58.52||7|
|5||Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences||Delhi||57.12||8|
|6||Aligarh Muslim University||Uttar Pradesh||56.34||9|
|7||Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute||Tamil Nadu||55.32||10|
|9||M. S. Ramaiah Medical College||Karnataka||54.12||12|
|10||Vardhman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital||Delhi||53.98||13|
About NEET 2018
National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test is a national level examination. CBSE first conducted the exam in 2013. Soon it was scrapped. Then, in the year 2016, MCI revived it again. Since then, medical colleges use NEET result 2018 to fill MBBS and BDS seats.
CBSE holds the exam in offline mode, on the first Sunday of May. This year, CBSE conducted the exam under the strict eye. It took various measures to ensure that there is no irregularity in the examination. Metal detectors, strict dress code, proper frisking was done before the exam.
About Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
Central Board of Secondary Education, or famously referred to as CBSE, is the most popular national school Board. It is responsible for regulating school education. However, it is also responsible for conducting national level entrance examinations like NEET, JEE Main, CTET, NET, etc. Approximately, the Board has 19,316 schools affiliated to it. Even 211 schools in 25 foreign countries are also affiliated with CBSE.| | | |