NEET UG 2018 results
NEET UG 2018 results is declared today i.e. 04th June 2018. Close to 13 lakh candidates took the NEET Exam.Candidates can check their NEET UG 2018 results here . Candidates can also view their NEET UG 2018 results on the official results website of CBSE here. To know the step by step procedure, NEET aspirants can go through this article.
How to check NEET UG 2018 results online
- Click on ‘Submit’.
- Your NEET UG 2018 results will be displayed on the screen.
- Download the result and take multiple printouts for future reference.
Candidates can download their NEET scorecards from the NEET official website.
NEET 2018 OMR & Scorecard
The images of OMR Sheet and Responses captured by the machine were displayed on the official website. Answer Key and OMR sheet were declared on 27th May, 2018. It is worth noting that the NEET UG 2018 results of the successful candidates will be valid for the academic session 2018-19 only. Candidates can view & download their scorecards here. Let us take a look at the NEET 2018 scorecard format.
The NEET 2018 scorecard is released only in the online mode and consists of the following details:
- Personal Details of the candidate such as Name, Parent’s Names, Gender, Date of Birth, Category, Roll No., Application No., etc.
- Marks secured in Physics, Chemistry, & Biology.
- Total marks secured.
- Total percentile obtained.
- NEET Category Rank.
- NEET All India Rank (AIR).
- NEET All India Quota Rank (for 15% seats).
- Cut-off Score for counselling under All India Seats.
- Exam Qualifying Status (whether qualified NEET 2018 or not).
Candidates must check all the details in the scorecard and download it to be produced during the NEET counselling procedure.
NEET UG 2018 results will be declared only through the online mode. No individual scorecard will be sent to candidates under any circumstances.
NEET 2018 Answer Key
The answer key for NEET 2018 is likely to be released in some time. The official NEET 2018 Answer Key will contain the correct answers of the NEET 2018 examination. CBSE had released NEET 2018 Answer Keys in the online mode and the candidates can download the answer key and compare their responses in the exam to those in the answer key and predict their tentative score in the NEET 2018 examination.
Steps to download the NEET 2018 Answer Key
- Visit the official website.
- Click on the ‘NEET 2018 Answer Key’ tab.
- The answer keys of all sets will appear on the screen.
- Download the answer key and compare your responses with it.
- Take a printout of the answer key for future reference.
Challenging the NEET 2018 Answer Key
CBSE will give candidates an opportunity to challenge the answer keys. Candidates who are not satisfied with the answer key can raise challenges to the answer key by paying Rs. 1000 per challenge. The challenge fee will be refunded if the challenge is admitted by the board. Please note that no challenges to answer key will be entertained after the due date.
Steps to Challenge the NEET 2018 Answer Key
- Navigate to the NEET candidate login page.
- Enter your NEET 2018 Registration Number and Password.
- Click on the ‘Answer Key Challenge’ tab and select the answer booklet code.
- Select the question you want to challenge and click on ‘Submit’.
- Select your answer and give comments/justifications for your answer.
- Click on the ‘Confirm’ tab and pay the answer key challenge fee.
- You can pay the fee i.e. Rs. 1000 per answer through Debit Card/Credit Card.
- Take a printout of the confirmation slip which contains details of the answer key challenged.
Candidates can view the NEET 2018 Answer key and detailed solutions in our article here.
NEET 2018 Cut-Off
Cut-off marks for NEET 2018 are the minimum marks that a candidate needs to secure in order to qualify NEET 2018. The cut-off marks depend on various factors such as the number of applicants, difficulty level of the exam, marking scheme, etc. The NEET cut-off 2018 for admission will vary from state to state and for each category of students. NEET 2018 cutoff will be declared alongside the NEET 2018 answer key.
The candidates can refer to the following table for last year’s category-wise NEET cut-off marks.
|Category||Marks Range||Qualifying Criteria||No. of Candidates|
|UR & PH||474-131||45th Percentile||437|
|OBC & PH||510-118||40th Percentile||597|
|SC & PH||415-118||40th Percentile||143|
|ST & PH||339-118||40th Percentile||36|
NEET Previous Year Cut-Off Marks for 51% All India Quota Seats (AIQ)
The following table displays last year’s qualifying marks to be eligible for 15% All India Quota Seats. The data will give you an idea about the cut-off marks for 2018.
|Category||Marks Range||No. of Candidates|
|UR & PH||466-214||430|
|OBC & PH||213-210||10|
|SC & PH||209-130||75|
|ST & PH||213-118||23|
NEET 2018 Merit List
CBSE will prepare a merit list for 15% AlQ Seats based on the cut-off score of NEET 2018. Only the candidates qualifying NEET 2018 will be allowed to take part in the 15% AIQ Counselling procedure and the seats will be allotted according to the candidate’s rank and preference. The NEET 2018 merit list will feature only those candidates who secure the minimum percentile score as indicated in the NEET 2018 cut-off.
NEET 2018 Tie- Breaking Process
In the event of two or more candidates securing equal marks in NEET 2018, the inter-se merit of such candidates will be determined in the following manner:
- Candidates securing higher marks in Biology (Botany & Zoology) in the entrance test.
- Candidates obtaining higher marks in Chemistry.
- Candidates who have attempted less wrong answers.
- If the tie still persists, the candidate older in age will be given preference.
Here’s the complete list of toppers in NEET 2017
|Candidate Name||All India Rank||Score Obtained|
|Aryan Raj Singh||9||690|
AIIMS 3rd ranker Tamoghna Ghosh, who was AIR 93 in JEE 2016, secured 42nd rank in NEET 2017. He said he’d opt for AIIMS over NEET.
Statistics of NEET Previous Year Results
The table below gives details of the NEET 2016 appeared and qualified candidates’ details.
|No. of candidates registered for NEET 2016||802594|
|No. of candidates appeared for the exam||731223|
|Total no. of absentees||71371|
|Candidates who qualified for 15% AIQ Seats||19325|
|Total no. of qualified candidates||409477|
One can make a fair estimate of NEET UG 2018 results by looking at these statistics.
Courses Offered after NEET
There are 65,000 MBBS and 25,000 BDS seats available under NEET 2018. Once NEET UG 2018 results are out, candidates will have to start thinking about the college and courses they want. The medical and dental colleges provide the following courses to the successful students at their undergraduate level:
|1||Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)||5 years|
|2||Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS)||5 years|
NEET 2018 Online Reporting of Resignation
Candidates who wish to resign from the UG seat allotted through 15% All India Quota UG 2018 Round-2 are advised to obtain online generated resignation/seat surrender receipt from allotted college (generated through online counselling software).
Facility for online reporting of resignation is available on your allotted colleges and will be available till 05:00 PM of 30.07.2018. All Participating Institutions are requested to report online all those Resignations (Surrender) of Allotted seats, in respect of candidates who were relieved offline, if any.
Please note that there is no need to send information about Resignation offline in any form (through e-mail, fax, or by post). Please note that if any candidate resigns, then she/he will not be eligible to participate in a further round of 15% All India Quota Online counselling UG 2018.
NEET 2018 Counselling
After the announcement of the NEET UG 2018 results, the counselling procedure for admission to various medical and dental colleges for the academic year 2018-18 will begin. The students are selected to colleges based on their rankings and merit.
Counselling for NEET 2018 is carried out in the online mode comprising of two rounds. The counselling for 15% AIQ seats will be conducted by MCC (Medical Counselling Committee) in the month of June/July 2018. The NEET 2018 AIQ Seats counselling will be conducted for admissions to seats in government medical and state dental colleges for only those states which have agreed to open their seats for it. The non-participating states will conduct counselling for 100% state quota seats. All the different state governments will conduct separate two-round counselling process for admission to state quota seats in their government and private colleges.
Eligible candidates wishing to take part in the NEET 2018 counselling procedure need to register themselves in the online mode for the counselling procedure within the given time-frame. Candidates also need to carry their set of original documents when appearing for NEET 2018 Counselling. Their admission confirmation will be dependent on producing these documents, failing which they will not be allowed to join any MBBS or BDS course through NEET 2018.
Documents for NEET 2018 Counselling
- NEET 2018 Admit Card/Hall Ticket.
- NEET 2018 Result.
- Class 12 Certificate.
- Date of Birth Proof.
- 10 Passport size photographs (same as on the application form).
- ID Proof (Aadhar Card, Domicile Certificate, PAN Card, Driving Licence, Voter Id or Passport).
- Provisional Allotment Letter.
- Caste Certificate issued by a competent authority (if applicable).
- OBC Certificate issued by a competent authority (if applicable).
- PH-Certificate issued by a competent authority as specified in the NEET 2018 prospectus (if applicable).
NEET 2018 Counselling Schedule
MCC has announced NEET Counselling Schedule 2018. Counselling is starting in first week of July. Here are dates that have been officially announced for NEET 2018 Counselling for MBBS and BDS Admission 2018-2018.
|1||Counselling registration, choice filling (from 5th) and indicative seat allotment by MCC for NEET UG 2018 counselling||03 Jul 2018 – 11 Jul 2018||9 days|
|2||Date of declaration of result of Indicative Seat Allotment||11 Jul 2018||1 day|
|3||Choice locking by candidates who have registered and submitted options||12 Jul 2018 (upto 5 PM)||1 day|
|4||Process of round 1 seat allotment||13 Jul 2018 – 14 Jul 2018||1 day|
|5||NEET 2018 seat allotment result round 1||15 Jul 2018||1 day|
|6||Candidates will report at allotted medical / dental colleges after round 1 allotment||16 Jul 2018 – 22 Jul 2018 (upto 5 PM)||7 days|
|7||Preferences entry and choice locking and new registration for candidates who wish to take part in round 2||01 Aug 2018 – 04 Aug 2018 (upto 5 PM)||4 days|
|8||Process of round 2 seat allotment||05 Aug 2018 – 07 Aug 2018||3 days|
|9||NEET 2018 seat allotment result round 2||08 Aug 2018||1 day|
|10||Candidates will report at allotted medical / dental colleges after round 2 allotment||09 Aug 2018 – 16 Aug 2018||8 days|
|11||MCC to transfer vacant seats to state quota||16 Aug 2018 (after 5 PM)||1 day|