The NEET result 2021 will be announced by the National Testing Agency on their official website. The candidates will be able to view their results by logging in using their roll numbers, registered email ID, and the date of birth provided by them. The NEET exam will be held on Aug 1, 2021. All the details related to the NEET 2021 result has been discussed on this page.
- NTA NEET Result 2021 Highlights
- How to Download the NEET 2021 Result?
- NEET Merit List 2021
- NEET 2021 Sample Score Card
- NEET Result Statistics for 2020
- NEET Result Validity 2021
- NEET Counselling 2021
National Testing Agency (NTA) is expected to declare NEET 2021 result by June, 2021 (Tentative) in online mode, in the form of a scorecard. Along with the NEET result 2021, NTA will also release the final answer key. Both will be available to download on the official website of NTA. The candidates must note that the scorecard will not be sent to them by post. There is no provision to request revaluation of the NEET 2021 result either. The result once declared shall be considered final. The Counselling for NEET 2021 will be held after the exam the candidates who crack the exam will have to go through this process.
NTA NEET Result 2021 Highlights
The NEET 2021 result shall contain details like the name of the aspirant, his/her date of birth, subject-wise marks secured, the total percentile scores, NEET All India Rank (AIR), All India Quota (AQI) Rank, as well as the category rank. Along with the NEET 2021 result, the marks equivalent to the cut off percentile will also be declared. Minimum cut off for general category is around 50, while that for the SC/ST/OBC categories is 40 percentile.
Based on the cut off percentile, the result will be announced. Based on the NEET result 2021, the allocation of the 15% All India Quota seats, the 85% state quota seats, 100% deemed, and the central university colleges.
- Applicants need to submit their respective roll numbers, and the date of birth to download their NEET 2021 results. These details serve as the login credentials for a candidate.
- In the interest of candidates, it is advised to take a few copies of the NEET result 2021 and preserve it for the future admission process.
NEET Result 2021 Date
The important dates related to the NEET result 2021 are tabulated below:
|NEET UG Exam Date 2021||Aug 1, 2021|
|NTA NEET Result 2021 Date||To be announced|
|Final Answer Key Release Date||To be announced|
|NEET 2021 Counselling||To be announced|
How to download the NEET 2021 Result?
The detailed NTA NEET Result 2021 checking procedure is given below for your reference:
Step 1 Visit the official website of NTA
Step 2 Search for the NEET 2021 results link, and click on that link.
Step 3 You will be redirected to a new link where you should enter your login credentials, like the registration number, and your date of birth, and click on the submit button to access your result.
The results will be displayed on a new page that you are redirected to. You are advised to take printouts of your NEET 2021 Result for future reference and further admission process.
NEET Merit List 2021
NTA produces several category-wise merit lists, in consideration with the NEET result 2021. Based on these merit lists, the institutions carry out the proceeding NEET counselling rounds. The list of seat allotment is also prepared through the same list.
The three types of NEET merit lists 2021 are given below:
Overall Merit List
Every candidate who appears for NEET 2021 shall find his/her name in this overall merit list declared by the National Testing Agency. This list is forwarded to every institution that carries out counselling rounds for NEET 2021. The list shall contain scores obtained by each candidate, his or her rank, etc.
15% All India Quota Merit List
The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) is responsible for creation of this NEET merit list. It contains names of all the candidates who were successful in qualifying the NEET exam 2021.
State Quota Merit List
It must be known that 85% of the seats available in a state are reserved for candidates belonging to that state. The candidates have to enrol themselves for the counselling process of that state. The state is responsible for the creation of this merit list, containing the names of all the candidates who shall be given these seats.
NEET 2021 Sample Score Card
A NEET scorecard will look like the file attached below. Students can see their qualifying status, their sectional marks, etc.
Details mentioned on the NEET Scorecard 2021
The NEET result 2021 for both the sessions will contain the following information.
- Roll Number of the Candidate.
- NEET 2021 Application Number.
- Personal Details (including candidate’s name, father’s and mother’s name, gender, DOB, nationality, category/sub-category, etc.)
- Marks Obtained in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.
- Total Marks obtained.
- Percentile Score.
- All India Rank.
- Qualifying Status.
- NEET AIR for 15% AIQ (All India Quota) seats.
- NEET Cutoff Score
NEET Result Statistics for 2020
The statistics related to NEET 2020 Result were released by the NTA on their official website. The complete data related to NEET result statistics for the academic year 2020 is given below for reference:
|Category||Total No. of Qualifiers|
The category-wise qualifying percentile for NEET 2020 is tabulated below:
NEET Result 2020: Toppers
Here's a list of the 15 top scorers of the NEET 2020 exam. This list contains their NEET scores and All India Ranks.
|Name of the Candidate||Marks Obtained||All India Rank|
|B. Sarthak Raghavendra||695||6|
NTA NEET Result 2021: Tie-Breaking Criteria
Owing to a large number of candidates who attend the NEET, it's not very rare for two or more candidates to secure the same marks. The tie-breaking procedure followed to allot different rankings when two or more candidates secure the same marks in the NEET result is provided below.
- Candidate with a higher score in Biology will be given a higher order to merit.
- If the score in Biology is the same for two or more candidates, then the candidate with a higher score in Chemistry will be considered for a higher rank in merit.
- If the score in Biology and Chemistry is the same for two or more candidates, then the candidate with less number of incorrect answers will be considered for a higher rank in merit.
- If all the above are the same for two or more candidates, then the candidate who is older in age will be considered for a higher rank in merit.
NEET Result Validity 2021
Qualifying the NEET exam is a mandatory criterion for admission to reputed Medical Colleges, not just across India, but to foreign universities as well. The validity of NEET scores is discussed below:
- NEET Result Validity in India: If a candidate is seeking admission at a college based in India, his/her NEET scorecard will be valid for one year only.
- NEET Result Validity in Foreign Universities: The NEET scorecard shall be valid for three years if a candidate seeks admission to any of the universities based out of India.
NEET Counselling 2021
After the NEET result 2021 declaration and the release of merit lists, counselling process begins at the participating institutions. The candidates should check their ranks and shortlist the colleges where their candidature will get accepted, and start applying. They must visit the websites of all the colleges they have shortlisted, and have a look at the infrastructure, course fee and other important information. The counselling process for every college/institution is done differently. The candidates are advised to refer to the list of all the documents and other paraphernalia, that they need to carry to the NEET 2021 Counselling.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q1. When will the NTA NEET 2021 result be announced?
A. The official date for the release of NEET result 2021 has not been announced yet. It will be declared in July, 2021 tentatively.
Q2. Is it possible to ask NTA to revaluate your response sheet after the declaration of NEET result?
A. NTA will not entertain any requests to revaluate NEET 2021 score-cards.
Q3.How to calculate the NEET Percentile Score?
A. The formula used to calculate the NEET percentile score is NEET Percentile = 100 * (Number of candidates with their raw score equal to or less than the candidate / Total number of candidates who appeared for NEET).