NEET Result 2022: National Testing Agency will soon release the date and time for NEET Results 2022. The NEET Answer Key will be released before the Results. The tentative dates for the results will be announced after the release of the answer key. Further, Candidates can visit the official portal of the NEET exams for more information and updates: neet.nta.nic.in
Passing the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) UG will make candidates eligible for admissions to various MBBS, BDS, Ayush and Nursing programs. Around 18.72 lakh candidates had registered for the exam that was held on 17 July.
Importantly, students must note that qualifying the NEET exam does not guarantee admission to the MBBS or BDS course in the medical colleges across the county. But, at the same time, students who have not qualified NEET examination cannot secure a seat in any of the medical/ dental colleges in the country, even under the management quota.
NEET UG 2022 Qualifying Criteria
The NTA will release the NEET 2022 qualifying cut-off along with the NEET 2022 Result. The Qualifying Criteria are based on percentile and the category the student belongs to. The qualifying criteria for NEET UG 2022 are given below:
|General, General – EWS||50th Percentile|
|SC/ ST/ OBC-NCL||40th Percentile|
|General – PwD||45th Percentile|
|SC/ST/OBC – NCL PwD||40th Percentile|
Percentile is a positional ranking system in which the ranking would be done per the student’s positional rank. Moreover, the percentile is calculated as per the category. For example, the 50th percentile implies students who score more marks than the remaining 50 per cent of the students in the general category would be deemed qualified. In the same way, the 40th percentile for SC/ST implies students who score more marks than the remaining 60 per cent of the students in that category.
In the way mentioned above, out of the 18 lakh students that appeared for the exam, around 9 lakh students will qualify the exam. However, the number of students qualifying from every category will vary depending on the number of students that attended the exam from that category.
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