NTA NEET Result 2020: How score card will be prepared

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NTA NEET Result 2020: How score card will be prepared

NTA NEET Result 2020: National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) results will be announced by National Testing Agency (NTA) by the first week of October. NTA will declare NEET result as a scorecard on ntaneet.nic.in.

When NTA will release answer key for NEET 2020

However, before announcing the result, NTA will also release the answer key of NEET. Candidates will be able to challenge it on the basis of this answer key. The valid challenges will be considered by the NTA and changes will be made based on it. After this, the result of NEET is prepared on the basis of final answer key.

Neet result is prepared on the basis of the marks of candidates in three sections and overall score. This RAW score is converted into percentile score, as there are many sets of question papers of NEET. In this, rules apply according to the difficulty level.

The NEET result has three major parts or components – the first being the percentage marks in the entrance exam, over all RAW numbers and 15 percent all India quota quota (AIQ) counseling. For this, first of all, all the raw marks are calculated which changes into percentile score. Then based on this percentile score, the AIQ ranking is decided.

The percentile score will be mentioned separately for each of the three sections in the NEET scorecard. Apart from this, there is also an overall percentage score. Explain that the percentile score is a score that is used to determine whether a candidate is eligible for 15 percent AIQ counseling. It has a minimum score of 50% for General / General-EWS candidates to qualify for AIQ counseling. At the same time it is 40 percent for SC / ST / OBC and 45 percentile for PWBD.

This will change this year

now out of 720 marks in NEET scorecard, the overall RAW score of the candidates will also be there. Raw marks are calculated by adding 4 marks for each correct answer and deducting 1 point against each wrong. Please tell that section wise RAW marks are not mentioned on the scorecard.

This is how ranking is determined

Finally, the 15 percentile is the AIQ rank. This rank is given to students who achieve the required minimum percentile. Then the ranking is done on the basis of overall percentile score. If the percentile is high then it means higher rank.

If two or more candidates get the same marks, then tie-breaking is done in order of higher marks in biology. Yet if the tie persists, then higher marks in chemistry are considered for tie-breaking. If the problem is still not solved, then candidates with at least negative marks are given more space. However, if the tie is not resolved, the candidates are ranked on the basis of their age, and the old candidate is placed at a higher position.