NTA Has Announced NEET Result 2019 | Check Highest Score & Cut-off

Wait for NEET 2019 results is over. National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the NEET results on its official website (NTANEET.nic.in) for the exam held on May 05, 2019 on PAN India basis and on May 20, 2019, in selected locations of Karnataka and Odisha.

 

In NEET 2019, a total of about 15,19,375 students registered while 14,10,755 students appeared in the exam and out of that, a total of 7,97,042 students have qualified the medical entrance examination.

NEET Result 2019: Student Highlights & Pass Percentage

 

Particulars

Numbers

No. of candidates who registered for NEET 2019

15,19,375

No. of candidates who appeared in NEET 2019

14,10,755

No. of candidates who qualified in NEET 2019

7,97,042

NEET 2019 Pass Percentage

56.4975%

 

In the result announcement, NTA also mentioned that four candidates were found to be using "unfair practices" in the examination. NTA has disqualified those students and their results have been canceled.

NEET Result 2019 Toppers

 

In NEET 2019 Results, Nalin Khandelwal from Rajasthan has topped the chart with 701 marks! Bhavik Bansal from Delhi and Akshat Kaushik from Uttar Pradesh secured 2nd & 3rd position respectively with 700 marks each, while Swastik Bhatia of Haryana grabbed the 4th position with 696 marks.

 

List of Top 11 candidates in NEET 2019 is as under:

 

Roll No.

Candidate’s Name

Marks

NEET Rank

390321135

Nalin Khandelwal

701

1

200156570

Bhavik Bansal

700

2

441114037

Akshat Kaushik

700

3

230100063

Swastik Bhatia

696

4

440901137

Anant Jain

695

5

311311621

Bhat Sarthak Raghavendra

695

6

420127327

Madhuri Reddy G

695

7

440815924

Dhruv Kushwaha

695

8

230207432

Mihir Rai

695

9

300100187

Raghav Dubey

691

10

460809621

Hemant Khandelia

691

11

NEET 2019 Cut-off

 

Category-wise break-up of the result along with the qualifying cut-off score for NEET 2019 is as under:

 

Category

Qualifying Criteria

Marks Range

No. of Qualified Candidates

OBC (Other Backward Class)

40th Percentile

133-107

63,789

SC (Scheduled Castes)

40th Percentile

133-107

20,009

ST (Scheduled Tribes)

40th Percentile

133-107

8,455

UR & PH (Unreserved & Physically Handicapped)

45th Percentile

133-120

266

OBC & PH (Other Backward Class & Physically Handicapped)

40th Percentile (inadvertently writes as 50th Percentile in result announcement)

133-107

142

SC & PH Scheduled Castes & Physically Handicapped)

40th Percentile (inadvertently writes as 50th Percentile in result announcement)

133-107

32

ST & PH (Scheduled Tribes & Physically Handicapped)

40th Percentile (inadvertently writes as 50th Percentile in result announcement)

133-107

14

Others

50th Percentile

701-134

704,335

Total

797,042

 

On the occasion of NEET result, we congratulate all the students who qualified NEET this year. For those who could not qualify - don't worry, we have got an exclusive pathway for you to become a doctor without taking a year off for NEET re-attempt.

NEET Result Trend & Analysis

 

Last year, in 2018, 12,69,922 students appeared in NEET and out of the total aspirants, 56.27% got qualified. To help you get an understanding of the trend, here is a comparison table of NEET results for 2019, 2018, and 2017:

 

Student Category

Minimum Percentile Required

NEET 2017 cut off marks

NEET 2018 cut off marks

NEET 2019 cut off marks

Unreserved/ General

50th Percentile

691-131

691-119

701-134

Unreserved with benchmark disability

45th Percentile

130-118

118-107

133-120

Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes (with or without benchmark disability)

40th Percentile

130-107

118-96

133-107

 

In NEET 2019 results, the highest score is 701. Also, the cut-off score to qualify NEET 2019 is much higher in comparison to cut off score for NEET 2018, pointing to rising competition in the medical entrance examination. Given the fact that only 67,000+ medical seats are available in India, most of the students who qualify NEET are left with no option but to go for medical education abroad to realize their dream of becoming a doctor.

 

NEET Result 2019: Backdrop

 

In the wake of Fani Cyclone, NEET 2019, which was initially scheduled on May 05, 2019, was postponed for candidates having centers in Odisha and later on, the entrance examination was conducted on May 20, 2019. Similarly, for students from Karnataka who missed their NEET exam due to unusual train delays, NEET was conducted again on May 20, 2019. The support of NTA towards the NEET aspirants was well appreciated all over the country.

 

After conducting the entrance examination, NEET 2019 Answer Keys were released by NTA on May 27, 2019, and students were also given the opportunity to challenge the answers suggested by NTA in the official answer keys. Following the announcement, we also enlisted a step-by-step guide to help NEET aspirants follow the procedure to challenge an answer key Provided by NTA and make full use of NEET Answer Keys challenge window, which was open until May 31, 2019, up to 11:50 p.m.

 

Following the Answer Keys, students were eagerly waiting for the NEET 2019 official results which were expected to be announced on May 05, 2019. Finally, the results are out - bringing smile on many faces who got success in the exam while leaving faces of those unhappy who could not make it this time! While it's natural to get sad when we miss an opportunity, in the long run, there are enough opportunities to bridge the gap and become a doctor. On that note, you will be glad to know that Lincoln American University has come up with a solution which provides all of you, irrespective of your NEET results, a clear pathway to become a doctor.

After NEET: Pathway to Become Doctor For NEET-Qualified Students

 

Well, if you appeared in NEET 2019 examination and qualify the exam, we, on behalf of the entire team of Lincoln American University, congratulate you and invite you to apply to our 5-Year MD Program (equivalent to MBBS) and start your medical education in South America at affordable price. As our previous report on NEET 2019 stated, India needs at least 6,26,000 more medical seats to accommodate all NEET 2019 qualified, which, at the moment, is not possible. Accordingly, MBBS abroad is the last resort for most of the students to turn their dream of becoming a doctor into reality.

After NEET: Pathway to Become Doctor for Students Who Are Yet to Qualify NEET

 

If you appeared in NEET 2019 but scored below qualification marks, don't be hopeless. You did your best, you appeared in the exam, and that's matters a lot. We assure you that we have plenty of opportunities for you to become a doctor. For students who are yet to qualify NEET, Lincoln American University has collaborated with Sharda University to conduct 1-Year Pre-Medical Program India. If you are yet to qualify NEET, you are still eligible to apply to our 1-Year Pre-Medical Program conducted in India and prepare for next attempt of NEET along the way. Next year, you can re-appear in NEET examination and once you qualify NEET and complete 1-Year Pre-Medical Program, you will be eligible to get direct admission to our 4-Year MD Program and pursue MD in Guyana.

 

Lincoln American University is recognized by the Medical Council of India and is one of the fastest growing medical universities to pursue medical education in South America region. So, whether or not you have qualified NEET, we invite you to contact us or apply to our medical program and take the next step in your medical career. Once you get in touch with our team, one of medical career experts will guide through an appropriate pathway to become a doctor.





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