CBSE will announce NEET 2018 Result in the month of June. NEET 2018 result is to be published by 5th June, as per official dates. Thus, it can be announced anytime between 1st to 5th June. It will show candidate details such as name, roll number, and result specifics including marks obtained, NEET All India Rank, category rank, qualified or not qualified status. You cannot check the result at candidate login at cbseneet.nic.in, there it will only be notified. Result login will be at cbseresults.nic.in. You can get NEET 2018 result date, link, how to check, toppers, cut off here.
Date of declaration of NEET Result is by 5th June 2018. Keep your login credentials ready. Get roll number from admit card of NEET 2018.
NEET 2018 Result
Candidates must obtain cut off marks in NEET 2018 Result in order to qualify. The minimum marks required are 50th percentile in NEET for general category, 40th percentile for SC/ST/OBC, and 45th percentile for unreserved-PH category. You can first note the important dates from here.
|CBSE NETE UG 2018||Dates|
|Conduct of exam||06 May 2018|
|Issuance of answer key and OMR responses||To be announced|
|Declaration of NEET 2018 result by||05 Jun 2018|
|Declaration of NEET 2018 All India Rank and availability of rank letter by||05 Jun 2018|
|First round of counselling expected to begin on||12 Jun 2018|
As soon as result is announced, you can check it from link that will be updated here.
CBSE NEET 2018 Answer Key
The most important thing that happens after the exam, and before result is out, is the publication of answer keys. Answer key of NEET 2018 will contain answers of all questions asked in exam. This is helpful in calculating marks obtained in exam and predicting rank.
After the exam, CBSE looks after the checking of papers (OMR sheets are scanned, responses are stored) and compilation of merit list. Candidates get an overall score on basis of number of correct and incorrect answers. Then merit list compiles as per directives of DGHS, MCI, DCI. Position in merit list indicates rank.
Significance of result
The marks obtained in NEET 2018 result decide whether you have qualified NEET or not. If you qualify, only then you can apply for admission (through counselling of 15% AIQ or otherwise) through NEET score, otherwise, unfortunately not.
Then the NEET 2018 All India Rank decide your chances of admission. For available seats, a candidate with higher rank has better chances of admission.
NEET 2018 Result opens the gateway for admission to 65,170 MBBS seats, 25,730 BDS seats, and several AYUSH seats.
How to check NEET 2018 Result?
Candidates can check NEET 2018 result in online mode. It is a simple process. Nevertheless, step by step process is given here for your quick reference.
Step 1 – To reach the result of NEET 2018
The first thing you need to do is to get to result page. You can either click on link above (which will be available when result is out) or go to cbseneet.nic.in and locate results link.
Once you get the link, click it.
Step 2 – Login.
You will see that the result link leads to a login page at cbseresults.nic.in. Here you enter roll number and date of birth. Then click on login.
Step 3 – Check result and download rank letter.
You can see your result on the screen now. It shows various details pertaining to you and your result. Locate the print option, probably on top-right or top-left corner. Now print rank letter.
Tie breaking used to get NEET 2018 Rank
Tie breaking is implemented only when two or more candidates get same overall marks.
- First, candidate with higher marks in Biology in the entrance exam gets a higher rank.
- If there is still a tie then the one with higher marks in chemistry gets the better rank.
- Even then if tie persists then the candidate who marked fewer incorrect answers gets a better rank.
- In the end, one who is older in age gets higher rank.
Important things you should know about NEET 2018 Result
The role of CBSE is limited upto declaration of result. After that it sends result / rank to DGHS and other counselling authorities for counselling.
Candidates may please note that category wise result will not be prepared for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test. Instead, the All India Rank shall only be there or hold significance.
It is important to stay in touch with CBSE, MOHFW, DGHS, MCC websites until end of admission process.
NEET 2018 Marks cum Rank Sheet / Rank Letter
Candidates can download NEET 2018 marks cum rank sheet / rank letter from cbseneet.nic.in or cbseresults.nic.in. It will also be available at digilocker.gov.in.
Rules for re-checking, re-evaluation
The board takes utmost care to not let any discrepancies creep into results. Thus, there is no provision to apply for re-checking or re-valuation of results.
Scope of NEET 2018 Result
NEET 2018 result will be used for admission to the following types of seats.
- All India Quota Seats
- State Government Quota Seats
- Central Institutions/Universities/Deemed Universities
- State/Management/NRI Quota Seats in Private Medical / Dental Colleges or any Private University
- Central Pool Quota Seats
NEET 2018 Cut Off
A candidate needs to obtain cut off score in order to be eligible for admission. The cut off percentile is fixed.
|Category||Cut off percentile|
|UR / Others||50th percentile|
|SC / ST / OBC||40th percentile|
|UR PH||45th percentile|
|SC-PH / ST-PH / OBC-PH||40th percentile|
Marks corresponding to these percentiles will be revealed with result.
Last year the cut off score was
- UR – 131
- SC / ST / OBC – 107
- UR PH – 118
- SC-PH / ST-PH / OBC-PH – 107
NEET 2018 Merit List
Merit list refers to the rank list. It is the list of candidates arranged in order of their marks obtained. Only qualified candidates – those who have marks equal to or more than cut off – are in this list.
NEET 2018 Merit List for 15% All India Quota – Number of candidates in merit list for all India quota equals the number of seats available for MBBS/BDS admission. In addition, there will also be a wait list containing number of candidates equal to 4 times of the merit list.
NEET 2018 Merit List for other than 15% All India Quota – CBSE provides All India Rank to admitting authorities. Thereafter they invite applications for counselling on basis of NEET scores.
NEET 2018 Counselling
CBSE is responsible for conducting NEET and declaring its result. Beyond that, it does not look after other processes such as counselling. Instead, CBSE gives All India Ranks to Directorate General of Health Services, New Delhi which goes on to organize counselling for 15% All India Quota seats. They also provide ranks to state counselling authorities and admitting institutions for the purpose of admission counselling.
In this process, counselling bodies verify eligibility criteria, self-declaration, other documents.
CBSE NEET 2018 Result Statistics
Until now you may have heard that a large number of candidates appear in exam. But did you know how many? Statistics for NEET 2018 will be published along with results. Last year’s data will give you an idea of the scale of this exam.
Statistics of NEET – 2017
|Registered candidates||1138890||70.58% increase from NEET I 2016. 139.37% increase from NEET II 2016.|
|OCIs||480||Allowed for first time|
|Male||497043||43.64% of registered candidates|
|Female||641839||56.36% of registered candidates|
|Cities||103||Against 52 in 2016|
|Languages||10||Only 2 in 2016|
|Exam centres||1921||Against 739 in 2016|
|City coordinators||124||Against 61 in 2016|
Language wise distribution of candidates was as follows.
|English + Hindi||1033696||90.75%|
This is the number of candidates that qualified
There is a difference in “total” number since PH candidates have been placed in their actual categories as well as PH category.
Registered and qualified candidates were as follows
Category wise number of candidates qualified and their respective NEET cut offs were as follows.
|Category||Cut off percentile||Marks range||Number|
|Others||50th percentile||131 – 697||543473|
|OBC||40th percentile||107 – 130||47382|
|UR PH||45th percentile||118 – 130||67|
|OBC PH||40th percentile||107 – 130||152|
Total MBBS and BDS seats in India
As per MCI and DCI websites that have college details, there are 470 medical colleges and 308 dental colleges.
There are overall 65170 MBBS seats, and 25730 BDS seats.