Central Board Of Secondary Education has released the NEET(UG) Result on June 04, 2018 at 12:15 PM. This year many students passed the entrance exam with flying colors. One of the brightest students is Prince Choudhary who has secured All India Rank 5 with 686 marks out of 720. He has proved that hard work always pays off. It is a proud moment for his parents and teachers who supported him to achieve such a good result in the exam.

Prince Choudhary hails from a small town in Rajasthan’s border district of Barmer. He is a son of a medical store owner Ramaram and homemaker Kamla Devi. Not only this time, even in board exams he made his parents proud. He secured 94.17% and 93.6 % marks in Class 10 board and Class 12 examination respectively from Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education. Besides this, Prince has studied in Hindi medium until class 10th boards.

Check: NEET(UG) 2018 Results by CBSE

To fulfill his parent’s dream, he wants to take admission in All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi. Though he is not still sure about which branch to pursue. We wish whatever decision he takes, he gets success in every phase of his life.

NEET 2018 Topper Prince Choudhary Secures AIR 5 With 686/720

About his studies, Prince Choudhary took coaching from an institute in Kota, Rajasthan. About his success mantra, he used to study atleast 6 hours after his school and coaching classes. This proves that self-study is utmost in the preparation of every entrance exams. Moreover, his notes and constant practice helped him to achieve AIR 5 in NEET.

Read: NEET 2018 Toppers

We have one more thing to learn from Prince that he always completes and learn the study material of a day on the same day itself. Which helped to prepare for the exam bit by bit daily and finally helped him to crack NEET. Moreover, he loves to read comics in spare time to relax his mind.

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Prince has inspired all the future test takers that to reach a destination you have to choose the roads often less traveled. So, by his success mantra, we must manage the time between coachings and self-study. Moreover, passion to achieve a dream can’t be hindered in any circumstances if we are determined in our goals.

Read: AIR 1 Topper Kalpana Kumari

About the NEET Result this year, 12,69,922 candidates appeared for the test out of 13,26,725 total candidates registered for the exam. Moreover, this year girls outshine boys with their higher qualifying percentage. In total 3,12,399  male qualified out of 5,80,649 male registered candidates. Whereas 4,02,162 females qualified out of 7,46,075 registered female candidates.

 

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