NEET UG Entrance Exam 2022 Result Declared
2022 NEET Result 2022, National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Result 2022, has been declared. The conducting body of NEET Exam -NTA has announced the NEET UG result on the official website where students can check out their marks with their details on admit card – www.neet.nta.nic.in.
A total of over 18.5 lakh candidates appeared for NEET UG Exam 2022 in which only 9.93 lakh have qualified the exam. The next step for the students who have qualified the NEET UG 2022 exam is to appear for NEET counselling conducted by Medical Counselling Committee and State Counselling institutes. The further schedule will be released soon on www.mcc.nic.in.
Students need to know that the cut off for qualifying NEET is 50 percentiles for general category and for reserved categories its 40 percentiles. Another thing to be noted here is that just qualifying the NEET Exam does not guarantee your admission in a medical college.
The Topper of NEET UG 2022 Exam
Rajasthan’s Tanishka has secured All India Rank 1 with 715 marks in NEET UG 2022 Exam. Although, three other candidates have secured the same marks and percentile scores were same too but couldn’t secure NEET AIR 1. This caused a little havoc among students, but NEET 2022 toppers list was released by NTA based on new tie-breaking criteria, which have been included in this article at the end.
NEET UG 2022 topper Tanishka even shared her mantra to succeed in the exam, “as the course progresses in the classroom, you will have to revise the previous studies again and again. You can make small notes topic-wise,” she further added. She also encouraged students never to hesitate while asking questions.
Rank 2, 3 and 4 respectively were secured by Delhi’s Vatsa Ashish Batra, and Karnataka’s Hrishikesh Nagbhushan Gangule, and Rucha Pawashe. They secured 715 marks or 99.9997733 points, the same as the AIR 1 Tanishka.
NEET UG 2022 tie-breaking criteria
The NTA has released the tie-breaking criteria given below on which the NEET 2022 result is based.
Higher Biology marks will be given first preference.
If still the tie doesn’t break, higher marks in Chemistry will be considered.
If tie remains, the candidate with higher marks in Physics will be considered.
If the tie persists, the candidate who has less proportion of incorrect answers and correct answers in all the subjects will be considered.
Then again, candidates with less proportion of incorrect and correct answers in Biology will be considered for higher rank.
If still the issue remains, candidates with less proportion of incorrect and correct answers in Chemistry will be given preference.
If still the issue persists, candidates with less proportion of incorrect and correct answers in Physics will be considered for higher rank.
Finally, older candidates will be given less preference.
If still the problem remains the same, the preference will be given to the application number in ascending order.