NEET Result 2021: Check NEET Scorecard Here

NEET Result 2021 will be declared one month after the exam. This NEET Result 2021 will be declared in the scorecard format. However, the candidates are required to download this NEET Result 2021 Score Card for UG.

Here, in this article, we will provide you detailed information regarding the NEET Result 2021.  

NEET Result 2020-21

The NEET Result can be checked only from the official website of NTA. Below is the link for checking NEET 2020-21 result. You can click on the below link to check your NEET Scores.

Check NEET 2021 Result Here

NEET 2021 Result Dates  

Correction Window 

June first week  

Admit Card 2021  

July first week  

Exam Date  

August (Tentative) 2021

Release of Provisional Answer Key  

The second week of August 2021

Release of Final Answer Key  

Third week of August 2021

NEET Result 2021

The first week of September 2021

Counseling Sessions  


How to Check NEET UG Result 2021?

By following these steps you can check NEET Result 2021.  

  1. Visit the official website of the NEET  
  2. Under the Online Services, click on NEET Result 2021.
  3. A new tab will get open. 
  4. Now enter the required details to get the Result  
  5. Enter your NEET credentials such as Roll Number, Date of Birth, Security PIN, and then submit it after verifying the entered details.  
  6. NEET Result will be displayed on the screen. 

Details Present on the NEET UG Scorecard 2021

Here are details that are mentioned in the NEET Score Card on which the candidates need to focus the most. These details are:-  

  • Roll number  
  • Application Number  
  • Nationality  
  • Applicant Name  
  • Date of Birth  
  • Applicant’s Gender  
  • Parent’s Name  
  • Section-wise marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology  
  • Category  
  • Total marks  
  • Percentile Score 
  • Rank- All India Rank, All India Quota Seat, and State Quota rank  
  • Qualifying Status  
  • NEET Cut off score for counseling under All India Seats 2021  

NEET Result 2021 Tie-Breaker Criteria

Have you ever wondered whether 2 or more students getting the same marks in NEET Exam 2021? In such a case, the inter-se merit is considered as per the following conditions:

  • Firstly Biology marks are considered. The candidate getting higher marks is preferred in the merit list.
  • If there is still a tie, then the chemistry mark is considered.
  • If it still remains a tie, then the student who has committed fewer mistakes is considered.
  • Lastly, the age of the candidate is taken into account. The older candidate is given higher priority compared to the younger one.

Calculation of NEET Percentile  

The NEET Percentile will be calculated on the candidate’s AIR and its relative position compared to the rank holders. The Candidates can follow this formula to calculate the NEET Percentile 

NEET Percentile= 100× Numbers of candidates appeared with raw score / Total Number of candidates appeared  

NEET Result 2021 Validity

So thinking about the validity of the NEET scorecard? Well, according to the announcement made by the Medical Council of India (MCI), the NEET Scorecard is valid for 3 years from the date of declaration of the result. Candidates who wish to study medicine abroad, then this is good news as the NEET Results will be valid for 3 years.

NEET 2021 Merit List and Counseling

The NTA announces two types of merit lists which are explained below.

1. The first type of merit list is for counseling under 15% All India Quota. The names of all the candidates who had opted for this quota will be sent to the Directorate General of Health Services (Medical Examination Cell), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. Only after this, the candidate will be allocated a seat after the online counseling round.

2. The second type of merit list is for the candidates who didn’t opt for the above Quota. NTA will send the AIR to DGHS, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. Further, the admission committees will look into sending applications for counseling to all the selected candidates.

Later, these committees on the basis of the counseling round will release the separate merit list on the basis of which finally medical seats will be allotted.

NEET 2021 Reservation Policy

NTA has designed a reservation policy to benefit the reserved category candidates who have appeared for the NEET Exam 2021. Below is the table showing the reservation policy.

Category Reservation Percentage
OBC (Other Backward Classes) 27%
Scheduled Caste (SC) 15%
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 7.5%
Physically Handicapped (PH) 5%

Thus, candidates can check the result here when it is released.

Must Check: Best Reference Book for NEET

You must look over the NCERT Books of Class 11th and Class 12 under the Best Reference Books for NEET UG 2021. As you must consider the NCERT books as the most important in the preparation of the NEET Exam. 

  • Download Best Reference Books for NEET UG 2021 PDF

We have covered complete details on NEET UG Result 2021. If you have any queries, feel free to ask in the comment section below!

FAQs: NEET UG Result 2021

How can we calculate NEET score?

NEET Score= (Total Number of correct answers × 4) – (Total Number of Incorrect answer × 1)

How many marks are awarded for every correct answer in NEET Exam?

The candidates will be awarded +4 marks for every correct answer in NEET 2021 Exam.

Is there a negative marking for the incorrect answer in NEET exam?

The candidates will be awarded -1 marks for every incorrect answer.

How can we calculate NEET Percentile?

NEET Percentile= 100× Numbers of candidates appeared with raw score / Total Number of candidates appeared.

What is the application fees for NEET Exam?

The application fee for NEET Exam is INR 1500.

What is the mode of payment for the NEET application fee?

The NEET application fee payment can be done through online mode, net banking, debit/ credit card or even UPI through SBI/ syndicate/ ICICI/ HDFC as well as even Paytm service providers.

How can I check the NEET UG result?

You can check the NEET UG result from the above blog.

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