By Swati Mishra
NTA NEET Result 2020: The result for National Eligibility Test (NEET) 2020 will be released on October 16, 2020. As per the data released by the NTA, over 14.37 lakh students had appeared for the NEET examination. The NEET exam was conducted on September 13, 2020. The students who had appeared for the entrance examinations can check their results via the official website of NTA – nta.ac.in/ntaneet.nic.in.
Students are advised to carry their roll number and registration number to check their scorecard.
The conducting body has already released the NTA NEET 2020 answer key for all the codes of papers. NEET exam is conducted every year for those students who willing to take admission in medical colleges for undergraduates medical and similar programs in the country. The NEET exam having total of 180 multiple choice questions divided into three sections – Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Full detail regarding the NEET exam are mentioned below-
|Name of the examination||National Eligibility Entrance Test|
|Conducting body||National Testing Agency (NTA)|
|Number of questions||180 question (MCQ), each section has 45 questions|
|Mode of exam||Offline mode|
|Duration of examination||3 hour|
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|Method of marking||4 marks for each correct answer while 1 mark is deducted for each wrong answer|
|Purpose||Admission for MBBS/BDS; undergraduate medical programs |
As per the source, the overall exam was moderate level. If we discuss section-wise difficulty level then the Physics section was termed difficult. In comparison to phase-1, both Chemistry and Biology were easier this time.
NTA has not declared the official date for the NEET Result 2020 but it is expected to be announced tomorrow October 16, 2020.
NTA NEET Result 2020: How to check
Once the result is released, students can view their result by following the instruction.
Step 1: visit the official website of NTA – ntaneet.nic.in/nta.ac.in
Step 2: click on the “result link”
Step 3: students will be directed to the login section; login credential by using roll number mention on the NEET 2020 admit card and registration number
Step 4: press the submit button; you are able to view the scorecard on the screen
Step 5: take a print out of the result for further process.
Special treatment to terror victims
This year government has introduced a quota for those students who have to suffer the terror attack. Quota will be provided to family members of those affected by terror attacks in both MBBS and BDS admission. Students who have faced the uncivilized culture due to the terrorist organization and have migrated from Kashmir because of the current situation and unfortunately lost their means of living.
Candidates who qualify for the counselling are those who are under 15 percent of all India quota seats. The NTA will forward the list of qualified students to DG of Health Services, Medical Examination Cell of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. While the NTA will be announcing the rank, the counselling will be done by the Ministry. DGHS will conduct All India Quota (AIQ) NEET 2020 counselling on behalf of the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) for MBBS and BDS courses.
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