NEET UG Result 2022 announced: Check merit, cutoff, score, and percentile





National Testing Agency (NTA) released the NEET UG( National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Undergraduate) 2022 on September 7, Wednesday. The exam was conducted on July 17, 2022, for 1, 872, 341 candidates in 497 different cities in India and 14 cities abroad.


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Applicants were desperately waiting for their results for a long time. Since the results are now declared, NTA will soon release a merit list. The merit list will be used as data to invite applications for online counselling. Given below is a summary of things including cutoff, results, merit list, marking scheme and everything.


2022: Summary


































Specifics

Details

Exam Name

National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET)

Conducting Body

(NTA)

Exam Level

Undergraduate (UG) Exam at National Level

Exam Frequency

Yearly

Total Registrations

18,72,341

Exam Mode

Offline or Paper Pencil Based Test (PBT)

Courses Offered Through NEET UG

MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BVSC & AH

Exam Fees

Rs 1,600 (General)

Rs 1,500 (OBC)

Rs 900 (Reserved category candidates)

Rs 8,500 (Foreign nationals)

Exam Duration

200 minutes

Number of Subjects and Total Marks

Physics (180 marks)

Chemistry (180 marks)

Biology (360 marks)

Total Marks – 720

Total Questions

200 (180 to be attempted)

Marking Scheme

+4 for each correct answer

-1 for each incorrect answer

Number of Exam Cities

543 (India)

14 (Abroad)

Language/Medium of Paper

13 Languages – English, Hindi, Bengali, Urdu, Assamese, Gujarati, Marathi, Odiya, Kannada, Tamil, Malayalam, Punjabi and Telugu

Accepting Colleges


1,613 colleges


Total Number of Seats


MBBS – 92,627


BDS – 27,698


BAMS – 52,720


BVSc & AH – 630


NEET Official Website

“www.neet.nta.nic.in”




Result 2022: Merit list 2022


Before checking out the merit list, one should know how the merit list is created. Check down the points given below.


– The students are placed on the merit list, based on their marks in the Result 2022.


– Every student who passes the exam will get his or her rank in the NEET UG Merit List 2022.


– Your rank in the NEET Rank List 2022 will help you get admission to MBBS, BDS or Ayush courses.


– The Merit List will be released one or two days after the result is announced.


NEET UG Result 2022: Eligibility of NEET merit list 2022


Getting on the merit list is in itself an achievement. So, here are the eligibility criteria for the NEET UG merit list 2022.


– The candidate must be 17 years old by December 31, 2022. However, there is no upper age limit for NEET 2022 as per an interim order of the Supreme court of India.


– Candidates must have studied Physics, Biology/Biotechnology and Chemistry as their subjects in Class XII


– General candidates will have to get 50 percent marks in class 12 and NEET


– OBC/SC/ST candidates will have to get 40 percent marks in class 12 and NEET


– General candidates in the Physical Handicapped Category need 45 percent marks in the 12th and NEET exam


– Candidates appearing for class 12 may appear for NEET and will be admitted on a provisional basis


– Candidates can appear for NEET as much as they want, there is no limit on the number of attempts


– Candidates of distance learning or private students who have biology as an additional subject are also eligible for the NEET merit list 2022.


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NEET UG Result 2022: Cutoff and Percentile














Category

Qualifying criteria

Marks range

Number of candidates

UR/EWS

50th Percentile

715-117

881402

OBC

40th Percentile

116-93

74458

SC

40th Percentile

116-93

26087

ST

40th Percentile

116-93

10565

UR / EWS & PH

45th Percentile

116-105

328

OBC & PH

40th Percentile

104-93

160

SC & PH

40th Percentile

104-93

56

ST & PH

40th Percentile

104-93

13




NEET UG Result 2022: Cutoff pattern of the last three years










Category

2022

2021

2020

2019

Unreserved

715-117

720-138

720-147

701-134

Unreserved PWD

116-105

137-108

146-129

133-120

Reserved

116-93

137-122

128-113

133-107

Reserved PWD

104-93

121-108

128-113

133-107











Candidate’s Name

Gender

Category

Marks Obt.

Percentile Score

AIR

TANISHKA

Female

OBC- NCL

715

99.99977

1

VATSA ASHISH BATRA

Male

General

715

99.99977

2

HRISHIKESH NAGBHUSHAN GANGULE

Male

General

715

99.99977

3

RUCHA PAWASHE

Female

OBC-NCL

715

99.99977

4

ERRABELLY SIDHARTH RAO

Male

General

711

99.99972

5




NEET UG Result 2022: Download the NEET Result 2022


Given below is a step-by-step guide to know your NEET Result 2022 and download your NEET scorecard


– Visit the NTA’s official website “neet.nta.nic.in”


– Click or tap ‘NEET 2022 Result’ under the latest announcement.


– Enter your credential including your NEET application number and date of birth in the next window.


– Click and access the NEET UG 2022 result or NEET 2022 result.


– Download NEET UG 2022 scorecard, save it and take a printout for future reference.


(Written by Zuhair Zaidi)

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