Know NEET 2019 Toppers: The much anticipated NEET 2019 results have been declared, thereby bringing the curtains down on one of the biggest exams in the country. A total of 14,10,754 candidates had appeared in the exam this year, out of which 797042 candidates have qualified. On the result day, however, it is Nalin Khandelwal from Rajasthan who has emerged as the biggest winner, by bagging the coveted AIR 1. He scored 701 marks out of a possible 720.
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In this article, Know NEET 2019 Toppers, Careers360 brings you not just the list of toppers, but also a brief snapshot like their background, the place from where they come from, and importantly their exploits in NEET 2019 - including AIR and category rank, scores, and preparation tips.
So, lets us get familiar with NEET 2019 toppers.
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NEET 2019 Toppers Profile:
Rank - AIR 1
Name - Nalin Khandelwal
From - Sikar, Rajasthan
Percentile Score - 99.9999291
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Rank - AIR 2
Name - Bhavik Bansal
From - Delhi
School: Vivekananda School
Percentile Score - 99.9997873
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Rank - AIR 3
Name - Akshat Kaushik
Score- 700 marks
From - Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
Rank - AIR 4
Name - Swastik Bhatia
From - Haryana
School: Modern Vidya Niketan
Percentile Score - 99.9997165
Dream College: Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi
Rank - AIR 5
Name - Anant Jain
From - Meerut, Uttar Pradesh
Percentile Score - 99.9993620
Dream college: Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi
Rank - AIR 6
Name - Bhat Sarthak Raghavendra
From - Maharashtra
Rank - AIR 7
Name - Madhuri Reddy G
From - Telangana
Rank - AIR 8
Name - Dhruv Kushwaha
From - Uttar Pradesh
Rank - AIR 9
Name - Mihir Rai
Rank - AIR 10
Name - Raghav Dubey
From - Madhya Pradesh
Percentile Score - 99.9992203
Rank - AIR 11
Name - Hemant Khandelia
From - West Bengal
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As the competition in NEET is very high and also the numbers of applicants is increasing every year.so it's really very important to prepare correctly.
For NEET it will be good if you study all your NCERT thoroughly and as NCERT have a very simple and a good source to clear all the basic concepts in chemistry and physics. Study and practice numericals in physics and chemistry as much as you can,also buy mock test papers for practice.
As you will understand what are your weakness and how can you fix that.
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There will be 45 questions with 4 mark each,so there is total of 180 marks from physics. There is a negative marking of 1.
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