NEET 2017: Results announced on June 23
Apratim Chatterjee, 23 Jun 2017, #NEET

After a long delay, the much awaited NEET Result 2017 has finally been declared on June 23. Medical aspirants can now check the result for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2017 in online mode. Candidates can access and check their results of NEET 2017 by providing their roll number and date of birth. NEET 2017 result has been announced by the CBSE in form of score card. The results of NEET 2017 will also mention the subject-wise marks of the NEET appearing candidates. Further, candidates can also check their NEET percentile besides the All India Rank (AIR) and Category Rank (CR) of NEET 2017. NEET score card cum result sheet 2017 will also declare NEET cut off score for counselling under All India Seats. Further, it seems that CBSE will be announcing the final NEET answer key 2017 after a few days, following the last year’s trend.

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Earlier, the CBSE had published the answer key of NEET 2017 on June 15.

 

NEET Result 2017: How to check score card-cum-result sheet

  1. Candidates will have to click on the official link given below

  2. Next they will need to enter their Roll Number

  3. Further, they have to enter their Date of Birth

  4. N0w they will need to click on ‘Submit’ button

  5. The result sheet of NEET 2017 which is also the score card is available to download.

NEET 2017 ResultClick here to check the result of NEET 2017 and download NEET 2017 score card

 

NEET Result 2017: Marking Scheme

NEET 2017 result is to be determined as per a definite marking scheme. Under this NEET marking scheme, each correct answer is to be awarded four marks and one mark is to be deducted from the total scored marks, if wrong. Further, no marks will be awarded in case the question has not been attempted.

 

NEET Result 2017: Qualifying Percentile

 As per official information, qualifying percentile in NEET results for General category candidates in 50 that for PwD and SC/ST categories are 45 and 40 percentiles, respectively.

 

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