NEET Result 2017 - CBSE has declared the result of NEET 2017 on June 23 in online mode. Navdeep Singh from Punjab has bagged AIR 1, securing 697 marks our of 720 in the CBSE administered NEET 2017. To check NEET 2017 result, candidates have to enter their roll number and date of birth on the official CBSE result page linked below. NEET result 2017 is available in the form of a score card consisting of the candidate’s name, Date of Birth, total percentile score, All India Rank, marks secured in each subject, total marks secured, cut off for 15% All India Quota seats along with NEET qualified or non-qualified standard. CBSE has also released the cut off in online mode along with the declaration of the NEET result 2017. The cut off of NEET 2017 is the lowest possible score required by a candidate in the result to qualify for medical college admissions, and has been derived on the basis of the NEET 2017 result. Candidates can check the same below.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2017 on May 7. The All India level medical entrance exam was conducted for UG admissions to around 90,000 seats (65,000 MBBS & 25,000 BDS) in all Government Medical Colleges, Private Medical Colleges and Deemed Universities in India. More than 11 lakh students registered for NEET 2017, which was conducted in 10 languages at 1921 Exam Centres in 104 cities. Candidates can check below for the detailed procedure to know their NEET result 2017.
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NEET 2017 Topper
All India Rank
Dogra Abhishek Veerendra
Aryan Raj Singh
Important Dates related to NEET 2017 result
NEET 2017 Exam
May 7, 2017
Display of OMR Sheets and Responses of the questions
June 13, 2017
NEET 2017 Answer Keys (official)
June 15, 2017
NEET Result (Declared)
June 23, 2017
NEET 2017 Counselling
How to check NEET Result 2017
Candidates can check below for the procedure to check result of NEET 2017:
To check NEET result 2017, candidates have to click on the above mentioned link.
After clicking on the link, candidates have to provide their NEET 2017 roll number and date of birth.
After furnishing all the details, candidates will be directed to their NEET 2017 score card.
Candidates are advised to check all particulars mentioned in NEET 2017 result and take a print out of it.
The result of NEET 2017 will be vaild for the current year only, i.e. academic session (2017-18).
What will NEET 2017 Result consist of?
The result of NEET 2017 comprises the following details:
Date of Birth
Candidate’s roll number
Total marks secured
Marks obtained in Physics
Marks obtained in Chemistry
Marks obtained in Biology
Total percentile secured
NEET All India Rank
NEET Category rank
Qualifying status as- qualified or non –qualified
NEET all India Quota rank (for 15% all India quota seats)
Cut off score for counselling under 15% All India Quota
A sample copy of NEET Result 2017 is given below:
Highlights of NEET 2017 result
The NEET result 2017 allows candidates to check their total percentile score, All India Rank, marks secured in each subject, total marks secured and also the Cut off for 15% All India Quota seats along with NEET qualified or non-qualified status.
To check the result of NEET 2017, candidates are required to enter their NEET 2017 Roll Number and Password on the official link given above.
Ranks of candidates in the all India medical entrance has been decided based on the marks they obtain in the NEET 2017 result as reflected in their NEET Score Card.
The NEET result 2017 has been declared along with the NEET 2017 Cut Off only in online mode by the CBSE on June 23, delayed from June 8 as was previously scheduled.
Candidates will not be sent their NEET result or Score Card 2017 by post or any other offline means.
The NEET 2017 Cut Off, which has been formulated on the basis of the NEET 2017 result, enables candidates to know whether they have qualified for admissions from among the 11 lakh candidates who appeared for the exam for the 90,000 available MBBS/BDS seats in medical colleges across the country.
The NEET result is applicable for admissions to all medical colleges of India except for AIIMS and JIPMER which will conduct their own medical entrance examinations.
How to calculate NEET Score and Rank?
Candidates wishing to calculate their NEET 2017 Score and Rank before the NEET 2017 result is announced could do so with the help of the NEET 2017 Answer Key. The official NEET Answer Key 2017, released on June 15, will help candidates know the right and wrong answers as marked by them in NEET 2017. Being familiar with the marking scheme of NEET 2017 will also help candidates to calculate their NEET Rank and Score by tallying their answers with those given in the Answer Key. The marking scheme followed by CBSE for NEET 2017 is as given in the below table.
NEET 2017 Marking Scheme
Marks per answer type
If not attempted
If more than one option marked
There were a total of 180 questions asked in NEET 2017, thereby making the maximum marks as 720. The marking scheme can be applied to the below given formula by candidates to estimate what their possible score in the NEET 2017 could be.
Formula to calculate the NEET Score
NEET score = (Total number of correct answers x 4) – (Total number of incorrect answers x -1)
NEET 2017 Qualifying Percentile
It must be noted that to qualify through the result of NEET 2017, a candidate belonging to general category will have to secure a minimum of 50 percentile marks in NEET result 2017. Candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC)/Scheduled Tribe (ST)/Other Backward Classes (OBC) will have to acquire a minimum of 40 percentile in the exam. With respect to candidates belonging to Physically Handicapped (PH) categories, the minimum score to obtain will be 45 percentile in NEET. The percentile score will be determined on the basis of higher marks secured in all India common merit list. NEET 2017 will serve as the only entrance test in India for admissions to undergraduate medical and dental programmes in the country, apart from AIIMS MBBS and JIPMER MBBS, according to a Supreme Court verdict on NEET in 2016.
NEET Qualifying Percentile
Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribes/ Other backward classes
Note: NEET 2017 percentile will be determined on the basis of higher marks secured in All India Common merit list.
Steps to break tie in NEET Result 2017
If two or more candidates will score equal marks in NEET 2017 result, the tie breaker rule for admissions under NEET 2017 which will be followed is as given below.
The candidate who obtains a higher mark in Biology as per the result of NEET 2017 will be given a better rank.
If Biology marks are equal, candidates securing higher marks in Chemistry as per the NEET result 2017 will be given a higher rank in NEET 2017.
If both Biology and Chemistry marks as per NEET result are equal, then the candidate who has attempted less number of wrong questions in all subjects of NEET 2017 will be given better rank.
If all of the above criteria are unable to prove effective in breaking tie in NEET 2017 result, then the candidate older in age will be given preference for NEET admissions.
CBSE has declared the NEET 2017 Cut off along with the NEET 2017 result result on June 23. Candidates can check the table below for the 2017 NEET Cut off under 15% All India Quota seats:
NEET 2017 Cut off under 15% All India Quota seats
No of candidates
Unreserved & PH
OBC & PH
SC & PH
ST & PH
NEET 2016 Cut off under 15% All India Quota seats
No of candidates
685 - 468
466 - 303
Unreserved & PH
OBC & PH
SC & PH
ST & PH
213 - 118
NEET 2016 Overall Cut Off Category wise
No of candidates
685 - 145
678 - 118
595 - 118
599 - 118
Unreserved & PH
474 - 131
OBC & PH
510 - 118
SC & PH
415 - 118
ST & PH
339 - 118
After the declaration of NEET 2017 result, the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will conduct NEET 2017 counselling in the month of July, 2017, tentatively, for admissions to 15% all India Quota seats in government medical and dental colleges across India. Further, the counselling in government, private and deemed medical universities will be conducted by the Directorate of Medical education of each state for their respective states.
After NEET Counselling 2017, the MCC will declare seat allotment result after both rounds of counselling under 15% All India Quota seats. Further, candidates have to report at allotted medical and dental colleges before the last date. This must also be noted that all the MBBS and BDS seats which will be left vacant after 15% all India Quota counselling will be surrendered to the respective states to be filed through state counselling.
How to calculate NEET 2017 Rank
The marks obtained by candidates out of 720 as reflected in the NEET 2017 result will determine their rank in the final merit list of NEET. It is common knowledge that the higher the score, the higher will be the rank. Candidates who have calculated their NEET 2017 Score as per the formula given above can also use the same to estimate their rank before the NEET result 2017 is declared. Candidates can refer to the below given table which contains the marks and related rank bracket for NEET 2016, and use the same to estimate the position they can expect to achieve through the result of NEET 2017. Knowing the estimated rank range will also help candidates to get an idea about the colleges they can apply to for MBBS/BDS admission on the basis of their NEET result. Check the Ranks vs Marks for NEET 2016 in the table below.
NEET result 2017: Ranks vs Mark (as per NEET 2016 data)
What after NEET Result 2017?
After checking result of NEET 2017, candidates will get to know whether they have qualified NEET 2017 or not. Further, candidates will also come to know that they have qualified for 15% All India Quota seats or not. If the answer is yes, then the candidates will have to register themselves with NEET 2017 counselling for All India Quota seats available in Government medical and dental colleges/institutes. The counselling of NEET 2017 will be done in online mode, beginning in the month of June, 2017. This must be noted that counselling of NEET 2017 will be conducted by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) and Director General of Health Services (DGHS). This must be noted that candidates who will qualify NEET 2017 but not under 15% All India Quota, then those candidates will have to apply for admissions in colleges located in their respective states and Union Territories, Further, such candidates can also apply for admissions in central, private and deemed medical and dental universities.
NEET Cut Off for Top 10 Medical Colleges
Candidates can check in the below table the NEET Cut Off for the General Category as determined by the top 10 Medical Colleges in India as per trends from previous years.
Top 10 Medical Colleges Cut Off
Name of College
2016 Closing Cut Off Rank
2015 Closing Cut Off Rank
After the medical aspirants have checked the NEET result 2017, they will have the option of using Careers360's innovative College Predictor tool which will help them in knowing which medical or dental colleges they are most likely to secure admissions to based on the score they have obtained in the result of NEET 2017. The NEET 2017 College Predictor functions as a data driven tool which will check medical admission data from preceding years including previous years' allotment results, that is the rank at which a particular college and programme were allotted to candidates, and estimate the candidate's chances of securing admissions based on their obtained rank in NEET 2017.
NEET College Predictor will be tremendously useful for candidates to select their college options at the time of NEET Counselling 2017 as they will be aware beforehand of the colleges in which they stand a chance of getting admissions to. The College Predictor Tool for NEET will help candidates get complete clarity about the options available to them following the declaration of NEET result 2017, by providing them with complete guidance on not only counselling, but also predicting the chances they have of getting in their desired colleges through the Chance Meter and giving them detailed information on whether NEET 2017 Cut Offs have gone higher or lower along with other important details and updates on choice locking and seat selection based on the NEET 2017 result.
To access the NEET College Predictor tool, candidates must have details about their score and rank as per the result of NEET. They may then visit the official link of the NEET/AIPMT College Predictor given below, login with their Facebook or Google Account credentials, enter the required data from the result of NEET 2017 such as NEET 2017 Rank, Roll Number, Category, Quota and Programme Preference.
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The Cut Off Scores obtained by candidates as per their NEET 2017 result will determine whether they find their name in the NEET 2017 Merit List and in what position. The Merit List for NEET will be declared by the CBSE for the 15% All India Quota seats. The State Governments will issue seperate NEET Merit Lists for the 85% State Quota seats. Only those candidates who qualify for admissions under either of these quotas and through the score they obtain in the result of NEET 2017 will be allowed the participate in the NEET Counselling process and accorded seats as per their rank and preference. The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) will conduct the Counselling for NEET 2017 while the State Governments or designated authorities of the State Governments will do so likewise once the CBSE forwards to them the NEET Merit List 2017 now that the NEET 2017 result has been declared on June 23. For the All India Quota seats, the NEET Merit List will be equivalent to the number of MBBS and BDS seats available for allotment as per the 15% Quota. The Merit List of candidates in NEET 2017 will also reflect their overall All India Rank and Category Rank as derived from the result of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2017.
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NEET 2017 Statistics of Test Takers
The data released by the CBSE in the aftermath of NEET 2017 held on May 7 reveals the number of exam centres and the number of registered test takers per centre. It must be noted that while 11,38,890 candidates registered for the exam, the CBSE declared that the total appearing for the exam was in reality 95% of this number, indicating that the final number of test takers was closer to around 10,78,000. The result of NEET will therefore reflect the scores obtained only by these candidates who appeared and the final ranking list will also be based on this number. As given in the below table, the highest number of test takers were registered in Jaipur, while Bangalore was allotted the maximum number of centres. At the other end of the scale, Kavaratti in Lakshadweep had two centres with only 175 candidates registering for NEET 2017. Candidates can refer to the table to know how many test takers registered in each city along with the number of centres each city was allotted.
NEET Examinee Data
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