NEET 2020 results are out today, take a look on the new Tie-Breaking policy

The NEET results have been declared for both the first and second phases of the exam, today on 16th October.

The NEET results have been declared for both the first and second phases of the exam, today on 16th October. Students can check and download their NEET scorecard by visiting the official website ntaneet.nic.in.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions and flood in some regions, some students were unable to appear in the exam so the government had decided to conduct the examination in two phases. The first phase examinations were held in the last month while the second phase examinations were organized on 12th and 14th October.

The NEET examination is the entry gate to many precious medical institutions of India, the NEET paper had 180 Multiple Choice questions with 4 marks for each correct answer, thus there were 720 total marks. The negative marking is applicable in the NEET exam and 1 mark deducts for each wrong answer.

With lakhs of students appearing in the exam, it is possible to have the same marks for two or more candidates, for this, the NEET has a policy for this Tie-Breaking according to which the admission will be provided in such cases.

1) Candidates who have obtained a higher score in Biology in NEET 2020, will be considered first, over the other candidates

2) Candidates with a Higher Score in Chemistry will be ranked higher than others.

3) Candidates with the least number of incorrect answers in all subjects including Biology, Chemistry, and Physics, will be chosen over the other candidates