NTA has announced the names of all India toppers, marks scored by them and category-wise cut-off marks along with NEET results.
The Medical entrance exam was held on May 7, 2023, except in Manipur. For 8,753 candidates of Manipur, the exam on June 6 in 11 cities, including the state capital Imphal.
Provisional answer keys for both May 7 and June 6 NEET exams have been released along with candidates recorded responses and OMR copies. The final answer key will be published along with or after results.
In a much-anticipated announcement, the results for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Undergraduate (NEET UG) 2023 have been officially declared. NEET UG is a highly competitive examination that serves as the gateway for aspiring medical and dental students in India to secure admission to undergraduate programs in prestigious institutions across the country.
This year, more than 20 lakh applicants have applied for the NEET UG 2023 examination, demonstrating the continued interest and passion for medical studies. Notably, there has been an encouraging increase in the percentage of female candidates compared to male candidates, highlighting the growing presence of women in the medical field.
To ensure easy access to the NEET UG 2023 results, candidates have two options: the official websites and DigiLocker. Both avenues provide convenient ways to obtain the scorecards and result details.
To check your NEET UG 2023 results through the official websites, follow these steps:
1)Open your web browser and visit any of the following official websites: neet.nta.nic.in, neetresults.nic.in, or nta.ac.in.
2)Look for the link or tab labeled “NEET UG 2023 Results” on the homepage and click on it.
3)You will be redirected to a new page designed for result checking.
4)Enter your NEET UG 2023 roll number and other required credentials as specified.
5)Double-check the information for accuracy and click on the “Submit” or “Get Results” button.
6)Your NEET UG 2023 result will be displayed on the screen, showcasing your scores and rank.
7)Carefully review the result and verify all the details mentioned.
8)If desired, you can take a printout of the result for future reference.
Additionally, the NTA may also send individual scorecards to the candidates’ registered email addresses. So, make sure to check your email inbox or spam folder as well.