The National Testing Agency (NTA) will announce the NEET 2022 Result soon. Students who appeared in the NEET 2022 examination can check their results on the official website ntaneet.nic.in
Before calculating the rank, students must know about the minimum percentile to qualify for the NEET exam. For the general category, the student must require a minimum of 50 percentile marks whereas the reserved category requires at least 40 percentiles to be eligible for the NEET 2022 counseling. The candidates must be clear about how to calculate the percentile from the marks they obtained in the NEET 2022 exam. Here we will help you in calculate the NEET Result 2022.
This article will help the students to calculate their percentile before the release of theNEET 2022 Results.
How to Calculate NEET 2022 Rank?
If a student wants to calculate the NEET 2022 Rank before the exam results then they need to analyze the previous year’s NEET score and the rank on that score. But that was only a guess or a prediction for the NEET 2022 results. The final result will be announced by the NTA.
Tie Braking Policy of NEET 2022
If two or more candidates obtain equal marks/percentile in the NEET UG 2022, the entire merit list shall be determined as follow:
Candidates score higher marks/percentile in Biology
Candidates score higher marks/percentile in Chemistry
Candidates score higher marks/percentile in Physics
Candidates with less proportion of the number attempted incorrect and correct answers in all the subjects.
Candidates with less proportion of the number attempted incorrect and correct answers in Biology.
Candidates with less proportion of the number attempted incorrect and correct answers in Physics.
Candidates older in age
Application number in ascending order.
How to calculate NEET 2022 score?
NEET aspirants can calculate their NEET 2022 score with the help of the NEET 2022 answer key shared by NTA. Students can match the answers with the NEET 2022 Answer Key. Each correct answer will be awarded 4 marks and 1 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer.
Total NEET Marks = 180 MCQs * 4 = 720 Marks
NEET Score = (Total Number of Correct Answers * 4) – (Total Number of incorrect answers * 1)