According to NTA (National Testing Agency), NEET result 2019 is going to announce on 5th June 2019. For students who pursue MBBS in India should remain updated about the NEET Result. The result will be announced in online mode on the official website of NTA which is www.ntaneet.nic.in. NTA permits students to download the NEET result 2019 Score Card till 4th August 2019. The official website of NEET, governing by NTA provides the link to check NEET results. After clicking on the given link, students have to submit the required credentials like their Application Number, Date of Birth, and Security Code to check NEET Score Card 2019. After then, the Scorecard appears comprising of Candidate’s Name, Roll Number, Subject-wise marks and Total marks, All India Score, Percentile Score, Category wise Rank, & Category wise Cutoff for Qualifying.
Along with the NEET result, NTA announces the list of 50 Toppers of NEET 2019. Using NEET result, NTA also releases the category wise merit lists for counseling. The merit lists contain the Roll Number, Merit Rank, and Percentile. All NEET qualified students will be entitled to apply for either Central Counseling, conducted by MCC for admission to All India Quota Seats as well as Central & Deemed universities seats or State Counseling, conducted by respective DGME/ DMER of the state for admission to all private colleges seats and the rest of government colleges seats.

NEET result 2019 at a glance –

NEET Result Date 5th June 2019
Official Website ntaneet.nic.in
Governing Body NTA
Credentials to check result Application Number, DOB, Security Pin
Last Date to Download Score Card 4th August 2019
Number of NEET registered candidate in 2019 15.19 lakhs
Validity of Result For Academic Session 2019-20
Counseling Procedure started on Second Week of June
NEET Cutoff Percentile UR = 50th Percentile

UR-PH = 45th Percentile

SC/ST/OBC/OBC-PH/SC-PH/ST-PH = 40th Percentile

How NEET results are calculated in case of same marks obtained?

Every year, lakhs of students are qualifying in NEET Entrance exam and get their place in All India Rank. There have the chances of getting the same marks by two or more students. In these conditions, the All India NEET rank decided by following these factors-
Biology marks– Candidates getting higher marks in Biology will be considered for higher rank as compared to one who has got lesser marks in the Biology section.
Chemistry marks– In case of securing equal marks, chemistry marks of the candidates will be considered. NEET compares the chemistry marks obtained by the candidate and gives priority to one who has secured higher marks.
Wrong Answers– The candidate with lesser marks of wrong answers will get the priority over those who have secured more marks by filling wrong answers.
Age– If still, it is not helpful in broking the equivalency, candidates with senior in age will be considered for higher rank.

NEET Percentile Score 2019
If NEET aspirants wish for qualifying in the Entrance Examination, they must secure the minimum percentile. The percentile score is resolved based on securing higher marks in NEET.

NEET Percentile Score= 100* No. of candidates appeared with a raw score equal to or less than the candidate/Total No. of Candidate Appears

Aspirants may check their percentile score by the formula mentioned above.