The Central Board of Secondary Education, is also known, CBSE NEET, is announced its NEET Result 2018 on its official website,

Previously, Anil Swarup, the Human Resource Development Secretary, has writes on his official page of the twitter account that the result was all set to declared at 2 pm, though, the result published before the deadline.

This year, 6,34,897 students passed the NEET exam and scored over 50 percent.

All aspirants who have qualified for NEET 2018 is now all need to register for the online counselling.

Based on the score obtained in thee CBSE National Level Medical Entrance Exam known as the NEET 2018 exam, the CBSE will prepare a merit list of the eligible and successful students also who have opted for 15% All India quota seats.

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This will be based on the score obtained in the NEET 2018.

The list of the all successful students will be also forwarded to the DGHS (Medical Examination Cell), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, for the purpose of the portion of seats by online counselling under and as per the 15 percent All-India quota.

Steps to check CBSE NEET UG 2018 scores:

– Visit CBSE Board’s official website –

– Click on the link which says, CBSE NEET Result 2018

– Enter your roll number and other relevant details

– Click on submit to download your results. Download the CBSE NEET 2018 result and take a print out of the same for future references.

Cut-off expectations in 2018

As per the experts, the cut-off is likely to drop bearing in mind the difficulty level of the NEET paper. The qualifying percentage for the unreserved category was around 50 percent and the qualifying score according to the education and the qualification percentile (out of 720) was 131.

The all aspirants, also said that the Physics paper was lengthier in this 2018, compares to the 2017’s paper.

For OBC/ SC/ ST group, this was 107 percentile and the qualifying percentage was around 40 percent.

Also, for the physically challenged, it was 118, said The Indian Express.

The CBSE NEET 2018 exam was held and conducted on 6 May where more than 13 lakh candidates appearing for the exam.

CBSE on 25 May had issued the answer key for NEET 2018 whereas 27 May was set as the deadline for the aspirants to raise any objection on the answer key, OMR sheet, and test booklet code, as per the report of News18.

Here’s how to check results

CBSE NEET results 2018: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has already announced the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) Results 2018 on its official media portal and

All students can also check their scores at

Top 5 Toppers (Name, Marks, Percentile Score, State in that order):

5). Prince Choudhary, 686, 99.999606, Rajasthan

4).    Aarosh Dhamija, 686, 99.999606, Delhi

3).    Himanshu Sharma, 690, 99.999764, Delhi

2).    Rohan Purohit, 690, 99.999764, Telangana

1).    Kalpana Kumari, 691, 99.999921, Bihar

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