Medical students are all pepped up and tensed this morning. If you have a sibling who recently appeared in the NEET 2020, you know why. National Testing Agency (NTA) is expected to announce NEET 2020 results today.
However, there is a student who has a reason to be extra nervous this morning. Soyeb Aftab and his family aren’t the only ones waiting for his NEET results. Rather, hundreds of competing coaching institutions and education reporters throughout the country eagerly wait to see his final scores.
Allen Claims a 100% Score for Soyeb Aftab
Allen Career Institute, Kota has claimed ahead of official NTA announcement that their student Aftab is set to be the NEET 2020 topper. Newsd has cited the institution reportedly claiming that he has scored a flawless 100% with 720 out of 720 marks in NEET 2020.
Though, it would be incorrect to verify/refute their claims yet. But, in case, he does achieve the remarkable feat, Soyeb Aftab will also be the first to do so in the exam’s history. None of the toppers has scored full marks in the NEET UG Entrance Exam yet. The highest score so far has been 701 out of 720 by Nalin Khandelwal in 2019.
NEET Result 2020 Official Date and Timing
As per the latest NEET Entrance Exam updates, NTA has already released its NEET 2020 answer key. It will most likely announce final NEET 2020 results on October 12, 2020. However, we are still waiting for the timings which can come anytime soon.
NTA will declare NEET 2020 Results online. Users will need to log in with their respective credentials at ntaneet.nic.in to check out their results. The NEET 2020 scorecard for individual students will include their overall raw marks, percentile score, All India Quota Rank as well as respective state ranks.
Notably, this year, despite the pandemic, NTA has received more than 15 lakh applications for the exam. To be precise, it has received a massive total of 15,97,433 registrations. Additionally, the difficulty level of the NEET Exam 2020 has also been described as moderate. Thus, experts predict that cut-off marks will also go higher this year.