Allen career institute has tweeted that Soyeb Aftab is scoring a perfect 720 marks in NEET 2020 as per the OMR released by NTA. NTA had uploaded the NEET 2020 answer keys on September 26, 2020, and the OMR sheets on October 5, 2020.
NEET 2020 result will be out soon. However, before the result is out, using the scanned NEET OMR sheet that has the candidates’ recorded answer from the exam and the answer keys that hs the correct answers to the questions asked in the exam, aspirants were able to calculate their scores. As per it, Soyeb Aftab is scoring 720/720 marks in the exam.
No other candidate has scored 720 / 720 in NEET until today. If the result of NEET 2020 also declares the marks of Soyeb Aftab as 720 / 720 then history will be made, and he will become the first candidate to achieve this feat in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (Undergraduate).
Until today the highest scorer in NEET exam is Nalin Khandelwal with 701 marks out of 720 marks. He was the previous year topper. In 2018, the topper was Kalpana Kumari who got 691 marks out of 720.
NEET 2020 result date has yet not been confirmed by NTA. However, MHRD, Ramesh Pokhriyal has said that the result will be declared ear;y this year to avoid the further delay in the session.
NTA will declare the result online only, under the respective logins of the candidates at ntaneet.nic.in. It will be available as scorecard. It will bear the All India Quota Rank and the overall raw marks with percentile score.
The scorecard of NEET will be used to fill 15% All India Quota seats and 85% seats under state quotas.
As per the experts, the cutoff this year for 15% AIQ seats will be high. The percentile cutoff marks needed are 50th percentile for UR candidate, 45th percentile for OBC candidates, and 40th percentile for SC and ST candidates. To fall in this percentile, candidates need to score particular marks in the exam. These marks vary each year.
This year the registration received is 15,97,433. The cutoff marks will be higher this year as per the experts. They have predicted that since this year, the number of applied candidates was more than 15 lakh, which is highest so far, and the paper was also moderate in the level difficulty, hence, there is a high possibility that cut off might increase.
Last year 15,19,375 candidates registered for the exam and 14,10,755 appeared and the cut off was 134 for UR candidates, 120 for UR-Ph candidates, and 107 for ST, SC, OBC, ST-PH, SC-PH, and OBC-PH.