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Unveiling Neet Result 2022: Should “Qualified Students” Drop A Year Or Continue Their Education?

The long-awaited NEET 2022 results for undergraduate exams have been released. The test took place on July 17, 2022. The test was given at 3570 different centers spread throughout 497 cities nationwide, including 14 cities outside of India. Of the 17,64,571 individuals that registered for the exam, 9,93,069 (56.3%) were successful. 

As many as 4,29,160 males out of 7,63,545 who appeared and 5,63,902 females out of 10,01,015 cleared the NEET UG 2022. 

The qualified applicants will be able to take part in the NEET counseling procedure after the results are announced. The NEET 2022 counseling will conduct for 15% of All India Quota (AIQ) seats at central/deemed universities, ESIC/AFMS institutions, AIIMS, and JIPMER (MCC).

Admissions to the remaining 85% of state quota seats from government MBBS/BDS colleges and all private colleges will be handled by state counseling authorities. 

This year the entrance exam saw a 95% attendance rate. Compared to last year, the range of qualifying scores decreased this year.  Below given is the Gender-wise number of candidates registered, appeared and qualified during the last 2 years.

Along with Dubai and Kuwait City, the exam was administered for the first time in Abu Dhabi, Bangkok, Colombo, Doha, Kathmandu, Kuala Lumpur, Lagos, Manama, Muscat, Riyadh, Sharjah, and Singapore. Assamese, Bengali, English, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu were among the 13 languages used to administer the test.

Other Options That Can Be Pursued By Students 

9.9 lakh candidates who successfully applied for the exam were included. But there were just 1.7 lakh seats available for the qualified! The remaining qualified students' (8.2 lakh) commitment, effort, and resolve are on the edge of failing. This indicates that through NEET, just about 1 in 12 candidates will be able to achieve their goal of becoming a doctor. For the majority, it has left them with the difficult choice of whether to wait another year and try again or to look into other possibilities. A few ways are;

  • Obtain admission through the management or NRI quota

  • Pursue an MBBS from a foreign country, such as the US, UK, Germany, China, Poland, or Australia

  • Enrolling in additional science and medical courses

  • Discover your other interesting areas like business, the arts, humanities, or languages

There are a few circumstances in which taking another attempt can be the better option too. But it is advised to enroll in a decent NEET program where you can receive the right advice.


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