[FYI] The NEET-2020 Tie-Breaking Policy ( Same Scores Different Ranks )
The post is shared to make you aware of the rules and regulations formed by the National Testing Agency to combat a situation of a tie in scores
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The NEET-2020 Tie-Breaking Policy
Same Scores Different Ranks
Verification: The rules and regulations formed by the National Testing Agency to combat a situation of a tie in scores.
Firstly team Check4Spam congratulate Soyab Aftab ( Son of Sheikh Mohammed Abbas and Sultana Rizia) and Akansha Singh ( Daughter of IAF veteran Sergeant Rajendra Pratap Rao (Retd) ) on making history by securing 720/720 in #NEET2020result.
Soyeb Aftab and Akansha Singh in spite of having tie in scores are ranked different. Soyeb Aftab ranks first while Akansha Singh ranked second. Social media is full of posts that asks the reason for the same. Please check the links shared below to know how the students are ranked if there is a tie in scores:
What is NEET?
NEET is National Eligibility cum Entrance Test. NEET is an All India level common entrance exam conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for admissions to MBBS and BDS courses at the Undergraduate level at various government and private medical colleges in the country. In the spirit of one-country one-exam, the Government of India introduced NEET in order to replace several different medical examinations across the country including AIPMT (All India Pre-Medical Test). Minimum educational qualification required to apply for NEET is that the candidate should have cleared their Class 12 or equivalent with Science stream- Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and Mathematics as main subjects with a minimum score of 50 percent. NEET is the only medical UG entrance examination which is held in an offline mode i.e. with the use of Pen and Paper. National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) is conducted for the students who wish to study any Graduate Medical Course (MBBS), Dental Course (BDS) & other paramedical courses like BAMS, BHMS, Veterinary et. or postgraduate course MD/MS programme. Various government and private colleges across the country also accept admission through NEET scores.
The NEET-2020 tie-breaking policy has been designed to shortlist and rank applicants based on their performance and basic eligibility.
As per the rules and regulations, there are four different policies which will be enforced during a tie-breaking situation.
How is the ranking done when various students get the same scores?
Check out the NEET policy that explains the criteria:
NEET 2020 Tie-Breaker Policy: Read more
The rules and regulations formed by the National Testing Agency to combat a situation of a tie in scores.
Here are the four factors that will come into action during such a situation:
Candidates who have obtained a higher score in Biology in NEET 2020, will be considered first, over the other candidate/s.
Candidates with a Higher Score in Chemistry will be ranked higher than others.
Candidates with the least number of incorrect answers in all subjects including Biology, Chemistry and Physics, they will be chosen over the other candidate/s.
Candidates who are older in age will be given preference over the younger ones.
Post Date: 19 Oct 2020
Post ID: #77820