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What after NEET 2023?

May 08, 2023 by Admin
What after NEET 2023?

The NEET 2023 Exam was held on May 7 from 2 PM and 5:20 PM. Overall, 20 lakh aspirants have appeared for NEET 2023. In the previous few years, it has been the highest number. NTA will release the Provisional NEET 2023 answer keys in the first week of June, with the final answer key and NEET 2023 results being made available in the fourth week of June. The major concern for the students who took the NEET exam on May 7 will be  "when the NEET 2023 results are announced. Aspirants for the NEET test frequently focus most of their attention on studying. Therefore, most students have no idea what to do after the exam regarding NEET answer keys, results, NEET 2023 counselling, and admission.



Exam Name

National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET)

Conducting Body

National Testing Agency (NTA)

Exam Level

Undergraduate (UG) Exam at National Level

Exam Frequency

Once a year

Candidates appeared for NEET in 2023


Accepting Colleges

1,613 colleges

Total Number of Seats

MBBS - 1,04,333 BDS - 27,868 BAMS - 52,720 BVSc & AH - 603

NEET Helpline Numbers


NEET Official Website


What Courses are offered based on NEET 2023 Rank?

The following medical programmes can be enrolled in through NEET:

  • Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
  • Honours BSc in Nursing
  • Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS)
  • Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine and Surgery, abbreviated BHMS
  • Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery, abbreviated BAMS
  • Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery, abbreviated BUMS
  • Bachelor of Siddha Medicine &Surgery, or BSMS

What to do right now following the end of NEET 2023

After the exam, candidates are permitted to take the NEET 2023 question paper with them since it is an offline exam. Therefore, these applicants must record the answers on their question papers as soon as the test is over. Hence, there is minimal possibility that they will get things wrong because their memory is still fresh shortly after the exam.

Many NEET Coaching centres examined the questions following the NEET exam and provided answer keys for various sets and codes. They will aid you in keeping track of the proportion of right and wrong answers on the test and are often accurate. Candidates should apply the following calculation to get their predicted scores for NEET 2023 once they have finished calculating their right and wrong answers.

NEET 2023 Result

Authority will soon announce the NEET 2023 Result Release Date. However, the results are anticipated to be available in the first week of September. Details about a candidate's marks are included in the NEET result. It also shows the candidate's qualification level. NTA will create the NEET 2023 merit list for 15% of NEET 2023 AIQ counselling based on the NEET results. For the 85% NEET 2023 state quota counselling, NTA also provides the relevant authorities with information on the qualifying applicants from each state.

NEET 2023 Counselling Process

The distribution of seats for the counselling procedure is the next critical concept that prospective NEET 2023 candidates need to comprehend. There are three different sorts of counselling: AYUSH, State, and Central.

Central/All India Quota Counselling

All Central and Deemed Universities, including AIIMS, AMU, and Banaras Hindu University (BHU), are a part of the Central or All India Quota (AIQ) Counselling procedure.

AIQ counselling would fill 15% of all government medical and dental institutions' seats. Candidates from around the nation are eligible to take part in this counselling procedure. For example, an applicant from North India can enrol in a college in Karnataka Medical Colleges through AIQ counselling without showing a residence or domicile certificate.

The MCC administers AIQ counselling. Candidates who pass the test can participate in MCC's AIQ counselling.  Jammu & Kashmir is the exception to AIQ counselling since it has chosen to forego it. Thus, only state quota counselling would be used for college admissions in Jammu & Kashmir.

State Quota Counselling

The respective government authority will administrate state quota counselling for 85% of seats. All the admission seats of the Private Medical & Dental Colleges situated in a particular state will also be under this State Quota counselling process. However, the state quota seats are kept only for applicants domiciled in that particular state. Candidates from any other state cannot participate in this counselling process.