NEET Toppers 2023: The NEET 2023 topper list has been officially announced by the National Testing Agency (NTA) and is now available for students at the official website – neet.nta.nic.in. The list includes the names of the toppers, their All India Rank (AIR), scores, and additional details. Keep reading this post to watch out for the preparation strategy of NEET toppers 2023 and how it helped in achieving their goal.
NEET 2023 Toppers: List of Top 25 Students in NEET
|S.N||NAME||TotalMarks||NEET 2023 AIR|
|3||Surya Siddharth Nagarajan||715||6|
|4||Swayam Shakti Tripathy||715||8|
|17||Neel Niteshbhai Lathiya||710||30|
|22||Surya Pratap Mishra||710||35|
Watch out for the success story of Kaustav Bauri – AIR 3
Watch out for the Preparation Strategy of Dhruv – AIR 5
Watch out for the Preparation Journey of Surya Siddharth – AIR 6
NEET 2023 Results: How to Download Your Scorecard?
You can check your NEET-UG Result 2023 by following the few steps mentioned below:
- Visit the official website of NTA http://ntaneet.nic.in/
- Then enter your application no. along with D.O.B. and password, then hit the submit button.
- You will be redirected to another window where NEET 2023 results will be displayed.
- You can download your result card. You need to take the printout for further NEET counseling and admissions.
What Now After NEET Results?
Since the NEET UG 2023 result has been declared now, the NEET Counselling process for MBBS admissions will begin. The complete schedule for the same will be released anytime soon. Only those candidates who meet the minimum qualifying percentile for NEET Cutoff 2023 will be eligible for admission.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who has topped NEET 2023?
Tamil Nadu's Prabanjan J and Andhra Pradesh's Bora Varun Chakravarthi have topped the NEET-UG this year scoring 99.99 percentile scores
What is the secret of NEET toppers?
Practice as many problems as you can before the exam. It is only through practice that you can get a fair idea about the way the questions are asked in the exams and help you manage your time efficiently during the exam. You are advised to solve previous years papers before sitting for the actual examination.
How many hours do NEET toppers study in a day?
Allocate dedicated time for NEET separately. Divide equally time for all 4 subjects – Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology. However, if you think you are weak at a particular subject, it is imperative that you spend more on that. Study for at least 13-15 hours a day. However, every student is different.