Aakansha Singh, Shoyeb Aftab Score Perfect 720/720 Marks; Check Full Topper List Here

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NEET Result 2020: The National Testing Agency (NTA) on October 16 declared the result of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), for the exam held on September 13 and October 14, at its official website ntaneet.nic.in. Along with the results, the testing agency has also released the NEET 2020 topper list, which has 18-year-old Shoyeb Aftab on top with 720/720 marks. ALSO READ | NEET 2020: Delhi’s Aakanksha Singh Scores 720/720, Ranked 2nd Due To Younger Age; Should NTA Overhaul Its Rules?

Candidates who appeared for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test can check the NEET 2020 toppers list on the official site.

Over 14.37 lakh candidates who had appeared for the medical entrance exam on September 13 will finally be able to get their scorecards today at NEET official website. Students will have to enter their roll number mentioned on the admit card to view their scorecard.

NEET 2020 Toppers: Check Complete Merit List Below:














Rank  Candidate’s Name Marks Obtained
1 SOYEB AFTAB 720
2 AKANKSHA SINGH 720
3 TUMMALA SNIKITHA 715
4 VINEET SHARMA 715
5 AMRISHA KHAITAN 715
6 GUTHI CHAITANYA SINDHU 715
7 SATWIK GODARA 711
8 SRIJAN R 710
9 KARTHIK REDDY 710
10 MATRAVADIA MAANIT 710

With the first 10 ranks, 2 students have scored 720, 4 have scored 715, and 3 have scored 710. Shoyeb Aftab created history as he topped the exams with a percent score of 720 marks. Shoyeb has not just created a record of scoring 100 per cent, but has also become the first student from Odisha to top the NEET examination.

Another girl Aakanksha Singh who hails from Delhi also scored 720/720 marks in the exams but the girl got the 2nd rank in the exams. Both the candidates are from the unreserved category and have scored identical marks in all the four subjects.

ALSO READ | NEET Exam Result 2020: Meet 18-Yr-Old Shoyeb Aftab From Odisha Who Scripted History By Scoring 720/720

Recently, NTA held NEET re-exam for those candidates who were unable to sit for NEET either because they were covid positive or because their area was a containment zone.

The special exams were held after an order from the Supreme Court on Monday. The court had also said that the much-awaited results which were expected to be released on Monday will be declared on October 16.



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