National Testing Agency (NTA) on Wednesday conducted the National Eligibility Entrance Test for admission to medical courses.NEET-UG) result has been declared. This year 9.93 lakh candidates cleared the exam. Tanishka of Rajasthan has become the topper of this year’s NEET-UG exam. Delhi’s Vats Ashish Batra and Karnataka’s Hrishikesh Nagabhushan got the second and third positions respectively. 18.72 lakh candidates had participated in the medical entrance exam. In this way, the pass percentage in NEET UG was 56.28 percent.
Tanishka, Vats Ashish Batra and Hrishikesh Nagbhushan got 715 marks out of 720 in NEET UG exam. But NTA decided the toppers this year under the new tie-breaker policy. The highest pass candidates in NEET exam were from Uttar Pradesh. From here 1.17 lakh candidates cracked the exam. At the same time, Maharashtra was at number two, where 1.13 lakh candidates were placed and then Rajasthan was in third place, where 82,548 candidates passed. This year, NEET exam was conducted in 497 cities of the country and 14 cities outside the country. 95 percent of the candidates who registered in the exam were present.
neet topper told the basic mantra of success
Tanishka, who topped the NEET UG exam, told in a conversation with a newspaper that since childhood I had a dream to become a doctor. He said that medical is such a field, where you get an opportunity to help others. By doing this you can establish yourself. Tanishka further said that I started preparing for the NEET exam from class 11 itself. Then there was a lockdown due to Kovid and then the offline study was interrupted. During that time many difficulties had to be faced. Because of this my confidence was also reduced.
Tanishka said that offline study started in class 12th and then it did not take time to understand the answers to the questions from the teacher. In this way my confidence came back again. I got to see the benefit of this during the exam. She further says that there was never any pressure from the parents regarding studies. He always did the work of motivating throughout this journey. Tanishka told that apart from going to coaching and school, she resorted to self-study. She used to study for 6 to 7 hours everyday. She lays a lot of emphasis on revision.
Describing the basic mantra of success, Tanishka said that as you progress in studies, you also have to do revision. This is the basic mantra of success. Tanishka got 98.6 percent marks in class 12th board exam, while in class 10th she got 96.4 percent marks.
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