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NEET SS Results 2022 Declared; Here's Direct Link To Check Scores

NEET SS Results have been declared by the National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences. Candidates can check scores by visiting

NEET SS Results

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NEET SS Results 2022 have been declared by the National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences. All those candidates who took part in the Super Speciality Examination can check their results by visiting the official website of the NBE at According to the official information, in order to qualify for the examination, candidates are required to secure the 50th percentile.

The individual scorecard will be available to candidates on or after September 22, 2022, on the official website at As per the official information, the academic session term will begin on October 1, 2022, and the last date for students to be admitted or joined is October 31, 2022. To check the scores, candidates must follow the step-by-step process given below and also use the direct link.

NEET SS Results 2022: Here's how to check the scores

  • Step 1: To check the NEET SS results, candidates are required to visit the official site of the NBE at
  • Step 2: Then, click on the NEET SS Result 2022 link available on the home page.
  • Step 3: Now, candidates need to enter the login details and click on "submit."
  • Step 4: Automatically, the result will be displayed on the screen.
  • Step 5: Finally, review the results and download the page.
  • Step 6: Candidates must then keep a hard copy of the same for future reference. 
  • NOTE: It is strongly advised that candidates must regularly visit the official website for fresh updates and more details.

Here's direct link to check the NEET SS Results 2022 - Click Here

According to the official information, there are a combined 2,447 seats available for doctor of medicine (DM) and master of surgery (MCH) programmes in a total of 156 government, private, and deemed-to-be-university medical colleges, universities, judged to be medical schools, and Armed Forces Medical Service institutions.

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