Once again the students of Motion Education made history in the NEET 2020 exam.100% of students selected from J Star Batch.
This year, over 14.37 lakh candidates appeared for the medical entrance exam on September 13 despite the pandemic. While the rest of the students were given a chance to appear for it in the special exam. The result will include both September 13 and November 14 attempts.
The record is set after delivering outstanding results with a classroom lesson on digital platforms amid COVID-19. With high selection ratio of repeaters, batch Motion hoisted the flag in NEET 2020. Motion is a well-known coaching institute for JEE/NEET preparation. An organized and strategically designed education model accelerates the performance of students.
Kartikey Agrawal and Ronit Singh emerged as the topper with an All India Rank (AIR) of 21 and 51 respectively in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2020. Results were announced on 16th October 2020 at 4:30 PM. Apart from this, more than 4 students were selected within Top 200 Ranks and more than 2663 students were selected out of 2843.
It is a matter of great pleasure that Motion Education has once again achieved the success by giving 93.66% selection ratio in NEET, in which 137 students scored above 600 Marks and 11 students achieved above 650 Marks.
Motion, Managing Director Mr Nitin Vijay congratulated all the students and wished for a better future. Every NEET 2020 aspirant owe their success to the strong education system, disciplined management, regular practice examinations, and guidance of experienced teachers. According to them, they achieved it because of all the academic specialities of Motion, and in this way, they rewarded Motion and its Team who is working day and night just for their JEE/NEET aspirants’ dreams. They proved our classroom as well as in online education pre-eminent, we have met the expectations of the students as well as their parents and we have turned many dreams into reality by given better results. This is a great contribution to our country and humankind.
As far as the NEET qualifying marks are concerned, a general category candidate needs to secure a minimum of 50 percentile in NEET to qualify for MBBS/BSD courses.