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Expected Cut Off for neet 2020

After long await and lot of stress NTA –National Testing Agency has conducted NEET-2020 exam on September 13th successfully. Most of the students attempted are expressing NEET-2020 is comparatively easy than that of the previous year’s examinations. Now every student is eagerly waiting for the release of NEET-2020 answer key in a day or two, and  cut off marks that are to be announced along with the results bulletin. Every agency attached with NEET examinations are speculating the Expected cut-off percentile of NEET 2020, but the original cutoff can only be announced from the official agency NTA.
The NTA usually announces NEET exam results in a month after conducting of the examination; this might be earlier than one month for NEET 2020 results with the special circumstances due to continuous postponement and the delay in conducting the examination itself. Once the NEET 2020 results declared from NTA, candidates can check their NEET 2020 individual results on the official website of NTA

NEET 2020 expected cutoff marks

The NEET cutoff marks are the marks that are minimum a candidate should secure to get admission into the MBBS and Dental courses. The cutoff and qualifying marks will be announced by NTA at the time of releasing NEET scores which is required to get admissions in India and abroad. NEET 2020 state wise expected cut off marks are announced by various agencies that are approximately calculated by them. Aakash, Allen Kota, Resonance and many others has released their expectations on the NEET 2020 expected cutoff marks for General/SC/ST/OBC categories. This NEET 2020 expected cutoff marks are calculated after careful consideration of various factors including:
NEET 2019 cutoff marks,
Number of candidates appeared in NEET 2020 and
the number of seats available in total,
difficulty level of the examination,
reservation category of the candidates
Percentage of allocation of seats to local and non-local candidates and so.

NEET 2020 Expected cutoff marks for government colleges

NEET cutoff marks 2020 varies for each category and the qualifying marks also vary for every academic year. NEET qualifying marks for the General category is 50 percentile and for OBC, SC ST candidates will be 40 percentile, which is a mandatory qualification for all the candidates that are willing to join MBBS abroad. NEET exam is the only gateway to enter into any medical colleges in India or Abroad since 2018. NEET 2020 expected cutoff marks for government colleges in India depends on the above mentioned categories, and also on the reservation category of the students. As per the previous year’s of cutoff marks and the calculations NEET 2020 All India Quota and State Quota seats cutoff marks might be more or less 15 to 20 marks approximately above than the NEET 2019 cutoff.
Every candidate must recognize the fact, that the qualifying percentile is to be declared by NTA will make them only eligible to counseling and to provide the options as per the selected list provided to them during counseling session. The final NEET cutoff will only be released by the MCI for AIQ and SQ seats after the first and last rounds of counseling. The information can be analyzed clearly to understand the process with the complete analysis of the 2019 cutoff percentage with the category of the students.
Here is the list of the NEET cutoff marks projected by the experts and after careful consideration of the NEET exam difficulty and other factors for 2020 NEET examination. The expected cutoff marks can be easily understood with the comparative analysis with NEET 2019 cutoff marks. Check the below given list of categories that are enlisted here for your understanding:

Category Percentile 2019 Cutoff 2020 Expected cutoff
Others/General Category 50 701-134 706-138
OBC 40 133-107 138-113
SC 40 133-107 138-113
ST 40 133-107 138-113
SC-PH 40 119-107 124-113
ST-PH 40 119-107 124-113
OBC-PH 40 119-107 124-113
UR-PH 40 133-120 138-125

NEET 2020 Expected Admission Cutoff Vs NEET 2020 qualifying cutoff

The expected Admission cutoff of the candidates is the score that is required to be scored by the students to get eligible to participate in the state and central MBBS seats counseling and to select the colleges based on their availability and category. The qualifying cutoff of NEET is the minimum percentile/marks students needed to qualify NEET 2020 examination and the same is needed for all the students that are willing to join MBBS abroad, without which their enrolment is invalid from the year 2018.

Who will decide the Admission Cutoff & Qualifying Cutoff for NEET 2020
  • The Admission cutoff for all the colleges will be released by DGHS—Directorate General for Health Sciences and the same will be different from one college to college/Institute to institute all over India. The decision of the cutoff will be made after careful consideration of various factors like:
  • Students Reservation Category
  • Number of Students applied for NEET in that year
  • Sanctioned seats for the Institute and so.
  • Qualifying percentile will be decided by NTA-National Testing Agency

Important Instructions for NEET 2020 Cutoff

NEET 2020 state wise and Central wise cutoff marks are calculated by NTA after consideration of various influencing factors involved. Here are some important instructions to students that are expecting good scores and admissions in government Medical seats.

  • The Cutoff marks will be announced only to the students that are qualified in the NEET examination as well as the students that have received the highest marks will be getting top ranks and from top to bottom the ranks will be allocated as per the marks obtained by the students.
  • But the allocation of the seats will be announced to the respective students based on their ranks, reservation category, intermediate percentage, and any other reservation available and considered.
  • Students should understand that the NTA will announce opening/closing rank for the list of colleges based on the number of seats and number of students appeared/secured ranks on category wise.
    Candidates should directly login to the official website of NTA and get the answer key and later the NEET results. Check for more information relating to NEET 2020 guidelines and other related information regarding MBBS abroad admissions procedure, eligibility criteria, best colleges and countries to study and many more in Wisdom Overseas  blog articles and express your comments over there.

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