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neet 2020 cut-off

NEET cut off marks 2020 percentile score has been released by NTA—National Testing Agency on 16th October 2020, along with the NEET results in 2020, the same can be checked in ntaneet.nic.in and check the results as well as the cut off scores. NEET cut off marks released by NTA represents the minimum percentile marks and score out of 720 and also the eligibility for the students that are entitled to All India Quota reserved 15% category seats.
NEET counseling candidates can check the NEET-UG cut off marks for the year 2020 and also for the previous years with the details given below.

Neet Cut off Marks

NEET – UG cut off marks for the year 2020 released by National Testing Agency is here:

 

 

Name of the Category Cut-off percentile Cut off Marks Total Candidates Qualified category wise
UR 50th Percentile 720-147 6,82,406
UR/PH/EWS 45th Percentile 146-129 99
OBC/SC/ST 40th Percentile 146-113 88674
OBC&PH 40th Percentile 126-113 233
SC/ST & PH 40th Percentile 126-113 88

NEET – UG cut off marks for the year 2019:

 

Name of the Category Cut-off percentile Cut off Marks Total Candidates Qualified category wise
UR 50th Percentile 701-134 7,04,335
UR/PH/EWS 45th Percentile 133-120 266
OBC/SC/ST 40th Percentile 133-107 92,253
OBC/SC/ST &PH 40th Percentile 133-107 454

 

NEET – UG cut off marks for the year 2018:

 

Name of the Category Cut-off percentile Cut off Marks
UR 50th Percentile 691-119
UR/PH/EWS 45th Percentile 118-96
OBC/SC/ST 40th Percentile 118-107
OBC /SC/ST &PH 40th Percentile 106-96

 

With the above information, candidates can clearly verify the previous year’s cut-off marks and can analyze their chances of getting admission into MBBS/BDS/BHMS/BAMS/VS&AH respectively. As everyone knows that NEET cut off marks will not be determined by the previous years cut off but on the

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 various factors that are provided by the NTA previously.

NEET CUT OFF CATEGORY

Unlike other examinations where scores are determined in percentage, NEET score is determined in pe

rcentile, where the candidates from General category or Unreserved category need to secure 50 percentile to qualify, Unreserved PH candidates have to secure 45 percentile to qualify and OBC/SC/ST & PH candidates have to secure 40 percentile respectively to qualify in NEET exam.

This NEET cut-off percentile category given by NTA will remain the same for every year and will not change instead the cut-off marks range will change from year to year.

NEET cut off will depend on the various factors that are provided by NTA such as:

  • Total Number of seats available in Government and Private medical colleges
  • The total number of students who appeared for the examination
  • The level of difficulty of the question paper
  • Total number of candidates that are qualified in the exam
  • Cut-off marks of the previous years

Categories of the candidates that are appeared in NEET 2020

  • Candidates of Indian Nationality
  • NRI’s—Non-Resident Indian candidates
  • PIO’s—Persons of Indian Origin
  • OCI’s—Overseas Citizens of India
  • Foreign Nationals

NEET cut off 2020 indicates the minimum required marks or percentile for the candidates to qualify as per their respective categories and all the candidates that are scored above than the NEET cut off percentile as per their category will be considered as qualified. The cut off percentile will be varied every year as well as different for the candidates as per their reserved category. Candidates that have scored above the cut-off marks are eligible to partake in the NEET counseling and can admit into their chosen colleges as per the availability and choices of their own. Though the standard NEET cut off marks are defined by NTA, but the same can be changed/modify by the MCC (Medical Council of India) or DCC (Dental Council of India) if any seats are still vacant even after the counseling for that particular year admission process. Similar to the year 2019 where the DCC has reduced the cut off percentile to 10 percentile low than the original percentile fixed by NTA in the event of non-filling of all the BDS seats available in India’s Government and Private colleges.

NEET Rank List 2020

 

The NEET rank list is drawn on the basis of total marks obtained in the NEET examination which will be announced through the online mode from the official website of NTA. This rank list is the basis for all the candidates to get admissions or to apply for the government and private colleges in India to get admitted into MBBS /BDS or other courses. But in case of any two or more students obtained the same marks then NTA will decide the ranks of the students based on some prescribed format known as the tie-breaking method. This tie-breaking method is the best effective part in deciding the ranks between the students though plenty are not satisfied with the same, it is the officially announced tie-breaking method.

The criteria for the tie-breaking methods are

  • First preference will be provided to the student that have secured more marks in the Biology subject of the NEET examination
  • Next will be the candidates that got more marks in the Chemistry subject of the NEET examination among the candidates that got similar marks.
  • If unable to decide even with these two criteria’s then the students that have given less negative marks will be given first preference and better ranking than the others.
  • If the tie still persists and to finally break the same, the students who are older will be given preference and better ranking than the others.

Candidates Performance in NEET 2020

NEET 2020 is the most controversial examination to the date due to the COVID-19 effect and other factors like lock-downs and all including the second chance examination provided to the quarantine students that have missed the first examination. This year total of 15.97 lakh candidates have applied for the NEET 2020 examination and among them over 13.2 lakh students have appeared for the examination in spite of all the difficulties. Among all the appeared candidates 7,76,500 candidates have qualified in the NEET-UG 2020 examination and now are progressing with the counseling options.

Though the results have surprised plenty of students and their family members, as their initial predictions in securing the qualifying marks or in obtaining good ranks have changed drastically due to factors influenced individually, the facts that the exam is one of the easiest in the history of medical examinations is the known fact.

Wisdom Overseas congratulates all those candidates that have secured good ranks and scores that could get them seats in AIQ/State quotas, and also motivate those students that there is an abroad MBBS option for all those that are unable to get a seat in India. Every student they are unable to secure a free seat should think about the abroad MBBS as the best option instead of looking for the B/C category seats that loot your finances. For more information visit www.wisdomoverseas.com and contact our expert counselors to get proper guidance in this regard.

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