NEET 2019 NEWS
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NEET cut off is the minimum required marks to get admission to MBBS and BDS courses. NEET cut off is releases after the declaration of NEET result. The cut off is different for every category. Students must secure equal or more than NEET cut off marks to be eligible for admission to MBBS and BDS programs in their desired college. NEET cut off is calculated on the basis of various factors such as total number of candidates appeared for the exam, total number of seats, number of qualified students, difficulty level of exam and previous year cut off.
NEET 2018 is scheduled for May 6, 2018 in offline mode. Candidates who are appearing for NEET 2018 can download the NEET 2018 admit card which is available on the official website of exam. NEET result is expected to release on June 5, 2018 through online mode.
NEET is a national level entrance exam which is conducted for admission to MBBS and BDS courses starting from 2016. Earlier, instead of the NEET Exam, every year AIPMT (All India Pre Medical Test) was conducted for admissions to the same courses. However, after much discussion, the Honorable Supreme Court had rules that NEET will be the only exam for admissions to various Medical Colleges and Dental Colleges.
We are providing you NEET previous year cut off to analyze the cut off trends. The below table represents NEET 2015 cut off of all categories.
|Category||Marks Range||NEET 2015 Opening Rank||NEET 2015 Closing Rank|
|UR||695 - 453||1||14052|
|OBC||453 - 450||14053||14905|
|SC||453 - 324||14200||61238|
|ST||451 - 288||14481||83162|
|UR - PH||449 – 324||15149||61494|
|OBC - PH||322 - 312||62218||67788|
|SC - PH||315 - 302||66314||73737|
|ST - PH||NA||NA||-|
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