NEET 2019 NEWS
NATIONAL LEVEL OFFLINE TEST
NEET (National Eligibility Entrance Test) is the national level examination conducted by the NTA (National testing Agency 2019). NEET 2019 will be conducted on May 5, 2019 in offline mode. NEET 2019 Result can be checked on June 5, 2019. Candidates can check their result by entering roll number and date of birth. Further, the topper of NEET 2019, Kalpana Kumari has scored 691 marks to bag AIR 1 with a 99.99 percentile.
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Also, it must be kept in mind that the estimated score will help in identifying the estimated rank and this is based on the understanding of the past year's trend. The rank and marks are both dependent on variable factors like cut off, total number of participants, etc.
The predictive rank range along with the marks obtained in NEET 2018 can be as follows:
|Marks range||Rank range||Marks range||Rank range|
While creating the table for NEET marks v/s rank following factors are considered:
On the basis of previous year minimum cut off percentile is defined separately for each of the categories, as the reservation factor on the bases of the previous year cutoff is taken into consideration.
|SC (Scheduled Cast)/ ST (Scheduled Tribe)/ OBC (Other Back ward classes)||40th percentile|
|Physically handicapped||45th percentile|
It is compulsory for all the test takers of NEET 2019 to cross the percentile barrier defined for each category. Once the candidate has passed the percentile cut off announced by CBSE, their name will appear in the final merit list. This would be followed by writing names in the order of merit. The All India Quota has been defined for 15% seats. This is applicable to all the states. There is a separate cut off list defined for each of the institutes in the private or government medical institutions through state- wise centralized counseling. The rules for NEET Counselling are different for each state and would be followed as per the directives of the state government.
The table given below elucidates the minimum qualifying percentage for each category. It also shows the number of qualified candidates from each category.
|Category||Marks Range||Qualifying criteria||No. Of Candidates|
|ST PH||339-118||40th percentile||36|
|SC PH||415-118||40th percentile||143|
|OBC PH||510-118||40th percentile||597|
|Unreserved PH||474-131||45th percentile||437|
NEET 2016 Cut off score under 15 per cent All India Quota seats:
|Category||Marks range||No. Of candidates|
If you have already calculated your score and thus have your estimated score ready the just check your rank through the NEET 2019 Rank Predictor. Just follow the steps below to calculate the rank:
NEET cut off depends on a number of factors like:
As the number of test takers is increasing every year and the NEET 2017 had the highest number of test takers so the cut off went up. The NEET Cut off can be higher than last year.
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