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Saturday, 29 April 2017

NEET 2017 Cut-Off required for MBBS admissions

Here is our analysis of the cut-off marks needed to clear NEET this year. The cutoff is the lowest possible marks a candidate must score to be eligible for admissions to Govt. or Private Medical Colleges in India. The cut-off is set based on the total number of seats, number of candidates taking the exam exam, and certain factors related to the test like difficulty levels, scores etc.

To clear NEET cut-off, the candidate needs to score a minimum of 50th percentile in NEET 2017, while, candidates belonging to Schedule Caste/Schedule Tribes/ Other Backward Classes, should score a minimum of 40th percentile.

Based on our understanding and data collected, the cut-off for NEET 2017 for MBBS admissions would be:

  1. General Category: 340 Marks out of 720 (remember, it's not 50%)
  2. SC/ST/OBC Category: 300 Marks out of 720 (remember, it's not 40%)
  3. Physically Handicapped (General): 320 Marks out of 720
  4. Physically Handicapped (Others): 280 Marks out of 720

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