NEET Cut Off 2020 will be available online. However, as per the standard of the Question Paper, the NEET 2020 Cutoff is expected to be high. As soon as the cutoff will be out, it will be updated here. The Expected cutoff by Aakash has been released as well, the cutoff marks are mentioned below. The National Testing Agency (NTA) releases the NEET Cutoff Marks along with the result. The NTA NEET Examination was conducted on 13th September 2020. In addition, the Cutoff Marks are the minimum marks that have to be scored by the candidates in the exam. The NEET 2020 Cutoff Marks denotes the qualifying status of the candidates. The cut off marks include the All India Rank, State Rank, Eligibility, Category, etc. Candidates who have appeared the exam can check the NEET Cutoff Marks. Candidates who score more than the minimum marks will be eligible to get admission in different Government and Private Medical Colleges. In this article, we have provided details regarding NEET UG Cutoff 2020 Marks, Minimum Qualifying Percentile, Percentile, Tie-Breaker Criteria, etc.
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- The NEET 2020 Expected Cutoff has been released by Aakash Institute. Candidates can check out the expected cutoff list below. It has been prepared as per the difficulty level of question paper, and the no. of students who appeared for the exam.
|Category||Expected Percentile||Marks Range|
|UR & PH||45th Percentile||133-120|
|OBC & PH||40th Percentile||119-107|
|SC & PH||40th Percentile||119-107|
|ST & PH||40th Percentile||119-107|
- NEET 2020 Question Paper was moderate, where the Biology section was the easiest. The other two sections were comparatively difficult. Hence, the NEET Cutoff 2020 is expected to be high for this session. Further, as soon as the cutoff list will be out, it will be updated here in the article.
Highlights of NEET UG Cutoff 2020
- The National Testing Agency releases the NEET UG Cutoff 2020.
- The Cutoff Marks will be available online on the official website of NTA- www.nta.ac.in
- In order to participate in the further rounds of selection, candidates have to qualify minimum cut off marks of NEET 2020.
- On the basis of the cutoff marks, candidates will be offered seats in Medical, Dental, and other Allied Seats.
- The Cutoff Marks is different from category to category.
Latest Updates on NEET MBBS Cutoff 2020
- The NEET Merit List will now be applicable for admission in Veterinary Colleges for undergraduate courses like BVSc and Animal Husbandry under 15% All India Quota.
- NEET Result will also be applicable for admissions to all the medical colleges of India.
- Andhra Pradesh and Telangana will now participate in 15% All India Quota Counselling. You don’t have to submit any self-declaration anymore.
- Lastly, for admission into UG courses in AYUSH (Ayurveda, Yoga, Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, and Homeopathy).
NEET MBBS 2020 Cutoff Marks – State-Wise Counselling Process
The Reservation of the Seats in all the Government Medical College under 15% All India Quota is as follows-
- 15% of seats are reserved for the scheduled caste students.
- 7.5% of seats are reserved for the Scheduled Tribes.
- As per the Central Act of the Seats, 27% of the seats are reserved for the OBC Community.
- 3% Seats are reserved for the PWD Candidates.
NEET 2019 Candidate Statistics and Cutoff Marks
Note that the cut-off marks will be different for each state nursing colleges. Hence, the expected cut-off list state-wise is given down below. This list is as per the last years’ records.
|Number of Candidates appeared the exam||14, 10, 755|
|Number of Qualified Candidates||7, 97, 042|
|NEET Cutoff (UR Marks)||134 marks, equal to 50th percentile|
|NEET Cutoff for ST/SC Candidates||107 marks, equal to 40th percentile|
NEET State-Wise Cutoff List
NEET Cutoff Meghalaya
NEET Cutoff Tamil Nadu
NEET Cutoff AMU
NEET Cutoff Chandigarh
NEET Cutoff AFMC
NEET 2018 – Candidates appeared
|Total Number of Candidates Appeared the Exam||12,69,922|
|Number of Qualifying Candidates||7,14,562|
The Official Website of NEET is – www.ntaneet.nic.in
NEET Qualifying Cut Off 2020
The Minimum Qualifying Marks is the minimum set of marks that are set by the National Testing Agency to select the aspiring candidates. The NEET Cutoff Marks depends on the relative performance of the candidates in the entrance examination. The Cut off Marks depends on the following factors of the candidates-
- The number of candidates appeared in the entrance examination.
- The Difficulty Level of the Examination.
Minimum Qualifying Percentile of NEET 2020
|Category||Minimum Qualifying Percentage|
|Unreserved Physically Handicapped (UR-PH)||45%|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||40%|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||40%|
|Other Backward Classes (OBC)||40%|
Check – NEET 2020 Dress Code
NEET Cut Off 2020 – Percentile Mode
The NEET-UG Cutoff Marks will be available in the form of a percentile. The Percentile performs a certain percentage of scores that fall below that number. Candidates scoring more than the cut off marks will be eligible for the further round of the selection process, The Cutoff Percentile Modes depends on various factors such as Number of Candidates appeared the exam, preparation level of the exam, and difficulty level of the exam paper.
How to Calculate NEET Percentile 2020
Suppose out of 10, 00, 000 students your rank score is 100 in NEET. Then your percentile is (600000-50)/600000 X100= 99.99%.
How to Check NEET Cutoff 2020?
The Step by Step Process to check the NEET Cutoff Marks is as follows-
- Visit the Official Website of the National Testing Agency.
- Note Down the Correct and Incorrect Answers by referring to the NEET Answer Key 2020.
- Calculate the NEET Answer Key on the basis of the NEET Marking Scheme
- If your answer is correct then four marks will be rewarded and for a wrong answer, 1 mark will be deducted.
- Zero Marks will be calculated for the unanswered question and for more than two answers.
How to Calculate NEET 2020 Score?
The NEET Scores can be calculated using the following formula-
(Number of Correct Answers X 4)- (Number of Correct Answers X 1)
NEET Admission Process 2020
The Admission of NEET 2020 is done in two ways – All India Quota Counselling and State Counselling.
- 15% of seats are reserved under All India Quota
- The rest of the seats can be filled by the State Quota Counselling.
- The Seats will be available on the basis of your NEET Score, Rank, Colleges, during the online counselling and cutoff.
- If any seats remain vacant then, two rounds of counselling will take place.
Tie-Breaking Criteria of NEET Cutoff 2020
The Tie-Breaking Criteria is used when more than two candidates score the same number of marks in the examination. The Tie-Breaking Criteria depends on the following order-
- Marks obtained in Biology
- Total Marks scored in NEET Chemistry 2020
- Total Number of Wrong Answers
- Higher in Age
NEET Previous Year Cutoff 2018 – Category-Wise
The NEET 2018 Previous Year Cutoff, Category Wise is as follows-
|Category||NEET Qualification Percentile||NEET Qualifying Score (out of 720)||Qualified Candidates|
NEET Cutoff 2018 Gender-Wise Cutoff Marks
The Gender-Wise Previous Year Cut-Off Marks of NEET 2018 is as follows-
|Gender||Registered Candidates||Appeared Candidates||Qualified Candidates|
National Wise NEET Cutoff Marks 2018
The NEET National-Wise NEET Cutoff Marks 2018 is as follows-
|Nationality||Registered Candidates||Appeared Candidates||Qualified Candidates|
NEET Cutoff 2018- All India Category Wise Cutoff Marks for MBBS
The NEET 2018 Cutoff Marks of All India Category Wise is as follows-
|Category||NEET 2018 AIR||NEET 2018 Marks||Allotted College|
|General||10, 443||537||Mizoram Institute of Medical Education and Research, Falkwan|
|OBC||10,449||537||Mizoram Institute of Medical Education and Research, Falkwan|
|SC||64,642||417||Thoothukudi Medical College, Thoothukudi|
|ST||77792||399||Tezpur Medical College|
|General PH||397544||184||Government Medical College, Siddipet|
|OBC PH||379480||210||Silchar Medical College, Silchar|
|SC PH||725351||101||Kodagu Institute of Medical Sciences, Kodagu|
|ST PH||60700||125||Government Medical College, Rajnandgaon|
NEET Cutoff 2018 – All India Cutoff for BDS
|Category||NEET AIR||NEET Marks||Allotted College|
|General||17093||513||Rajah Muthiah Dental College and Hospital, Annamalai|
|OBC||15684||517||ESIC Dental College, Delhi|
|SC||79166||398||Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Dental Sciences, Imphal|
|ST||99791||373||Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Dental Sciences, Imphal|
|General PH||476405||158||Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Dental Sciences|
|OBC PH||470739||160||RUHS College of Dental Science, Jaipur|
NEET Cutoff Marks – 2018 Vs 2017
As per the records, it has been found out that the NEET Minimum Qualifying Marks was the same for both 2017 and 2018. But the cutoff scores based on the percentile methodology had a quite difference between the two years.
|Category||Lowest Marks to Qualify NEET 2017||Lowest Marks to Qualify NEET 2018|
NEET Cutoff of Top 10 Government Medical Colleges (Closing Ranks)
|Name of the College/University||2018||2017||2016||2015||2014|
|Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi||58||49||44||28||59|
|VMMC & Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi||107||82||106||56||105|
|University College of Medical Sciences||165||185||128||97||158|
|Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi||314||369||263||117||284|
|Government Medical College, Chandigarh||254||278||162||158||303|
|Seth G.S Medical College, Mumbai||296||297||408||216||459|
|King’s George Medical University, Lucknow||703||725||506||386||776|
|Stanley Medical College, Chennai||3520||3858||2264||2039||2003|
|Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak||1178||1481||1035||674||1512|
|Grant Medical College and Sir JJ Group of Hospitals, Mumbai||1122||1018||408||565||1008|
Check – NEET Exam Analysis
NEET Cutoff 2018- Deemed Universities Cut-offs for MBBS
|Quota||NEET AIR||NEET Marks||Allotted College|
|Management/Paid (General Category)||453885||165||Sri Lakshmi Narayan Institute of Medical Sciences|
|NRI (OBC Candidates)||711901||104||Saveetha Medical College, Chennai|
|NRI (UR Candidates)||614993||123||B.L.D.E University, Bijapur|
|Muslim Minority||135581||337||Yenepoya Medical College, Mangalore|
|Jain Minority||125138||347||SBKS Med Inst. and Research Centre Vadodara|
|Quota||NEET AIR||NEET Marks||College Allotted|
|Management/Paid||634449||119||Yenepoya Dental College, Yenepoya|
|NRI||316989||220||SRM Katt. Dental College, Chennai|
|Jain Minority||633535||119||K.M Shah Dental College, Vadodara|
NEET Result 2020 was scheduled to be released on 4th June 2020 online. But it will be delayed as the NTA NEET Exam has been postponed due to Coronavirus. The result will be available in Score Card Format and will contain the total number of marks scored in the examination. To have your name on the Merit List, you must qualify the minimum qualifying marks. On the basis of the NEET Cutoff 2020, a merit list will be prepared. The merit list will be released in two formats- Overall Merit List and the other one is Category-Wise Merit List.
The Merit List will be available in PDF Format for all the candidates so that it can be easily downloadable.
NEET Counselling 2020
The NEET Counselling 2020 will be available soon after the release of the Merit List. Candidates who have been shortlisted in the Merit List with NEET Cutoff 2020 Marks will be called out for NEET UG Counselling. The NEET 2020 Counselling will take place in June 2020. The Counselling Process takes place for 15% All India Quota Seats conducted by the Directorate General of Health Sciences on the behalf of Medical Counselling Committee. The Counselling process will take place online. The Number of Seats will be displayed by the regulatory bodies.
NEET Seat Allotment 2020
The Seat Allotment Process of NEET 2020 will take place on the basis of the merit cum preference. The NEET Seat Allotment 2020 will take place after the counselling round. In the Seat Allotment Process, you will be allotted with a college seat along with the course in each round of counselling. You will be allotted with a seat on the basis of your NEET Score and Rank 2020.
So, if you have any queries regarding the NEET Cutoff 2020, then please comment on the section below.