Gujarat NEET Expected Cut Off Marks: The most important medical examination for the students across the country which determines the candidates future in which University they will get the admission is the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) is considered foundation of their carrier in a student life all over the country because it gives the candidate a unique opportunity to apply for the college of their choice for studying medical courses and also gives them a bright beginning to join the top colleges across the country or in a particular state of the choice of the candidate in which they can apply under.
Gujarat NEET Expected Cut Off Marks 2020
Candidates can give the examination in the preferred Language they are familiar with. The passing marks for the examination are completely decided by the conducting board which is the National Testing Agency (NTA). The Cut off list is often issued in the format of percentile by the board. Once the exams are conducted the Cut off marks will be published by NTA and other states authorities.
The Rule of the Cut Off Generation
The first rule of the examination is the candidate’s percentile in the examination through which the total number of candidate’s percentage can be calculated under the examination process. Basically, it is the category score of the candidate which fall under the examination process. There are various categories which appear in the examination and are also provided with the reservation which is based according to the category they come under for e.g. (OBC, SC, ST, PH-UR, SC-PH, and Others).
Method For Comparing the Cut Off List of Previous Years
This method has been considered the widely reliable way for assuming the probability of a top or low Cut Off list which may appear. This process gives each and every candidate in-depth look at the ranking procedure of the board of NEET examination. The precise marks which are required from the candidate to appear in the merit list of the NTA when the official exam is conducted. Candidate must compare the marks of the past 2 years at least to be sure of the ranking system of the board.
Gujarat NEET Expected Cut Off Marks 2020
The candidates who want to take admission in the medical courses must clear the NEET examination and must check the cutoff marks for the paper to know more about their admission chances in the Universities in Gujarat or across the country. The Cut off list includes the opening and closing ranks which the candidate must obtain at all cost in order to be eligible for the admission procedure of the examination.
All candidates having a closing rank which is equal to NEET closing exam are considered for the admission process and the candidates who are below the cut off marks of the NEET exam or the closing rank are not considered for the process of admission in the Universities.
Factors that Determine the Gujarat NEET State Quota Cut Off Marks
The Gujarat cutoff marks list depends upon various factors which are discussed in details in the following points
- The number of application which the candidates have submitted for the NEET exam 2020.
- The Total number of the question being asked in the examination.
- How many candidates appeared in NEET 2020 examination from Gujarat State?
- The level of difficulty which the candidates have to go through in the examination
- The Trends of the cut-off marks for the previous years.
The Category wise NEET Cut off Percentile 2020 –
- General category candidates it is 50 percentages(approx.)
- SC/ST/OBC: 40 percentile
- PH (Locomotor Disability): 40 percentage
- The UR- PH: 40 Percentile
- SC- PH ST – PH & OBC –PH: 40 Percentage
Gujarat NEET Merit List Highlights are as follows –
- Merit List for the NEET medical examination has conducted on 13th Sept 2020.
- No candidates will be informed individually of the release of the Merit list
- All candidates must ensure that they print a hard copy of their merit list for reference in Gujarat State Quota Counselling.
Expected Cut off For Gujarat NEET
|Category of Applicants||Percentile||Expected Score Range|
|UR & PH||45 Percentile||133-120|
|OBC & PH||40 Percentile||119-107|
|SC & PH||40 Percentile||119-107|
|ST & PH||40 Percentile||119-107|
Previous Year (2019) NEET Cutoff
|Category Description of Applicants||Range of Marks||Percentile|
|Other Backward Classes||133-107||40%|
|UR – PH||133-120||45%|
2018 NEET Cutoff
|Category of Candidates||Range of Marks||Percentile|
|Other Backward Classes||118-96||40%|
|UR – PH||118-107||45%|
The NEET merit list 2017 marks of the qualified candidates –
|Category||NEET 2017 Qualification Percentile||NEET 2017 Qualifying Scores as per qualification percentile (out of 720)||Number of Candidates Qualified|
|UR – PH||40th Percentile||118||67|
|OBC PH||40th Percentile||107||152|
|SC –PH||40th Percentile||107||38|
|ST -PH||40th Percentile||107||10|
The Following is the List of Gujarat NEET Expected Cut Off Marks For 2020
|Category||Gujarat NEET Expected Cut Off Marks|
|Candidates who are physically handicapped||291+|
The Following is the List of All India Quota Admission For All Candidates-
|Category||NEET Marks Range|
|The scheduled caste||454-325|
|The schedule Tribe||452 -289|
|General UR||696 -454|
|Physically handicapped UR||450 -325|
|OBC PH||323 -313|
|SC/ST –PH||314 -313|
|OTHER BACKWARD CLASSES||454-451|
CONCLUSION- The following information is based on the data for the cutoff marks list of the previous years as well as the NEET examination rules and regulation. It is presented in simpler form for the candidates to understand it easily, all candidates are hereby informed to check the official website of the examination for any further notification regarding the cut off marks list and if the candidate feels confused about any of the mentioned information above they can clear their doubts by logging in the official website for the matter.
There is no such confirm date announced authorities. But we are expecting that result could be release in the last week of Sept 2020.
No, NTA authorities will not send result individually to any aspirants. You have to check the result on official portal only.
Yes, higher officials will also issue the merit list for all eligible applicants.