NEET Cut Off Marks 2018: The Central Board of Secondary Education is the official authority to organize the NEET UG Entrance Examination 2018. After the SC order, NEET has been successfully conducted across the country for MBBS and BDS Admission in different government colleges. Total 15% of medical and dental seats will be filled through NEET 2018 ALL India Quota and the rest (85%) seats will be filled through State Level quota counselling.
The National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) is considered a milestone in a student life all across India as it provides an Ace beginning to join the top medical colleges across India. The minimum passing marks necessary to qualify it is set by (CBSE) Central Board of Secondary Education. N.E.E.T always announces Cut off terms in percentile. Once the exams are conducted the Cut off marks will be published by C.B.S.E. Students can write this examination in their desired language.
After appearing in the examination, all candidates start looking for NEET Answer Keys, Merit List, Cut Off Marks, All India Quota Counselling Schedule, & State Level Counselling Procedure. We were well aware of this, so we decided to put all these NEET information at a single place. On this website, we are providing almost every single thing related to NEET exam So that candidates can get some help.
Table of Contents
- 1 Check NEET Cut Off 2018
- 2 NEET 2018 Minimum Required Marks For MBBS & BDS
- 3 NEET 2018 Minimum Qualifying Percentile
- 4 NEET Previous Year Cut off
- 4.1 NEET Cut off and Marks Range under 15% All India Quota seats
- 4.2 NEET Category Wise Overall Cut Off Marks
- 4.3 NEET 2017 appeared and qualified candidates
- 4.4 A Complete Comparison of NEET 2016 Vs AIPMT 2015 Cut Off Marks
- 4.5 AIPMT 2014 VS NEET 2013 Cut Off Marks Comparison
Check NEET Cut Off 2018
In this article, we are providing NEET Cut Off related information like NEET previous year cut off, category wise merit list, and opening and closing rank of top govt. medical colleges.
Check Out: NEET 2018 Counselling Schedule
As we know, Cut off is the minimum possible marks a candidate must score in order to crack NEET 2018 Exam. According to the previous year’s schedule, CBSE will declare the NEET Result 2018 along with the cut off marks of all categories. The list of qualified and non-qualified candidates will be available on the official website of CBSE NEET 2018.
Understanding the Exam Concept
The basic rule is the percentile in which all the value of the percentage of students appearing in the examination come under. It can also be considered as the score in which the candidate’s marks fall under. Marks categories is determined differently based on the student’s categories for e.g. :-(OBC, SC, ST, PH-UR, SC-PH and Others).
Comparing the Cut Off Category Of Previous Years
This is a most reliable way of predicting the probability of a higher or lower Cut Off to appear this year as it gives us the inside look into the ranking system of N.E.E.T. The accurate marks which are required by the Cut off list will be declared by C.B.S.E when N.E.E.T 2018 results are out. To get an idea about the pattern of Cut Off marks students can compare the past 2 years results.
NEET 2018 Minimum Required Marks For MBBS & BDS
On the basis of cut off marks, eligible candidates will be shortlisted for the 15% All India Quota counselling. CBSE will also disclose the mark range of all categories for All India Quota seat counselling for MBBS & BDS Courses.
Well, if we follow the last year NEET qualifying criteria in MBBS & BDS seats in different Government, Private and deemed medical colleges/universities in India, NEET aspirant must have equal to or more than a specific qualifying percentile which will be decided by CBSE. Below, we have listed previous year’s minimum percentile for all categories.
NEET 2018 Minimum Qualifying Percentile
|Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribes/ Other backward classes||40th percentile|
|Physically handicapped||45th percentile|
Last year, some of the states didn’t participate in NEET exam. But this year, they all are taking part in NEET medical exam 2017. So this year the minimum qualifying percentile might be higher because this year the number of candidates will be higher than the previous year.
NEET Previous Year Cut off
After appearing in the NEET 2018 exam, candidates are so desperate to know their expected Ranks and marks. Well, it will be clear when the result will publish but candidates can predict their All India and State ranks on the basis of previous year’s data.
NEET Cut off and Marks Range under 15% All India Quota seats
|Category||Marks Range||No. of Candidates|
|Unreserved||697 – 131||543473|
|Unreserved & PH||130-118||67|
|OBC & PH||130-107||152|
|SC & PH||130-107||38|
NEET Category Wise Overall Cut Off Marks
|Category||Marks Range||Qualifying Criteria||No. of Candidates|
|Unreserved||697 – 131||50th Percentile||543473|
|OBC||130 – 107||40th Percentile||47382|
|SC||130 – 107||40th Percentile||14599|
|ST||130 – 107||40th Percentile||6018|
|Unreserved & PH||130 – 118||45th Percentile||67|
|OBC & PH||130 – 107||40th Percentile||152|
|SC & PH||130 – 107||40th Percentile||38|
|ST & PH||130 – 107||40th Percentile||10|
Check out the previous year’s NEET 2017 appeared and qualified candidate’s details:
NEET 2017 appeared and qualified candidates
|Category||Eligible Regd. Candidates||Appeared||Absent||Qualified (15%)||Qualified (over all NEET)|
Statistics of NEET UG 2018
State Wise Number of Centres and Candidates Appearing in NEET UG 2018
|S.No||State||Total Centers||Candidates Appeaaring|
|1||Andaman & Nicobar Islands||2||875|
|8||Dadra & Nagar Haveli||3||1092|
|9||Daman & Diu||2||627|
|15||Jammu and Kashmir||38||23880|
A Complete Comparison of NEET 2016 Vs AIPMT 2015 Cut Off Marks
CONCLUSION – Looking at the Range of Marks of (2016-1017) this year Cut off the list is expected to be the same as previous years. Students must keep in mind to qualify the examination with a distinctive score to be eligible enough to get admission in their desired colleges. The number of centres where N.E.E.T is held has increased for1921 as compared to 2017 where there were only 739 centres available.