After the completion of examination conducted by NTA, they will release the NEET 2019 cut off. This is the minimum marks which is must to quality in the NEET examination. The NEET examination is conducted by NTA from the year 2019. After securing qualifying scores the students can get admission in MBBS and BDS courses across India.
NEET 2019 State Wise Cut-off Marks List
It is must for the candidates to score minimum marks in order to qualify in the NEET 2019. The NEET examination is conducted twice a year one in the month of Feb and another in May. The results will be declared in March and June 2019. The cut-off marks play a curial role and every year the cut off marks are declared based on the category as well as the state.
The cut off marks for NEET 2019 is based on the below factors
- 1. Total number of candidates appeared for the NEET Exam
- 2. Difficulty level.
- 3. Examination marking scheme
- 4. The total number of seat availability
- 5. Total number of candidates qualified
The cut-off marks under the All India Quota seats will be on the official NEET website. Post that, the merit list is prepared based on the cut off that includes candidates’ ranks, total number of candidates and the category. Once the cut off is released the candidates can check it online and are entitled to the counselling.
NEET 2019 Category Cut-off Marks and state wise cut off
The cut-off for NEET 2019 category wise and state wise is not released yet. The NTA has not yet announced any cut off marks, it is only possible for the candidates to check cut off via online mode. The cut off is declared category wise and once the qualifying cut off is released the authorities release the final cut off 15% All India Quota Seats for different categories.
Qualifying Cut Off based on the mark/percentage
Here is the qualifying cut off for NEET 2018 which was released based on the percentiles.
Category and the Qualifying Percentage
1. For Unreserved or general candidates it is 50 %
2. For SC/ST/OBC/OBC the cut off is 40 %
3. 45% is the allotted cut off for physically handicapped candidates.
Category and Qualifying Marks (out of total 720)
1. The Unreserved candidates should score 360 marks
2. it is must for the OBC/SC/ST to score 288 marks
3. The physically challenged candidates should score 324 marks
NEET 2019 Rank Predictor can help the student to get an idea about the expected rank, it is a tool which can help the students to predict their ranking before the actual result announcement.
NEET Result 2019
It is possible for the candidates to check the NEET result via online mode. 5th June 2019 is released as the result date for May 2019 results. The candidates need to mention the roll number and enter the date of birth in order to check the results. The students cannot get any information about the result via offline mode.