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NEET 2017 Cutoff – Rank You Need to Clear the Exam 

NEET (AIPMT) 2015 CutoffAll India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test (NEET 2017) was conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for admission to MBBS or BDS courses so as to provide All India Rank to the Directorate General Health Services, Government of India for the conduct of counselling for 15% All India Quota Seats in all medical or dental colleges of India under control of participating Universities, Institutions and State/other counselling Authorities.

It was scheduled for May 7, 2017 and its results will be declared by June 8 (tentative). The CBSE will display the NEET Answer Keys for three days between May 24 to May 26, 2017 (tentative) while the OMR answer sheets of candidates are likely to be displayed on the official website of the NEET (AIPMT) for any three days between May 19 to May 23 (tentative). Students will be able to access their scores by matching their OMR sheets with the given answer key and calculate their NEET (AIPMT) scores.

NEET 2017 cutoff refers to the minimum score a student must secure to qualify the exam and make it to its Merit List. These minimum marks are decided by the exam authorities on the basis of:

  • Total number of candidates participating in the exam,

  • Total annual intake of the medical colleges participating in the exam,

  • Last year cutoffs (2016 NEET cutoffs in this case), and

  • Difficulty level of the exam.

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The candidate(s) ranking last in the Merit List will have scores corresponding to the cutoff scores of the exam. This Last Rank in the Merit List will be known as the Cutoff Rank for JEE Main 2017. All the students scoring less than these cutoff scores will not qualify for admissions to any college.

  • At askIITians, we publish NEET (AIPMT) 2017 Answer Keys within 24 hours of the exam - so that you can have a rough idea of what marks you might expect in the exam.

  • NEET (AIPMT) merit list is drawn on the basis of your marks in the competitive exam. It is equal to the number of seats available under 15% all India quota in medical and dental colleges. There will be an additional waiting list too this year – up to 4 times the merit list – for the purpose of online counselling.

  • We have a well-defined method to calculate NEET (AIPMT) cut-offs for 2017 (which has proved to be quite accurate year-after-year) which are the minimum marks you will need for allotment of seats during counseling.

Minimum Qualifying Marks for NEET (AIPMT) 2015:

According to the Medical Council of India (MCI), students must secure the minimum marks specified in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (or Bio-technology) taken together in the qualifying exam as well as NEET (AIPMT) exam to be eligible for admission to MBBS seats. Minimum marks are specified as follows:

Category

Minimum Marks required

General               

50%

SC, ST and OBC

40%

Physically Handicapped (General)

45%

Physically Handicapped (SC, ST and OBC)

40%

NEET (AIPMT) 2014 cutoff scores and ranks

Category

Highest Marks Obtained

Cutoff Marks

Opening Ranks

Closing Ranks or Cutoff Ranks

General               

682

438

1

13,605

OBC

438

434

13,606

14,528

SC

438

295

13,671

66,176

ST

436

288

14,094

70,931

Physically Handicapped (General)

435

288

14,353

70,930

Physically Handicapped (SC, ST and OBC)

-

-

-

-

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