NEET ANNOUNCED Cut off 2018 – CHECK HERE

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NEET Cutoff 2018 – The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the qualifying NEET 2018 cutoff marks for all the categories, along with the declaration of NEET result on June 4, 2018. The cutoff of NEET 2018 has seen a decrease across the categories compared to the previous year. As per NEET cutoff 2018, candidates belonging to UR category are required to score at least 119 marks (out of 720) in order to qualify NEET 2018, while OBC/SC/ST category candidates need a minimum of 96 marks to qualify. The NEET 2018 cutoff or qualifying marks for UR-PH category is 96. The highest marks scored in NEET 2018 is 691 out of 720. This year 7,14,562 students have qualified the exam this year as compared to 6,11,739 last year. Candidates can check their individual NEET 2018 result from the link given below. Only those candidates have scored the qualifying marks as per the NEET 2018 qualifying percentile are eligible for further NEET 2018 MBBS and BDS admission process.

The Unreserved category candidates are required to obtain marks equal to or more than the 50th percentile in order to qualify NEET and as per the NEET 2018 cutoff, 6,34,897 candidates from UR category have qualified the exam. However, for candidates belonging to reserved categories, viz. Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Other Backward Classes (OBC), the minimum qualifying Cut off of NEET 2018 is 40th percentile. The corresponding Cut off score of NEET Cut off 2018 percentiles, which will be the minimum ‘marks’ required to qualify NEET 2018, will be declared along with the declaration of the NEET 2018 result. Candidates can check here complete details about NEET 2018 cut off, including minimum qualifying percentiles, previous year NEET Cut off trends and highlights, etc.

As per the NEET 2017 statistics, out of 10,90,085 candidates who appeared, only 6,11,539 could qualify the exam by scoring marks equal to or more than the NEET cutoff qualifying percentile requirements. As per previous year data, unreserved candidates had to score atleast 131 marks in NEET 2017 in order to get equal to or above the 50th percentile and reserved category candidates had to score at least 107 marks in order to get equal to or above the 40th percentile as per the qualifying cutoff requirements of NEET.

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