How much Marks in NEET is good? Know minimum marks criteria for colleges!

by Basant Kumar 2 months ago in college

below-mentioned data is taken from previous years cutoffs and different internet sources. This data changes every year based on the level of difficulty of paper and cut off marks.

How much Marks in NEET is good? Know minimum marks criteria for colleges!

How much Marks in Neet is good: Neet is a tough exam to crack, but despite that every year many students passed it with enough marks to get admission in best medical colleges all across India.

All medical colleges in India come under two different Quotas, no matter what type of medical college it is Government, Private or Deemed.

Either it will be in 1. All India Quota or 2. State Quota.

All India Quota (contain 15% seats)- Deemed universities, central universities, ESIC and AFMC institutes’s 100% seats + 15% of all Government medical colleges are available for All India Quota seat allotment.

Neet Counselling for AIQ seats- Directorate General of Health Sciences (DGHS) conducts the counselling procedure on behalf of the Medical Counselling Committee.

2. State Quota (contain 85% seats)- Remaining 85% seats in all government medical colleges in India comes under State Quota.

Neet Counselling for State Quota seats- Counselling for these seats done by States themselves

Although the colleges come in the same quota but their minimum marks cut-off to get admission in these can be different.

And in this post, we are going to show you, How much marks in Neet is good to get an idea to get your admission in different types of colleges based on their previous cutoffs.

So let’s dive straight into it.

Minimum marks required in Neet for MBBS By NTA

This is officially required marks by NTA to be qualified as the pass from Neet exam results

The general category also known as unreserved category students need a minimum of 50 percentile around to get passed.

On the other hand, UR-PH (Unreserved - Physical Handicapped) requires 45 percentile.

And for SC/OBC/ST students it is required to get 40 percentile.

For those who don’t know what the percentile is?

Percentile used in NEET to determine students rankings. For example, 50 percentile means you must score higher than 50% of students appearing in NEET

Now let’s talk about how much marks in Neet is good,

Please Note: The below-mentioned data is taken from previous years cutoffs and different internet sources. This data changes every year based on the level of difficulty of paper and cut off marks. So we are not responsible for any mismatch or incorrect data.

It all depends on what college you're aiming for.

How much marks in neet is good For 15% All India quota.

650+ for MAMC (Maulana Azad Medical College) and for other Top medical colleges in Delhi.

630+, for other colleges in Delhi.

620+, for top colleges in other states. (Seth GS, BJMC, etc)

570+, for top 5 colleges in other states

520+, for a decent government college in a decent but not a very popular place.

<520, not so popular places, like the North East, or Andamans.

How much marks in neet is good For 85% State Quota

Well, this varies from state to state. 

A score even around 490–500 should get you into the top college in your state.

How much marks in neet is good For AFMC (Armed Forces Medical College)

The cutoff for boys, is around 490–505 so anything above that. To be on the safe side, something above 550.

The cutoff for girls is around 530–550, but to be on the safe side something above 580–590

How much marks in neet is good For Manipal,

Marks around 510 should get you admission in their course, but not with any scholarship. 10%scholarship should be available around 520+ marks

How much marks in neet is good For top Private colleges 

Marks around 560+ is a safe bet

How much marks in neet is good For all other private college

Anything above 360 marks will be enough to get you a college but the quality of the college and the amount of fee you have to pay will depend on your score.

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