Expected Cutoff of NEET 2020
The National Testing Agency (NTA) prescribed the minimum cut off for NEET for students who want to take admission in medical colleges in India. It is on these cut-off scores that the merit list is released and the students are placed.
Factors Affecting NEET Cut-Off Score 2020
- Total Number of students appearing for NEET exam.
- The total number of seats available across India consisting of government and private medical colleges.
- The difficulty level of the NEET exam.
NEET 2020 Expected Cut Off for MBBS UG Admission
The medical students are expected to obtain the minimum percentile in NEET 2020 test. This will be determined by your score obtained in the test.
The percentile is subjected to the following minimum requirement:
- Unreserved Category (UR)/ General Category – 50 percentile
- SC/ST/OBC Category – 40 percentile
- Unreserved Category PH (UR PH) – 54 Percentile
Let’s See the Trend of Previous Years NEET Cut Off
NEET 2019 Qualifying Percentile
|Category||Qualifying Percentile||Cutoff scores|
NEET 2018 Qualifying Percentile
|Category||NEET Qualification Percentile||NEET Qualifying Score (out of 720)|
NEET 2017 Qualifying Percentile
|Category||Minimum Qualifying Percentile||Marks Range|
|Unreserved (UR)||50th Percentile||697-131|
|Unreserved Physically Handicapped (UR-PH)||45th Percentile||130-118|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||40th Percentile||130-107|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||40th Percentile||130-107|
|Other Backward Classes (OBC)||40th Percentile||130-107|
If you see the trend, the cut off scores is unexpected. This leads you with a 600+ score for unreserved and 400+ reserved categories to ensure that you secure a seat.