NEET Cut Off 2020
NEET Cut Off 2020
The NTA (National Testing Agency) has released the NEET Cut Off score of 2020. The result is declared on October 16, 2020. The result of the candidates can be seen here. The mentioned website shows the NEET 2020 Cut-off for students of all categories, such as General, OBC, SC, and ST. The exam was held on September 13 and October 14 by NTA (National Testing Agency). In NEET 2020, more than 14 lakhs of students appeared for the same. The candidates/students must secure qualifying marks and score in 2020 to qualify for the NEET entrance exam. The cut-off rises for PWD, OBC, SC, and ST categories in NEET 2020 compared to the year 2019.
Maharashtra, Assam, Jammu and Kashmir, Chhattisgarh, and Telangana are the states that have the lowest percentages of qualifying candidates in NEET 2020. But, 56.44% have qualified out of the total candidates who appeared in the NEET 2020 entrance exam. The attendance dropped to 85.57% in the year 2020 compared to 92.85% in the year 2019. Soyeb Aftab from Odisha and Akansha Singh from Delhi are the two students who scored full marks (720 out of 720) in the exam. Three out of the top five in NEET AIRs are women.
Medical Counselling Committees (MCC) will prepare the merit list for admission to 15% AIQ, deemed/central universities. AFMS and ESIC institutes are based on the minimum qualifying percentile of the NEET 2020 exam. The state-wise cut-off of NEET 2020 will be used for 85% state quota admissions and other private institutions. The closing rank and cut-off for the colleges will be broadcasted soon by the colleges.
NEET Cut off Percentile and Score for MBBS/BDS
|Category||NEET Cut Off Percentile 2020||NEET Cut Off Scores 2020|
|General – PH||45||146-129|
|SC/ST/OBC – PH||40||128-113|
The NEET cut-off 2020 has risen compared to the last two years, i.e., 2018 and 2019. The following table shows the cut-off of the last two years of the NEET entrance exam:
|Category||NEET cut-off percentile||NEET 2019 Cut-off Scores||NEET 2018 Cut-off Scores|
|UR – PH||45||133-120||118-107|
|SC/ST/OBC – PH||40||119-107||106-96|
Criteria used for Calculating the NEET Cut-off 2020
Following criteria/parameters are used to calculate the NEET cut-off 2020:
- Number of candidates appeared for the NEET 2020 exam
- The difficulty level of question paper of NEET 2020 exam
- Total seats available for admission.
Tie-breaking Process for Two or More Candidates having Equal Marks
If there exist two or more candidates who have secured equal NEET cut-off scores, then the below tie-breaking criteria are used in order of the preference as mentioned:
- Higher marks in Biology-
The candidate with more marks in Biology will be considered for the merit list.
- Higher marks in Chemistry-
If the marks in biology are the same for the candidates, then the candidate with more Chemistry marks is considered for the merit list.
- Number of incorrect answers-
If the marks of Biology and chemistry are the same for the candidates, then the student with fewer incorrect answers is considered.
If all the above criteria do not pick the better rank, then the elder candidate is considered a higher rank in the merit list.
How to Check NEET Result 2020?
To check the NEET 2020 result, follow the below steps:
- Open the result link by clicking here.
- Enter your NEET roll number, Date of Birth (DOB), and Security Pin on the loaded website.
- After submitting the above details, the scorecard will appear mentioning the name, date of birth, the application number, total marks, subject-wise marks, NEET All India Rank (AIR), cut-off 2020, and qualifying status of the candidate.