What is the cut-off for AIPMT (now NEET) 2018?

what benefit will I get if I am an OBC candidate for AIPMT (now NEET)?


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  • cut-off varies from category to category . So, you can check it on Career360 or collegeduniya.

  • The cut off marks for unreserved category is 119 i.e 50th percentile, in case of OBC category the minimum percentile is 40 and the cut off marks is 96

  • The cut-off of AIPMT (NOW NEET) 2018 is based on the ranks, scores and category:
    If the candidate has scored around 505 to 515.15 marks his possibility of getting into a college is good as 15%seats are reserved in every college across the country for NEET candidates while other 85% quota is reserved according to the state in which local candidates get chosen who have scored around 500 to 510 marks.

    In 2017, the cut-off went like this for different category:
    For MBBS Candidates:
    Unreserved/OBC – 492 out of 720 marks
    SC – 358 out of 720 Marks
    ST – 303 out of 720 Marks
    For BDS Candidates:
    Unreserved/OBC – 478 out of 720 marks
    SC – 345 out of 720 Marks
    ST – 290 out of 720 Marks

    In 2016, the cut-off went like this for different category:
    For MBBS Candidates:
    Unreserved/OBC – 506 out of 720 marks
    SC – 383 out of 720 Marks
    ST – 336 out of 720 Marks
    For BDS Candidates:
    Unreserved/OBC – 490 out of 720 marks
    SC – 373 out of 720 Marks
    ST – 324 out of 720 Marks

    Which means the General /OBC candidate needs maximum 500 marks out of 720 to clear AIPMT (NOW NEET), while, SC/ST Candidate needs maximum 400 out of 720 marks to clear AIPMT (NOW NEET) 2018. Those candidates who have scored good marks will be called first for Counselling.

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