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NEET 2024 Cut-Off – Check Category-wise, Qualifying Marks and College-wise Cut off

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NEET Cut Off 2024

The National Testing Agency (NTA) is the main body responsible for conducting NEET Exam every year. After conducting NEET Exam NTA releases NEET Results and NEET Cutoff score every year. The NEET qualifying percentile score remains almost same as the last year. The cut off percentile score  for NEET is 50% marks for general category, 45% marks for PH (general)candidates and 40% for candidates from the reserved category and PH(reserved category) . NTA Publishes all details regarding NEET Exam, NEET Admit Card, Answer key, NEET Result and NEET Cutoff on the official website at www.neet.nta.nic.

NEET Cut-Off publish by the NTA on the official website at neet.nta.nic.in after the declaration of NEET results. NTA is the main body responsible for releasing the NEET Cutoff score.

NEET Cut Off: Table of Contents

About NEET Cut off

The NEET cut off is generally of two types – admission cut-off, and qualifying cut-off.

NEET Admission Cut-off:

NEET admission cut-off is the last rank at which the admission will be granted to a candidate. Admission cut-off changes according to colleges and category of student.

 NEET Qualifying Cut-off:

NEET qualifying cut-off is the minimum marks that a candidate must score to pass the exam. NEET qualifying cut-off percentile for the general category was 50th and for SC/ST/OBC category was 40th, for general PH its 45 and for category PH Its 40.

All medical colleges grant admission on the basis of NEET cut-off. If you’re looking for admission in a particular state then you should keep an eye on the State-wise and college wise NEET Cut off.

Factors That Determine NEET Cut Off (Qualifying)

  • The difficulty level of NEET Question Paper
  • Number of total available seats
  • Total Number of candidates appearing for NEET Exam

NEET Cut Off Percentile

You can refer to the below table for the latest NEET cut off percentile for General, General -PH and SC/ST/OBC, SC/ST/OBC -PH Categories. 

Category NEET Cut off Percentile 
UR/EWS50th
OBC/ SC/ ST40th
General – PH45th
OBC/ SC/ ST- PH40th

NEET Cut off Trend

We have also provided here the previous year’s cutoff for students to compare the NEET cutoff for both the years:

The pie chart shows the cut-off marks for the NEET 2023 exam, according to category. The cut-off mark is the minimum score a candidate needs to qualify for the exam. Here’s a breakdown of the cut-off marks:

  • UR/EWS (Unreserved/Economically Weaker Section): 137 marks
  • UR/EWS-PH (Unreserved/Economically Weaker Section- Physically Handicapped): 121 marks
  • OBC/SC/ST (Other Backward Class/Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe): 107 marks
  • SC/ST-PH (Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe- Physically Handicapped): 107 marks
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Here the following table represent the past years cutoff according to category wise

Category Percentile 2022 2021 2020 2019 2018
UR-General
50th
117
138
146
134
119
UR-PH
45th
105
122
129
120
107
SC/ST/OBC
40th
93
108
113
107
96
PH-SC/ST/OBC
40th
93
108
113
107
96

NEET Cutoff year wise for General Category

The NEET UG cut off percentile for the general category to qualify for the entrance exam is 50th. Check the year-wise NEET cutoff for general category from the table below.

NEET Cut off Year-wise for General Category

YearNEET Cut off Score
2022715-117
2021720-138
2020720-147
2019701-134

NEET Cut off Year wise for OBC Category

The NEET 2022 cutoff percentile for the OBC category to qualify for the entrance exam is 40th. Check the year-wise NEET cut off for the OBC category from the table below.

NEET cutoff Year-wise for OBC Category

YearNEET Cut off Score
2022116-93
2021137-108
2020146-113
2019133-107

NEET Cutoff Year wise for SC/ST Category

For SC/ST category students, the NEET 2022 cutoff percentile to qualify for the entrance exam is also 40th. Check the year-wise NEET cut off for the SC/ST category from the table below.

NEET Cut off for SC/ST Category

YearNEET Cutoff Scores
2022116-93
2021137-108
2020146-113
2019133-107

College Wise & Category Wise Cut off

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FAQs About NEET Cut off

What is NEET cutoff?
Ans: NEET cutoff is the minimum marks that a candidate must score in order to be eligible for admission to MBBS or BDS courses in India. The cutoff is different for each category, such as General, OBC, SC, and ST.
What are the factors that determine NEET cutoff?
Ans:
The factors that determine NEET cutoff include the following:
The difficulty level of the NEET Exam
The number of candidates who appeared for the NEET Exam
The number of seats available in MBBS and BDS Courses
The reservation policy of the government
When is NEET cutoff released?
Ans: NEET cutoff is released by the National Testing Agency (NTA) after the declaration of NEET results. The cutoff is usually released in September or October.
How can I check NEET cutoff?
Ans: You can check NEET cutoff on the NTA website or on the websites of various medical colleges.
What are the benefits of scoring above NEET cutoff?
Ans:
The benefits of scoring above NEET cutoff include the following:
You will be eligible for admission to a top medical college
You will have a better chance of getting a government seat
You will have more options for choosing a medical college
What are the disadvantages of scoring below NEET cutoff?
Ans:
The disadvantages of scoring below NEET cutoff include the following:
You may not be eligible for admission to any medical college
You may have to settle for a lower-ranked medical college
You may have to pay higher fees for a medical college
How can I improve my chances of scoring above NEET cutoff?
Ans:
There are a few things you can do to improve your chances of scoring above NEET cutoff:
Start preparing for NEET early
Join a good coaching institute
Take mock tests regularly
Revise your notes regularly
Get a good night’s sleep before the exam
Eat a healthy breakfast on the day of the exam
Stay calm and focused during the exam
Q. Can I expect a drop in NEET cut off?
Ans: The delay in the session has no relation with the cut-off.
Q How NEET Cutoff Calculated?
Ans: The cut off is totally dependent on factors like the number of students appearing, the difficulty level of the paper, the performance of test-takers, etc.
Q Where to Check NEET Cutoff?
Ans: Please check the cutoff from the official website as it is released by the NTA.
Q: What is the validity of NEET cut off marks or score?
Ans: The validity of NEET score is 1 year.
Q: What is the NEET UG Qualifying Cutoff?
Ans: NEET qualifying cut-off is the minimum marks that a candidate must score to pass the exam. NEET qualifying cut-off percentile for the general category was 50th and for SC/ST/OBC category was 40th, for general PH its 45 and for category PH Its 40.
Q. How the NEET cutoff is be calculated?
Ans: The NEET cutoff is calculated based on the scores. For example: if 10000
Q. How is the NEET cutoff be calculated?
Ans: The NEET cutoff is calculated based on the scores. For example: if 100000 students taken NEET exam and 50 percentile is cut off for general category and 50000 th student scores 117 marks then for general category cutoff will be 117.
Q How NEET Percentile calculated?
Ans: Formula to calculate NEET Percentile is (Total No of Students Appeared in Exam – Rank of Student) % Total No of Students Appeared in Exam*100= Percentile of Student

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