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NTA NEET Result 2020: Check cut-off trends of previous years

Written by Careers360 | New Delhi |

Updated: October 4, 2020 2:52:45 pm





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NTA NEET Result 2020: National Testing Agency (NTA) is anticipated to launch the NEET end result by October 12. The end result will likely be declared within the on-line mode for over 13 lakh candidates on the official web site, ntaneet.nic.in. Candidates must fill their credentials like roll quantity and date of beginning to examine the end result. The qualifying cut-off may even be declared together with the end result.

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NEET outcomes will likely be launched within the kind of a scorecard. Details such because the candidate’s All India Rank, class rank, complete marks scored, NEET percentile rating will likely be talked about within the scorecard.

NEET cut-off

NEET cut-off is the minimal marks that candidates must safe within the entrance examination to turn out to be eligible to use for admission into MBBS/BDS programs.

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The cut-off adjustments yearly relying on components akin to the problem degree of the NEET examination, quantity of aspirants showing for the examination, availability of seats, and so on. and it additionally range class clever. Candidates can examine the previous years’ NEET cut-off trends which have been talked about within the desk beneath.

NEET qualifying marks for MBBS/BDS

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NTA concluded the NEET examination on September 13 in offline mode and is prone to declare the end result by October 12. On the premise of NEET scores, 542 medical and 313 dental schools will supply admission into 80,055 MBBS and 26,949 BDS seats respectively to the certified candidates.

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