NEET UG 2023 Expected Cutoff, Rank
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NEET UG 2023: Know the Expected Cutoff Marks, Previous Year Cutoff of Marks, Expected Rank and Medical Courses for Admission Through NEET

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Know NEET 2023 Expected Cutoff and Your Rank
नीट 2023 के लिए अपेक्षित कटऑफ अंक, पिछले वर्ष के कटऑफ अंक, अपेक्षित रैंक, और नीट के माध्यम से प्रवेश दिए जाने वाले मेडिकल पाठ्यक्रमों को जानें

NTA (National Testing Agency) conducted NEET UG  2023 exam on May 7, 2023. NTA will provide the provisional answer keys for NEET 2023 probably in the 1st week of June, then after the final answer key and NEET 2023 result in the 4th week of June or the 1st week of July. Since the exam is over, most of the candidates are willing to know about the next round of procedures, answer keys from NTA, expected cutoff marks of NEET 2023, last year’s NEET cutoff marks, their expected rank, medical courses and colleges in which they can take admission and the final result, AIQ rank by NTA and the counselling procedure. In this article, we are going to address many of your questions.

 What are the Courses Offered Through NEET 2023?

 Through NEET candidates  can take admission to the following medical/dental/ veterinary / nursing and related courses-

  1. MBBS ( Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery )

 2. BSc Nursing (Honours)

 3. BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery)

 4. BHMS (Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)

 5. BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery)

 6. BUMS (Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery)

 7.BSMS (Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery)

 8. BVSc & AH (Bachelor of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry)

 9. MNS (Military Nursing Services- BSc Nursing in Army.

 For MBBS from abroad / foreign countries, the candidate has to clear the NEET.

 Table showing the details of course-wise seats in India:

   Course                                        Seats

    MBBS                                        1,04,483

     BDS                                         27,948

    BAMS                                        52,720

    BVSc & AH                                   630

  NEET UG 2023 Expected Cutoff:

The Expected Cut Off for NEET 2023 according to paper analysis and Qualifying Marks are shown below. Though this is not the exact NEET Cut-Off, NTA will announce the official NEET 2023 Cut off along with NEET Result.

The Cut Off Marks for NEET UG 2023 may be as below:

 Category           Qualifying Criteria NEET 2023          Cut-Off Range

 UR/EWS             50th percentile                      716-119

 OBC                40th percentile                       118-95

 SC                 40th percentile                        118-95

 ST                  40th percentile                       118-95

 UR/EWS & PH      45th percentile                       118-107

 OBC & PH         40th percentile                        106-95

 SC & PH           40th percentile                        106-95

 ST & PH           40th percentile                        106-95

 NEET Cut Off for the Previous Year 2022:

The category-wise previous year’s NEET cutoff for 2022, 2021, and 2020 are mentioned below.

 NEET Cut Off Previous Year:

 Category    Qualifying Criteria    Cut Off 2022    Cut off 2021    Cut off 2020

 UR/EWS     50th percentile       715-117         720-138          720-147

 OBC, SC, ST 40th percentile      116-93          137-108           146-113

 UR/EWS-PH(Unreserved)-45th percentile 116-105   137-122           146-129

 SC/ST/OBC-PH-40th percentile  104-93            121-108           128-113

 How to Calculate NEET Rank by Marks:

 Candidates can use their NEET scores to calculate their expected  All-India Rank (AIR) different rank predictor platform or use the expected rank calculation table provided below before the NTA declare the NEET result. When the NEET results are declared by NTA, you would know your exact NEET score and NEET Rank.

 NEET UG 2023 Rank Predictor: Predict your UG Ranks by using expected Marks:

 Sr. No.  Expected NEET Rank 2023 – AIR         NEET Marks Scored

 1       1-100                                     705-720

 2      101-200                                    700-705

 3      201-500                                    690-700

 4     501-1000                                    679-690

 5     1001-1500                                   671-679

 6     1501-2000                                   666-671

 7   2001-2500                                     661-666

 8   2501-3000                                     657-661

 9   3001-3500                                     654-657

 10  3501-4000                                     650-653

 11  4001-4500                                     647-650

 12  4501-5000                                     645-647

 13  5001-5500                                     642-645

 14  5501-6000                                     640-642

 15  6001-6500                                     637-640

 16  6501-7000                                     635-637

 17 7001-7500                                      633-635

 18  7501-8000                                     631-633

 19 8001-8500                                      630-631

 20 8501-9000                                      627-630

 21 9001-9500                                      626-627

 22 9501-10000                                     624-626

 23 10001-20000                                    597-624

 24 20001-35000                                    568-597 

25 35001-50000                                     545-568

 26 50001-75000                                    511-545

 27 75001-90000                                    494-511 

28 90001-120000                                    463-494

NEET Cut Off 2023 for MBBS Colleges:

NEET Cut Off for the government medical colleges will be announced by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) once the NEET result is declared. NTA will publish the NEET merit list for admission to 15% All India Quota ( AIQ ) medical seats on its official portal . Cut-off marks for the remaining 85% of state quota seats will be announced by the different state medical counselling committees.

Candidates who do not get admission to government MBBS / BDS colleges can appear for the counselling of other courses. For different courses, there is a separate counselling process and students have to appear in those separately.

NEET UG 2023 Result Announcement:

The NEET 2023 result will be announced and the scorecard will be released for students at in the month of May or June. Students will be able to download the NTA – NEET results.

NEET UG 2023 Counselling:

Based on All India Rank (AIR), the NTA will prepare the NEET merit list for 2023 having rank-wise names of candidates who have qualified for the exam. The merit list will be then sent to the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of MCC for conducting NEET UG 2023 counselling for 15% AIQ for MBBS / BDS courses in all state medical colleges, seats in deemed, 100 % seats in central universities, ESIC, AFMS, and central pool seats.

 Click here to know the answers to the NEET UG 2023 paper.

In the state medical colleges, the remaining 85% of state quota seats will be allotted by state-wise state counselling committees based on the marks and rank obtained in NEET UG 2023 examination. Every state-wise state counselling body will make the state-wise merit list for NEET based on the cutoff scores. The state counselling body will also be responsible for giving admission to private medical/dental colleges located in a particular state.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

1. What is the qualifying percentile of the NEET 2023 cut-off?

Ans. NEET 2023 cutoff is the minimum qualifying percentile marks (not percentage) to be secured to pass the entrance test.

2. Will NEET 2023 cutoff be lesser than last year?

Ans: The cut-off of NEET UG 2023 might be reduced if a good number of candidates don’t secure the minimum qualifying percentile. But based on the difficulty level of this year’s NEET paper, it is estimated the cut-off may be increased this year.

3. If a student pass NEET, then can he/she participate in the counselling process?

Ans: Yes, Candidates passing the NEET test will be eligible to take part in the counselling process. It must be noted that merely qualifying for NEET does not ensure admission to get a medical or dental seat.

4. Why is the NEET Cut off percentile remained equal although the Cut off marks vary every year?

Ans: NEET Cut off percentile is already fixed to the 50th percentile of the marks for unreserved category candidates and 40th percentile marks for the reserved category candidates like SC/ST/OBC etc. The percentile is based on the relative score of all the candidates who have appeared in the exam. Thus, the corresponding marks to the percentile differ each year as the marks of the candidates are also different.

5. What was cut off for the previous year’s NEET UG 2022 exam?

Ans: Last year, the NEET cutoff passing marks for the general category was in the range of 715-117, and for SC/ ST/ OBC it was 116-93.

6. Is obtaining the NEET 2023 cutoff percentile ensures admission to the medical and dental colleges in India?

Ans: By obtaining the minimum NEET cut-off percentile, students merely become eligible to participate in the counselling process.

7. What are the cutoff marks for NEET UG 2023?

Ans: The expected cut-off marks are mentioned in the above article and the actual cut-off marks will be released by NTA.

8. What can be the rank for 500 marks in NEET 2023?

Ans. As per the last year’s rank record, marks between 494-511 can get you a rank anywhere between 75001-90000 and considering the hard competition, it might be hard to get the desired college in this rank in the general category.

9. Is 100 a good rank in NEET UG 2013?

Ans. Yes, rank 100 is a very good rank and at this rank, students can surely get the desired medical college and course.

10. Is 30000 a good rank in NEET UG 2023?

Ans. If you are from the general category, it might be difficult to get a seat in top medical colleges in India. However, you can get a seat in a medical college.

11. Is 100000 NEET rank good?

Ans. Based on the previous year’s record, many medical colleges/universities have given admissions to students with 1,00,000+ ranks in the NEET – UG. So yes, there are possibilities that you might get a medical college with this rank in India.

12. What is the minimum rank in NEET 2023 to get BDS seat?

Ans. Based on last year’s record, it can be possible that a minimum of 50th percentile (for the general category) is required for admission to dental colleges in India.

13. What is the lowest rank in NEET 2023 to get MBBS?

 Ans. As per the previous year’s data, students who score more than  550 marks in NEET have more chances to get MBBS admission in India.

14. Do I need to qualify NEET exam to get admission to MBBS from abroad?

 Ans: According to the government of India, it is mandatory to qualify NEET exam to get do MBBS from abroad.

15. Is doing MBBS from abroad less expensive than in India?

Ans:  In many countries like Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Bangladesh, Philippines, Georgia, Ukraine, Russia, China etc. cost of doing an MBBS is lesser than MBBS from a private college in India.


SP Dhewa

The author is an educator, researcher, and entrepreneur in science and technology.

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