The NTA or the National Testing Agency announces the percentile of NEET 2020 cut-off. Thus, the NTA will announce the official cut-off by the mid of the October month by Expected Category.
Though, the NEET Cut-off merely differs as per the Expected Category. Thus, a candidate need to score the qualifying marks for the percentile of year 2020. It is to crack the examination. Looking over the statistics of previous year, 14,10,755 students appeared in the examination. And out of these, only 7,97,042 students qualified in the examination.
As per the data of previous year, the unreserved category had to fall between NEET passing mark range of 701-104. It is to get equal to the 50th percentile. As per the statement of the NEET reservation criteria, the candidates from the reserved category need to score marks in range of 133-107.
Furthermore, the Factors considering the NEET cut-off for BDS and MBBS students:
- Number of the candidates who appeared in the examination.
- The difficulty level of the question paper of NEET 2020.
- Total number of seats available.
Percentile v/s Marks: NEET 2020 cut off
The minimum qualifying marks for NEET 2020 in the NEET cut off percentile shows the comparison of performance of a candidate with that of others. The general category candidates need to secure at least 50th percentile. On the other hand, those belonging from the reserved category need to secure around 40th percentile for qualifying the examination. Previous year, the minimum passing marks for the unreserved category was 134 and for the OBS, SC, & ST students, it was 107.
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