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how much marks required in neet to get admission in Bhms
It's difficult to predict about the exact possibilities of admission, as it depends upon a lot of factors such as the exam pattern, the number of students appeared, the number of students qualified, the highest NEET score, whether you belong to any category or not. Cut-off changes from state to state. It also varies from all india quota seats to state quota seats.
Here you haven't mentioned your state and the category you belong to. So it's difficult to predict which college you might get.
There are 3 types of colleges, government, semi-government and private colleges. For general candidate you need to score more than 420, for semi government you should score more than 400 and for private colleges you need to score above 280. The admission in BHMS is done on the basis of NEET score.
So considering you as a general candidate, you need to score in a range of 350-490, if you score above 420 , then there will be chances of getting government seat in BHMS under general category.
Here are the few links to get an idea about which college you might get. Check the NEET predictor tool to get an idea.
Hope it helps.
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