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What is NEET 2019 cutoff for Bharti Vidyapeeth Dental College Pune? Can i get admission in 300 marks?
At first I would like to suggest you to go through the the previous year's cut-off details of Bharati Vidyapeeth Dental College Pune described in following Careers360 article to gain a vivid perception regarding your query:
After analysing it, you can observe that the last qualifying rank of this institution in 2019 was 154357 where your estimated All India rank must be in between 286265 - 326432 on the basis of your expected marks. For reference:
If you're General or OBC category canditate so it's quite clear for you also that you don't have any kind of possibility to get admission in your desirable college with this marks and rank. But if you belong to SC or ST category, then there may be a little hope in this regard. You may check the following websites:
However your rank is genuinely suitable for many other Private instituions in Maharashtra, you can also apply for those.
Moreover you can also check your admission chances through Careers360 NEET College predictor tool:
Wish you all the best !!
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