Exams and Cutoffs
Questions related to Government Medical College, Haldwani
as a neet aspirant, how much marks should I score to take admission here?
You didn't mention the category you belong to and your state of domicile. So , do let me know these so that I can help you in a better way as these plays an important role in deciding how much marks you need to score in neet examination to get into medical colleges.
If you belong to general category then you need to get at least 570+ marks in neet examination in order to get a seat in government medical college . But cut off marks for Medical Colleges keeps changing depending upon several factors like number of students that appeared in the exam, kind of marks scored by students, toughness level of exam , your state of domicile, the category you belong to etc . So you should better target around 600 marks in neet examination if you want to get into a good government medical college as more is your marks better is the college you get.
Good luck for your neet preparation and examination
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