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how many marks get in neet exam for MBBS
The admission to Medical colleges in India is through marks scored in NEET(National Eligibility cum Entrance Test).
Every year the cutoff for NEET changes depending upon the difficulty level of the question paper,the number of candidates appearing for the examination,the category of the candidates etcetra.
There are two types of cutoffs for admission through NEET:
Qualifying cutoff and Admission cutoff.
Qualifying cutoff is the minimum cutoff percentile and scores needed to qualify the entrance exam. Candidates who qualify this cutoff are only eligible to apply for admission.
While the admission cutoff is the cutoff which is declared by the colleges to admit the candidates to their institutions.
NEET 2019 qualifying cutoff percentile is as follows:
For admission to government medical colleges, there are two types of seats-All India Quota seats and State quota seats.
In order to get admission through 15 percent All India Quota, you must try to secure 600+ marks in the NEET exam and for state quota seats try 550+ marks to get admission in government colleges.
You can use the link given below to check the previous year cutoff:
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