Exams and Cutoffs
Questions related to JSS Ayurveda Medical College, Mysuru
suppose if i wil get a 5,10 marks in neet then can i take a admission in private colleges by management through.
No, if you get 5-10 marks in NEET Examination , then I'm extremely sorry to tell you dear but you cannot take admission in Medical College not even in private medical colleges under management quota.
This is because,
To be eligible for taking admission in any medical college even in private medical colleges under management quota, it is mandatory to qualify neet examination with its qualifying cut off . But with 5-10 marks you cannot qualify NEET examination , So you will not get admission with 5 to 10 marks in NEET.
NEET qualifying cut off is 50 percentile for general category , 45 percentile for pH category student and 40 percentile for OBC, SC and ST category. In general you should try to get at least 150 marks based on previous year trends in NEET examinations to qualify its cutoff
You can prepare well using our neet knockout for which link is provided below
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