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My NEET 2020 rank is 9328. What best medical collelege can I get with this rank?
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You are scoring an sufficient marks to get an government college in NEET.
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I got 506 in neet 2020 I belong to general category. can I get into rajiv gandhi institute of medical sciences ongole, under 15% aiq quota ?
If you got 506 marks in neet and belong to genral catagory you have no chance to get all india quota seat in government medical college. But you may get admission in Rajiv Institute of medical science through state quota. This information is based on previous years cutoff and the cutoff marks change every year. It's depends upon number of students that appeared in examination, number of seats available in colleges, difficulties of question paper, reservation catagory, previous years cutoff trends, etc.
You can use neet college predictor to know which college you may get with your marks. That is mentioned below:-
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