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pls tell how much should me my score to get a seart in aiims raipur
It is a little bit difficult to predict marks required by you to get a seat in AIIMS Raipur or any other Aiims
This is because,
it is the first time ever when AIIMS will be conducting admission through neet entrance examination, also marks required to get a seat will depend upon various factors like
- kind of marks obtained by students in the examination ,
- Number of students that appear in neet
- toughness level of the neet examination etc.
Also, seats are very limited in AIIMS ,
keeping these things in mind you should target around 650 marks at least in your neet examination if you want to get a seat in Aiims Raipur
what would be the approx cutoff for aiims raipur 2020 just to have an idea...... of category general ews
To answer your question, one can neither predict the difficulty level of the AIIMS examination and nor can one predict how the rest of the candidates will perform.
However, to have a rough idea of what is the needed cut off percentile to crack AIIMS, you can look at the following data:
- 2018 AIIMS qualifying percentile was 98.83.
- 2018 AIIMS Raipur cut off percentile was 99.69 and the cut off rank was less than 1100 for general category.
- 2017 AIIMS Raipur cut off percentile was 99.47 and the cut off rank was less than 1500 for general category.
Hence, you will have to prepare strategically for the examination. Practice a lot of previous year question papers so that you get the hang of the pattern of the examination.
Which college should I join? Gmc bhopal or mgm indore or AIIMS Raipur?
Dear aspirant,Kudos for clearing AIIMS UG examination.Now coming to your question,if i was to choose from the above i would definitely go with AIIMS Raipur,because it is bit of constructional delays of things which a new comer don’t need. MBBS Students need lots of library facility and very good faculties, which is excellent there. Teachers and management approach to support student for studies is excellent. Beautiful teacher student relationship.and also i holds a brand value of "AIIMS".
hope this will help.for further queries related to this topic,feel free to post down in the comment section below.
With 635 UR, I got AIIMS Raipur in round 1. Considering now 21 seats are vacant for UR in AIIMS BBSR, what is my chance there in 2nd round?
First if all congratulations for getting AIIMS raipur.As far as the upgradation is concerned to other AIIMS since there are 21 seats left there are around 50% chance of getting bbsr AIIMS. It would depend upon the students between you that is 21 ,how many of them report and accept the college.
ALL THE BEST FOR YOUR COUNSELLING!
With UR 635, I have got AIIMS Raipur in round 1. Considering this years scenario, whats my chances of AIIMS BBSR? Please advise.
Congratulations on securing a seat in AIIMS RAIPUR.
With 635 rank under UR category, your chances of getting a seat in AIIMS BBSR in second round of counselling are very low.
The cutoff for AIIMS BBSR in UR category for the year 2018 was 542 rank and for 2017 was 571 rank.
Hope it helps!
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