5th June 2019 came with a loud band as expected by the medical aspirants across the country. Amidst speculations regarding the announcement of NEET 2019 Results, the National Testing Agency (NTA) finally declared the same before the day’s sunset.
To begin with a brief summary of the same, the National Testing Agency (NTA) released the much-awaited NEET result 2019 along with the NEET cut-off 2019. The cut-off released depicts the minimum marks required to qualify the NEET 2019 exam in respective categories. When compared the NEET 2019 cut-off with the NEET 2018 cut-off, one can make out a hike of 15 marks in each category.
Cut-off for all categories
- The cut-off percentile for the general category is 50th percentile, while the equivalent marks have been declared as 701 to 134.
*To know cut-off in other categories, refer the table given below.
A candidate can find his/her cut-off percentile on the score card available. However, it is worth noting that only the candidates scoring equal to or more than the NEET Cut off 2019 will be eligible for admission to medical, dental and allied courses as per their choices and seats available. If a candidate wishes to pursue MBBS in abroad, he/she will also be required to score marks equal to NEET cut-off 2019 in order to be deemed eligible for foreign medical universities.
Breakdown of NEET 2019 Cut-off
|Category||Minimum Qualifying Percentile||Qualifying Scores|
|Unreserved (UR)||50th Percentile||701-134|
|Unreserved Physically Handicapped (UR-PH)||45th Percentile||133-120|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||40th Percentile||133-107|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)
Other Backward Classes
What is NEET Cut off 2019 – Percentile Mode?
NEET 2019 Cut off is postulated in the form of percentile instead of percentage or marks. Percentile represents a number where a certain percentage of scores fall below that number. Hence, percentile depicts a candidates’ performance in comparison to other candidates.
For example, the NEET Cut off 2019 which is 50th percentile for unreserved category candidates, implies that a candidate is required to score more than 50% of candidates belonging to the specific category.
How to calculate NEET 2019 Percentile
To know your percentile score, simply refer to the table placed in the respective category you belong to.
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