The National Testing Agency is yet to declare the results for the National Eligibility and Entrance Test or NEET 2021. The official answer keys for the medical entrance examination have been released by the agency, based on which aspirants have calculated a tentative score. Furthermore, various sources have also provided marks vs rank analysis, based on which candidates can get an idea about their expected ranks.
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With this, a major question that has been bothering candidates is whether they will get a seat in All-India Quota (AIQ) or state counselling. Firstly, it must be noted that NEET 2021 counselling is held separately for 15% seats in AIQ and 85% in the state quotas. This year, the overall difficulty level of NEET 2021 examination was moderate. As a result, experts are predicting that the scores are likely to remain low.
Expected NEET 2021 Cut-off for AIQ (15%)
|EWS (From 2021)||596±2|
Since the reservation rule for the OBC category candidates is applicable for all colleges, hence the cut-off is likely to remain less.
The colleges which were allotted for the MBBS course for NEET 2020 are:
|GN NO||15038||Rajah Muthiah Medical College, Tamil Nadu|
|OBC||15024||Zoram Medical College, Mizoram|
|EWS NO||15004||Zoram Medical College, Mizoram|
|SC||81121||Rajah Muthiah Medical College, Tamil Nadu|
|ST||96759||IRT Perundurai Medical College, Tamil Nadu|
|GN PWD||591575||Zoram Medical College, Mizoram|
This previous year’s data is based on unofficial sources. Candidates should only refer to this information for reference purposes. The cut-off rank and allotted institute will help them analyse their chances of securing admission to their desired colleges.
State-wise Expected NEET 2021 Cut-off for State Quota
|J & K||505±10||430±10||405±10||395±10|
These expected cut-offs are for the government medical colleges in the respective states. It must be noted that based on the tentative scores, candidates can have an idea regarding the expected cut-offs. These cut-offs have been compiled from various sources. Candidates should refer to the official cut-offs and ranks once they are released.