NEET Cutoff marks is now available with the result. The candidates who achieve more than or equal to the cutoff marks of NEET 2019 are eligible to be included in the NEET 15% All India Rank 2019. Such candidates will be able to participate in the online counselling and seat allotment by the MCC.
The cutoff marks of NEET 2019 is 701-134 for others / UR category, 133-107 marks for the OBC/SC/ST candidates. For the UR-PH candidates, the qualifying marks is 133-120. For the OBC SC / ST category it is 119-107. The NEET 2019 cutoff percentile for the open category candidates is 50th percentile, for the UR-PH/SC/ST/OBC it is 40th percentile, for SC-PH/ST-PH/OBC-PH it is 45th percentile.
The cutoff marks have gone up this time. Last year the cutoff marks for Open category was 691 – 119, 118– 107 for the UR-PH category, 118 – 96 for the SC/ST/OBC category. For the SC-PH/ST-PH/OBC-PH it was 106 – 96.
The cutoff of NEET 2019 is as per the percentile scores of the candidates. The cutoff percentile remains the same every year. However, the cutoff marks changes. This is because every year there is fluctuation in the number of candidates appearing for the exam, the difficulty level, and various other factors. Therefore, the cutoff marks that fall in the cutoff percentile varies.
The result is available in the form of the NEET 2019 Scorecard at ntaneet.nic.in. To check the result the candidates have to log in using their roll number and date of birth. In the dashboard, they can check the NEET Result link. On accessing the same, the result appears on the screen.
The NEET Toppers 2019 are Nalin Khandelwal (AIR 1) with 701 marks, Bhavik Bansal (AIR 2) with 700 marks, and Akshat Kaushik (AIR 3) with 700 marks. The percentile scores of these 3 toppers are 99.9999291, 99.9997873 and 99.9997873 respectively. Nalin Khandelwal (AIR 1) is from Rajasthan, Bhavik Bansal (AIR 2) is from Delhi and Akshat Kaushik (AIR 3) is from Uttar Pradesh.
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The highlights of the NEET 2019 result is that 15,19,375 candidates have registered this year which is 14.52% increase from NEET held last year. The number of candidates who have qualified the exam is 7,97,042.
More females have qualified this year than the males this year in NEET. The number of qualified females is 4,45,761 and the number qualifying males are 3,51,278. The number of transgenders who qualified for NEET 2019 is 3. 12,04,968 candidates have taken the exam in the English language and 1,79,857 candidates took the exam in the Hindi language.
The candidates who qualify the cutoff marks are called for the MCC NEET 2019 counselling rounds. The candidates have to register online for the counselling and participate in the choice filling and seat allotment rounds. The selected candidates are then called for document verification.
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