NEET Expected Cut off 2022: Check Category Wise MBBS, BDS, Ayush Cut off, Qualifying Marks for GEN, OBC, SC, ST, EWS.

NEET Expected Cut off 2022: Check Category Wise MBBS, BDS, Ayush Cut off, Qualifying Marks for GEN, OBC, SC, ST, EWS.

NEET Cutoff 2022 :The National Testing Agency (NTA) has announced that NEET cut off percentile with the official manual and the official brochure. NEET 2022 cutoff marks will be announced along with the result of neet.nta.nic.in. Many of the Training institutions have already issued the expected cutoff to clear the eligibility of the NEET 2022. According to scholars, the expected NEET cutoffs will undergo a slight decline and will be slightly lower than the last year. Check out the expected NEET cut by a experts below. The NTA successfully completed the NEET test on July 17, 2022. Applicants interested in knowing about NEET cutoff 2022 will be given details soon on this page.

NEET cutoff is basically the minimum eligible marks must be obtained to pass the NEET entrance test. The NEET UG 2022 cutoff for the applicants of the regular or the general category is the 50th percentile. While SC / ST / OBC and standard PH candidates, the ideal NEET percentile is 40th and 45th percentile, respectively. Last year, the average NEET cutoff scores were 720-147, while for SC / ST / OBC it was 146-113. Candidates aspiring for the medical studies will be selected on the basis of NEET cutoff 2022 and they are further are admitted to MBBS, BDS, AYUSH, BVSc & AH and BSc Nursing. Now focusing on the previous year statistics out of 15,97,435 test takers, only 7,71,500 aspirants managed to pass the exam by securing NEET minimum qualifying percentile.
In the event of vacant seats, the NTA in consultation with the National Medical Commission (NMC) and the Indian Dental Council (DCI) may reduce the reduction of NEET. The NTA will update the NEET merit 2022 list on the basis of NEET cutoff marks. Based on the termination of NEET 2022, 15% All India Quota (AIQ) will be accepted, 85% state quota, university / middle class, ESIC / AFMS institutions, AIIMS colleges and JIPMER. NEET counseling on 15% AIQ, university / middle class, AFMS / ESIC, AIIMS and JIPMER will be done by the Medical Advisory Committee (MCC). Based on the determination of NEET 2022, various state advisory authorities will conduct the process for the approval of 85% of the state quota seats.

NEET 2022 Expected Cut Off

Different leading training institutions will issue NEET expected percentile marks. With the help of the expected merit of NEET 2022 cutoff, aspirants can have a rough idea of a rank that should be attained for cracking this. Depending on the NEET rank, aspiring candidates can make a list of colleges where they can get admission.

NEET 2022 Expected Cut Off Details

The NEET 2022 cut off will be released along with the result on the NEET results website. NEET score card dates will be issued later. Meanwhile the candidates can have a check on the previous year cut off percentages and scores of NEET 2021 in the table mentioned below.

Category NEET 2022 Expected Cut off ScoreNEET 2022 Expected Cut off Percentile 
General720-13850th
OBC/ SC/ ST137-10840th
 
General – PH137-12245th
OBC/ SC/ ST- PH121-10840th

NEET Cut Off Trend 2022

>If you’re appearing for NEET 2022 Exam, you can refer to the below table to get a deeper insight into the previous year’s cut off. According to our analysis NEET cut off increases with each passing year for every category.

Category2021 Cut off 2020 Cut off 2019 Cut off 2018 Cut off 2017 Cut off 
General Category720-138720-147701 – 134691 – 119697 – 131
OBC/ SC/ ST137-108146-113133 – 107118 – 96130 – 107
General Category – Physically Handicapped137-122146-129133 – 107118 – 96130 – 118
OBC/SC/ST/-PH121-108128-113133-107118 – 96130 – 107

NEET 2021 cut off for different categories

CategoryNEET 2021 cut off percentileNEET 2021 cut off scoresNo. of qualified candidates
UR/ EWS50th percentile720-138770864
OBC40th percentile137-10866978
SC40th percentile137-10822384
ST40th percentile137-1089312
UR/ EWS-PWD45th percentile137-122313
OBC-PWD40th percentile121-108157
SC-PWD40th percentile121-10859
ST-PWD40th percentile121-10814

Year-wise Analysis of NEET Cutoff Percentile and Scores

According to the manual, NEET determined the cutoff (minimum eligibility for NEET 2022) provides a comparison of student performance among others and provided an opinion on the NEET marks obtained. This means that NEET has determined the 2022 percentile that determines on the basis of the high marks mentioned in the NEET UG eligibility list prepared by the NTA MBBS / BDS accreditation. For example, NEET 2022 cutoff for the general category is 50th percentile which means that aspirants from the same category need to attain equal to or more than 50% of the candidates who appeared for the NEET 2022 exam.
As mentioned before to qualify for the NEET exam candidates need to secure the minimum pass marks or simply the cutoff’s , as specified by the NTA. Further , telling that the previous NEET cutoff scores for the standard category were 720-147, equivalent to the 50th percentile. For the SC / ST / OBC nominees, the NEET cut points were between 146-113, equivalent to the 40th percentile. Check out the previous year’s cutoff and the minimum marks required below:-

NEET MBBS/BDS cut off 2020, 2019

CategoryNEET cutoff percentileNEET 2020 cut off scoresNEET cutoff 2019 scores
Unreserved50th percentile720-147701-134
SC/ST/OBC40th percentile146-113133-107
Unreserved-PH45th percentile146-129133-120
SC/ST/OBC-PH40th percentile128-113119-107

Purpose of why the NEET 2022 cutoff is required?

By taking the help of the cutoff and making use of the NEET cutoff the merit list will be prepared by the NTA for the admissions to 15% All India Quota (AIQ) admission, moderated universities, ESIC / AFMS institutions, AIIMS colleges and JIPMER. The Medical Advisory Committee (MCC) will conduct NEET 2022 counseling based on relevant NEET percentiles. While, NEET 2022 discontinued public colleges will be used by state advisory authorities to be admitted to 85% of state seats and to all seats in private colleges.
Using the of NEET 2022 cutoff, the eligibility list will be prepared by the NTA for 15% All India Quota (AIQ) admission, deemed/central universities, ESIC / AFMS institutes, AIIMS colleges and JIPMER. The Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) will conduct NEET 2022 counseling based on relevant NEET percentiles. While, NEET 2022 discontinued government colleges will be used by state advisory authorities to be admitted to 85% of state seats and to all seats in private colleges.

What are the details mentioned on NEET UG Result 2022?

By taking the help of the cutoff and making use of the NEET cutoff the merit list will be prepared by the NTA for the admissions to 15% All India Quota (AIQ) admission, moderated universities, ESIC / AFMS institutions, AIIMS colleges and JIPMER. The Medical Advisory Committee (MCC) will conduct NEET 2022 counseling based on relevant NEET percentiles. While, NEET 2022 discontinued public colleges will be used by state advisory authorities to be admitted to 85% of state seats and to all seats in private colleges.
Using the of NEET 2022 cutoff, the eligibility list will be prepared by the NTA for 15% All India Quota (AIQ) admission, deemed/central universities, ESIC / AFMS institutes, AIIMS colleges and JIPMER. The Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) will conduct NEET 2022 counseling based on relevant NEET percentiles. While, NEET 2022 discontinued government colleges will be used by state advisory authorities to be admitted to 85% of state seats and to all seats in private colleges.
Admission to the following UG medical seats will be considered on NEET 2022 cut off:
⇒ 15% All India Quota (AIQ) seats
⇒ 85% State Quota seats
⇒ Deemed and Central universities
⇒ ESIC and AFMS
⇒ Private institutess
⇒ AIIMS institutes
⇒ JIPMER colleges

Factors and the basis of the NEET cutoff

NEET 2022 cutoffs are determined by the following MBBS / BDS adoption criteria:⇒ Number of registrants for the NEET exam
⇒ NEET difficulty level
⇒ Total NEET seats available.

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