NEET Qualifying Marks 2022 for various categories of candidates will be different from one another. Many students get confused about NEET Qualifying Marks 2022 and cut-off marks. First of all, you need to understand that to get admission an individual has to score at least cut-off marks, but the qualifying marks are just passing marks.
Candidates who scored only NEET Qualifying Marks 2022 will not be called for counseling. Once the result will be announced officially candidates will be called for counseling on the basis of their obtained marks, counseling will be done in multiple rounds, and those who have the highest rank will be called first for the counseling.
The National Testing Agency will release the cut-off marks for MBBS, BDS, and Ayush courses for various states and central University colleges. Qualifying marks are likely to be 50% for General category candidates, it is expected that for SC/ST/OBC it is likely to be only 40%.
Students who will score marks equal to NEET Qualifying Marks 2022 will have a very low chance to get admission in any medical College for MBBS, BDS or AYUSH course. These students can get admission in a mop-up round, if seats remain empty, while the students who will be able to secure cut-off marks for respective courses will be called for counseling in the first or second round of counseling.
|Exam||NEET 2022 (UG)|
|Exam Date||17th July 2022|
|No. Of Seats||92326 (MBBS) & 27457 (BDS)|
|No. Of Appeared Candidates||18 Lakhs +|
|Course||MBBS, BDS & AYUSH|
|NEET Qualifying Marks 2022||50% (General) & 40% (ST/SC/OBC)|
Cut-off marks for every single state will be different from one another, many factors will influence the cut-off marks of NEET 2022. As we know the exam was conducted in offline mode and candidates got 3 hours and 20 minutes of exam time to solve the maximum number of questions.
Every year students online got 3 hours but this year the time duration was increased and even the upper age limit has been removed. NEET Qualifying Marks 2022 can be much different than your expectations, although it is expected that the cut-off marks for the first round of counseling may be more than 600.
NEET Qualifying Marks 2022
NEET Qualifying Marks 2022: According to the Vidyamandir Classes expected qualifying marks are 150, the minimum qualification marks to get admission through NEET 2022 is 350 and the minimum qualification aggregate to get admission for the MBBS course in a top Government college is 600.
Although all these NEET Qualifying Marks 2022 are just expected, out of the total seats 15% comes under AQI (All India Quota) and 85% comes under State quota.
Last year National Eligibility cum Entrance Test cut-off marks for General category candidates were in the range between 720-138 marks and the cut-off percentile was only 50%. Similarly, NEET 2021 cut-off for OBC/SC/ST was between the range of 137 to 108.
NEET 2022 Expected Cut-Off Marks
By going through the table below, you will be able to know the cut-off marks for various categories of candidates. Cut-off marks which are available in the table below is expected, official cut-off will be released officially by NTA with the results.
|Category||Expected Cut-Off Marks|
|General – (Physically Handicapped)||137-122|
|SC – (Physically Handicapped)||121-108|
|ST – (Physically Handicapped)||121-108|
|OBC – (Physically Handicapped)||121-108|
NEET Cut Off 2022
National Testing Agency is responsible for conducting the NEET 2022 so keep in mind that cut-off marks will be also announced officially by the NTA. Cut-off marks you are finding on another unofficial website are just an expectation. Once NEET 2022 Cut Off marks will be released for all State and category candidates, you have to go with the following step-by-step guide to download it.
- Navigate to the official website of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test at www.neet.nta.nic.in/.
- On the official website of NEET an option of the “(NEET(UG)-2022 Cut Off Marks” will be activated, you need to click on this option.
- Once you have tapped on the above-mentioned, a pdf file will be downloaded on your device. You need to open that pdf file to know the cut-off marks of various category candidates.
We all know that in the Entrance Exam a total number of 200 objective questions were asked, out of which appearing candidates had to solve only 180. Every question which was asked in the entrance exam had a weightage of 4 marks, meaning that the papers’ weightage was of 720 marks, as per many private institutions cut off marks to get admission for MBBS course in Government colleges are likely to be above 600 marks.