NEET 2019 Cut Off Marks For Government Colleges

NEET 2019 Cut Off Marks For Government Colleges

NEET Result 2019 is expected to be declared on 5th June 2019. The minimum NEET cut off marks needed to qualify the exam will be 50% ( for general category) and 40% (for the reserved once). The result will be released at the official portal that is in the form of the scorecard. The scorecard for the NEET 2019 contain students’ All India Rank (quota and category), overall and sectional marks and percentile. The process of counseling will be started after the declaration of the result.

This year, NTA has scheduled the exam date for 5th May in the offline mode. Candidates that qualify the examination will have an opportunity to grab a seat into almost 65,000 MBBS and 25,000 BDS seats in medical and dental colleges across the country. There is no provision regarding re-evaluation/re-checking of the answer sheets. After the declaration of cutoff, an All India Merit List will be prepared by NTA that will contain the names of qualified candidates with their corresponding NEET Rank.

NTA will announce NEET 2019 Result online after answer sheets are thoroughly evaluated. To check the NEET result, follow the steps given below:

  1. Visit the official website of NEET at
  2. Under the Online Services, click on NEET Result
  3. A new tab will get open. Enter the required credentials to get NEET Results
  4. Enter your NEET credentials – Roll No. and Date of Birth and then submit it after verifying the entered details.
  5. NEET Result will be displayed on the screen.
  6. Download and take the printout of NTA NEET Score Card

How to Calculate NEET Score and Ranks

With the help of NEET Answer Key, candidates can calculate their expected scores and ranks. They can tally their answers with those given in answer key before the NEET Result is released. The marking scheme followed by NTA in NEET 2019 is given below-

For every correct answer, 4 marks are rewarded.

For marking the wrong option, -1 is deducted as penalty.

No mark is deducted for un-attempted questions and marking more than 1 option.

Total Marks = 180 MCQs X 4 = 720 Marks

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