After the conclusion of NEET on May 07, 2017, there is no measure of curiosity to know the rank as per the marks. Candidates have calculated their expected marks on the basis of NEET official answer key published by CBSE on June 15. However, predicting the rank can be difficult and seems like a mystery. Candidates can check NEET 2017 rank, when CBSE releases merit list for MBBS and BDS admission. Therefore, the information NEET marks vs rank 2017 helps the candidate to check their approximate rank and probability of admission in 65,000 MBBS and 25,000 BDS seats.
The candidates who have predicted their marks through answer keys, they can estimate their rank range with the help of NEET 2017 marks vs rank. With the help of NEET marks vs rank 2017, candidates can know their chances of getting admission in 25 participating states and other 16 institutes accepting NEET scores. Predict the rank as per the scores using NEET marks vs rank 2017.
As per the officials, 11,38,890 students appeared for NEET 2017. These candidates can now get an idea of rank they can secure within the particular marks range. Entrance Corner has analyzed previous year NEET result and brings the information of how much marks are required to get particular rank in NEET 2017.
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NEET Marks vs Rank 2017
The table below gives an idea of official previous year NEET scores and subesquent rank range.
|Rank Range||Marks Range||Rank Range||Marks Range|
*The data given above is based on previous year result and may vary with original.
Note: It must be noted that NEET 2017 was held for a total of 720 marks.
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To qualify in NEET 2017, candidates must secure the minimum qualifying percentile as defined by CBSE for each respective category. To check more about NEET 2017 cutoff, click on the heading above.
|S. No.||Category||Qualifying Percentile|
|2||Unreserved – PH candidates||45th percentile|
|3||Scheduled Caste||40th percentile|
|4||Scheduled Caste – PH candidates||45th percentile|
|5||Scheduled Tribe||40th percentile|
|6||Scheduled Tribe – PH candidates||45th percentile|
|7||Other Backward Class||40th percentile|
|8||Other Backward Class – PH candidates||45th percentile|