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CBSE – NEET (UG) - 2017 RESULTS DECLARED

Written By Admin on Jun 23, 2017 | June 23, 2017




Check Result : http://cbseresults.nic.in/neet17rpx/neetJ17.htm




According to CBSE, around 10.8 lakh candidates have appeared for NEET 2017. For General category candidates, the cutoff percentile is 50. Last year, around seven lakh candidates had appeared for NEET. So how much score was needed to get into a particular ranking range? Careers360 analysed the official result data of NEET 2016 to bring you insights on your expected rank range.

The following table brings to you the official NEET 2016 scores and the subsequent rank range.

NEET Result - Marks Vs Rank
Marks Range
Rank Range
120-130
4,28,905-4,04,017
131-140
3,98,105-3,77,662
141-150
3,71,811-3,52,020
151-160
3,46,874-3,28,574
161-170
3,23,646-3,06,153
171-180
3,01,394-2,85,115
181-190
2,80,794-2,65,271
191-200
2,61,169-2,46,509
201-210
2,42,788-2,28,954
211-220
2,25,343-2,12,003
221-230
2,10,183-1,96,386
231-240
194813-181,431
241-250
1,78,876-1,68,075
251-260
1,65,169-1,54,842
261-270
1,52,352-1,42,586
271-280
1,40,219-1,31,185
281-290
1,28,941-1,20,177
291-300
1,18,148-1,09,875
301-310
1,08,255-1,00,625
311-320
98,710-91,617
321-330
89,970-82,464
331-340
81,674-75,426
341-350
73,907-68,197
351-360
66,854-61,286
361-370
60,006-54886
371-380
53,692-49,140
381-390
48,025-43,751
391-400
42,664-38,671
401-410
37,770-33,794
411-420
33,388-29,973
421-430
29,211-26,179
431-440
25,447-22,756
441-450
22,114-19,548
451-460
18,977-16,795
461-470
16,342-14,358
471-480
13,926-11,993
481-490
11,594-9,958
491-500
9,570-8,032
501-510
7,696-6,257
511-520
5,972-4,708
521-530
4,473-3,503
531-540
3,298-2,441
541-550
2,308-1,728
551-560
1,616-1,200
561-570
1,132-813
571-580
781-547
581-590
531-388
591-600
363-272
601-610
246-172
611-620
160-92
621-630
92-81
631-640
80-66
641-650
65-32
651-660
31-17
661-670
16-10
671-680
9-6
681-690
5-1

Note: Lower and upper limit rank for lowest and highest score ranges have been considered

Multiple candidates scored same marks and thus the starting rank for a particular marks range may not be in continuation to the last rank of the previous marks range.

While multiple candidates scored marks in lower range, number of test takers scoring above 600 was much lesser.
Out of 720, highest score obtained in NEET 2016 was 685.
Before you wonder whether you will qualify or not, let us bring to you the NEET 2017 cutoff percentile according to categories.

NEET 2017 Cutoff
Category
Qualifying Percentile
Unreserved
50th percentile
Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribes/ Other backward classes
40th percentile
Physically handicapped
45th percentile
Past Year’s Trends

Take a look at the category wise qualifying marks range and number of candidates fulfilling the criteria for NEET 2016. Candidates must know that they first need to qualify NEET exam with a pre-scheduled percentile cutoff that is announced CBSE. Further, separate cutoffs are announced for 15 per cent All India Quota seats. In addition, this year, states will be separately announcing state wise cutoff for admission to government and private medical institutions through state-wise centralised counselling.
NEET 2016 Overall Cut off (Category-wise) – Qualifying cutoff
Category
Marks Range
Qualifying Criteria
No. of Candidates
Unreserved
685 - 145
50th Percentile
171329
OBC
678 - 118
40th Percentile
175226
SC
595 - 118
40th Percentile
47183
ST
599 - 118
40th Percentile
15710
Unreserved PH
474 - 131
45th Percentile
437
OBC PH
510 - 118
40th Percentile
597
SC PH
415 - 118
40th Percentile
143
ST PH
339 - 118
40th Percentile
36
NEET 2016 Cut off score under 15 per cent All India Quota seats
Category
Marks Range
No. of Candidates
Unreserved
685 - 468
14315
OBC
468- 465
230
SC
468- 352
2815
ST
466 - 303
1427
Unreserved PH
466-214
430
OBC PH
213-210
10
SC PH
209-130
75
ST PH
213 - 118
23
Now that you are well aware of the previous year’s trend of NEET marks vis a vis ranks, cutoffs and number of candidates qualifying, you are just a step ahead to calculate your estimated NEET 2017 rank.

How to calculate expected NEET 2017 Rank?

If you have an estimated score for NEET 2017, all you have to do is to use the NEET 2017 Rank Predictor, an exclusive data driven and user friendly tool by Careers360. Steps to use NEET Rank Predictor are as follows:
  • Enter your registration number and date of birth
  • Enter your expected marks out of 720
  • Mention your category
  • Confirm the date of examination
Through NEET 2017 scores, admission to approximately 63,000 MBBS and BDS seats across India except for AIIMS and JIPMER will take place. This year, NEET has undergone major changes with the Supreme Court overturning the age limit set by the MCI for NEET 2017. NEET 2017 has been conducted in eight languages apart from Hindi and English. The highest number of candidates, i.e. 97.10 per cent attendance was registered in Srinagar centre at Jammu & Kashmir.
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