The NEET-UG results have been released on the 1st of November by the National Testing Agency (NTA). The NEET 2021 marks vs rank for medical aspirants will be released soon by the authorities. The NEET 2021 results have been published on the official website by the authorities. Students have already begun receiving their NEET 2021 scorecards on their registered email addresses.

For the first time, two candidates received a perfect score of 720 in NEET 2020. Later the winner was decided by the tie-breaking rule. When producing the merit list, the provision of providing preference to a candidate who is older in age has been removed by NTA this year and that was a big change in the tie-breaking rule. Now that the NEET 2021 results have been announced and here in this article, we are providing the NEET marks vs rank analysis of NEET 2021, NEET 2020, NEET 2019, NEET 2018 and NEET 2017

NEET 2021 Ranks vs Marks

Factors

  1. The level of difficulty of the NEET question paper
  2. Aspirants’ level of preparation
  3. The number of candidates who took the exam.
  4. Previous year question trends

Highlights of NEET examination

  • Conducted once in every year
  • Completley based on NCERT syllabus
  • Conducted in Paper pen mode
  • A total of 200 questions will be asked from four subjects (Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, Botany). Each subject consists of two sections, Section A & Section B. There are 35 questions in section A and 15 questions in section B out of which you can answer any 10.
  • Conducted in 13 languages

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NEET 2021 Ranks vs Marks Highlights

In previous years, the highest marks obtained by any candidate were:

  • NEET 2020 – 720 marks
  • NEET 2019 – 701 marks
  • NEET 2018 – 691 marks
  • NEET 2017 – 697 marks

Scores for the unreserved category in previous years

  • NEET 2020 – 147 marks
  • NEET 2019 – 134 marks
  • NEET 2018 – 119 marks
  • NEET 2017 – 131 marks

Previous Year NEET Ranks vs Marks Analysis

The following are some key aspects of NEET result ranks vs marks that candidates should consider:

  • The highest marks obtained by any candidate in NEET 2020 are 720, 701 in NEET 2019, 691 in NEET 2018, and 697 in NEET 2017.
  • In NEET 2020, the qualifying score for unreserved category candidates is 147. However, it was 134, 119, and 131 for NEET 2019, 2018, and 2017.
  • An important point to remember is that as we go through the marks in decreasing order, the number of candidates who obtain those marks increases. For example, the number of candidates who received 681-690 is 18, but the number of candidates who received 551-560 is 19967-23501.
  • The final rank of candidates who qualified for NEET 2019, 2018, and 2017 is 1374142, 634897, and 543473, respectively.
  • Because there are many candidates scoring the same marks, the opening rank of a marks range is given before the closing rank.

NEET Ranks vs Marks 2021: Expected

Marks RangeAIR Rank
700+1 -10
650+1000 – 2000
600+5000 – 10000
550+15000 – 20000
500+20000 – 30000
450+50000+
400+70000+

NEET Ranks vs Marks 2020

Marks RangeAIR Rank
7201
7202
7153
7154
7155
7156
7117
7108
7109
71010
70525
70530
70540
50TBA

NEET Cut-Off for 2020

CategoryNEET Cut Off PercentileNEET 2020 Cut Off Scores
General50th720-147
General-PH45th146-129
SC/ST/OBC40th146-113
SC/ST/OBC-PH40th128-113

NEET Cut-Off 2017,2018,2019

CategoryPercentileNEET 2019NEET 2018NEET 2017
Unreserved147134119131
Unreserved-PH 129120107118
SC/ST/OBC11310796107

NEET 2019 Ranks vs Marks

AIRMarks Scored
1701
2700
3700
4696
5695
6695
7695
8695
9695
10691
11691
12690
13690
14690
15690
16690
17690
18690
19690
20690
21690
22690
23690
24690
25690

NEET 2018 Ranks vs Marks

AIRMarks Scored
1691
2690
3690
4686
5686
6685
7680
8680
9680
10680
11680
12676
13676
14675
15675
16675
17675
18675
19675
20675
21675
22675
23675
24673
25672

NEET 2017 Ranks vs Marks

AIRMarks Scored
1697
2695
3695
4692
5691
6691
7691
8690
9690
10686
11685
12685
13685
14685
15685
16685
17685
18684
19683
20682
21682
22682
23681
24681
25681

NEET 2021 Calculating Percentile Score

Let

P = Percentile

N = Total number of candidates who appeared

r = Rank got by the competitor

ie P = [( N – P)/P] x 100

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NEET Marks Vs Rank : Medical Seats (MBBS & BDS)

Candidates should have an idea of the number of MBBS and BDS seats that are available in various government and private medical and dental colleges throughout the country. This will give a clear picture of your chances of getting a medical seat.

NEET Seats for MBBS

ManagementNo.of InstitutionsNo.of Seats
Government27241388
Private26035540
Total53276928

NEET Seats for BDS

ManagementNo.of InstitutionsNo.of Seats
Government503513
Private26323260
Total31326773

AIQ Closing Ranks – 2020, 19

CategoryNEET 2020 AIRNEET 2020 Marks#NEET 2019 AIRNEET 2019 Marks#
General1503861112618582
OBC1342361512179583
SC81121506293667
ST9675948887649445
General PH591575175555972171
OBC PH465525225301731274
SC PH759769126842021107
ST PH815024113831138

AIQ Closing Ranks- 2018 and 2017

CategoryNEET 2018 AIRNEET 2018 Marks#NEET 2017 AIRNEET 2017 Marks#
General104435378317563
OBC104495378347562
SC6464241752996442
ST7779239976167405
General PH397544184531574134
OBC PH379480210514811138
SC PH725351101547950130
ST PH607500125526589135

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NEET AIQ Opening & Closing Ranks of Top Institutes

InstituteOpening RankClosing Rank
AIIMS, DELHI151
JIPMER, PUDUCHERRY84087
BAHIRAMJEE JIJIBHAI MEDICAL COLLEGE, PUNE432295
MAULANA AZAD MEDICAL COLLEGE, NEW DELHI5316508
GOVT.MEDICAL COLLEGE, KOTA674844
S.M.S. MEDICAL COLLEGE, JAIPUR821185
GOVT.MEDICAL COLLEGE, THIRUVANANTHAPURAM881078
VMMC AND SAFDARJUNG HOSPITAL, NEW DELHI90138
SETH G.S. MEDICAL COLLEGE, MUMBAI92935
GOVERNMENT MEDICAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL, CHANDIGARH112594

Why is it important to compare NEET marks to ranks?

The analysis of NEET 2021 marks vs ranks will depict what ranks a student can achieve. This concept of NEET ranks will help candidates in making informed decisions during counselling. Candidates can shortlist the best colleges they can get through the counselling process after learning about NEET marks vs ranks analysis 2021.

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