AIIMS MBBS Rank Predictor 2020
AIIMS MBBS Rank Predictor 2020 - After the completion of entrance exam, candidates can check the expected rank to be secured by using the rank predictor of AIIMS MBBS 2020. This highly innovative tool of AIIMS 2020 rank predictor will aspirants to know their predicted rank through the percentile scores to be obtained. The link to access AIIMS rank predictor 2020 will be provided on this page, when started. AIIMS, New Delhi will conduct AIIMS MBBS exam in computer based mode on May 30 and 31, 2020, for admission to 1205 seats offered in 15 AIIMS institutes. Since the result will be announced on June 16, till then, aspirants can use AIIMS MBBS rank predictor 2020 to know their estimated rank to be secured.
AIIMS MBBS 2020 rank predictor displays the most appropriate rank secured by medical aspirants on the basis of their scores. Before the calculation of AIIMS MBBS 2020 rank, students need to check their expected scores. Using the rank shown by AIIMS rank predictor, candidates can make a list of institutes in which they can get admission into. It must be noted that the result displayed by the rank predictor will be based on the previous years trends. For more information on how to use AIIMS MBBS rank predictor 2020 and other relevant details, read the article below.
How to use AIIMS MBBS rank predictor 2020?
In order to use the rank predictor of AIIMS 2020, aspirants can follow the steps mentioned below.
Click on the link, which will be provided on this page, when accessed.
The new candidates need to register themselves before using the rank predictor of AIIMS MBBS 2020 by using their Facebook or Google+ account.
While, the already registered aspirants have to login using their mobile number or email ID and password.
After the registration process is over, submit the asked details like name, registration number, email ID and estimated marks/percentile to be obtained.
Once the details are filled, clicking on ‘predict’ button will analyse and display the result.
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Advantages of AIIMS MBBS 2020 rank predictor
With the help of determining the rank from AIIMS rank predictor 2020, aspirants can check their position in the competitive entrance exam amongst other candidates.
Using the AIIMS MBBS expected rank, students can check the probable rank to be secured before the declaration of AIIMS MBBS result 2020.
Just not rank, the rank predictor of AIIMS MBBS 2020 also provides an in depth analysis of the performance on the basis of difficulty level of exam, number of candidates appeared, marking scheme and other aspects.
After predicting the rank from AIIMS UG 2020 rank predictor, candidates can also make a list of institutes and courses they can be offered through previous years cutoff trends.
AIIMS MBBS Cutoff 2020
It is the minimum qualifying percentage to be secured by aspirants to pass the computer based test. AIIMS MBBS 2020 cutoff varies for reserved and unreserved categories. The table below mentions the category-wise minimum qualifying cutoff percentile and marks obtained by aspirants. Alson with that, to give an idea to candidates, AIIMS MBBS cutoff for admission to 15 institutes has also been provided below.
AIIMS MBBS qualifying percentile and marks
Unreserved PH (UR-PH)
AIIMS MBBS Cutoff for admission - It is the last AIIMS cutoff rank at which the admission to a particular AIIMS course is closed. The category-wise last rank for admission to AIIMS institutes has been mentioned below.
AIIMS MBBS cutoff ranks
AIIMS, Rae Bareli
AIIMS MBBS Result 2020
AIIMS, New Delhi will announce the result of AIIMS MBBS 2020 on June 16, in online mode. The result will be released in the form of merit list. A rank-wise and roll number wise AIIMS MBBS merit list 2020 will be published mentioning roll number, All India Rank, category-rank, total percentile scores, subject-wise percentile scores and important counselling details.
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