AIPGDEE 2015 College Predictor
AIPGDEE 2015 College Predictor - The college predictor of AIPGDEE 2015 helps candidates to know which dental college and course of India you can get based on the rank in entrance exam. It is a new and innovative tool to help the post graduate dental aspirants to predict the chances of getting one of the participating colleges based on the scores and rank obtained in AIPGDEE 2015.
AIPGDEE 2015 College Predictor is an easy to use and innovative tool designed by Careers360 to aid the appearing candidates of AIPGDEE 2015 with colleges best suited on their rank awarded in the post graduate dental entrance exam.
Once you secure rank in AIPGDEE 2015, you may hope to get the best suited college for your post graduate dental programme. You can predict the chances of getting one of them using AIPGDEE 2015 College Predictor.
To use AIPGDEE 2015 College Predictoryou needto Login through your Facebook/Google Account and provide details like your Branch Preferences, Candidate Category, AIPGDEE 2015 Roll Number and AIPGDEE 2015 Overall Rank
As soon as you provide these details, after logging in and click on ‘Start Analyzing’ button, you will be redirected to a page, where you can view your AIPGDEE 2015 Most Preferred Colleges with chances of getting them, predicted on the basis of your performance in AIPGDEE 2015.
Steps to use AIPGDEE 2015 College Predictor:
Step - 1
Login in AIPGDEE 2015 College Predictor with your Facebook or Google Account
Step - 2
What I need to input – Enter your Branch Preferences, Candidate Category,AIPGDEE 2015 Roll Number and AIPGDEE 2015 Overall Rank.
What shall I get – You will get the list of dental colleges and courses you may get. Apart from this, your chances for each college and course shall also be predicted. If you have entered your Branch Preference, you will also be getting list of the most preferred branch of all the colleges, with a trend depicting the change in cutoff of the particular college. At last but not the least, you will also be getting the result which can be downloaded as a Personalized Report by you.
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sir ,what is the procedure of councelling for neet mds to get a seat in coorg dental college for a non resident of Karnataka and what is the cutoff marks for orthodontics for general category.plz reply
Kindly follow the link for MDS admission. They shall be updating about it in the coming future.
There are 6 seats in Orthodontics and the last score for open category was 522.
Hope this answers your query.
Thank you. And all the best.
Neet Mds cutoff come down again?! my score 171obc if still many seat r left.... after mop up round still seat r left the ill revised again?! help me out
In general, there are 2 Rounds and a Mop up round that are conducted. This year for NEET MDS 2020, the cut offs have been reduced by 18.935 percentage which is approximately 66 marks across all Categories. Now the new Cut offs are as follows:
General PWD: 26.065
And the revised marks are as follows:
General PWD: 204
Those Candidates who have secured the cut off now will be eligible for Mop up round conducted by the MCC and remaining rounds of State Counselling. But the chances of cut offs being reduced after Mop Up round are nil because the vacant seats are filled either through Stray vacancy round or transferred back to the respective States. The OBC revised cut off is 188 and you scored 171 and unfortunately they cannot be revised again.
can i get neet mds previous 10 year exam papers ??!!
you can get previous year question of NEET examination by just visiting the link mentioned below
for more details feel free to ask us
I have not been allotted any seat in second counselling of neet mds.is it compulsory to attend mop up round and will my security money be refunded?
No, it is not necessary.. its just that you are eligible for attending mop up round, since you have not been allotted any seats..In the end its always your choice..
And also, your deposit would be refunded not immediately but definitely..later you might be asked to apply for the refund and they would verify it and deposit it in your bank account.. But your entire amount may not be refunded certain percentage might be taken for participation and other things...chances are that 80%-85% would be refunded.
my sml is 1327 what are my chances for neet MDS for clinical branch
The cutofffor general category is 50th percentile, while for SC/ST/OBC, it is 40th percentile and for UR-PwD it is 45th percentile. The marks equivalent to the qualifying cutoffpercentile have been declared along with the result of NEET MDS 2020.
All the best