NEET College Predictor 2020: Your Medical/Dental Dream College Based on Score
NEET College Predictor 2020 is an innovative tool created to assist medical aspirants to predict the best colleges, which they can be allotted. The college predictor of NEET 2020 can be used only after entering the All India Rank (AIR) secured in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET). The link to predict the colleges through NEET college predictor is available on this page. The college predictor of NEET 2020 will assist candidates to check the number of medical as well as dental institutes/colleges allotted according to their merit rank. The medical students need to log in using their Facebook or Google account to access the NEET 2020 college predictor. Also, they need to register themselves for NEET college predictor by entering rank, category rank, programs, preferences of colleges, and other asked details. Along with the list of colleges, the college predictor of NEET 2020 also displays the previous year cutoff trends for admission to MBBS and BDS colleges across India. Aspirants must note that the NEET UG 2020 college predictor works on the basis of previous year data and trends. For more information on NEET college predictor 2020, the process to use it, and other details, check the article below.
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NEET is an only national level entrance examination for admission to MBBS, BDS and AYUSH courses offered by medical and dental colleges of the country. NEET 2020 was conducted on September 13. The result of NEET 2020 will be declared in the form of a scorecard on October 12, 2020. NEET score card contains information like section-wise and overall score, NEET rank, and also the qualifying status of the candidate. Aspirants seeking for more information regarding NEET college predictor tool 2020 can check the article below to know more details about it.
Steps to use NEET 2020 College Predictor
Below are the steps on how to use the college predictor of NEET-UG 2020.
Click on the link available above on this page.
The fresh users will be required to register themselves using their Facebook or Google accounts, or they can also enter the details such as name, mobile number, email ID, and password.
While the already registered applicants can log in using their mobile number/email ID and password received on the registered mail.
Then, enter the following correct details asked:
Counselling quota (AIQ/state)
Seat type in state counselling
PH status for 85% state quota seats
Defence category status
Caste group (General merit/OBC/SC/ST)
Thereafter, students need to pay Rs. 499 for the college predictor of NEET 2020.
Depending upon the details filled by an aspirant, the college predictor will display the list of colleges for admission to MBBS and BDS courses.
Note: It must be noted that without the payment of Rs. 499 for college predictor, no one will be able to check their results. Candidates must submit their details carefully, else the result shown will be incorrect.
How to calculate rank for NEET College Predictor 2020?
Aforementioned, NEET 2020 marks is mandatory to be submitted in the college predictor. Since the NEET result 2020 is to be announced by October 12, in online mode, therefore, aspirants can use the rank predictor to know their expected rank secured on the basis of previous year data and analysis. In order to use the NEET rank predictor 2020, candidates can register themselves either through Facebook or Google accounts or by submitting their name, email ID and mobile number. Thereafter, enter the required details like registration number, date of birth, marks obtained (out of 720) and others. The rank predictor of NEET 2020 will display the expected rank and category rank.
NEET 2020 College Predictor - Merits
The changes of admission from high to low list in NEET participating colleges 2020 will be displayed through the college predictor
Since, the result in college predictor for admission to MBBS/BDS courses will be from high to low, therefore, aspirants can make a list of colleges in which they might be allotted a seat from the higher preferences to lower.
Considering the result shown by NEET UG college predictor, it becomes easy for students to opt for the best possible college at the time of counselling of NEET UG 2020 without any chaos.
NEET college predictor 2020 tool is available under the MBBS companion, which will also be provided to aspirants who will complete the payment. MBBS companion is a guide providing details for MBBS and BDS admissions until the last round of counselling and reservation of seats.
Apart from that, all candidates will get the alert about the latest news and updates on NEET 2020.
NEET 2020 cut off is the minimum qualifying marks that must be secured by the aspirants to pass the entrance test. Only candidates who will secure the cut-off of NEET 2020 will be eligible to appear for counselling process. NEET cut off for general category aspirants is 50 percentile, while for SC/ST/OBC it is 40 percentile. For the convenience of medical candidates, the table below mentions the top 10 NEET 2020 cutoff for government colleges, which will help them to know the closing rank for MBBS admissions. Since the cutoff of NEET 2020 will be released after the declaration of result, aspirants can go through the expected cutoff scores from below.
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Expected NEET 2020 cutoff scores
NEET 2020 Cutoff for government colleges
Name of Medical Colleges
15% AIQ Closing Rank
85% State Quota Closing Rank
Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will be conducting the NEET 2020 counselling for admission to 15% All India Quota seats and 100% seats offered by central and deemed universities. Candidates who will be allotted under the 15% AIQ seats will be required to download NEET rank letter 2020. In order to participate for counselling, candidates need to register themselves online and fill their preferences of colleges as well as courses. Based on these choices filled, NEET AIR and seats available, aspirants will be allotted seats. As per the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), there is a total of 66,771 MBBS and 27,148 BDS seats across India. Along with these courses, admission to AYUSH courses will also be done on the basis of NEET 2020 scores.
The seat allotment process for remaining 85% state quota seats and 100% seats in private colleges will be organised by the respective state counselling committees on the basis of NEET scores. Each state will release the application form for the domicile candidates which must be filled mentioning the personal, education, contact and other asked details. Based on the NEET details, the state counselling authority will release the merit list for seat allotment process.
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Questions related to NEET
Has anyone with 50%in intermediate or (12th) joined in medical College in mbbs with neet good score by clearing neet exam has anyone got admission in medical College with inter or 12th with 50%cleard neet studying in medical College anyone is there
You can find many candidates who scored 50 to 55% in PCB but they scored good in neet.
Eligibility to appear neet - the candidate must score minimum 50% marks in Physics, chemistry and biology
Eligibility for admission to MBBS or BDS/ medical course - The candidate must have passed xii board with minimum 50% in PCB subjects and must have qualified neet exam.
So you don't have to bother about your xii STD marks , you just have to secure 150 marks in PCB subjects. But one should not take it granted as if you are not clear with theory part then it will be difficult to cover neet syllabus. You must try to do your best .
neet 2021 date,time,place, syllabus
Usually NEET is conducted in the very starting week of May but this year due to the hardships of COVID-19 till now National Testing Agency which is the conducting authority for NEET, has not released any notification for NEET 2021 and until any notifications get released by we cannot help you with exact dates. Till the official notification gets out you should stick to your preparation and to help you in your preparation for NEET 2021 we have some resources which you can access from the link given below :-
Exact dates are expected to be out by the end of this month so till then we have to wait for it and the discussions are also being carried out for allowing the candidates to attempt NEET twice in a year. It is also to be noted that from May 4th the board examinationa of CBSE are going to be commenced. So there is possibility that NEET 2021 may get it's date after boards like around in month of June or July, but still we have to wait for any official announcement either from NTA or Education ministry.
To get live updates and complete details about NEET kindly visit the link given below :-
If you are preparing for NEET 2021 then I am enlisting down some preparation tips which would help you in keeping yourself motivated and give a boost to your preparation because now the last 4-5 months are remaining for NEET 2021 :-
- Very first thing is go through the syllabus of NEET and categorize it as difficult average and easy and then start from easy then average then difficult chapter and follow this pattern regularly . https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-syllabus
- Make a proper time-table to balance your studies and daily routine work and give more time to studies.
- Go for the best study material which can make you more confident while solving the question of NEET because it will boost your moral https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-study-material
- Don't forget to make notes while studying because it will help you in memorizing the important things in the last time prior to exam.
- Practice previous year's question papers and sample papers as many as you can because it will enhance your self-confidence and time management skill https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-sample-paper
- Don't forget to do exercise and yoga regularly to keep your body mentally and physically fit.
- You can also check out NEET Knockout package for your preparation https://learn.careers360.com/knockout-neet-may/?product=50&icn=knockout-neet-2021-may&ici=
For more detailed preparation tips for NEET 2021 kindly check out the link given below :-
The NEET 2021 syllabus is mentioned below and it is as same as of previous year because as per the latest announcement made by Hon'ble Education Ministry the choices might be introduced in NEET 2021 to cope-up the reduction of syllabus of various boards :-
> Physical world and measurement
> Current Electricity
> Laws of Motion
> Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
> Work, Energy and Power
> Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents
> Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body
> Electromagnetic Waves
> Properties of Bulk Matter
> Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
> Thermodynamics, Oscillations and Waves
> Atoms and Nuclei
> Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory
> Electronic Devices
> Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry
> Solid State
> Structure of Atom
> Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
> Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
> Chemical Kinetics
> States of Matter: Gases and Liquids
> Surface Chemistry
> General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements
> p-Block Elements
> Redox Reactions
> d and f Block Elements
> Coordination Compounds
> s-Block Element (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals)
> Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
> Some p-Block Elements
> Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers
> Organic Chemistry- Some Basic Principles and Techniques
> Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
> Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen
> Environmental Chemistry
> Biomolecules, Polymersand Chemistry in Everyday Life
> Diversity in Living World
> Structural Organization in Animals and Plants
> Genetics and Evolution
> Cell Structure and Function
> Biology and Human Welfare
> Plant Physiology
> Biotechnology and Its Application
> Human Physiology
> Ecology and Environment
For complete details and latest updates on NEET 2021 Syllabus kindly check out the link given below :-
I hope this information helps you.
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how can I get good marks in NEET
Getting good marks in the NEET Exam is not so difficult. You can easily get a good rank with your hard work and determination.
But for this, you need to make a proper plan first. You have to make a proper study time table. Study daily for atleast 8-10 hours. Whatever time you study daily, give your maximum efficiency in it.
Start from the very basic book i.e. NCERT. For all the three subjects, physics , chemistry and biology, the ncert book is very important. Read each chapter completely. This will make your concepts more clear.
Don't go for too many books. One book alongwith the NCERT is sufficient to get good marks. Below I have mentioned some good books other than ncert.
Physics : Concepts of Physics by HC Verma, SL Arora Physics
Chemistry : OP Tondon Chemistry, RC Mukhrjee Physical Chemistry
Biology : Trueman's biology, Biology by Dinesh
Solve as much previous year NEET papers as you can. This is the key factor in getting good marks in this exam.
Hope it helps you.
please mention neet 2020 cutoff in wb college-wise by both AIQ & State Quota
The state counselling conducting authority is responsible for releasing cutoff of West Bengal MBBS/BDS 2020 for 85% State Quota seats. While the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will release the West Bengal cutoff for 15% AIQ seats.