The NEET 2017 results announced on the morning of June 23rd came as a pleasant surprise for Navdeep Singh of Punjab, who outscored over 11 lakh candidates and bagged AIR 1 in the process. The NEET 2017 topper has scored 697 marks out of total 720 with a percentile score of 99.999909 thereby successfully cracking the prestigious national-level medical entrance examination administered by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). As per the NEET results 2017, Nikita Goyal has topped amongst the girls, securing AIR 8 with a percentile score of 99.999174 in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test. Careers360 brings you a comprehensive list of NEET 2017 toppers.Related Post -NEET 2019NEET Eligibility Criteria 2019NEET Application Form 2019NEET Admit Card 2019
According to the result of NEET 2017, in the top 25 qualifying candidates, 16 are male and 9 female. It is interesting to note here that 3 of the top 10 in the NEET Result 2017 were also present in the AIIMS 2017 Top 10 Rank List. AIIMS 2017 topper Nishita Purohit finished just outside the Top 10, securing AIR 11 in NEET 2017.
NEET 2017 Rank 1 Navdeep Singh
Marks Obtained – 697
Percentile – 99.999908
Gender – Male
State – Punjab
NEET 2017 Rank 2 Archit Gupta
Marks Obtained – 695
Percentile – 99.999725
State – Madhya Pradesh
NEET 2017 Rank 3 Manish Mulchandani
NEET 2017 Rank 4 Sankeerth Sadananda
Marks Obtained – 692
Percentile – 99.999633
State – Karnataka
NEET 2017 Rank 5 Dogra Abhishek Veerendra
Marks Obtained – 691
Percentile – 99.999358
State – Maharashtra
NEET 2017 Rank 6 Deric Joseph
State – Kerala
NEET 2017 Rank 7 Kamishh Tayal
Percentile – 99.999174
State – Haryana
NEET 2017 Rank 8 Nikita Goyal
Marks Obtained – 690
Gender – Female
NEET 2017 Rank 9 Aryan Raj Singh
State – Uttar Pradesh
NEET 2017 Rank 10 Tanish Bansal
Marks Obtained – 686
Percentile – 99.999083
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Cut offs change every year depending on various factors such as no.of Candidates appearing for the exam, no.of Candidates qualified, top NEET score and difficulty of the exam. You haven't mentioned your Category. BDS seats are filled through 15% All India Counselling and 85% State Counselling. Now not all the Top Dental Colleges are in the same State which means for the Colleges that are not in your State, you have to appear for All India Counselling. Then the cut offs will be relatively higher. All in all, to speak in generic terms, if you belong to General Category, you will need atleast 550 and if you belong to Reserved Categories, you will need 500.
AIIMS doesn't have BDS Course. It has MBBS, PG courses, Nursing Course and Post Basic Nursing course. But it doesn't have BDS. And for PG courses, AIIMS has AIIMS PG and for B.Sc courses, it has its own Entrance examination. But for admission to MBBS, NEET is the entrance examination. Admissions are conducted through All India Counselling for admission to all the 15 branches of AIIMS.
In NEET the number of questions are 180 with total marks 720 and in physics 45 questions, chemistry 45 questions and in biology it is 90 questions.
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