NEET PG College Predictor 2019 – An innovative and useful tool designed for NEET PG aspirants, the NEET PG 2019 college predictor provides data about the chances of obtaining admission to postgraduate medical courses. The first allotment list of NEET PG 2019 has been released on March 27, which can be downloaded from the link provided below. The college predictor of NEET PG 2019 is a data-driven tool prepared on the basis of the previous sessions’ allotment results. NEET PG college predictor 2019, which is available on this page, is helpful for candidates who are ambiguous of the choices they should submit in the counselling process as per their All India Rank. The tool help candidates assess their chances of admission during the online NEET PG counselling process. Candidates can check with the help of NEET PG 2019 college predictor, the best-suited colleges and the branches available to them depending on their scores and ranks in NEET PG. The college predictor of NEET PG 2019 is functional after release of NEET PG result. Candidates can check here the steps to use the NEET PG college predictor 2019 and the benefits of the tool.
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NEET PG 2019 College Predictor is functional! Check the details below.
Exam authorities have released NEET PG score card on February 6. Earlier NEET PG result 2019 was declared on January 31. With the release of the result of NEET PG, candidates can know their score and All India Rank. Candidates can also check their NEET PG rank by using the NEET PG rank predictor 2019.
How to use NEET PG College Predictor: Step-wise Procedure
Step 1: Click on the link given above to access the NEET PG 2019 college predictor.
Step 2: Candidates should sign in by entering their Email ID/Mobile Number and Password if they have registered with Careers360. Candidates who do not have an account will be asked to sign up with their Gmail or Facebook account details. Candidates can also submit their Full Name, Email ID, and Create a Password in order to register.
Step 3: In the next step, candidates will be asked to input their NEET PG result details like NEET PG rank 2019, category and three preferred branches. Click on ‘Predict Now’ button after entering the details.
Step 4: Now, the result page will be displayed on the screen which will reflect the list of suitable colleges. The chances of obtaining admission to the colleges and the courses and branch they are likely to get as per their rank will also be displayed.
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How to use NEET PG College Predictor: Flow Chart
Click on the link given above to use the NEET PG college predictor 2019
Sign Up/Sign In with Careers360
Enter NEET PG 2019 Rank, Select Category (UR/OBC/SC/ST/UR PH), and Preferred Branches
Click on ‘Predict Now’
Know the chances of getting admission to various colleges on the basis of the preference or on the basis of the overall result along with the previous year cut off trends in each college.
NEET PG College Predictor 2019 – Highlights
Candidates will be able to know the probable medical colleges they are likely to get based on their NEET PG ranks through the NEET PG 2019 college predictor.
Candidates will also receive an email containing the name, All India Rank and the list of top three that they can possibly get on the basis of their NEET PG rank.
The Integrated Chance Meter Icon positioned next to the name of the colleges will show the chances of obtaining admission from High to Low to a particular medical college.
Candidates can also click on the ‘View Cutoff’ button to know the previous years cut off trends of a medical college whether it has gone up, down or remain stagnant.
The predictor will also show the most preferred branches of each college.
Please note that the college predictor is a paid tool and can be accessed by paying a fee of ₹499.
NEET PG 2019 is a national level exam which was held on January 6 in a single session. The exam was conducted as a computer-based test. The eligibility-cum-ranking exam is held for admission to postgraduate medical courses. The National Board of Examinations (NBE) is the responsible body for conducting the entrance exam.