NEET 2021 Qualification Codes (1 to 7) - Repeaters | Droppers
NEET 2021 Qualification Codes - National Testing Agency (NTA) is the competent authority to release the NEET codes 2021 with the release of the prospectus tentatively in the first week of December. Aspirants who are appearing for NEET 2021 are required to select a code as per their education qualification. Aspirants will be asked regarding the NEET qualification codes during the filling process of the application form. NTA will release the NEET application form 2021 tentatively in the first week of December. These qualification codes of NEET 2021 has to be filled as major NEET eligibility criteria. It mentions the qualifying examination code for NEET 2021 for droppers, appearing examination, results awaited, and others.
In NEET application form, it is most important for candidates to select a qualifying code for examination. Many candidates have posted queries on QnA platform of Careers360, Quora, and Facebook asking queries for NEET 2021 qualifying examination code for repeaters, exam code for BSc candidates, and others. Here in the article on qualification codes of NEET 2021, Careers360 provides the information on which exam codes can be filled by medical students.
NEET eligibility criteria for the qualifying examination
As per the basic NEET eligibility criteria 2021, it is mandatory for aspirants to pass the Class 12 qualifying examination with an aggregate of 50% in Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Botany and Zoology) for the general category. Candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC must secure a minimum of 40%, while Persons with Disability (PwD) must obtain 45% only. Candidates who have completed their higher education abroad must have passed the qualifying exam with 50% taken together in Chemistry, Physics, and Biology.
What are the codes of NEET 2021 exam?
As mentioned, the qualifying codes of NEET-UG 2021 describes the qualifying examination which an applicant has passed. It is necessary for aspirants to select a code during the registration for NEET exam. Also, candidates are advised to opt for a NEET qualifying code 2021 carefully as it will be verified at the time of NEET counselling.
NEET 2021 qualification codes
Candidates must be aware of NEET qualifying codes before filling the application form in order to avoid inconvenience. For a better idea, aspirants is being provided with a complete list of NEET 2021 qualifying codes in a simplified manner below.
NEET exam code 1:
This code can be selected by aspirants who will be appearing for Class 12 or waiting for the result. However, students must furnish the relevant documents as evidence of qualifying for the exam after the announcement of the result.
NEET 2021 examination code 2:
- Candidates who have completed a period of 12 years under Higher/Secondary examination or the Indian School Certificate Examination (ISCE), which is equivalent to Class 10+2 can opt for code 2. However, the last two years of study must include English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology, or Mathematics or any other elective as a major subject as prescribed by the National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT).
Aspirants who have passed 10+2 from the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) or state open school, as a private candidate from state boards; with Biology/Biotechnology as an additional subject can apply under NEET qualification code 2.
- Who can also apply code 2: It should also be noted that the qualifying examination code for NEET 2021 for droppers will also be the same. For instance, a candidate has passed the qualifying examination from CBSE/ISCE or any state board in the year 2018, but wish to appear for NEET 2021, he/she can apply for the exam with Code 2.
NEET 2021 qualifying code 3:
Students can select this code if they have passed their Intermediate/Pre-Examination degree in Science stream from any recognized Indian University/Board or other body with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology, and English as a compulsory subject. The qualifying examination should also include a practical test in the mentioned subjects.
NEET qualifying code 4:
This code can be chosen after the completion of pre-professional/pre-medical examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology, and English after passing either the Higher Secondary examination or Pre-university or equivalent exam. The qualification of pre-professional or pre-medical examination should compulsorily include the practical tests in all subjects.
Code 5 for NEET qualifying criteria 2021:
Anyone who has passed the first year of a bachelor's degree from a recognized university with Physics, Chemistry, BIology/Biotechnology inclusion of practical tests. Candidates should also verify that the first year exam qualified is a university-level exam and they have also qualified Class 12 qualifying examination with the said subjects at a level not less than a core course.
NEET 2021 exam code 6:
Any aspirant who has passed B.Sc. examination with not less than two subjects which includes Biology/Biotechnology, Physics and Chemistry can choose Code 6 from NEET qualification code 2021 as their eligibility code. Further, such candidates must have passed Class 10+2 qualifying examination with English, Chemistry, Physics and Biology/Biotechnology.
NEET 2021 qualification code 7:
In case of passed any other examination, which is equivalent to intermediate science examination of any university/board, can opt code 7 as NEET code 2021. It must be taken into consideration that students must have completed two years of study in Physics, Biology/Biotechnology, Chemistry and English and have passed practical tests also.
Who can also opt NEET code 7?
NEET 2021 qualifying code for foreign candidates will be Code 7. The equivalence of a particular course with Class 12 boards will be determined by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU). If the qualifying examination will be in grades, then the corresponding marks will be derived by AIU.
What are the other NEET eligibility 2021?
Besides the educational eligibility, candidates need to fulfill other basic eligibility criteria of NEET UG 2021, which are mentioned below.
Age limit - Aspirants should be a minimum of 17 years as on December 31, 2019, while there is no upper age limit for NEET UG.
Nationality - Anyone willing to appear for MBBS/BDS exam must be an Indian citizen, NRIs, OCIs, PIO and Foreign nationals.
Number of attempts - There is no limits for the number of attempting NEET.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - NEET 2021 Qualification Codes (1 to 7) - Repeaters | Droppers
Question: What will be my NEET code 2021 if I am dropper?
The qualifying examination code for NEET 2021 for droppers is Code 2, if in case they have passed Class 12 from CBSE, ICSE or any other state board. However, in case they have completed 10+2 qualifying examination as PUC or pre-degree, then the code should be 3.
Question: If I have passed Class 12 in 2019, and will be taking NEET for second time, then what should be my qualifying exam code?
NEET qualifying code 2021 will be code 2, as it is for those candidates who have completed Class 12 in 2019 or before and are not pursuing any course.
Question: I am in the second year of BSc and now willing to appear for NEET exam, which code should be selected?
In such cases, the qualifying codes of NEET 2021 should be code 5, as such candidates needs to complete first year with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as core subjects with practical tests.
Question: I opted an incorrect qualifying code in NEET application form, can it be edited?
One can correct the details of NEET 2021 codes and other details in the application form through the correction window. NEET application form correction window 2021.
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Hai, sir mere neet 2020 me 369 score bna h. me OBC se hu. Kya mujhe koi government college alot hoga..
As per last years cutoff, for getting a All India Quota government medical seat in your category your score should be atleast more than 450. So with AIQ there are less chances of getting a seat.
However, you have fair chances of getting a seat through state quota. You did not mention your state, but your profile shows Rajasthan, so i will list some of the colleges you might get. Considering you satisfies all the required criteria to be eligible for state quota seats, some colleges in which you can get a government seat are:
- American International Institute of Medical Sciences Udaipur
- Ananta Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre Rajsamand
- Dr SN Medical College, Jodhpur
- Government Medical College, Barmer
For last years cutoff you can refer the link.
You can also use neet college predictor tool, you will get a clear picture of the colleges you might get into.
how many marks are required in neet for admission in bhms
Hello student ,
For BHMS admission in college the general candidate must secured atleast 50th percentile in neet and 40 percentile is considered for OBC and other category students .i.e if I explain you generally you must atleast score 400+ to get government medical college in BhMS for general category and later it vary from college to college .
Hi, I got 603 in NEET 2020 and my AIR is 18,462. I am from Rajasthan. Can you tell me which govt. college i can get in Rajasthan? Please suggedt me what should i do ??
You have not mentioned the category you belong to, so I am assuming you from general category
It's quite difficult to make prediction as cut off marks/rank for medical colleges depends upon various factors like number of students that appeared in the exam, kind of marks obtained by them , toughness level of the examination etc.
But when we go through previous data then it suggests that with 603 marks you hold a chance in following Government Medical College under Rajasthan state quota
*Government Medical College, Barmer
*Government Medical College, Bharatpur
*Government Medical College, Bhilwara
And a few more
To get the complete list of colleges in which you have chances, you can go through our college predictor at
It gives you a personalized report with top college in which you have chances for admission , with the help of predicted colleges you can make better choice while filling your choices of colleges during your counselling
I got 426 marks on NEET ,I got admission in MBBS in Govt medical colleges
You haven't mentioned your category, presuming you to be General, the chances are quite tough to secure a GMC through AIQ, more so with this year increasing cutoffs, from your profile it seems you belong to Kerala, through state quota as well chances seem tough, 558 marks secured a GMC seat in year 2018, you can check out the previous year cutoffs at https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-cutoff-kerala
Cut-offs are subjective to change every year based on multiple factors like seat matrix, marks obtained in exam, toughness level of paper, total number of candidates participating in the exam etc.
To know more about admission possibilities in various colleges you can use our NEET College Predictor; https://medicine.careers360.com/neet-college-predictor?icn=QnA&ici=qna_answer
im jemima grace im neet marks 164 there is available in medical seat im sc candit
You have tagged Index Medical College Indore which is a private medical college so I will be answering with respect to that.
In Neet 2019, 328 marks was the lowest marks for sc category that got a govt quota seat in Index Medical College Indore under MP State quota
So, with 164 marks you can not get admission in index medical college or any private Medical College for government quota seat.
With your marks being from sc you may try for management quota seat in private medical college for which you can check your chances at