NEET Rank Predictor 2020 - Eagerly waiting for the results, medical aspirants can know their probable rank with the help of NEET 2020 rank predictor. The rank predictor of NEET is a premium tool which will allow the aspirants to know the rank which they might secure in the entrance exam. In order to get an estimate of the rank, candidates must know the probable score that they have achieved. Candidates can use the NEET answer key 2020 to evaluate the approximate scores. The NEET rank predictor will also be helpful for the candidates to know the scoring pattern of all the registered users. Based on previous year data, the rank predictor of NEET 2020 will also showcase the cutoff trends. Through the NEET 2020 rank predictor candidates will be able to know their chances for admission to 15% All India Quota seats and other medical dental colleges in which he/she can apply. NEET aspirants can read on to know more details on NEET rank predictor 2020, how to use it and other such details.
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NEET is a national level medical entrance test which is scheduled to be conducted on May 3. National Testing Agency (NTA), will conduct NEET 2020 for admission to MBBS, BDS and AYUSH courses offered in various colleges in India. The result of NEET 2020 will be declared on June 4, 2020.
NEET 2020 aspirants can check the table below to know the procedure to provided below.
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Click on the link provided above on this page to use rank predictor
Aspirants can register using their Gmail/Facebook account or by entering name, mobile number and email address
Enter the asked details such as registration number, date of birth, expected marks out of 720 and more
Click on ‘Predict now’ and probable rank will be displayed on the screen
With the help of NEET rank predictor, candidates will be able to know their expected rank way before the NEET result 2020 is declared.
The expected NEET rank of the candidate will be indicative of the overall performance in the entrance exam.
Since NEET is a very competitive exam, candidates will be able to where they stand.
The probable score and rank identified with the help of NEET rank predictor, candidates will get to know the list of colleges in which they can apply.
The cutoff trends will also be mentioned along with the result for candidates to know the previous year trends.
It is necessary to know the probable score to get an estimate of the NEET rank for which candidates can make use of the NEET 2020 answer key. Interested candidates must tally all the correct and incorrect responses with the answer key of NEET and calculate the probable score applying the marking scheme. The answer key contains the solution for each question asked in the examination. With the help of it, candidates can check the questions attempted and the marks they have secured. Candidates can apply the following formula to evaluate the probable score.
NEET Scores 2020 = Number of correct answer X 4 - Number of incorrect answers X 1
Note: For a better idea of aspirants, below given is the marking scheme as per the exam pattern of NEET 2019, under which:
+4 marks for every answer
-1 mark for each wrong attempt
0 mark for the unanswered question
NEET cutoff 2020Only those candidates who will secure the minimum qualifying percentile of NEET 2020 cutoff will be considered eligible for the further admission process. The minimum required percentile is different for each category. The scores corresponding to NEET cutoff 2020 will be revealed after the declaration of NEET result which will be released on June 4, 2020. The category-wise cutoff percentile of NEET can be checked in the table below.
NEET result 2020
NTA will declare the result of NEET 2020 on June 4, 2020, in online mode. Candidates who have appeared in the entrance test will be able to access their NEET 2020 result from the official website of NEET. By entering the login credentials on the candidate login page, candidates will be able to check their NEET scorecard which will mention the total scores, subject-wise scores, NEET all India rank, category rank etc. Based on the NEET scores, admission to all the medical, dental and AYUSH seats will be offered in various colleges of the country.
NEET counselling 2020After the declaration of result, the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of Medical Counselling Committee will conduct the NEET 2020 counselling which will kickstart in the last week of June. The counselling will be conducted for 15% of All India Quota seats. The remaining 85% state quota seats will be filled by the counselling conducted by the respective state counselling authority.
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Hello dear student,
As you said you belong to OBC NCL category in Gujarat as you said it is not in the central list then and you should preferably keep OBC as you category are you must be having the caste certificate with you. And if you will select general category then you will not get any benefit of being OBC category student even if you provide them with your OBC category certificate at the time of admission or document verification. I hope this was helpful to you
Thank you and best wishes
Dear Mansi, this depends on the verifying body i.e. NTA. If your uploaded document is not upto the guidelines then NTA will send you mail regarding that onyl. If you don't receive any mail then consider your application to be good.
Also, it is mentioned that the documents from digilocker can be used for official purposes. So, I don't think there will be any problem. Still if NTA sends you a mail then you will have to comply.
All the best
Hope this helps
There is no upper age limit to appear for NEET 2020 although you must have attained 17 years of age to appear for the exam. you must have scored a minimum of 50 % in your senior secondary exam to be eligible to appear for the same. I have attached a link for your reference regarding eligibility criteria for NEET,2020
Hello Shreya, some of the best medical colleges accepting NEET score in India are-
Hello Shreya, NEET 2020 is to be conducted on May 3rd by NTA(National Testing Agency). So, you have exactly 5 and half months left to prepare. Some list of tips I can give you are-
For more information about what books to read and other data, please visit
Hope this helps.
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