NEET Result Marks vs Rank – Now that NEET 2018 is over candidates can predict their NEET rank through NEET Result Marks vs Rank long before the result of NEET is announced by June 5, 2018.The desire to be able to estimate one's marks and rank knows no bounds once the exam has ended. While it’s easy to calculate NEET score with the answer keys of NEET 2018, the rank one might score always remains a source of confusion. Careers360 brings ‘NEET Result Marks vs Rank’ to help candidates calculate their NEET rank and know the type of MBBS/BDS seat and college they might get.
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The estimation of NEET score and rank beforehand becomes more crucial when the exam is as competitive and decisive as that of NEET 2018, held on May 6, 2018, with over 13.26 lakh aspirants expected to appear for it and all but two medical institutions (AIIMS Delhi and JIPMER Puducherry) in India taking MBBS/BDS admission on the basis of NEET score and NEET rank. With thousands of aspirants eyeing for a limited number of seats, NEET 2018 Marks vs Rank will also help aspirants get a general idea of the medical college they are likely to get.
Candidates can now get the answer to ‘What rank can I get in NEET 2018 if I am scoring so and so marks?’. The NEET Result Marks vs Rank chart has been prepared after a careful analysis of previous year trends of NEET result. Know what NEET rank to expect for all ranges of possible marks in NEET 2018 through the information given below.
NEET Result Marks vs Rank
Previous year data and trends of NEET 2017 have been used and analysed to compile the expected NEET 2018 rank range for the marks scored in NEET 2018. The corresponding NEET rank for NEET score is only indicative and may vary a little as the difficulty level of the exam, number of aspirants, preparation levels of aspirants, etc. changes every year. However, candidates can get a rough estimate of the NEET ranks they can get this year based on previous year's NEET result analysis, as presented in the marks vs rank NEET 2018 result table given below.
Highlights of NEET Result Marks vs Rank Analysis
As per previous year analysis of NEET result, in order to come in top 100 ranks of NEET, one would roughly need a score of 670 or above.
The last person to qualify NEET 2017 from general category got a score of 131 and NEET rank of 5,43,473.
The highest mark scored in NEET 2017 was 697, and in NEET 2016 it was 685.
The qualifying score in NEET 2017 was 131 (for general), and it was 145 in NEET 2016.
As the marks scored decreased, the number of candidates scoring similar marks in NEET increased. Wherein multiple candidates scored same marks, the tie-breaking criteria is used to determine the NEET rank.
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NEET Result Marks vs Rank
If you have calculated the marks you are scoring in NEET 2018 (via NEET 2018 answer keys), estimate the rank that you might get in NEET 2018 and predict your NEET 2018 result through the table below.
NEET Result - Marks vs Rank
Less than 100
6,75,638 and more
Qualifying NEET 2018 is the basic minimum requisite to be considered for MBBS/BDS admission in medical colleges. As per the cutoff of NEET 2018, candidates will need to score equivalent to following percentile in order to qualify the exam. Also given are the previous year corresponding qualifying scores.
NEET Cutoff Percentile and Previous Year Trends
NEET 2017 Cutoff Score (out of 720)
No. of Candidates Qualified (2017)
Know your chances for NEET 2018 AIQ Admission?
While, all those who qualify for NEET are eligible for admission under All India Quota, last year only candidates till NEET rank 8,317 (NEET marks 563) were called for AIQ MBBS admission under UR category. The highest NEET rank from OBC category to be considered for MBBS admission in AIQ was 8,347 (NEET marks 562). Similarly, in SC and ST category, the highest ranks considered for admission were 52,996 (NEET marks 442) and 76,167 (NEET marks 405) respectively.
How to calculate your expected NEET 2018 rank?
If you have already estimated the score you are likely to get in NEET 2018, then you can calculate your NEET 2018 rank through two ways- one being manually by using the ‘NEET Result Marks vs Rank’ chart given above, and automatically through NEET Rank Predictor tool, a data-driven, free-of-cost, tool which predicts data on the basis of previous many years’ data. Check below the simple steps to use the tool.
Click the link given above.
Enter the expected NEET score (out of 720).
Mention your category and other details as asked.
Get your probable category-wise NEET rank.
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How many MBBS/BDS seats are available?
As per the latest data available, given below are the numbers of seats and colleges which will offer MBBS/BDS admissions through NEET 2018 scores, which means that AIIMS and JIPMER institutions are excluded from the data. The NEET 2018 MBBS/BDS figures given below are approximate figures and may vary by a small margin due to change in seat matrix, college licenses, etc.
MBBS/BDS Seats and Colleges (available through NEET 2018)
Colleges and Seats
Colleges and Seats
*Including Deemed Universities.