NEET Result – Marks vs Rank
Kritika Tyagi, 05 Jun 2019, #NEET

NEET Result Marks vs Rank - The National Testing Agency (NTA) has announced the NEET 2019 ranks and marks of candidates on June 5. The marks and ranks of candidates can be checked from the link available below. With the NEET marks vs rank, candidates will be able to predict their rank before the declaration of NEET result 2019. The examination authority NTA has released the official answer key of NEET 2019 on May 29, along with the OMR sheets on May 31, 2019. These answer keys of NEET helps candidate in estimating their approximate score. While it is feasible to calculate the NEET score with the official answer keys of NEET 2019, the rank one might secure remains uncertain. Careers360 brings ‘NEET Result Marks vs Rank’ to help candidates calculate their NEET 2019 rank and know the course, college, and seat that they can get as per their rank.

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The desire to be able to estimate one’s marks and rank knows no bound once the exam is concluded and when the exam is as competitive as NEET UG where over 14,10,754 students have appeared. Only students who have filled the application form were issued the NEET 2019 admit card from April 15. It should be noted that NEET UG exam was held on May 5, 2019. All the medical and dental institutions will be taking admission on the basis of NEET 2019 marks and rank except for AIIMS, New Delhi and JIPMER, Puducherry. The total number of medical and dental seats available in the country are 66,771 and 27,148 respectively. As thousands of NEET aspirants are eyeing for a limited number of seats, NEET marks vs rank will provide candidates with an estimate of which seat they are likely to get in the counselling processes.

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Now candidates can get answers to questions like ‘What rank can I get in NEET 2019 if I am scoring so and so marks?’. The NEET Result Marks vs Rank chart has been prepared after analysing the previous trends of NEET result. Know the NEET rank that one might get for all ranges of possible marks in NEET 2019 through the information given below.


NEET Result Marks vs Rank

Previous years data and trends of NEET 2018 and 2017 have been used and analysed to compile the expected NEET 2019 rank range for the marks in NEET 2019. The corresponding NEET rank for NEET score is only indicative and may vary depending on the various factors available like the difficulty level of the exam, the number of aspirants, and preparation level of aspirants among others. However, candidates can get an expected NEET rank they can get in the next session based on the previous year's NEET result analysis, as presented in the marks vs rank NEET 2019 result table given below. Candidates who are preparing for NEET 2019 with the mock test can also estimate their NEET rank on the basis of marks they are scoring in the mock test. This will provide candidates with an approximate estimation of where they stand with respect to other candidates. Note that in NEET as the number of students taking the exam is high, there is a huge difference in rank with the decrease of even mark. Furthermore, various candidates will score the same marks in NEET but the ranks will be different as the tie breaker criteria will be used to allot the rank to those candidates who have scored the same marks in NEET 2019.

Highlights of NEET Marks vs Rank Analysis

  • Since there will be a lot of candidates scoring the same marks, therefore, the opening rank for a particular marks range is given in continuation with the closing rank of the marks range given prior to it.

  • The last rank which qualified the NEET exam in 2018 and 2017 in the unreserved category was 634897 and 543473 respectively.

  • The highest marks scored in NEET 2018 was 691, and in NEET 2017 it was 697.

  • The qualifying score in NEET 2018 was 119 (for unreserved), and it was 131 in NEET 2017.

  • As the marks scored in NEET decreases, the number of candidates scoring similar marks increases. When multiple candidates score same marks, the tie-breaking criteria is used to determine the NEET rank.

NEET Result Marks vs Rank

Candidates can know the NEET rank when they have calculated the marks they are likely to get in the exam with NEET Marks vs Rank and predict the NEET 2019 result with the data given below-

NEET Result - Marks vs Rank

Marks Range

Rank Range (2018)

Rank Range (2017)

691-699

1

1 - 9

681-690

2 - 7

10 - 25

671-680

8 - 31

26 - 83

661-670

32 - 63

84 - 163

651-660

64 - 122

164 - 301

641-650

123 - 232

302 - 535

631-640

233 - 398

534 - 870

621-630

399 - 639

871 - 1308

611-620

640 - 994

1309 - 1962

601-610

995 - 1505

1963 - 2786

591-600

1506 - 2169

2787 - 3874

581-590

2170 - 3084

3875 - 5229

571-580

3085 - 4202

5230 - 6788

561-570

4203 - 5615

6789 - 8736

551-560

5616 - 7433

8737 - 10851

541-550

7434 - 9493

10851 - 13353

531-540

9494 - 11885

13354 - 16163

521-530

11886 - 14629

16163 - 18876

511-520

14630 - 17816

18876 - 22372

501-510

17817 - 21337

22372 - 25842

491-500

21338 - 25229

25843 - 29557

481-490

25230 - 29528

29558 - 33893

471-480

29529 - 34037

33894 - 38152

461-470

34038 - 38947

38153 - 43019

451-460

38948 - 44227

43020 - 47809

441-450

44228 - 49907

47810 - 53184

431-440

49908 - 55928

53185 - 59177

421-430

55929 - 62506

59178 - 65280

411-420

62507 - 69529

65281 - 71938

401-410

69530 - 76981

71939 - 78651

391-400

76982 - 84899

78652 - 86257

381-390

84890 - 93120

86258 - 93741

371-380

93121 - 102006

93742 - 101720

361-370

102007 - 111483

101721 - 110266

351-360

111484 - 121479

110267 - 119395

341-350

121480 - 132093

119396 - 128853

331-340

132094 - 143344

128853 - 138981

321-330

143345 - 155264

138982 - 149614

311-320

155265 - 167741

149615 - 160535

301-310

167742 - 180986

160536 - 172278

291-300

180987 - 194679

172279 - 184931

281-290

194680 - 209322

184932 - 198052

271-280

209323 - 224738

198053 - 211988

261-270

224739 - 240648

211989 - 227224

251-260

240649 - 257835

227225 - 242142

241-250

257836 - 275715

242143 - 258630

231-240

275716 - 294517

258631 - 276078

221-230

294518 - 314654

276079 - 294822

211-220

314655 - 336164

294823 - 314758

201-210

336165 - 359011

314759 - 335921

191-200

359012 - 383503

335922 - 358808

181-190

383504 - 409830

358809 - 383340

171-180

409831 - 438270

383341 - 409732

161-170

438271 - 469209

409733 - 438229

151-160

469210 - 502827

438230 - 469129

141-150

502828 - 539448

469130 - 502572

131-140

539449 - 579715

502573 - 543473

121-130

579716 - 624309

543474 - 580499

111-120

624310 - 673394

580500 - 629987

100-110

673395 - 736206

629988 - 675637

Less than 100

736207 and more

675638 and more

NEET Marks and Rank of Previous Years’ Toppers

NEET All India Rank

Marks Scored in 2018

Marks Scored in 2017

1

691

697

2

690

695

3

690

695

4

686

692

5

686

691

6

685

691

7

685

691

8

680

690

9

680

690

10

680

686

11

680

685

12

676

685

13

676

685

14

675

685

15

675

685

16

675

685

17

675

685

18

675

684

19

675

683

20

675

682

21

675

682

22

675

682

23

675

681

24

673

681

25

672

681

NEET Cutoff 2019

It is mandatory for the candidates to qualify NEET 2019 to be considered for admission to MBBS, BDS and AYUSH courses. As per the NEET cutoff 2019, candidates will need to score equivalent to the following percentile in order to qualify the eligibility cum entrance exam. Candidates can also check the previous year qualifying score corresponding to the NEET cutoff 2019.

NEET 2019 Cutoff Percentile and Previous Year Trend

Category

Percentile

NEET 2018 Cutoff Score (out of 720)

NEET 2017 Cutoff Score (out of 720)

Unreserved

50th Percentile

119

131

Unreserved-PH

45th Percentile

107

118

SC/ST/OBC

40th Percentile

96

107

NEET Marks Range - Number of Candidates

The information given below will acquaint candidates with the number of candidates under the given marks range. Also, the category-wise cutoff and the number of candidates belonging to the particular in the given NEET marks range.

NEET Marks Range and Number of Candidates - Category-wise

Category

Marks Range (2018)

No. of Candidates Qualified (2018)

Marks Range (2017)

No. of Candidates Qualified (2017)

Unreserved (UR)

691-119

6,34,897*

697-131

5,43,473*

Unreserved Physically Handicapped (UR-PH)

118-107

205

130-118

67

Scheduled Caste (SC)

118-96

17,209

130-107

14599

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

118-96

7,446

130-107

6018

Other Backward Classes (OBC)

118-96

54,653

130-107

47382

SC-PH

106-96

36

130-107

38

ST-PH

106-96

12

130-107

10

OBC-PH

106-96

104

130-107

152

*Denotes the number of candidates in the given marks range not in the particular category

Know your chances for NEET 2019 AIQ admission

While all those who qualify for NEET are eligible to participate in the counselling for % All India Quota (AIQ) seats. However, it does not imply that the eligible candidates will get a medical or dental seat through AIQ. Candidates can check below the closing rank category-wise for All India Quota in the table given below-

AIQ Closing Ranks - 2018 and 2017

Category

NEET 2018 AIR

NEET 2018 Marks#

NEET 2017 AIR

NEET 2017 Marks#

General

10443

537

8317

563

OBC

10449

537

8347

562

SC

64642

417

52996

442

ST

77792

399

76167

405

General PH

397544

184

531574

134

OBC PH

379480

210

514811

138

SC PH

725351

101

547950

130

ST PH

607500

125

526589

135

How to calculate your expected NEET 2019 rank?

After the conclusion of the exam, estimate the score that you are likely to get in NEET 2019, then calculate the NEET 2019 rank through two ways- one being manually by using the ‘NEET Result Marks vs Rank’ chart given above, or by using NEET Rank Predictor tool. The data-driven tool, NEET Rank Predictor 2019 is free of cost. It predicts the NEET 2019 rank on the basis of previous years’ data. Given below are the steps to use the tool-

  • Click the link of NEET Rank Predictor 2019 which will be activated after the conclusion of the exam.

  • Register yourself.

  • Enter the estimated NEET score (out of 720).

  • Submit your category and other details as asked.

  • Get your probable category-wise NEET 2019 rank.

How many MBBS/BDS seats are available?

As per the latest data available, given below are the number of colleges and seats, which will offer admission to MBBS and BDS courses through NEET 2019 scores (excluding the Institutes of AIIMS and JIPMER). The NEET 2019 MBBS and BDS figures given below are approximate figures and may change by a small margin due to change in the seat matrix, college licenses, etc.

MBBS/BDS Seats and Colleges (available through NEET 2019)

MBBS

Colleges and Seats

Government Colleges

Private Colleges*

Central Universities

Total Colleges

216

247

2

Total Seats

30,455

36,165

151

AIQ Seats

4508

(Not applicable)

(Not applicable)

BDS

Colleges and Seats

Government Colleges

Private Colleges*

Central Universities

Total Colleges

47

260

3

Total Seats

2,930

24,130

132

AIQ Seats

425

(Not applicable)

(Not applicable)

*Inclusive of Deemed Universities


NEET 2019 FAQs


Question: Is postcard size photo required for NEET?

Answer: No, postcard size photo is not required to be pasted on NEET UG admit card 2019.

Question: Will NEET 2019 be conducted by CBSE?

Answer: No, it was conducted by NTA.

Question: What is the pass mark for NEET 2019?

Answer: To qualify in the exam, the candidate needs to score minimum 50 percentile if he/she belongs to UR category.

Question: What is purpose of NEET exam?

Answer: NEET exam is conducted for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in medical and dental colleges in India. Please note that AIIMS and JIPMER, however, don't provide admission on the basis of NEET scores, but conducts their own exams.

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