Expected cut-off marks of NEET 2017



Ending the wait of millions of medical aspirants, CBSE announced the result of NEET 2017 on 23rd June. Topper Navdeep Singh has secured 697 marks while the second and third topper are not far behind and both of them have secured 695 marks. General category candidates need to secure 131 marks to qualify in NEET this year. Qualifying marks for OBC, SC and ST category candidates are 107. Expected cut-off marks of NEET 2017 for counselling for 15 percent All India Quota Seats could touch 500 for the first time, though CBSE has not announced it officially yet.


CBSE successfully conducted NEET 2017 on 7 May and result of the examination has been announced. It was for the first time that a single medical entrance examination was conducted throughout the country on such a large scale. NEET result will be used for admission in MBBS and BDS courses in various colleges of the country. No state or private medical college will conduct its own entrance examination from this year and due to this reason significance of NEET increases by manifold.

Level of Difficulty in NEET 2017 Question Paper 

Undoubtedly, NEET 2017 question paper was a bit time consuming and lengthier one. Questions from Physics involved lots of calculations. Chemistry questions to a certain extent were moderate. Level of difficulty in Biology was also moderate. Overall, if you ran out of time and could not answer all questions, calm down, you are not the only one.  

Expected cut-off marks of NEET 2017
For general category candidates, last year, cut-off marks had crossed 460 for the first time. Looking at the result of this year, it is likely for the cut-off to go much higher this time. Expected cut-off marks for general category candidates are likely to remain in the range of 480-500.

Expected cut-off marks of NEET 2017 for state quota

It varies in different states. In Bihar, last year, it was around 480 for general category candidates. So, expect it around 520 this year. Different states will release their own cut-off marks. As compared to last year, cut-off marks are expected to go lower this year.

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