Muskaan MirAsked on 25 April, 2018
Can I go abroad for MBBS with 14% marks in NEET?
According to the latest reports, Govt. is going to make qualifying NEET compulsory for going abroad and study medicine. For qualifying NEET a general candidate simply needs to be in the 50th percentile and a reserved-category candidate in the 40th. In 2017, 50th percentile for general candidates meant 131 (18.3%) and 40th for reserved-categories meant 107 (14.8%).
Rahul sahAsked on 16 April, 2018
How many marks are needed for BHMS College in NEET for an OBC Student from Bihar?
Cut-offs differ from year to year as they depend on multiple factors like the number of students appearing, the difficulty level of the paper, etc, so no clear cut-off marks are there as of now. The results will be declared on June 5, 2018, by CBSE which you can check on its official page.
Shubham SharmaAsked on 16 April, 2018
What should be the percentile of a general student for a government medical college?
A general student needs to be in the 50th percentile for qualifying NEET.