NEET Result 2018 – NEET 2018 Results,Rank,Cutoff

By | March 12, 2018

NEET Result 2018 :The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has declared National Eligibility and Entrance Test NEET Result 2018 on and Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Sunday successfully conducted the National Eligibility-Cum-Entrance Test (NEET) 2018.  The results for the same will be declared on June 8. A total of 11, 38,890 students registered for this examination including 1522 NRIs, 480 OCIs, 70 PIOs and 613 Foreigners. This exam has been conducted in 10 languages at 1921 exam centres in 103 cities.

NEET 2018 Result,CutOff

For smooth conduction of the examination, 490 CBSE officials were deployed to the exam centres to personally supervise the examination alongwith 3,500 observers and city coordinators from CBSE affiliated schools.The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, by a June 2016 ordinance, amended the Medical Council of India Act and Dental Council of India Act and made the provision for integrated NEET for UG admissions for 95,000 seats (65,000 MBBS &25,000 BDS) in all government medical colleges, private medical colleges and deemed universities in the entire country.

NEET Result – Minimum Qualifying Percentile

The NEET cut off score for 2018, i.e. the minimum qualifying percentile for all the categories is likely to remain same as previous years:

NEET Cut Off 2018
Categories Minimum Percentile
General 50th Percentile
OBC 40th Percentile
SC 40th Percentile
ST 40th Percentile

NEET 2018 Cut Off

As per official data, 10,90,085 candidates appeared for NEET 2017. The minimum score that was required for unreserved candidates to qualify for the exam was 131. For SC/ST/OBC candidates, the NEET cut off was 107. The NEET cutoff percentile are tabulated below:

NEET Cut Off Percentile For 2017
Category NEET Cutoff Percentile Marks Range/Number of Candidates Qualified
General 50th Percentile 697-131/5,43,473
OBC 40th Percentile 130-107/47,382
SC 40th Percentile 130-107/14,599
ST 40th Percentile 130-107/6,018

With just around 1 lakh seats for MBBS and BDS courses across the country, the number of candidates who qualified the exam is high. So, you can see, in order to ensure a seat, clearing the NEET cut off is not enough; you have to crack the exam with a very high score in your NEET result.

How to Check NEET Results 2018

Step 1: Visit the official websites mentioned above
Step 2: On the homepage, click on ‘NEET 2018 result and rank’
Step 3: A new page will open. Enter your roll number and other details
Step 4: The result will appear. Download and take a print out.

Nearly 12 lakh students appeared in the NEET 2018 of which about 10.5 lakh students have given the exam in either Hindi or English while around 1.25 lakh to 1.50 lakh students have appeared in eight vernacular languages.

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