NEET UG 2022 – Government Medical College Cut OFF?
With the maximum number of candidates attempting NEET 2022, this was predicted that competition for admission to India’s top medical institutions would be fierce. Following the tests, analysts stated that, despite the fact that the paper was considerably more difficult than the previous year’s, the cut-off might still be projected to climb. Students would require around 600 points in the exam to get entrance to a governmental medical college.
NEET scores are relative; to qualify for the medical entrance exam, candidates must get a 50 percentile score. Last year, the unreserved category had a 50 percentile score of more than 138 points. This represents a decrease from 147 in 2020 and 134 in 2019. According to analysts, the minimum pass score for government institutions might be as higher as 150 points, while the minimum pass mark for private colleges could be above 600 points.
The cut-off score is determined by a variety of criteria, along with the number of pupils who took the test, the total number of available seats, and the exam’s difficulty level. According to experts, the increased number of applicants taking the NEET this year may cause the cut-off to rise.
The predicted marks to gain a place in Public Universities (All India Quota) were expected to be 580 to 610, identical to the preceding year (2021). As the number of students who took the test this year was about 19 lakhs, an increase of 18 percent (roughly) over the previous year, projected scores might range from 590 to 620, according to Dr. Sarvesh Chaubey, Deputy Regional Director, Aakash BYJU’S Live.
According to Saurabh Kumar, Chief Academic Officer, Vidyamandir Classes, the cut-off for NEET might be around 150 points, with the final seat going up to 350 points; however, for MBBS at government institutes, students will require approximately 600 points. He also mentioned that chemistry and botany were more difficult this year than previous, which may be the decisive factor.
According to Brajesh Maheshwari, co-founder of Allen Coaching Institutes, students who score about 610 (give or take five points) may expect to get admitted to the best government universities. He also stated that Biology, Zoology, and Botany seemed long, and Chemistry was difficult in this year’s medical entrance exam.
Like the previous two years, the top rank holders may be predicted to achieve 720 marks this year, he stated, adding that they might have a high-ranking student based on Allen’s answer key. The NTA, on the other hand, has yet to issue the answer key. Maheshwari encouraged students not to give up hope till the last round of counseling.
Since last year, the government has allowed 27% reserves for candidates from other backward classes (OBC) and 10% reserves for candidates from either the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) (EWS). The reservation would be made available through the All India Quota (AIQ). This is in addition to the 15% reserve granted to SC students and the 7.5 percent reserve offered to ST students.
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