NEET Cut Off 2024‣ Expected & Previous Years NEET Cutoff Marks, Percentile & Score

The National Testing Agency (NTA) releases the NEET Cut Off 2024 about a month after the exam. The NEET 2024 CutOff is released along with the NEET Results 2024 through online mode only on their official website:
The NEET cutoff 2023 for general category was 720-137 and for SC/ST/OBC category is 136-107 marks.

NTA releases two different NEET Cut Off 2024, one being the qualifying marks to pass the NEET examination and other being the cutoff for getting admission in different colleges. In the second list, the rank based cut off is provided on the basis of which the candidates can apply for MBBS admission through NEET.

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NEET 2024 Cut Off

The official NEET Cut Off are released along with NEET Result 2024, the candidates can check the NEET expected cut off in the table given below:

CategoryQualifying criteriaNEET cutoff
UR/EWS50th Percentile720-137
OBC40th Percentile136-107
SC40th Percentile136-107
ST40th Percentile136-107
UR / EWS & PH45th Percentile136-121
OBC & PH40th Percentile120-107
SC & PH40th Percentile120-107
ST & PH40th Percentile120-108
NEET cutoff Marks & Percentile 2023

Factors affecting NEET 2024 Cut Off

The NEET Cut Off 2024 is affected by different factors which are mentioned below:

Importance of NEET CutOff 2024

By giving the NEET Exam 2024 and getting marks more than the NEET Cut Off 2024, students can apply for different seats in different colleges like:

  • 15% All India Quota Seats
  • 85% State Quota Seats
  • ESIC and AFMS
  • Deemed and Central Universities
  • AIIMS Colleges
  • JIPMER Institutes
  • Other Private Colleges

NEET cutoff for General Category – Year-wise

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NEET cutoff for OBC Category – Year-wise

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NEET Cutoff for SC/ST Category – Year-wise

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NEET MBBS/BDS cutoff 2023

CategoryNEET cutoff percentileNEET cutoff 2023 scores
Unreserved50th percentile720-137
SC/ST/OBC40th percentile136-107
Unreserved-PH45th percentile136-121
SC/ST/OBS- PH40th percentile120-107

NEET Cut Off – Tie Breaking Rules

If in any case, two or more students gets the exact same marks in their NEET paper, then to decide the rank of the candidate, the following rules will be taken in account and based on them, it will be decided who will get higher rank:

  • Higher Marks in Biology : The students who have scored more marks in Biology that is Botany and Zoology will be considered for the higher rank.
  • Higher Marks in Chemistry : In case the candidates have got the same marks in Biology also, then the marks of Chemistry will be taken into account and on the basis of it, the rank will be given.
  • Number of Incorrect Answers: If in case, still both the candidates have same marks, then the number of incorrect and correct answers will be counted and on the basis of it, higher rank will be given to the one having lesser incorrect answers.

Also read NTA NEET Admit Card 2024

NEET Recent Years Cut Offs

Candidates can check last few years NEET Cut Off in the table given below. By seeing it, students can get an estimate of what the NEET 2024 Cut Off can be and on the basis of it students can plan their way.

CategoryNEET 2021 Cut OffNEET 2020 Cut OffNEET 2019 Cut Off
General138 – 720147 – 720134 – 701
SC/ST/OBC108 – 137113 – 146107 – 133
General – PwD122 – 137129 – 146120 – 133
SC/ST/OBC – PwD108 – 121113 – 128107 – 119

FAQs Related to NEET Cutoff Marks 2024

Can we get our desired college by scoring marks more than the NEET Cut Off 2024?

No, it is not necessary that if the student has scored more than the NEET 2024 Cut Off, then he/she will get their desired college. Each college has its own Cut off list which contains the rank up to which students can apply for admission in that college.

How much is a safe score in NEET 2024 to get admission in a decent medical college?

Based on the previous years’ stats, we can say that a score anywhere near 650 – 680 or more can be a very good score to get admission in good medical colleges in our country.

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