Rank-wise College Predictor for NEET 2020

Last Modified: 18 May 2022

In the NEET Exams, candidates are allocated colleges and course depending upon their merit, score and rank in the exam. The seat allocation is done via centralised counselling. The merit/rank list of the exam will be released by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). And, the colleges will be allocated based on the merit list. However, candidates can also predict the college based on previous years’ ranks through a college predictor. Here are the details about rank-wise college predictor for NEET 2020.

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has postponed the NEET 2020 exam scheduled on 3rd May due to the COVID-19 situation. As per the official notification, “As of now, the examination is proposed to be held in the last week of May 2020. The exact date will be announced later on after assessing the situation.”  NTA has conducted the medical entrance exam for the first time in 2019. Previously, CBSE was the exam-conducting body.

With the help of NEET rank-wise college predictor 2020, a data-driven tool, candidates can get a tentative idea about selecting the right medical or dental college on the basis of the result.

This unique tool has been designed after analysing the previous year’s result, allotment history and placement record. The NEET rank predictor tool will give the candidates a clear picture of the probable ranks that they are going to get.

Based on this, the aspirants can predict the colleges that they can choose during the counselling process. It can deal with the last year’s trend, the cut-off of any particular college and many other things.

Note: As per the Supreme Court Order, all central and state government running as well as MCI and DCI approved private medical and dental colleges will only consider the NEET score for admission.

NEET 2020 Result Updates

Qualifying Marks for NEET 2020 Exam:

Find below the list of minimum marks which candidates should get to secure admission in various medical and dental courses.

Category

Qualifying Marks

General Candidates

50 Percentile

SC, ST and OBC Candidates

40 Percentile

General PH Candidates

45 Percentile

Reserved PH Candidates

40 Percentile

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Last Year Cut Off Marks for NEET Exam:

Candidates can have an idea about their chances from the cut-off marks which they need to secure to qualify NEET 2020 exam.

Category

Cut-Off

General

704-134

OBC

133-107

SC

133-107

ST

133-107

PH (General)

133-120

PH (OBC)

119-107

PH (SC)

119-107

PH (ST)

119-107

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Steps to Predict NEET 2020 Rank -

Before the NEET 2020 result is announced, many colleges will publish the opening and closing rank for admission. The aspirants need to check their respective marks to apply for NEET counselling.

  • Click on ‘NEET 2020 Rank Predictor
  • Provide details such as your name, contact details and expected NEET score
  • Hit the ‘Check Now’ button
  • There you go! The expected rank is right in front of you.

Here you will learn how to calculate NEET rank 2020 from the obtained scores.

Marks Obtained

Expected NEET Rank

Marks Obtained

Expected NEET Rank

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1-100

584 – 580

3501 – 4000

674 – 670

101 – 200

534 – 530     

7501 – 8000

669 – 665     

201 – 300

529 – 525

8001 – 8500

664 – 655

301 – 400

524 – 520     

8501 – 9000

654 – 650

401 – 500

519 – 510     

9001 – 9500

649 – 640

501 – 600

509 – 505     

9501 – 10000

639 – 635     

601 – 700

504 – 500     

10001 – 10500

634 – 630     

701 – 800

499 – 480

10501 – 12000

629 – 620     

801 – 900

479 – 460

12001 – 14000

619 – 615

901 – 1000

459 – 440

14001 – 16000

614 – 610

1001 – 1500

439 – 420

16001 – 18000

609 – 600     

1501 – 2000

419 – 400

18001 – 20000

599 – 595

2001 – 2500

399 – 380

20001 – 22500

594 – 590

2501 – 3000

379 – 360

22501 – 25000

589 – 585

3001 – 3500

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>25000

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College Predictor for NEET 2020 -

Find below the expected college rank for 2020:

Name of College

Rank

Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi

1-23

VMMC & Safdarganj Hospital, New Delhi

14-78

University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi

26-67

Govt. Medical College, Kozhikode

27-290

Seth G. S. Medical College, Mumbai

33-281

Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi

35-141

CSM Medical University, Lucknow

55-3692

Govt. Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram

70-230

Govt. Medical College, Chandigarh

73-127

Madras Medical College, Chennai

162-501

S. M. S. Medical College, Jaipur

99-356

Grant Medical College & Sir J. J. Hospital, Mumbai

104-382

Sardar Patel Medical College, Bikaner

155-1082

Pt. B. D. Sharma PGIMS, Rohtak

119-600

Govt. Medical College, Kottayam

193-347

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Through this rank-wise college predictor, the candidates can predict and get an insight into the admission process. They can also target certain colleges for admission according to their performances, marking schemes and cut-off marks.

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71 Comments

krutika, July 30, 2019

My score is 420 & I belong to OBC in Karnataka, AIR - 109056. will I get private college seat under govt quota

Exams Planner, August 1, 2019

You might get a seat in a private college.

Jidnyasa, July 19, 2019

I got 510 marks. What are chances of getting government college for MBBS course in Maharashtra

Exams Planner, July 22, 2019

You might get a government college in Maharashtra.

pritish, July 11, 2019

sir i am OBC-B and i scored in neet is 410. can i get a GOVT. college?

Exams Planner, July 12, 2019

It is difficult to get a government college in AIQ but you can try for state quota counselling.

alina, June 29, 2019

sir,i got 3330 marks in neet 2019.my neet rank is 214450.is there any chance for getting govt seat in AIQ?

Exams Planner, July 2, 2019

It is difficult to get a government seat with your marks.

Veekshitha, June 26, 2019

Sir I got 299 marks and state rank 15,300 and all India rank 2,50,000 are there any chances to get bds seat?

Exams Planner, July 12, 2019

You might get a BDS seat.

Priyadharshini, June 25, 2019

Sir, I got 333 marks in neet 2019. My all india rank is 208540. Will I get seat in govt. medical college in tamil nadu under state quota?

Exams Planner, July 2, 2019

It is difficult.

vani, June 24, 2019

I scored 380 in NEET 2019 , can I get a government seats in Punjab State mbbs Counselling?

Exams Planner, July 2, 2019

It is difficult but you might get a government seat.

sharika, June 21, 2019

sir ive got 446 marks genral cat. can i get a private collegeg in kerela/ karnataka

Exams Planner, June 21, 2019

Yes, there are chances of getting a private college.

Akash patra, June 20, 2019

I am from West Bengal ur category my score is 519 and air is 38701. Can I get govt college

Exams Planner, June 21, 2019

There are chances that you will get a government college.

abhay, June 20, 2019

i git 608 marks in ur category my rank 6073. a seat of cat b in mbbs in Rajasthan.

Exams Planner, June 21, 2019

Yes, there are chances.