NEET PG 2018 Cut-Off Released for All Categories: Check out Merit List Criteria

Published on:27/01/2018

NEET PG 2018 cut off has been released for different categories. For more details, read below:

25 January 2018: National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Post Graduate (NEET PG) exam result has been declared on 24 January at National Board of Examinations’ (NBE) official website; www.nbe.edu.in.

The cut-off marks for the exam have also been declared with the result. As per an official notice published on the official website “the merit position of the candidates shall be declared in due course after applying the tie-breaker criteria as given in the Information Bulletin for NEET-PG 2018.”

Tie-Breaking Criteria (applicable in descending order)

  • Candidates with more number of correct responses will have higher merit position.
  • If the first criterion fails, aggregate percentage score of all MBBS professional exams (Ist Professional + 2nd Professional + 3rd Professional part 1 and part 2) will be considered. Candidate with better percentage will be higher on the merit list.
  • If these two criteria fail, candidate’s date of birth will be taken into consideration. Older candidate will be placed at better position in the merit list.

NEET PG 2018 Cut-Off

As per the eligibility criteria for Post Graduate courses mentioned in the NEET-PG 2018 Information Bulletin, here is the cut off scores for various categories:

Category

Eligibility Criteria

Cut-Off Score (out of 1200)

General (Unreserved)

50th Percentile

321

Physically Handicap (Unreserved)

45th Percentile

300

OBC/SC/ST/OBC-PH/SC-PH/ST-PH

40th Percentile

281

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NEET PG 2018 Result

Candidates can follow these steps to download their NEET PG score cards using their roll number and date of birth. Please note that the score cards will not be mailed individually to any candidate.

About NEET PG

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Post Graduate (NEET-PG) exam is conducted for admission into postgraduate medical courses such as MD, MS and PG diploma courses. It is a Computer Based Test (CBT) consisting of 300 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) from MBBS syllabus followed at Indian medical institutes. NEET PG 2018 was conducted on 7 January (Sunday).

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