NEET PG - CutOff
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Post Graduation 2020
Computer Based Test
Updated On - July 11 2020 by Latika Kalra
NEET PG cut off 2020 varies according to the different categories of candidates. Candidates from general category need to score minimum 50th percentile, while SC/ST/OBC candidates have to score 40th percentile. Candidates who will score NEET PG minimum qualifying percentile or more than that will be included in the merit list. In 2019, the cutoff marks of NEET PG for Unreserved (UR) category was 340.
Candidate must secure minimum NEET PG qualifying percentile 2020 to pass the entrance test. The category-wise expected NEET PG cutoff percentile is given in the table below.
Unreserved - PH (UR-PH)
SC/ST/OBC - PH
The factors determining the cutoff of NEET PG 2020 is mentioned below:
Number of candidates appearing for NEET PG 2020
Difficulty level of exam
As per the official brochure, percentile rank indicates how a candidate performed in comparison with other test-takers, while the percentage indicates the individual performance of an aspirant. Percentile rank displays the merit position of the candidate in comparison with others. Percentile rank are commonly used to clarify the interpretation of marks based on the standardised tests. And the percentage is calculated based on marks obtained in the computer-based test.
NEET PG cut off percentile (2019)
Unreserved - PH
SC/ST/OBC - PH
The cutoff of NEET PG 2020 will be for admission to the following postgraduate medical courses:
50% All India Quota (excluding former Jammu & Kashmir state)
50% State Quota (including Jammu and Kashmir candidates)
MD General Medicine
MS General Surgery
MD Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy
MD Obstetrics and Gynaecology
If two or more candidates have equal marks in NEET PG 2020 merit list, the conducting authority will use the tie-breaking procedure as mentioned below.
Candidate with less number of incorrect answers in the question paper can get better position in NEET PG rank list.
Candidates with higher marks in Part C will get better rank.
Candidates scoring higher marks in Part B of the test will get more priority.
Medical graduates with more correct answers in Part B will be allotted better rank.
Less number of negative responses in Part A by an candidate will lead him/her to a better rank.
Lastly, elder candidates will be awarded at higher rank.
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