NEET 2023 CUT OFF Marks :
|Category||Minimum Eligibility Criteria||Cut-off (out of 720)|
|Unreserved/ EWS||50th Percentile||137 Marks|
|OBC/ SC/ ST||40th Percentile||107 Marks|
|Unreserved/ EWS-PH||45th Percentile||121 Marks|
|SC/OBC-PH||40th Percentile||107 Marks|
|ST-PH||40th Percentile||107 Marks|
NEET UG 2023 Application Form Fees:
|Category of Candidate||(Fee in ₹)|
|**Processing charges & Goods and Services Tax (GST) are to be paid by the candidate, as applicable|
Registration Process :
Step 1: Registration form of NEET 2023 UG
- Generate the login credential through official website of
- Click on the new generated registration link.
- Aspirant needs to fill up their basic details like name, email address, contact number, etc.
- Submit the form.
Step 2 : Fill the application form of NEET UG 2023
- After submitting the form, aspirant needs to re-login and fill up the required details and select the medium of the paper.
- Select the examination centre as per your convenience along with academic details.
Step 3 : Upload the required documents
- Finger print of left and right hand
- 10th Certificate
- PWD (A disability certificate
- Category certificate
- Citizenship certificate
Step 4 : Make the payment of Application fees of NEET 2023 UG
- The fees must be paid online using a debit card, credit card, e-wallet, UPI, or net banking and as per mentioned in a
Guidelines for completing the NEET Application Form :
- The candidates are recommended to carefully read the eligibility requirements and other instructions before starting to fill out the NEET application form.
- When filling out the NEET form, the candidate must carefully record the NEET registration number that is given to him or her.
- Applicants should double-check that the NEET Form 2023 they are filling out contains accurate and current information before sending it in.
- For instance, the NEET application form accurately lists the names of the parents in accordance with class 10.
- It is also important to provide contact information, certification information, and other information.
- The NEET 2023 application form must be meticulously completed in accordance with the directions on the form.
NEET Admit Card 2023 Guidelines:
- On the exam day, every candidate must have their NEET 2023 Hall Tickets.
- The name and address of the exam centre, reporting time, along with the candidate’s roll no. will be mentioned on the admit card, so one must keep it safe and handy
- The admit card will include the candidate’s roll number, the name and address of the exam site, and the reporting time. As a result, it must be kept in a secure location.
- Students must attach a recently taken passport-sized coloured photograph to the little allocated box on top of the admissions card.
- All spellings, facts, and information on the admission card must be verified by the candidates. Candidates are obligated to notify the conducting authority of any printing mistakes or errors.
- If a candidate loses their NEET hall ticket, they must call the NTA hotline number or email the authorities at email@example.com.
NEET Marking scheme :
|Each Question Contains||4 Marks|
|Each Correct Answer||Will be rewarded by +4 Marks|
|Each Wrong Answer||1 Mark will be deducted|
|For un-attempted or unanswered Question||No Marks (For not attempted or answered)|
|If more than one option is found to be correct||Four marks (+4) will be awarded (to only those who have marked any of the correct options)|
|If all options are found to be correct||Four marks (+4) will be awarded to all those who have attempted the question|
|If none of the options is found correct or a Question is found to be wrong or a Question is dropped then all candidates||+4 Marks (Regardless question is attempted or not)|
Prohibited Items at Exam Centre :
|Stationary Items||such as a calculator, pen, scanner, pencil box, or plastic pouch not allowed at exam centre|
|Electronics Products||headphones, a microphone, and Bluetooth are not allowed|
|Accessories||watchbands, bracelets, jewellery, hats, wallets, and handbags are not allowed.|
|Edible items||water bottles, crisps, and chocolates are not allowed.|
NEET Exam Pattern 2023:
|Exam Duration||3 hours 20 minutes|
|Question Paper Type||Multiple Choice Questions|
|Total number of questions||200 (180 applicable questions for attempt)|
neet paper pattern :
|Subject||Section||Number of Questions||Marks (4 Each)|
NEET ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA 2023 :
Minimum age required for NEET UG is 17 years . Applicant must have completed 17 years before the December 31st of the corresponding year.
- Indian citizens.
- OCI, or Overseas Citizen of India
- people from abroad.
- NRIs, or non-resident Indians
- Indian-born individuals or PIO
- Applicants must have passed the Class 12 exam or an exam that is equivalent from a board or institution that is regarded.
- Applicants who have not yet finished Class 12 but are anticipating results can also register for the NEET UG exam.
- The exam is open to applicants who have completed Class 12 at any open school or institution.
- Applicants need to have completed their Class 12 education with courses in physics, biology, and chemistry.
- The groups of applicants that are listed below each have a different qualifying percentage of Class 12 graduates for the NEET UG exam:
50 percent for all
40% for SC/ST/OBC
people with disabilities (PwD)- 45%
NEET Exam Guidelines :
- Candidates must enter the exam room by 1:30 PM, which is the final reporting time.
- After 1:30 pm, candidates won’t be accepted.
- A seat and roll number will be assigned to each competitor. Candidates must locate and occupy their seats.
- Candidates are instructed to maintain a stiff, erect body stance and face the camera as the camera approaches.
- Be careful not to accidentally or knowingly possess any of the forbidden items listed on this page.
- It is suggested to bring only what you need for the exam because the testing location does not hold any of your belongings.
- Verify that the test booklet’s pages correspond to the number
documents required for NEET 2023 application form :
Latest Passport size Photograph in JPG format (size: 10 kb to 200 kb)
Post Card size photograph (4”X6”) in JPG format (Size: 10 kb – 200 kb)
Signature in JPG format (size: 4 kb to 30 kb)
Left-hand thumb impression (In case of any eventuality of left-hand thumb
being unavailable, right-hand thumb impression may be used.) in JPG format
(file size: 10 kb to 200 kb)
Class X passed certificate in PDF format (file size: 50 kb to 300 kb)
Category certificate (SC/ST/OBC/EWS etc.) in PDF format (file size: 50 kb to 300
PwBD certificate in PDF format (file size: 50 kb to 300 kb)
Citizenship Certificate/ Embassy Certificate or any Documentary proof of
Citizenship certificate in PDF format (file size: 50 kb to 300 kb)
NEET Dress Code :
|Put on light-colored T-shirts or half-sleeved shirts. Full shirts are not allowed. Kurta-pyjamas are not permitted. No fancy zippers, buttons, pockets, or even embroidery of any kind will be tolerated. Put on trousers Wear sandals or slippers; shoes are not allowed.||Pick out light colours. Avoid wearing anything with intricate stitching, zips, sleeves, or buttons. Wear low-heeled sandals or slippers; shoes are strictly prohibited. It is advised against donning jewellery, belts, watches, or other such accessories.|
PwBD (Persons with Disability ) – 5% seats in each of GEN, GEN-EWS, OBCNCL, SC, and ST category seats (Horizontal reservation).
1. Candidates who want to avail the benefits of PwBD reservation in
admission to MBBS/BDS course, the disability norms as prescribed by
NMC (earlier known as MCI)/DCI norms will be adhered with, and only
those candidates will be eligible for the benefit of reservation.
NEET 2022 Cut off :
|Category||Minimum Eligibility Criteria||Cut-off Marks (out of 720)|
|Unreserved/ EWS||50th Percentile||117 Marks|
|OBC/ SC/ ST||40th Percentile||93 Marks|
|Unreserved/ EWS-PH||45th Percentile||105 Marks|
|SC/ST/OBC-PH||40th Percentile||93 Marks|
NEET 2021 Cut off :
|Category||Minimum Eligibility Criteria||Cut-off (out of 720)|
|Unreserved/ EWS||50th Percentile||138 Marks|
|OBC/ SC/ ST||40th Percentile||108 Marks|
|Unreserved/ EWS-PH||45th Percentile||122 Marks|
|SC/ST/OBC-PH||40th Percentile||108 Marks|
NEET 2020 Cut off :
|Category||Minimum Eligibility Criteria||Cut-off (out of 720)||Revised cut off|
|Unreserved/ EWS||50th Percentile||147 Marks||113 Marks|
|OBC/ SC/ ST||40th Percentile||113 Marks||87 Marks|
|Unreserved/ EWS-PH||45th Percentile||129 Marks||99 Marks|
|SC/ST/OBC-PH||40th Percentile||113 Marks||87 Marks|
FAQ'S : Frequently Asked Questions
1.How many students appeared for NEET 2023 ?
A record 20.87 lakh applicants applied for the exam, outnumbering the previous year’s total by 2.57 lakh.
2. What is cut off marks in NEET?
The NEET test consists of 200 multiple-choice questions, with a maximum score of 720 possible. The qualifying score for unreserved category applicants in the previous year was 117, while it was 116 for reserved category candidates out of a total of 720 marks.
3 . How many times NEET exam conducted in a year?
The NEET exam is only given once a year. The exam is typically held in May.
4.What is NEET UG?
NEET (UG) is one of India’s most difficult medical entrance examinations. Every year, the National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for undergraduate (MBBS/BDS/Ayush Courses) admission. According to the Government of India, passing the NEET Exam is a mandatory qualification for studying medical degrees in India and abroad. The NEET is a single national level undergraduate medical entrance exam held each year in India for admission to 542 medical, 313 dental, 914 AYUSH, and 47 BVSc and AH colleges.
5. How many attempts are allowed for NEET Exam?
- Students have no limit on the number of NEET attempts allowed by the National Testing Agency.
- Any candidate who meets the eligibility requirements can take the exam as many times as they choose.
- The prior CBSE-imposed limit of three tries has been lifted.
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