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Just like the NEET conducts examinations for the admission of undergraduate students into medical and dental colleges at the undergraduate level, it also conducts examinations for the admission of candidates into postgraduate levels as well. Popularly known as the NEET PG, this examination grants admission to candidates based on rank to private as well as government medical and dental colleges. This is applicable for PG diploma courses as well. Much like the NEET for undergraduate examination, then NEET PG also take their admission based on rank which can be accessed by the candidates from the NEET rank list 2018. One has to have a good rank in order to get admission into a good college.

How does the application and admission process work?

Well if you are hoping to continue with your medical studies in the post graduation level as well, then you will need to appear for the All Indian NEET because this will function as your entry card. The application forms need to be filled out once they are available online at the official homepage of the NEET. Once you submit the application form with all the necessary details, you will have to take a print out the generated admit card and note down the roll number. Your admit card will have the venue of the examination, where you will need to turn up on the day of the examination. Once you have appeared for the examination, you will then have to wait for the NEET rank list 2018 to be published, which is generally out by the month of February. Now depending on your rank, you will get admission in a college. You will be called for counselling and you will have to check which colleges are open to you depending on your rank and score. A list of colleges will be provided to you where you will be able to take admission from where you can take your pick. Thus you have to score a good rank in order to get into a high ranking college.

The Cut off Details

In order for one to be eligible to go to counselling and seek admission in a college, there are some basic requirements that applicants will need to fulfill. They will have to satisfy the minimum cut off marks in order to be considered for counselling. If you are a General category candidate, then you will have to score a minimum of 321; if you are an SC or ST or OBC then your cut off will be 281 and if you are UR PH then your cut off will be 300. One will also need to consider the percentile for being eligible as well. For General category, candidates must at least be in the 50th percentile mark, for SC or ST or OBC candidates need to be in the 40th percentile mark and for UR PH candidates, the percentile mark is 45th. All these details will be made available to the candidates in the NEET rank list 2018.

The different types of merit NEET rank list 2018

Every year NEET brings out four different types of merit lists, which makes it easier for the candidates to apply to the colleges and weed out their options better. Let us take a look at these four types of merit lists:

Type of merit list Basic details
State category or Union territory wise published merit list This is a merit list which will place the candidates in order of the state rank or the union territory rank as applicable. This can be used for state admission as well as admission to national colleges.
The Reserved Quota merit list This is a merit list of ranks of candidates who have SC/ST/ OBC quota and it can be used for admission into national colleges.
The 50% Quota merit list This is for the 50% of all the candidates who have appeared in the NEET and are eligible for admission to the bracket of the 50% seats.
The All India NEET rank list 2018 list This is the main list which will provide the overall ranking of every candidate and will be used for national as well state level admissions.

How to access your merit list?

Well if you are wondering how you would be able to access your merit list, the first and foremost you will need to sign up for updates so that you get notified as and when the results are out. The process of accessing the national merit list, which is generally the first to be published, is quite easy. You will have to check the official website when you learn that the NEET rank list 2018 are out. You will have to keep your roll number handy since you will have to enter it, your date of birth and a provided security code in order to be able to access the neet result 2018 rank list. Once you have the list, you will have to download it and find out about the counselling dates so that you can secure your admission.

What happens if there is a tie in the rank?

More often than not, there are ties in the ranks for which the NEET has developed a tiebreaker system. It is as follows:

  • The first thing that will be taken into account is the rate of accuracy of the candidate. Since the scores are tied, the number of questions attempted and the number of accurately answered one will be considered. The higher the number of correct answers, higher will be the rank.
  • If this fails, then the candidates’ marks in the last qualifying examination will be taken into account.
  • If that does not work either, the final thing that will be considered when ranking the candidates in the neet result 2018 rank list is the age of the candidate. In case of two candidates tied, the one who is older will occupy a higher position in the ranking ladder.

NEET is quite tough and in order to make it to the top of the neet result, 2018 rank list one will have to prepare really hard. All the best!

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