The students who are willing to pursue an undergraduate course will be shortlisted based on the NEET 2020 cutoff.
Highlights for NEET Cut-off 2020
According to the reaction of students and teachers, the NEET 2020 paper as compared to previous years was easy and not lengthy.
This year the exams of NEET and JEE were conducted on 13th September 2020. The delay in the examination became the big issue in India due to the coronavirus pandemic and finally, after being postponed twice, the (NEET) National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2020 was conducted on 13th September 2020.
The exam was conducted with all the precautions like maintaining social distance, using sanitizers, and the SOP’s given by the Health Ministry. Approximately, 15.9 lakh students appeared in the NEET Examination. The list of students will be shortlisted based on the NEET 2020 cutoff who want to pursue an undergraduate course.
Keeping the reaction of students and teachers in mind, the NEET 2020 paper was easy and not lengthy as compared to previous years. Due to this Covid-19 pandemic, the NEET exam dates got postponed twice. This increased the confusion and worrying situation for the students but the positive part was that students got enough time to prepare for the examination.
The reserved category has cut off of 40th percentile which is 120-100 cut off and the general category has 50th percentile which is 710-140 expected cut off.
The official answer key will be declared officially in some days but the students who score above the NEET cut off 2020 percentile are allowed to participate in the NEET admission process.
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