Nidhi Bahl Updated On: 19 Dec, 2018 12:54 IST
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The NEET UG Rank Predictor provided below is based on the data of last years' exam .
After the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, popularly known as NEET, is conducted, test takers would want to know how they performed in the entrance exam. CollegeDekho will launch a tool - NEET UG Rank Predictor, which will help test takers predict their NEET rank.
With the help of NEET Rank Predictor, candidates will be able to check their estimated NEET rank as well as score. By doing so, students appearing in the exam will be able to get a fair idea of which college they can target basis their score and rank. However, candidates must not make their decisions based on these predictions. They must take the final call after the official announcement of NEET results.
NEET is a national-level entrance exam, which is mandatory for admission in medical and dental colleges of India. From this year, NEET has also become mandatory for candidates seeking medical admission abroad.
There are many Popular Medical Colleges in Countries like Ukraine, Georgia, Philippines, Kyrgyzstan, etc. where Indian candidates can apply based on their NEET scores. All those who qualify in NEET 2019 entrance exam will become eligible to apply for MBBS courses offered at foreign Universities.
In India, NEET takers will be invited for the counseling processes at different colleges and universities based on their score and rank.
Start by registering yourself on CollegeDekho.com by providing details such as mobile number, email address, etc.
Once you're done with the registration process, log in and go to the NEET UG 2019 Rank Predictor page and enter the necessary details.
To use the rank predictor to predict the rank for NEET UG 2018, enter the number of attempts and the number of correct attempts out of the total number of questions.
Click on 'Submit' and your possible rank will be displayed on the screen.
To figure out the estimated rank, candidates will have to enter the probable marks and to calculate the expected marks, it is advisable to use the NEET answer key 2019. The answer key will have the solutions for the questions in the offline entrance test. Aspirants can match their answers with the solutions in the NEET answer key 2019 and calculate the number of right and wrong answers marked.
The formula for this is also given below
NEET Scores 2019=Number of correct answers X 4-Number of wrong answer X 1
To explain this further, given below is the marking scheme as per the exam pattern of NEET 2019:
4 marks for every right answer
-1 mark for every wrong answer
0 mark for questions not answered
With the help of approximate rank, candidates can determine their performance based on various factors such as the number of candidates who appeared, the exam’s difficulty level, marking scheme and cut-off.
Aspirants can get to know their expected rank before NEET 2019 result declaration.
The calculated rank will also help the candidates check out the list of colleges where they can get admission.
The cut-off trends will also be given along with the result so that candidates have an idea regarding the cut-off trends of previous years.
Candidates will also know about their competition and how they fare amidst the competition.