NEET Cutoff 2018 for Gen, OBC, ST, SC, PwD Categories

Published: | June 04, 2018
NEET Cutoff 2018 for Gen, OBC, ST, SC, PwD Categories
  • NEET Result 2018 have been announced and students are eagerly waiting for NEET cut-offs 2018.
  • NEET cutoff 2018 will determine the courses and medical colleges where students can expect to secure seats.

This is the most restless time of the year for medical aspirants as they were waiting for NEET result 2018 that have been announced today. One of the most anticipated information for these students is NEET cut-off 2018 that will be announced along with the result. Candidates can get an estimate of their NEET rank and score through CollegeDekho’s NEET Rank Predictor 2018. The list of NEET toppers 2018 will also be announced along with the result.

NEET Cutoffs will not only be the key to determine which of the best medical courses you can choose but also which of the top medical colleges in India you have a chance of getting. Admission in these medical institutes will be done on the basis of NEET 2018 MBBS seats. If you want to know more about the NEET cut off 2018, you can check the category-wise estimated NEET cut-off given below:

NEET Cut-off 2018:

Student Category

NEET Cut-off 2018 (Expected)

NEET Percentile Required

Number of Candidates Qualified

General Candidate (UR)


50th percentile


General-PwD Candidates


45th Percentile


OBC Candidate


40th Percentile


OBC-PwD Candidate


40th Percentile


SC Candidates


40th Percentile


SC-PwD Candidates


40th Percentile


ST Candidates


40th Percentile


ST-PwD Candidates


40th Percentile


Also Read: List of AIIMS Colleges: Intake and Rank 2018

NEET cutoff is not set in stone and can change every year according to the number of students who have applied, seats available and the difficulty level of the exam. To get a better estimate of your score, you can also check the NEET answer keys 2018 and cross-verify the options you had marked across every question.

NEET counselling 2018 choice filling will begin after the NEET cut-off is announced, i.e. from June 12 and the first round will continue till June 24. Candidates must keep their documents ready as they will be verified once the seats are allocated.

Also Read: BAMS vs BHMS: Check Eligibility, Jobs, Salary and Fees

Stay tuned with CollegeDekho for more updates about NEET cutoff 2018.


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