National Testing Agency (NTA) will hold NEET 2019 on May 5, 2019. Medical aspirants dreaming of studying MBBS / BDS must be applying for NEET 2019. Rank Predictor for NEET 2019 will show expected rank vs marks obtained. Here we have provided NEET 2019 Rank Predictor on basis of estimated data from previous years based on which candidates can have a rough idea as to what the rank for NEET 2019 will be in the said marks range. We can vouch for the nearest accuracy as ranged by our rank predictor data from previous years.
Candidates are requested to scroll down to check previous year’s rank vs marks range, top 10 qualified rank holders’ percentile and marks, as well as, NEET 2019 expected qualifying percentile. It is advisable not to fret and approach this data with a clear purpose to get an estimation, as nothing will stand true until actual rank is released officially by the exam conducting authority for NEET 2019.
NEET 2019 Rank Predictor
As the time for allotting college will come closer, post release of NEET 2019 answer key, candidates who will have appeared for the exam will start getting cold feet. Fetching a good rank in order to attain a college of one’s choice will be every NEET 2019 aspirant’s dream. The very first step in terms of predicting one’s NEET 2019 rank would be to know the estimated marks scored per candidate on the basis of the officially released NEET 2019 Answer Key.
Important: It is important to understand that the said range has been prepared on the basis of information present on the internet as CBSE only released MBBS and BDS merit list for previous year’s NEET.
Rank vs Marks for NEET (Last Year)
Last year a total of 7,14,562 candidates qualified NEET. Below we have mentioned the top 50 rank holders from last year.
|Candidate’s Name||Marks (out of 720)||Percentile||All India Rank|
|Agrawal Krishna Ashish||685||99.999449||7|
|Ankadala Anirudh Babu||680||99.999134||8|
|Ramneek Kaur Mahal||680||99.999134||10|
|Ritwik Kumar Sahoo||676||99.998976||13|
|Onteru Venkata Sai Harsha Vardhan Reddy||675||99.998189||14|
|Sahil Sachinbhai Shah||675||99.998189||15|
|Tanuj Jatin Presswala||675||99.998189||18|
|Gunjan Atul Gattani||675||99.998189||21|
|Aaditya Vasudev Aggarwal||675||99.998189||23|
|Shlok Viral Patel||673||99.998110||24|
|Mohammedanas Mohammedyunus Memon||671||99.997559||26|
|Adhya Akshay Joshi||671||99.997559||27|
|Amitabh Pankaj Chauhan||670||99.996929||34|
|Lokesh Paras Mandlecha||670||99.996929||37|
Rank vs Marks for NEET (Previous Year)
|Marks Range||Rank||Marks Range||Rank|
|681-689||11-23||371-380||93742 – 101720|
|631-640||534-870||321-330||138982 – 149614|
|–||–||Below 100||675638 and above|
How to Use NEET 2019 Rank Predictor?
- Firstly, check NEET 2019 Answer Key.
- Then calculate the expected marks using the following method: (Marks of correct answers × 4) − (no. of incorrect answers × 1)
- With the generated estimated marks based on NEET 2019 Answer Key, candidates can refer to the above-given tables from previous years.
- With the range of marks, as mentioned above, candidates can place it with the corresponding rank range in order to predict their NEET 2019 rank.
Who can use NEET 2019 Rank Predictor?
NEET 2019 Rank Predictor is to be used by those who qualify the basic cutoff score as to be released by NTA for NEET 2019. In order to do so, the first and the foremost step so as to use our NEET 2019 Rank Predictor would be to evaluate and assess one’s performance. Once the said is done, candidates will have to use the assessed score drawn after the release of NEET 2019 OMR Display to sketch an estimation of their rank.
What is a Good Rank in NEET?
Neet 2019 colleges will be allotted to selected candidates who have secured a good rank based on their overall marks in the same. A good rank under NEET is important as candidates get colleges based on it. As stated above, any rank that gets a qualifying candidate a good government college (preferably of his / her choice) is considered as a good college.
As goes the understanding, there is not any specific rank criteria that defines a good college. But of course securing a higher rank say in under 100 is a sure shot ticket to a good government medical college, but candidates have to understand that ranks vary per year based on cutoffs and at an all India level as well as state level.
Backing the data on previous year’s information, usually, a rank between 3500 – 4000 is considered good for unreserved / open catrgory in order to bag a good government medical college.
NEET 2019 Expected Qualifying Percentile
As per last year, for NEET 2019 candidates will be expected to procure a minimum percentile in order to be eligible for attaining a possibility in seeking admission in any aid college under NEET. The minimum qualifying percentile varies per category. We have, as per last year’s data, given below the expected qualifying percentile for NEET 2019:
|ST / SC / OBC||40|
|General / UR (PH)||45|
|ST / SC / OBC (PH)||40|
Qualifying Marks Range as against the Minimum Qualifying Percentile
It is important to understand that as NEET 2018 was conducted by CBSE, it placed NEET 2018 candidates in the Merit List on the basis of marks attained. As known, with NTA holding NEET 2019 this time, it is crucial to know that the marks corresponding to the minimum qualifying percentile will be considered as NEET 2019 cut-off marks. Candidates can get an estimate of what the qualifying/cut-off marks will be by checking NEET 2018’s cutoff marks as given below: