NEET Marks Vs Rank 2022: Check NEET 2022 Rank Vs Marks Analysis

National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test 2022 ( NEET )

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NEET marks vs rank data can be very helpful to the students who are eager to find out their expected ranks after the examination. Use this data in the Shiksha college predictor and find out the colleges that you can apply for during counselling.

NEET Marks Vs Rank

NEET Marks Vs Rank

NEET 2022 marks and rank follow a particular ratio. While a full score or 720 will fetch the rank 1, scores lower than it would have ranks lower than that. Based on the total number of candidates appearing for the exam, and the marks obtained by them, the ranks are computed. Here in this article by Shiksha, we bring to you the compilation of NEET marks vs rank, based on the last year's data.

To know which colleges/courses one can be eligible for via NEET 2022, s/he must know the approximate ranks also. Only when one knows their NEET rank, s/he can begin researching the colleges that they are eligible for. This stage is fairly simple, candidates can use the estimated rank to check the list of colleges in a NEET College Predictor. They can begin researching these colleges and prepare a list of pros and cons for each. This makes the choice easier for them during counselling.

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But, where can NEET takers find the rank before the declaration of result? This is where the NEET marks vs rank data will come in handy. NEET result is released only after the provisional answer keys are released and the answer key objections have been verified followed by the preparation of NEET 2022 answer keys. NTA released the answer keys on August 31 and the final answer keys will be released on September 7 along with the result. Meanwhile, candidates who have calculated their marks can check their ranks using the NEET marks vs rank data. Candidates simply have to refer to the table given below to know their estimated rank. Scroll down to see the marks that you have obtained and check what ranks can be obtained for that score.  

NEET Marks vs Rank 2022

The following NEET rank list with marks is prepared based on previous years' trends of candidates' NEET scores, vis-a-vis ranks. The data is indicative and may vary in reality, which can only be verified after the declaration of the result.

Marks Scored (Out of 720)

Expected All India Rank

691-720

1-19

681-690

20-80

671-680

80-200

661-670

200-450

651-660

450-950

641-650

950-1,700

631-640

1,700-2,500

621-630

2,500-4,000

611-620

4,000-5,500

601-610

5,500-7,500

591-600

7,500-10,000

581-590

10,000-12,800

571-580

12,800-13,000

561-570

13,000-16,000

551-560

16,000-19,000

541-550

19,000-23,000

531-540

23,000-27,000

521-530

27,000-32,000

511-520

32,000-37,000

501-510

37,000-44,000

490-500

44,000-51,000

481-490

51,000-55,000

471-480

55,000-58,000

461-470

58,000-68,000

451-460

68,000-73,000

441-450

73,000-80,000

431-440

80,000-82,000

421-430

82,000-89,000

411-410

89,000-99,000

401-410

99,000-1,20,000

381-400

1,20,000-1,30,000

361-380

1,30,000-1,45,000

341-360

1,45,000-1,70,000

321-340

1,70,000-1,90,000

301-320

1,90,000-2,28,000

281-300

2,28,000-3,00,000

261-280

3,00,000-3,40,000

241-260

3,40,000-3,60,000

221-240

3,60,000-4,15,000

201-220

4,15,000-4,50,000

181-200

4,50,000-5,05,000

161-180

5,05,000-5,80,000

141-160

5,80,000-6,10,000

121-140

6,10,000-7,50,000

101-120

7,50,000-8,70,000

81-100

8,70,000-10,00,000

61-80

10,00,000-11,68,000

41-60

11,68,000-13,10,000

21-40

13,10,000-14,00,000

0-20

14,00,000+

Note: Above data is compiled based on NEET 2021 result.

NEET Score Band vs Total Number of Students

NEET is the only medical entrance test for admission to undergraduate courses in India. NEET 2022 was taken by around 18 lakh candidates. Except for those who score above 640, every candidate competes with hundreds of others for the same college/course. It is, therefore, important to know beforehand the sort of competition that one may face for a particular rank/score.

NEET 2022 Tie Breaker Criteria

Owing to a large number of test-takers for NEET, many candidates end up scoring the same marks in this examination. However, it is not possible to allot the desired institutes to the students if they are not ranked properly. To resolve this issue, NTA has tie-breaker criteria for NEET. These criteria help NTA allot different ranks to the candidates who have secured the same marks in NEET.

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Tie-breaker Criteria for NEET:

  • The candidate who has scored higher marks in the Biology section gets a higher rank
  • If marks in the Biology section are equal, the student who has scored more in the Chemistry section gets a higher rank
  • If marks in the Chemistry section are equal, students with fewer incorrect answers in the entire paper will get a higher rank

Till last year. there was an age criterion, which stated that if all the above parameters were the same for the candidates, then the one with higher age would be given the higher rank. However, this criterion has been removed by NTA for NEET 2022.

NEET Statistics and Highlights

Following are the statistics for NEET 2022 which have been released by NTA, and some of the statistics will be released along with the result. 

Highlights Particulars
Number of candidates registered 18,72,000
Number of candidates appeared 17,64,571
Number of Indian National candidates 18,70,015
Number of NRI candidates 910
Number of OCT candidates 647
Number of foreigner candidates 771
Number of male candidates qualified 7,63,545
Number of female candidates qualified 5,63,902
Number of transgender candidates qualified 7
Highest marks obtained  715
Number of candidates securing full marks 4

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NEET Cut Off Analysis

Another important piece of information for the test-takers of NEET 2022 is the cut off trend for the past years. Knowing the cut off for NEET will help aspirants evaluate their chances of getting the desired college or course. Apart from NEET marks vs rank data, students are advised to note the cut off trends. To know more about the past years' trends, check NEET 2022 cut off.

Category wise NEET Cutoff Scores

The following table brings the category-wise NEET cutoff scores for the past year.

Category

NEET Cutoff Marks 2022

NEET Cutoff Marks 2021

NEET Cutoff Marks 2020

General/EWS

715-117

138-720

147-720

General-PwD

116-105

122-137

129-146

SC/ST/OBC

116-93

108-137

113-146

SC/ST/OBC-PwD

104-93

108-121

113-128

FAQs Regarding NEET Marks Vs Rank

Q: What is the total marks of NEET 2022?

A: The total marks of NEET 2022 is 715.

Q: What is the marking scheme of NEET 2022?

A: For each correct answer, a total of four marks will be awarded. For each wrong answer, one mark would be deducted. For multiple marking on the OMR sheet, negative marking would be applicable. On the other hand, there would be no negative marking in case of no attempt of questions or if any extra question is attempted.

Q: Is it possible to get a perfect score in NEET?

A: Yes, since the questions are objective type, it is indeed possible to get a perfect score in NEET 2022.

Q: How many candidates secured full marks in NEET 2022?

A: In NEET 2022, as many as four candidates had secured 715 or the full marks.

Q: What is the rank I can expect if my NEET score is between 500 to 600?

A: A score of 500 to 600 is expected to fetch a rank of 7,500 to 40,000 in NEET 2022.

Q: What is the rank I can get if my score is between 400 to 500 in NEET?

A: A score between 400 to 500 in NEET 2022 is expected to get a rank of 45,000 to 1,20,000.

Q: What is the expected NEET rank if I get a score in the range of 300 and 400?

A: The expected NEET 2022 rank for a score range of 300 and 400 is 50,000 to 1,20,000.

Q: Is a NEET rank above 1,000 good?

A: Since NEET has been taken by 17,64,571 candidates, a rank of 1,000 is considered to be good.

Q: Up to which NEET rank can I expect to get admission to MBBS course at government medical colleges?

A: A NEET rank of up to 20,000 is considered to be good in terms of getting admission to government medical colleges, based on last year’s NEET cutoffs.  

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I have given NEET UG this year and I got a score of 194. Can I get a government B.Sc. Nursing College in Madhya Pradesh?

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Which is harder, NEET or JEE?

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deepika maurya

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JEE is related to the engineering field, whereas NEET is related to the medical field. JEE and NEET are both held on an annual basis, and with limited seats, passing these exams becomes more difficult for students. Furthermore, the number of seats in medical colleges is much lower than in enginee...JEE is related to the engineering field, whereas NEET is related to the medical field. JEE and NEET are both held on an annual basis, and with limited seats, passing these exams becomes more difficult for students. Furthermore, the number of seats in medical colleges is much lower than in engineering colleges. Due to the lesser number of seats available in medical colleges and the high level of competition in NEET getting into a good medical college is challenging. As for difficulty level, National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is slightly tougher than Joint Entrance Examination-Mains but easier than Joint Entrance Examination-Advanced, but that is subjective, as seats are comparatively limited in National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, making it more competitive. Least Difficult: JEE Mains. Difficult: NEET. Most Difficulty: JEE Advanced. I hope this will help you.

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I've heard that the state cut off often reduces by 3-4 marks during the mop up round of NEET UG counselling. Is it true?

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I have secured 113 marks in NEET 2022 and my rank is 905892. Can I get admission in Sardar Patel Dental College, Lucknow?

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No, you can't get admission in Sardar Patel Dental College, Lucknow, you have to score more.

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Can I do the choice-filling process in round 2 of the NEET UG counselling if I've registered in round 1?

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Yes, you can do choice filling in round 2 of NEET UG counselling. MCC regulations state that you do not have to re-register if you already registered for Round 1. For NEET UG Counseling 2022, the round 2 choice filling and locking process is currently in progress. The deadline for choice filling ...Yes, you can do choice filling in round 2 of NEET UG counselling. MCC regulations state that you do not have to re-register if you already registered for Round 1. For NEET UG Counseling 2022, the round 2 choice filling and locking process is currently in progress. The deadline for choice filling is today. MCC will then release the lists of students who were assigned to medical and dental colleges for round 2. After this round, a fresh process for the mop-up round of NEET UG will be done by MCC. This process is the same for state NEET counselling too.

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When will the round 2 counselling results of the NEET UG be declared?

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The round two counselling results are expected on November 11 at the official website of the Medical Counselling Committee. The NEET UG Counseling 2022 Round Two Choice Filling and Locking Process has been extended until today, November 9, per the most recent updates. The results will be announce...The round two counselling results are expected on November 11 at the official website of the Medical Counselling Committee. The NEET UG Counseling 2022 Round Two Choice Filling and Locking Process has been extended until today, November 9, per the most recent updates. The results will be announced by MCC after the choice-filling process is complete. The NEET UG exam is conducted for admission to medical and dental colleges in India.

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