How To Predict NEET Rank? Read And Stay A Step Ahead
Post on 28,July 2020   5:51 PM
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NEET, one of the most sought after entrance examinations in India, can make students a bit nervous. The time between attending the exams and waiting for the results to come out might make students a little tense. Having been able to predict the NEET 2020 rank is the best way to ease up the pressure to some extent.

The rank predictor can give you a rough assumption as to how your results will be. It helps the candidates to filter out their options. Thus it can help you choose those colleges which have a similar cut off. By considering the factors like admission criteria, cut off, rank lists etc. for NEET, students can be a step ahead and plan.

How is NEET Rank Calculated?

NEET rank is calculated by the marks the candidate scores in the entrance exam. The scores achieved by the candidate out of 720 is considered while assigning the ranks. The marks distribution of the syllabus is as follows:

  • Biology (Zoology & Botany) - 360
  • Chemistry – 180
  • Physics – 180

In the case, if more than one candidate has the same mark, several tie-breakers are considered to assign the ranks.

  • Marks in Biology – Candidates with a higher score in Botany and Zoology sections combined get the higher rank.
  • Higher marks in Chemistry.
  • The total number of wrong answers – Candidates who have a lesser number of wrong answers would be awarded the higher rank.
  • Age – Older aspirants would be awarded the higher rank if all of the above criteria doesn’t break the tie.

The order of the use of these criteria is in the order they have listed down above.

NEET 2020 Rank Predictor Tool

The urge to get even a vague idea about whether you will make it into the rank list this year can be a burning question for many aspiring candidates. Your rank can be calculated through the NEET rank predictor tool, which is available online. This can give you an approximate idea about your rank in the exam and which colleges you can get into with this rank.

To get an idea about the expected marks for NEET 2020, the candidates can check answer keys released by various educational sites and the official website. The candidate can compare your response to each question and calculate your total marks in the exam out of 720.

  1. The online rank predictor tools can process your expected score to give an idea about what your ranks might be.
  2. Using the NEET 2020 rank predictor is simple. The candidates should input their expected marks, category, gender and state in the provided slots.
  3. These details are processed to obtain an approximate rank, which might help to make your options clearer.
  4. It can further filter out the results to colleges which match the student’s profile. The candidate gets the opportunity to analyse the possible options of colleges which match the predicted rank, locality etc.
  5. As said earlier, NTA or National Testing Agency considers various tie-breakers in instances of similar scores, so the candidate should consider all of these variables while calculating expected ranks.
  6. The expected rank ranges for the marks scored in NEET exams can be derived based on the data from previous year’s lists for more insight.

An Example to help understand better how to use a Rank Predictor Tool

For example, Rahim is a General Category NEET aspirant from Delhi who expects to score 650 marks to pursue MBBS program in India. He will be required to enter his expected marks in the tool and fill details like the State from where he belongs i.e; Delhi, his category which is General and the Gender. The Rank Predictor tool will look like this. After that Rahim just needs to click on the “Predict Button” to get an estimate of his Rank.

The tool shows the approximate Rank as per the marks entered in the tool along with few choices of colleges falling in that Rank.

Various medical institutions publish their cut offs based on the ranks and take admissions accordingly. Having a picture about your NEET rank can help you shortlist the colleges that invite admissions.

How useful can be the NEET Rank Predictor Tool?

Having a clear picture in your mind about what will be your rank, by using the rank predictor, and sorting out the options will ensure half of the work done. Knowing your expected rank in advance can come in handy while you search for a college or course and will also help you relax before the final cut offs are out. You will know which colleges to target for your admissions. Thus the online rank finder can help the students to weigh upon the choices they have and decide the best ones.

This will help to plan out your steps ahead, let you choose wisely and give you more time to plan out what you want to do and where you plan to apply. So, explore the rank predictor tool to find out what will be your expected NEET 2020 rank. Make a headstart on the way to decide upon your best educational choices.


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