NEET 2021 : Answer Key, Result Date and Expected Cut Off

NEET 2021 : Answer Key, Result Date and Expected Cut Off

NEET 2021 : Answer Key, Result Date and Expected Cut Off

NEET 2021 Answer Keys by NTA are likely to be released by third week of September and Result in October. 

Check NEET 2021 Expected cut off and tentative dates for answer key and result here.

NTA has concluded NEET 2021 examination successfully for nearly 16 lakh candidates on September 12.

NEET 2021 answer keys would be released soon on tentative dates for NEET 2021 answer key release, result date and also expected cut off.

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, NEET 2021 was successfully conducted across the country and abroad on September 12, 2021. 

Nearly 16 lakh students have reportedly appeared for the undergraduate medical and dental entrance examination. With the exam now over, National Testing Agency, NTA would be releasing the NEET 2021 answer key and then result on Check the tentative schedule, expected cut off for qualifying NEET.

Candidates may check the past trends for NEET official answer key, result date and also the expected cut off. There are just about 55 thousand seats under NEET for medical and dental courses. 

To get admission, a candidate needs to qualify and then appear for the counseling. Depending on the category, the cutoff varies. Experts are of the opinion that the cut off might drop a little.

Based on exam analysis and inputs received from experts of top coaching institutes like Allen and Aakash, the expected cut off for NEET 2021 is also listed below for quick reference. Students may please note that this is only expected and might change.

NEET 2021 Answer Key, Result Date (Past Trends)

Exam Date Answer Key Release Result Date
NEET 2021 September 12
September 25 October 10
NEET 2020 September 13 September 26 October 16
NEET 2019 May 5 May 29 June 4.

Tentative dates based on past trends. 

No official schedule released yet. 

NEET 2021 Expected Cut off

Category Expected Cut off for NEET 2021

Unreserved/ General (50th Percentile) 710 - 130
SC/ST/OBC (40th Percentile) 120 - 98
Unreserved PH (45th Percentile) 125 - 90
ST/SC/OBC PH (40th Percentile) 110 - 90
Students may please note that candidates need to score 50 percentile in NEET to qualify the examination. 

Admissions’ however, are on the basis of the merit list which is released. Opening and closing ranks vary for the top medical colleges in the country. 

For reference, the expected cut off for getting seats under All India Quota is also provided for quick reference.  

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