NEET UG Cut Off 2024: How many marks will be sufficient to pass NEET, know what is the NEET cutoff for which category

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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NEET Cut-Off 2024 UG: NTA has released the NEET Result 2024. Now you can check your score by visiting the NTA NEET website. However, whether you have cleared the NEET UG exam or not, the answer depends on- What is the NEET UG 2024 cutoff? Here is the NEET Cut Off 2024 Category Wise. It is also told that- How many marks are required in NEET for admission in government medical college? As told by expert Mohit Kumar Tyagi, Founder and CEO, Competishun, NEET 2024 cutoff has been accordingly.

NEET General Cut Off 2024

The range of NEET UG cutoff 2024 for general category is 720-164. Given the increasing competition and good performance of top students, you should expect to score in the same range in the future as well.

NEET Cut-Off 2024 for OBC

The cutoff for OBC in NEET 2024 is 163-129. Obviously, the cutoff for OBC in NEET 2024 is also high. Due to reservation benefits, they qualify with slightly lower marks than the general category. But here too, there is a lot of competition.

NEET 2024 Cut Off SC

NEET 2024 Cut Off SC

For SC candidates, the NEET cutoff 2024 SC category ranges between 163-129.

NEET Cut Off 2024 EWS

NEET Cut Off 2024 EWS

The full form of EWS is Economically Weaker Section. The NEET UG 2024 cutoff for general EWS is 720-164. If you are from this category and want to get into a good college, it becomes important for you to score well.

NEET ST Cut Off 2024

NEET ST Cut Off 2024

The NEET 2024 cutoff for ST ranges between 163-129. The NEET cutoff for OBC, SC, and ST categories is the same.

NEET Cutoff 2024 Government Colleges

NEET Cutoff 2024 Government Colleges

If you want to pursue MBBS from a government medical college, you may need this many marks (expected figures) in NEET –
General Category – 615-620
OBC Category – 612-618
SC Category – 610-615
ST Category – 475-480
General EWS – 515-520


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