What is the anticipated cutoff for MBBS admission in India under the ALL India quota?

On November 1, 2021, the National Test Agency (NTA) issued cutoffs and results. Candidates can find out more information on the official website, neet.nta.nic.in. The general category qualifying scores for NEET 2021 are 720-138. SC/ST/OBC candidates must score between 137 and 108 to be considered. The cutoff is the minimum qualifying mark that candidates must achieve in order to be admitted to a medical school and to be eligible for NEET 2021 counseling for AIQ and State Quota seats.

For general category students, the NEET 2021 percentile score is 50%, whereas for reserved category candidates (OBC/ SC/ ST) it is 40%. The qualifying threshold for the current year was greater than in previous years. For admission to 80055 MBBS, 525 BVSc & AH, 26949 BDS, and other AYUSH degrees offered by government and private colleges in India, NTA provides cutoff marks for General, SC, ST, OBC, and PwD categories.

For admission to MBBS/BDS seats under 15% AIQ, deemed/central universities, AFMS and ESIC institutes, and 85 percent seats under State quota, NEET cutoffs are used. Candidates should also be aware that the NTA’s qualifying percentage qualifies them for counseling. After each round of counseling, the Medical Council of India (MCI) announces the final NEET cutoff for AIQ and State quota seats. To learn more about NEET Cutoff 2021, read the entire article.

NEET Qualifying Cutoff Percentile by Category 2021

Candidates will be declared qualified if they achieve the specified NEET 2021 percentile. Such students will be eligible to participate in the NEET counseling process for admission to MBBS and BDS programs at India’s medical and dental schools. To qualify for the exam, the qualifying percentage will be taken as the lowest percentile. It will be determined by the relative performance of all candidates who took the exam. Below are the NEET cut-off points for 2021, which equate to the qualifying percentile for all categories.


Cutoff  for NEET 2021

Cut-off points for NEET


50th percentile



40th percentile



45th percentile



40th percentile


NTA’s NEET Cutoff for 2021

The NEET 2021 cut-off will be announced in the form of a range of marks, with the number of passed candidates listed per category. The candidate’s performance, the level of the question paper, and other factors all go into determining the NEET cut-off. According to previous years’ tendencies, the NEET 2021 cut-off will be very important and dynamic.


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