NEET Rank Predictor 2017- Candidates appearing in NEET 2017, scheduled to be conducted on May 7, can check their probable rank in NEET 2017 by using NEET 2017 rank predictor tool. After appearing in NEET, candidates will start wondering that what rank they may get on the basis of their performance in the entrance exam. To help solving candidate’s dilemma, Careers360 presents an innovate and useful tool known as Rank Predictor. NEET Rank Predictor 2017 is designed on algorithm at what marks which rank may be allotted. Thus, NEET 2017 rank predictor helps aspirants to know their rank in NEET 2017 before the declaration of result on June 8, 2017. Candidates who will appear in NEET 2017 and wish to know their probable rank can check below the steps to use NEET rank predictor 2017.
- Predict your rank before actual result.
- Know where you stand.
- Know the overall NEET UG scoring pattern.
NEET 2017 rank predictor helps candidates to know whether they are eligible for 15% All India Quota seats or not. Further, NEET rank predictor also provided information regarding the last year trends of NEET, which means, whether the cut-off has gone up, down or is stagnant in comparison to previous years.
Candidates can check below for the step wise step procedure to use NEET 2017 rank predictor:
To use NEET rank predictor 2017, candidates have to register with their Facebook or Gmail account
After registering, candidates have to enter their personal information such as name, NEET roll number, category, domicile, date of birth etc
After this process, candidates have to enter probable marks in each section of NEET 2017; Physics, Chemistry and Biology
Now, candidates have to click on ’start analyzing’ button to check their probable rank in NEET 2017
Benefits of using NEET Rank Predictor 2017:
Predict your result before actual results, based on your performance
Get in-depth insights on where you, based on different criteria along with personalized profile analysis
Check your competition- Realize where you stand in comparison to other exam takers.
Target the right colleges that you may get with your predicted result
Step wise procedure to use NEET Rank Predictor 2017:
How to use NEET Rank Predictor 2017
In order to start using NEET 2017 rank predictor, candidates can check below for step wise step directions:
After clicking on the link, candidates will be redirected to NEET 2017 rank predictor’s page, where you need to enter some specific details related to the exam
First, candidates will have to enter the registration number of NEET 2017 along with date of birth
After entering these details, candidates will have to enter expected marks out of 720 and caste category
Now, candidates will have to rate the overall difficulty level in terms of easy, moderate and difficult and click on ‘predict now button’
NEET 2017 rank predictor is based on the following parameters:
Predict: Predict your results before actual announcement of the result, based on your performance in NEET 2017.
Get insights: Get in-depth insights on where you stand based on different criteria such as difficulty level, number of candidates appeared, marking scheme and cut off etc.
Realise: NEET 2017 rank predictor makes you realise where you stand in comparison to other candidates. Know your competition
Target: Target the right colleges that candidates may get with your predicted result , or focus for next attempt
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After estimating probable scores in NEET 2017 via using NEET 2017 rank predictor, candidates must be wondering about their exact scores and ranks in the entrance exam. NEET 2017 result will be declared on June 8, 2017 in the form of score cards, consisting of candidate’s name, All India Rank (AIR), Date of Birth, marks obtained in each subject (Physics, Chemistry and Biology), Category rank and cut off score for 15% All India Quota counselling.
What is NEET 2017 Cut off score?
NEET 2017 Cut off score is the lowest marks a candidate have to secure to qualify the exam. The cut off score will be based on many aspects such as number of candidates, exam pattern, marking scheme etc. NEET 2017 result will be declared as qualified and non- qualified. Further, from the qualified candidates, top 15% will be treated as candidates qualified for 15% All India Quota Counselling. This means, NEET cut off will be declared separately for seats All India Quota and State Quota.
NEET Cutoff score
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