NEET UG 2022 Answer Key For Over 18 Lakh Candidates Awaited; MBBS, BDS Cut-Off Percentile Here
NEET 2022 Result: The NEET MBBS, BDS cut-off 2022 for General category candidates is 50th, while for OBC, SC and ST, it is 40th.
New Delhi: More than 18 lakh medical candidates are waiting for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Graduate (NEET UG) answer key. NEET 2022 was held on 17th July. The official website of NTA NEET – neet.nta.nic.in will host the NEET UG answer key for all question paper codes. Apart from NEET answer key 2022, NTA will also release the OMR response sheet of the candidate. NEET MBBS, BDS cut-off 2022 for general category candidates is 50th, while for OBC, SC and ST it is 40th. Register here for NEET UG 2022, answer key, timings, direct link & more updates.
NEET UG paper included – Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany and Zoology). There were two sections in each subject. There were 35 questions in Section A and 15 in Section B. Out of 15 questions of Section B, candidates had to attempt 10 questions.
According to the NEET official brochure, in order to be eligible for admission to UG medical courses for a particular academic year in case of General, General-EWS, it will be necessary for a candidate to obtain a minimum score of 50th percentile. NEET conducted for the said academic year.
However, in respect of candidates belonging to SC, ST, Other Backward Classes, as added in the NTA NEET brochure, the minimum marks will be at 40 per cent and for the benchmark, handicapped candidates the minimum marks will be at 45 per cent. 40th percentile for Unreserved category and General-EWS category candidates and SC/ST/OBC-NCL candidates.
NEET UG percentile will be determined on the basis of the highest marks obtained in the All India Common Merit List in NEET.
Last year, the NEET cut-off for unreserved category students has come down from 720-147 in NEET 2020 to 720-138 in NEET 2021. Last year the NEET cut-off was for students from reserved categories including Scheduled Castes (SC). Scheduled Tribes (ST) and Other Backward Classes (OBC) have also come down from 146-113 last year to 137-108 in NEET UG last year.
While analyzing the NEET 2022 UG paper, candidates said that the paper was easy and doable. However, many medical aspirants find the chemistry part “a bit difficult”.