NEET Answer Key 2022 will be released soon by the National Testing Agency, NTA. On July 17, 2022, NEET or National Eligibility cum Entrance Test was conducted across the country. NTA will now open the window for raising objections by releasing the answer key on the official website. NEET Result 2022 will be calculated after the exercise.
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While we wait for the official answer key, experts have already shared the provisional answer key and the students have calculated their provisional scores or NEET scores. Now the question that needs to be answered is, are these enough?Getting an MBBS seat in a government medical college is more difficult than getting an MBBS seat in India. If you aspire for a seat in the top 50 medical colleges, the competition is really intense. But, due to the split of All India Quota and State Quota, there are still many students up to the rank of 1,00,000 who can hope for a seat in a government college.
NEET 2022: Marks vs Ranks table for Government Colleges
Based on the previous counseling data, experts have prepared a provisional NEET rank 2022 predictor for the students. Around 40,000 MBBS seats are available in medical colleges. Accordingly, there is a substantial chance of getting admission in a government college for a rank up to around 35,000. Here’s the table provided below for candidates reference:
Please note, this table is purely based on previous marks and ranks. The actual rank for the subsequent marks may differ depending on the performance of the candidates in this year’s examination.
According to experts, the chance of securing a seat in a government college is with students who score more than 450 marks. For top medical colleges in India, NEET rank 5000 is recommended. So, students who are expecting more than 635 marks can expect to get a seat in a top medical college. It can be very difficult for students who get less than 400 marks to get admission in a government medical college. However, a seat in dental colleges may be an option for them.