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The top-scoring students on the NEET-UG test held this year have been up by 83. This year, the number of students who had a score of 700 or more out of 780 is at 203. In the same way, the number of students scoring more than 700 marks in the past was 111. Yet, different positive 2020 cuts for MBBSor BDS admissions aren’t going to detect a sudden spike. 12 months arsenic determination. It is an unintentional dribblet, but it is a figure of students scoring in with scores of 600 and above and 500 and more.


Top scorers in NEET-UG: 203 students scored more than 700 marks:

scores of 700 or more out of 720. 203 candidates scored marks within the 700-700 range, compared to 111 in the previous year. But, unlike 2020 cutting-off marks for MBBSor BDS admissions aren’t likely to experience a significant increase this year, as there is a slight decrease in the number of applicants getting marks of 600 and over and 500 or more.

State-wise students state-wise candidates Rajasthan as well as UP have continued to dominate their performance in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (Undergraduate) examination, recording the highest increase in the high-scoring range. The States are being joined by Delhi, Tamil Nadu, and West Bengal which have seen an increase in the number of applicants getting between 699 and 650 scores.

The implicit numbers of candidates who scored 600 marks and above decreased from 20,181 successful in 2020, to 19135 successfully by 2021. Similarly, the figure of those scoring 500 marks or more dropped from 87,093 successful for 2020 to 85,022 in 2021. The range of people in this group represents the primary cohort for counseling and the allocation of seats. The complete list of candidates who scored more than 450 points and above amounted to 1,33,906 with a total of 1.5 percent from the previous year. The NEET-UG’s three-year data on people that are only available to the TOI shows that 64.3 percent (86,128) candidates who scored the criteria of 450 marks and above are from eight states that are conscionable which include Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Kerala, Bihar, West Bengal, and Tamil Nadu.



In total, there are eight thousand MBBS as well as 39,000 BDS seats open to aspirants this year. The number of seats for MBBS in the NEET 2020 has grown with AIIMS and JIPMER seats. In the state-run institutions including AIIMS along with JIPMER, there are approximately 42,500 seats. The states where this substantial increase in top scorers is evident include Delhi, (from 261 to 376), Rajasthan (from 519 to 729), Karnataka (from 146 to 223)) as well as Tamil Nadu (from 205 to 235).

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