Can I Get Admission In MBBS With 350+ Marks In NEET?

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Neel 2 Years Ago

We are NRI My daughter scored 378 in Neet 2021.
Wanted to know that can we apply to a good reputable medical college with these marks. Also, what would be the fees for medical? 
Also if she takes a drop year and gets good marks like 600 plus then can she get admission in all India general category with lesser fee amount in govt college?

asked Dec 01 12:00:00 AM


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  • This is one of the major questions that come into candidates’ minds. While they are preparing to crack NEET-UG. Because these marks will decide whether they get admission to a Private Medical College or Government Medical College. 

    So let's discuss this:-

    There are around 82,962 MBBS Seats are in India. About 541 Medical Colleges Offer these seats out of which 278 government and 263 private institutes.

    If you are willing to get admission to MBBS College with a 350+ Score. Then your chance of getting a good Government college is very Less. But many Private Medical colleges Offer MBBS seats with 300 or 350+ NEET Scores.


    Fees Of Government Medical Colleges:-

    The fees for NRI Candidates under NRI Quota for Government Medical Colleges vary state to state. In a general way, it's around 90000 USD to 135000 USD.

    If you are an Indian Student then the average MBBS fee for government medical colleges in India ranges from INR 12,000 to INR 7.5 lakh, 


    Are you planning to take a drop and re-write the NEET-UG Examination?

    So, If any of the students whether from India or NRI want to score high to rewrite the NEET exam, then they can surely do this, As there is no restriction for the number of attempts in the NEET Exam. Students can attempt this exam as many as they want. 

    If you get a good score let's say 600+ marks in NEET. Then many government colleges gates are open for you. And If you are an NRI then there are very high chances to take admission in General Category as well, So that your fees will be very less as compared to NRI Quota Fees. 


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