The NTA (National Testing Agency) has already announced the results of NEET-UG (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Undergraduate) 2021. This means that students can now start admission to MBBS programs in India and MBBS in abroad. According to MCI (Medical Council of India) and now NMC (National Medical Commission) guidelines, NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) qualifications are required even if students want to study MBBS or BDS outside India. Well, the question now is – what is the qualifying score? Here is your answer.
Qualifying NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) 2021 Score for MBBS Studies in Abroad
The requirement varies slightly depending on the category to which you belong. For general students, you need a grade point average of 138 or higher to study MBBS in Kazakhstan from abroad. However, if you belong to a committed category, OBC (Other Backward Class) or SC (Scheduled Caste) or ST (Scheduled Tribe) category, then a score of 108 is the qualifying score. Check the table below for reference.
I Have Qualified! What Is the Best Place to Study MBBS in Abroad?
Congratulations on clearing your NEET-UG (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Undergraduate) exam. Now, if you are looking to study MBBS in Kazakhstan from abroad, there are many study destinations outside of India that are worth your medical studies.
The Best Options from Today are –
Unfortunately, due to the delayed results of NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) 2021, many countries have already closed imports for the year or are on the verge of closing them. To avoid wasting your academic year, consider making your admissions as soon as possible. Contact us to make admissions to the best universities such as Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (KazGU or KazNU) in the aforementioned countries. All the best for your medical career!
I Do Not Have NEET Qualifications. Can I Still Study MBBS in Abroad?
If you do not qualify for NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test), then unfortunately you are not eligible to study MBBS in Kazakhstan from abroad under Indian law. We know it’s frustrating, but you should never give up. We would suggest that you do not listen to anyone who says that you can still go to abroad because you will face consequences when you return to India after finishing your studies. We wish you all the best in your endeavor next year.