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|UG NEET Exam on||7th May 2017|
|Display of OMR sheet||12th June|
|Display of Answer Key||15th June|
|Declaration of results after||within 26th June|
|General Merit/General Category||50th Percentile|
|Karnataka||COMEDK, KRLM, AMPCK, Respective Deemed universities.|
|Tamilnadu||Respective Deemed universities|
|Maharashtra||Private Colleges/Deemed universities/Centralized counseling.|
A percentile rank tells how well a candidate did in comparison to other candidates, while a percentage rank explains how well a candidate did in the test itself.Percentile never gives the detail of the marks that you have scored instead it just tell you about your merit position among the number of candidates who have appeared in the test with you. For example, a candidate might answer 85 percent of questions correctly and rank in the 99th percentile which means that percentile is not related to the percent of correct answers a student gets on a test.
Percentile ranks are commonly used to clarify the interpretation of scores on standardized tests. For example, a test score that is greater than or equal to 80% of the scores of candidates taking the test is said to be at the 80th percentile, where 80 is the percentile rank.
Whereas percentage of score is simply calculated based on the score obtained out of the maximum score in the test. For example, a test score of 75% in a test with a maximum score of 1000 indicates a score of 750. The percentage of scores is not affected by the candidate’s merit position in comparison to other candidates who took the test.