CAREER WORLD is the most reputable Medical Admission Agency in India.

Since 1996 the founder Mr. Awadhesh Kumar Gupta has inquired more than 400 medical colleges in the world personally and with his knowledge and experience has guided thousands of students to become DOCTORS.

Why Study MBBS Abroad?

Low Tuition fee (approx 2 to 3 Lakhs INR Yearly) ; No Donation and trouble-free admission ; Renowned Government Universities recognised by MCI and WHO.

Eligibility criteria for MBBS in India & Abroad

Age-17 Years; 12th PCB-50% for General and 40% for reserved categories; Aadhar card & Valid Passport ; NEET Qualified (Result valid for 3 years in FOREIGN COUNTRIES)

To avail a government MBBS seat this year, the cutoff (in terms of marks) will be exceptionally high this time, since the NEET19 paper was the easiest in the past 3 years.

It can be anything in between 550–560 (UR category) under AIQ.

I am watching the trends in NEET (previously known as AIPMT) from the past 23 years., so I am able to guide students what should be their next step as per their marks.

  • Candidates scoring anything above 560- Congratulations! You have got the silver, but don’t sit and relax, work hard for AIIMS because gold is certainly better.
  • Candidates scoring in between 540 and 560- Hope is what keeps the world alive! Don’t lose hope, but also don’t celebrate. There’s no point in googling things like ‘expected cut off’, ‘NEET marks vs rank’. etc and wasting your precious time. Work for AIIMS exam, after all no one knows what your destiny is, just keep working.
  • Candidates scoring anything in the range of 450 and 540- My child, you probably are in a critical situation. Should I drop? Should I drop again? AIIMS? JIPMER? Hold till mop-up round? Private? But budget, Ah! Foreign?

I can understand your situation, as per me, you should simply put your efforts for AIIMS and must clear your mind from all such chaos, difficult but possible.

If you are in a chaos after the results, contact me, I will try my best to help you out.

  • Candidates scoring anything in between 360 and 450- I personally suggest you take a drop only if the following criterions are fulfilled:
  1. You have not taken any drop previously.
  2. You have a fully determined mind set-up to nail the exam next time.
  3. Your parents are agreeing with you.

Because life of a dropper is not that easy.

If any of the above criterions are not fulfilled, then follow my suggestion given in the next point.

  • Candidates scoring anything less than 360, but above qualifying marks- My advice to you will be…
  1. If you have a good budget, then opt for private medical colleges in India.
  2. If you don’t, then pursue MBBS from foreign.

I have 23 years of experience in this field, I am sure I can help you out under any situation regarding NEET/MBBS.

I have personally visited more than 300 colleges in India and abroad.

Feel free to contact me for any guidance/assistance.

Visit Career World | MBBS Admission or contact me directly at

+91 9414046375.

And remember, if you are/going to become a doctor…you are in one of the most beautiful fields .