GPAT Cutoff 2018 – The exam conducting authority of GPAT 2018, All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), will declare the GPAT 2018 cutoff along with announcement of result on February 15. Test-takers will be shortlisted based on the cutoff marks, which is the minimum score for candidates to be considered eligible for admissions. The participating institutes will offer admissions to the Pharmacy programmes on the basis of specified cutoff of GPAT 2018. Candidates can check tentative GPAT 2018 cutoff for each category can be checked on this page.
LATEST - Candidates can check GPAT Result from February 15 onwards.
GPAT Cutoff 2018
Cutoff of GPAT 2018 will be the minimum marks to be secured by candidates for qualifying the entrance exam and get shortlisted for the counselling procedure of individual participating college. Moreover, there will be no sectional GPAT 2018 cutoff to be announced by the exam conducting authority.
Aspirants can check below GPAT cutoff of 2017 for each category in order to have a fair idea about 2018 admissions:
Minimum Qualifying Marks (out of 500)
General and OBC
Scheduled Caste (SC)
Scheduled Tribe (ST)
GPAT Cutoff Trend
The exam conducting body announces the GPAT cutoff 2018 for different categories. The minimum qualifying score varies each year. Students can check below cutoff of GPAT for each category in last few years:
Trend of GPAT Cutoff
General and OBC
Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe
All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) will release GPAT 2018 merit list that will display qualifying status for all the candidates as per the specified cutoff and minimum qualifying marks. The merit list will also mention test-taker’s name, roll number, category, score and rank.
Qualified candidates of GPAT 2018 will be getting admissions to postgraduate Pharmacy courses and can obtain scholarship as well within a year of result declaration. Those seeking PH.D degree registration, the score of GPAT 2018 will be valid for three years.
Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT) 2018 was conducted by AICTE on January 21. Around 30,000 aspirants took the test and competed for nearly 24,000 pharmacy seats to be allotted across more than 800 colleges.