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    Rafa Zamier Rafa Zamier 
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    Hey! I’m Rafa currently pursuing my BE in Computer Science but wish to drop out. I’m interested in doing medicine. I’ve given KCET and my score is 100/180. I belong to OBC category. I’d like to know if I would get an MBBS seat considering the uncertainty of KCET score being considered. And if not through KCET, I’d wanna know the other options for getting into MBBS. I would also like to know if I would get a B.VSc. seat through CET for the above score.

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    Piyush Rai Piyush Rai 
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    Hey Rafa,

    Good that you have realized what you want to take up as a career. I think your kcet score is decent enough to fetch you a good MBBS seat. I am now sure what you wanted to highlight by saying “the uncertainty of kcet score being considered” ?

    But anyways talking about the other options to get an MBBS degree – Entrance test like PMT, CBSE or AFMC are famous for admissions into five-year graduate programme of MBBS. And after a valid MBBS degree, you can practice medicine independently or either pursue a post graduate degree of MD or MS.

    Well based on the score you mentioned and assuming you have got some decent grade in 12th (80+). I think you stand a good chance for this. For more information you can explore the various BVSC colleges possible in Karnataka over here : Top Colleges

    Thank you!

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    Monisa mehar Monisa mehar 
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    Rahil riya Rahil riya 
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    Srajan Srajan 
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    Thank you for taking the time and spreading this information with us. It was certainly very beneficial and informative while being straight forward and to the point.

    Read https://edugorilla.com/latest-cumulative-medical-college-ranking/ to get an overview of colleges.

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    priya arrora priya arrora 
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    Hi ,
    yes it is possible to do mbbs after b.tech
    but your valuable time will waste
    because you spent 4 years in b.tech
    if you do mbbs then required another 6 years after you specialisation then your time will spent..
    If you have pesentience then you do or not.

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    Goa board preparation tips Goa board preparation tips 
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