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How can I get admission in CMC Vellore? [Every question answered]

When it comes to CMC Vellore, MBBS aspirants have tons and tons of doubts. Is there any special entrance exam for MBBS admission in CMC Vellore? Does CMC Vellore come under NEET? What is the admission procedure for CMC Vellore? What is the cutoff score for MBBS in CMC Vellore for the general category candidates? How difficult is it for a Hindu student to get MBBS admission in CMC Vellore? The purpose of this article is to address all these doubts. Continue to read the article; I will address all these questions in this article. Chapel About CMC Vellore Christian Medical College (CMC) Vellore is located in Vellore, a small town in the state of Tamil Nadu. It is located mid-way between Chennai and Bengaluru; about 150 kms from Chennai and about 200 kms from Bengaluru. Tirupati is also just about 100 kms away from Vellore. Dr. Ida Scudder founded the Union Missionary Medical School for Women in the year 1918, which later transformed into CMC Vellore. The prestigi

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