NEET Exam Analysis for future aspirants

Those of you who are preparing for NEET 2020 can go through the subject wise analysis of the exam; it will help you to plan your study as well. The NEET exam was successfully conducted by NTA (National Testing Agency) on May 5th 2019. The exam was conducted in 156 centres. The NTA will soon release its answer key in their website .Over 15 lakh students have appeared for the exam. The examination was started at 2 pm and ended at 5 pm.

Overview of the Exam

Majority of the students found the paper moderate; physics and chemistry were the toughest. Some of the students felt that the majority of questions came from the NCERT book. Others felt that the few numerical were difficult as expected. There were almost 7-8 questions directly taken from previous year’s paper and NCERT textbooks. The questions were direct.

One physics teacher of Kendriya Vidyalaya Kolkata felt that the NEET 2019 exam was the average level. She added, “The questions were more application based. The chemistry and some numerical questions were quite easy.” “In physics, most of the question came from quantum mechanics and rest from other parts. About 45% questions were easy, 35% questions were moderate and 20% were difficult.

One biology teacher from government school commented, “The biology was easy, most questions came from Human Psychology, Reproduction, Genetics, Molecular Biology, and Ecology. There were 58 questions from 12th standard and 35 questions from 11th standard.

This year the general cut off would vary from 125-135. Whereas for the admission in colleges, the cut off might go up to 510-520 marks.

Students who missed the exam due to Fani and other circumstances

The NTA has released the notification on 6th May 2019(Monday) for the students who have missed the examination due to Fani can give exam on May 20th 2019, 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. The examination centre will remain the same, the admit card will be released soon in NTA side.

Also, the students from Karnataka who missed their exam due to train delay will get another chance to appear for the exam. The notice has been released on the website of NTA for the students from Karnataka.  To get the new admit card you must approach the respective city coordinators, the details for which has been given on the official website and submit their grievances along with a documented proof before May 10, 2019, 5.00 PM.

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