NEET 2016 Phase II analysis by Career Point
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NEET 2016 Phase II concluded on July 24, 2016 with Chemistry being the toughest section, owing to many tricky questions on mechanism from Organic Chemistry. While Physics was easier compared to the paper in NEET Phase I, Biology was moderate, though, slightly difficult from the previous paper.

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Further, Physics and Biology had almost equal number of questions from Class XI and XII syllabus; about 55 per cent of questions in Chemistry were from the class 12 syllabus.

 

The total number of questions in NEET paper was 180. Each question carried 4 marks and 1 mark would be deducted for each incorrect response.

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Below is an analysis of NEET 2016 Phase II by Career Point

 

Portion distribution of Class XI and XII syllabus:

Portion distribution of Class XI and XII syllabus

 

Overall Summary Unit wise:

 

Physics:

Physics

 

Chemistry:


Chemistry

Biology:

Biology

 

Overall question paper analysis:

Physics:

  • Physics  was easier compared  to Phase I

  • Questions were based on all topics of the syllabus

  • Paper consisted of equal number of questions from Class XI and XII

Chemistry:

  • Overall section was average in terms of difficulty level

  • 2 questions from coordination chemistry were difficult

  • Physical chemistry questions were average

  • Organic chemistry was average and most of the questions were mechanism based

Biology:

  • Biology section was average

  • About 20% questions were asked beyond NCERT

  • Difficult level was slightly higher than Phase I

Difficulty level analysis

Physics:

Physics

 

Chemistry


Chemistry

 

Biology


Biology

 

Topic wise distribution

Physics


Physics

 

Chemistry


Chemistry

 

Biology

 

Biology

 

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