NEET 2016 Phase II analysis by Resonance: Paper easier than Phase 1
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The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) Phase II was conducted on Sunday, July 24, 2016 with the paper being comparatively easier than the one in Phase I. According to coaching institute, Resonance, both Chemistry and Physics were moderately difficult while within Biology, Botany was slightly difficult compared to Zoology.

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Further, out of 180 questions, 70 questions were easy, 71 moderate, whereas, about 39 questions were relatively tougher.

Below is an analysis of NEET 2016 Phase II by Resonance:

Overall marks distribution:

Overall marks distribution

Overall difficulty level:

In the below mentioned subject-wise analysis, every question is rated on the scale of 1 to 3. The individual rating of every question is then averaged to calculate the overall difficulty level.

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Overall difficulty level


Overall difficulty level

 

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Difficulty level analysis: No of questions


Difficulty level analysis: No of questions

 

Question wise difficulty breakup:


Question wise difficulty breakup

Marks wise difficulty breakup:

Marks wise difficulty breakup

 

Subject wise analysis:

Physics

Physics

Physics

 

Chemistry:

Chemistry

 

Biology:

Botany

Botany

Botany

Zoology


Zoology

Zoology

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