NEET Analysis 2019 - Candidates who have appeared in the national-level exam could check the analysis of NEET 2019. Leading coaching institutes like Allen Kota, Aakash, Resonance, Rao IIT, Career Point, Motion IIT JEE among others had released the NEET 2019 analysis, which can be downloaded from this page. NEET exam analysis 2019 helps the NEET test takers to know their chances of clearing the exam, understand the expected cutoff before the declaration of result.
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With the help of NEET UG analysis 2019, candidates can read the feedback of the exam from the students who have appeared in NEET 2019 exam. The analysis provides the detailed section-wise analysis, difficulty level of the paper, expected cutoff scores and other details. National Testing Agency (NTA) has conducted NEET UG 2020 on May 3, in pen and paper mode. For more information on NEET analysis 2019, previous year analysis and cutoff read the article below.
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The analysis of NEET 2019 has been made available on May 5, by the coaching institutes, which is also given on this page. It contain the reactions of candidates who took the offline exam mentioning the subject-wise NEET analysis, difficulty level of questions, weightage given to each subject and topic, expected cutoff and other details.
Aspirants can also check the previous years’ NEET analysis has been made available to provide an idea of the section-wise and topic-wise review and overall analysis.
Around 15.19 lakh aspirants have registered for NEET 2019 exam, while only 13,26,725 candidates appeared for exam in 2018. Candidates can go through the pre-exam analysis of NEET 2019 below.
This is Mariam Khan from Aligarh. She did coaching in her native place and plans to puruse MBBS. Her paper code is T3. She tells that most questions in all three subjects were from NCERT. The paper was overall easy and there were no glitches, like incorrect questions.
Mayank was appearing in NEET 2019 for the second time. His paper code was S3. He found the paper to be easy, especially Physics section was very easy. Biology was a little difficult, while chemistry was easy compared to last year. 40% of the questions were out of NCERT syllabus. He expects to score anywhere between 450-550. He wants to do MBBS from Maulana Azad Medical College.
For Sumita it was her second attempt. Physics was easier compared to last year, with NCERT questions dominating. She found most of the questions to be easy. Also, there were no technical glitches or any trouble that she faced during the exam. She doesn't have any particular medical college in mind.
This is Keshab's second attempt. To prepare for the exam, he took coaching from Allen Kota. Physics is his forte, but he is also betting on Chemistry and Biology. His dream is to get into an MBBS course, though he has no particular medical college in mind.
Shivam is a first-time candidate and from Panipat. He has not taken any coaching, and is relying on self-study to get a good rank. Biology is his strength. He wants to be doctor because he is passionate about the profession.
For Saakshi, who is from Bahadurgarh, Haryana, this is her second attempt. She took coaching at Saket, Janakpuri. She feels Biology is her strong subject. Of the two choices, MBBS and BDS, she wants to pursue MBBS. She wants to join AFMC.
Another candidate, Ram Krishna Prasad is from Bihar. He is appearing in NEET 2019 exam from Delhi. This is his third attempt. His favourite subject is Biology and expects to get into KGMC medical college.
Apart from the analysis of NEET aspirants, most of the prominent coaching institutes has released the NEET 2019 analysis prepared by the subject expert, which will be given below. The in-depth NEET paper analysis 2019 provides the information of overall difficulty level of paper, subject and topic-wise distribution of questions asked and many more.
The biggest medical entrance examination - NEET concluded on May 5, NEET 2019 paper was much more easier than the previous year. Questions asked from all the three subjects Physics, Chemistry and Biology were asked from NCERT only. In the Physics section, most of the questions were asked from Mechanics and Modern Physics. More questions were asked from Physical Chemistry, while Biology was dominated by Ecology and Biotechnology.
Talking about the subject-wise analysis, Mr. Maheshwari said, "Physics questions were equally divided in Class 11 and 12. Mechanics and Modern Physics covered 50% of the section. Easy questions were asked from Current Electricity and Magnetic Effect of Current. NEET 2019 Chemistry section was dominated by Physical Chemistry. There were 19 questions asked from Physical Chemistry, while only 14 and 12 questions were asked from Inorganic and Organic Chemistry, respectively. The Biology paper was of moderate level. Four questions were difficulty and were out of NCERT. Zoology portion contained 40 questions, while 50 questions were from Botany."
He also mentions that since the exam was easy than the previous year, therefore, there are high chances of increase in NEET 2019 cutoff. This year the cutoff for admission to central counselling will be around 555-565, as per the director of Career Point.
One of the leading coaching institute, Resonance has also released the NEET exam analysis 2019 on May 5, mentioning the subject-wise analysis, difficulty level of the paper and other details. As per the difficulty level of NEET 2019, Resonance feels that this year, the exam was easier than the last few years. Biology and Chemistry were equally moderate level, while Physics section was the most difficulty one of all. A total of 452 questions can be considered easy, while 200 were of moderate level and 60 mark questions were difficult.
The experts of Resonance feels that the paper was easy than the last year, therefore the cutoff should increase and is expected to be around 565 to 570.
Candidates can check NEET exam analysis by coaching institutes below:
Mr. Anand Nagarajan from TIME sharing the detailed NEET paper analysis said, “Overall difficulty level of Physics was bit tough than the previous year, while the questions from Chemistry and Biology were upto the expectations. The ratio of questions asked from Class 11 and 12 to be 45% and 55% respectively.”
Talking about the subject-wise NEET analysis, Mr. Nagarajan continued that, “Physics was dominated by Electrostatics, Mechanics and Electronics. While Chemistry had more questions from Physical followed by the Inorganic and Organic Chemistry. Biology covered equal proportion of questions from both Botany and Zoology. No question was asked out of NCERT textbooks.” As per the TIME expert, the cutoff of NEET 2018 was expected to be around 150 and any student who obtained more than 525 was to be considered for admission to top MBBS or BDS college through state quota.
NEET 2019 analysis by Aakash Institute will be published by the experts after the conclusion of exam. Meanwhile, students can have a look at the previous year analysis of NEET mentioned below.
The subject experts of Aakash Institute sharing their views on NEET analysis said that, “The paper pattern of NEET analysis 2018 was similar. The question paper was based on the lines of CBSE and most of the questions asked were based on NCERT textbooks. Students who were well prepared using the NCERT books were able to score good marks in last year NEET exam.
When asked regarding the NEET analysis for each subject, the experts enunciated that, “In Physics, upto 80% questions were numerical based which required an intensive calculations. Most of the questions were from rotational motion current electricity as well as Ray and Wave optics.” As per the Chemistry is concerned, “A few questions were beyond the NCERT concepts such as molecular orbital configurations of heteroatomic molecules, reverse hyperconjugation etc. All the questions were based on concepts and no memory based questions was asked.”
Link to download analysis
NEET analysis 2019 by Allen Kota
NEET analysis by Resonance
NEET 2019 analysis by Aakash Institute
Candidates can check the chapter-wise NEET analysis 2019 from the table below. Also, they can check Class 11 and 12 distribution of questions from the NEET important topics 2019.
The subject experts along with the NEET candidates Physics as the toughest amongst all. As the experts opined that in NEET UG 2019 Physics, most of the questions were based on the extensive calculations skills along with the understanding level. Go through the overall and topic-wise difficulty level of NEET Physics section.
According to the experts, the section of Chemistry was of easy in comparison to last year. Question paper had questions from Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry. All the numerical questions were formula-based.
For the sections with most of questions, Biology, the experts shared that, “Contrary to the previous year, the questions asked from Zoology section were easier than Botany. However, Botany had most of the questions in the paper.”
Aspirants can check the previous year NEET analysis to understand the structure of UG entrance exam and to know the expected cutoff for admission to 93,919 MBBS and BDS seats across India.
Check below previous years' subject-wise NEET exam analysis:
The subject experts along with the NEET candidates Physics as the toughest amongst all. As the experts opined that in NEET UG 2018 Physics, most of the questions were based on the extensive calculations skills along with the understanding level. From Class 11 syllabus, most of questions were asked from Mechanics, while Electrodynamics topic from Class 12 was the basis of most questions. Go through the overall and topic-wise difficulty level of NEET Physics section.
No. of questions
Elasticity and Viscosity
Laws of Motion
Electromagnetic Waves and Communication
Rigid Body Dynamics
Units and Dimensions
Centre of Mass
KTG and Thermodynamics
Modern Physics and Electronics
SHM & Waves
Simple Harmonic Motion
According to the experts, the section of Chemistry was of moderate level. The questions from Class 11 dominated the section. Question paper had questions from Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry. All the numerical questions were formula-based.
Atomic Structure & Nuclear Chemistry
Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry
States: Gases and Liquids
Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry
p-block (Class 11 & 12)
d-block & f-block
Periodic Table and Periodicity
Cell Structure and Functions
Reproduction in Organisms
Structural Organization in Plants
Reproduction in Plants
Biotechnology and Application
Biology in Human Warfare
Structural Organization in Animals
The overall NEET 2018 difficulty level was moderate. Check the subject-wise difficult level analysis of NEET below.
After the completion of NEET entrance exam, the test takers can download the answer key of NEET UG 2019 released by the reputed coaching institutes. The institutes will prepare the answer key for all codes of question paper - AA, BB, CC, DD, EE, FF, GG, HH, KK, LL, MM, NN, PP, QQ, RR, SS, WW, XX, YY, ZZ. With the help of NEET 2019 answer key, they can cross-check their marked answers through the marking scheme, to calculate their expected scores.
National Testing Agency (NTA) will release the NEET official answer key 2019 in the last week of May along with the OMR sheet. Students can challenge the official answer key of NEET UG 2019 in online mode by paying Rs. 1000 per question. The experts will review the challenged question and will publish the final answer key.
The result of NEET 2019 was announced on June 5, 2019. The appeared candidates can download the NEET result 2019 in the online mode in the form of score card. To download the scorecard of NEET 2019, aspirants need to enter the login credentials. The result will display the applicant’s name, marks obtained, subject-wise marks, percentile scores, All India Rank (AIR), category rank and NEET cutoff 2019 scores.
Question: What is customary dress code?Answer: Customary dress are traditional dresses or attire. As per customary dress code, Sikh candidates can carry traditional kangha kara and kirpan with them. Please note that candidates opting for traditional dress need to mention about it in the NEET application form. Further, they need to report at the exam centre at least an hour before 12.30 pm.
Question: What is customary dress contrary to the dress code?Answer: Customary dress code, as mentioned above, is traditional attire. Also, the candidate can wear this dress if it is mentioned at the time of filling the application form. If the candidate hasn't opted for traditional wear, the candidate may wear non-traditional item; just see to it that the clothes are light and not full-sleeved.
As for NEET admit card, it will be released on April 15. A common question is how to download NEET admit card 2019. The process is go to NTA website, click on admit card link, and login by entering registration/application number, date of birth, and security code.
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Its a difficult yet not impossible task.
Being a pcm branch student till 12th standard doesn't allow you to sit in the neet examination.
But yes, if you really wants to go for mbbs/bds/any medical field for your higher studies then you can opt biology as a course through private or nios boards.
According to different eligibility criterias of neet, nios or private board students are also eligible for neet exams.
The details of this are as-
NEET examination code 2:
Candidates who have completed a period of 12 years under Higher/Secondary examination or the Indian School Certificate Examination (ISCE), which is equivalent to Class 10+2 can opt code 2. However, the last two years of study must include English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology or Mathematics or any other elective as a major subject as prescribed by the National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT).
Aspirants who have passed 10+2 from National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) or state open school, as a private candidate from state boards; with Biology/Biotechnology as an additional subject can apply under NEET qualification code 2.
Who can also apply code 2: It should also be noted that the qualifying examination code for NEET 2020 for droppers will also be the same. For instance, a candidate has passed qualifying examination from CBSE/ISCE or any state board in the year 2018, but wish to appear for NEET 2020, he/she can apply for the exam with Code 2.
For more details and informations you can check out the official sites too .
Hope this will help you out.
When two candidates get the same marks, then the issue is resolved using the tie breaker policy.
In case of NEET UG, the tie breaker policy gives more importance to Biology.
So, if A scores 300 in Bio and B scores 265 but their total score is same, then A is preferred.
Tie breaker policy doesn't include marks of Physics to resolve such issues.
Only Marks of Bio,Chem and then less number of incorrect answers and finally DOB are considered. (in the same order)
Hope this helps.
Preparation strategy depends in whether you just got promoted to class 12 or if you are taking a drop year. In case you just got into 12, then for some initial days, your concentration will be only on class 11 syllabus and then you can start class 12.
In both cases, according to me some points are common:
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Based on previous years trends approximately 1-2 questions might be asked from the topic Solid State in Chemistry. This might change. But this mounts upto 3% of the total weightage. For complete weightage of NEET in all the 3 subjects, please visit our page:
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