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NEET 2024 Analysis and Cutoff by Aakash Institute - Subject-Wise Analysis

NEET 2024 Analysis and Cutoff by Aakash Institute - Subject-Wise Analysis

Edited By Raushan Kumar | Updated on May 05, 2024 10:04 PM IST | #NEET

Subject experts of Aakash Institute have released the detailed NEET 2024 paper analysis after the conclusion of the medical entrance test. Aspirants can check the subject-wise analysis along with the expected cutoff scores by Aakash Institute here. The NEET analysis 2024 and expected cutoff scores by Aakash Institute carry insights into the NEET exam such as the overall difficulty level of the exam, sectional paper difficulty, the number of questions, and the NEET cutoff scores. All these things are extremely essential for the candidate since it helps them to evaluate their performance in NEET 2024 and their chances of admission more effectively.

NEET exam analysis 2024 have been published by other coaching institutes in the country such as Resonance, Career Point, and Motion IIT. NEET 2024 was conducted in pen and paper mode for admission to over 1 lakh MBBS, 28,088 BDS, 52,720 AYUSH, 603 BVSc, and AH, along with 1,899 AIIMS and 249 JIPMER seats. Meanwhile, NEET aspirants can read the article below to know the full details of the NEET cutoff and analysis by the Aakash Institute.

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NEET 2024 Analysis by Aakash Institute

Aakash Institute has released NEET analysis 2024 along with the expected cutoff marks. Candidates can check the NEET analysis by Aakash Institute below.

NEET 2024 exam analysis by Aakash Institute


NEET 2023 exam analysis by Aakash Institute- Video Solution

NEET UG 2022 Paper Analysis


NEET 2024 Paper Analysis and Expected Cutoff

NEET UG 2024 Physics paper analysis

Difficulty Level – Difficult and lengthy

  • Around 70-75% of the questions were numerical, rest were theory-based.
  • few questions were time-taking because due to long mathematical calculations needed to answer them.
  • The multi-statement-based questions were tricky and time-consuming.
  • Questions from Wheatstone Bridge were a little bit difficult.
  • One question was out of the syllabus recommended by NTA.

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NEET UG 2024 Chemistry paper analysis

Difficulty Level – Easy to moderate

  • Most questions were NCERT-based.

  • Only 11 questions were numerical.

  • 14 questions were from Organic Chemistry, 18 from Inorganic and the same number of questions were from Physical Chemistry.

  • Section A and B had almost equal share of questions from Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry.

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NEET Botany 2024 paper analysis

Difficulty level – Easy to moderate

  • All questions were from the NCERT textbooks

  • Only 2 were not from NCERT. Some questions were copied the language of NCERT.

  • Equal questions were from the syllabi of Class XI and XII.

  • Majority questions were fact-based

  • Few questions were concept-based

  • Match-the-column-type questions dominated the Botany section.

  • Most questions were from Genetics.

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NEET UG 2024 Zoology analysis

Difficulty Level – Moderate but lengthy

  • The syllabus of Class XII dominated the paper.

  • 5 questions each were from Human Reproduction, Human Health and Disease, and Biotechnology.

  • 17 questions were of match-the-column type.

  • 8 multiple-statement-based and 5 two-statement-based questions were asked.

  • 2 questions were from assertion-reason category

NEET UG 2023 Physics paper

Difficulty level – Easy to Moderate

● Numerical questions dominate the paper with 78% which is more in comparison to previous years NEET UG 2022 exam

● Unfortunately, one question is incorrect as the four options are worded incorrectly.

● The Physics portion is entirely based on the NCERT syllabus with no questions beyond the NCERT syllabus.

● Comparatively tricky questions are found in Section B.

● Two questions in section A are based on Statement-based questions.

● The difficulty level of Physics is same as that of NEET 2022 exam but we can say it is slightly lengthy due to more numerical problems.

NEET UG 2023 Chemistry Paper Analysis

Difficulty Level – Moderate with a few difficult questions

• Questions are based on the NCERT statements, facts and graphs.

• Statements are taken from NCERT with several modifications.

• Assertion-Reason type questions are introduced in both section A and B. Such questions demand deep clarity of concepts to answer correctly.

• Question paper is dominated by theory based questions having only 6 numericals.

• The Chemistry section is slightly lengthy due to questions based on conceptual understanding.

• Completely based on the NCERT syllabus with no questions beyond the NCERT syllabus.

• The questions are equally distributed among Inorganic, Organic and Physical Chemistry.

• 3-4 questions are of higher order thinking skills.

• In comparison to NEET UG 2022, this year there are more Assertion-Reason type questions and relatively few Matrix-match questions.

NEET Botany 2023 paper analysis

Difficulty level – Moderate to Difficult

• Most of the questions are lengthy and time consuming.

• Majority of the questions are asked from the NCERT textbooks with a few options beyond the NCERT syllabus

• Some questions are straightforward from the lines of NCERT textbooks.

• Few questions are difficult and seem tricky.

• There is no controversial question.

• Statement-based and Assertion-Reason type questions dominate the paper.

• Majority of questions are factual in nature with a few concept-based questions

• In comparison to NEET 2022, there are no incorrect questions this time.

NEET UG 2023 Zoology analysis

Difficulty Level – Easy to moderate

• Lengthy and time consuming due to numerous Match the Column type questions along with Statement-based questions

• Certain questions appear to be easy at first glance but they are twisted and require precision and focus on the key words.

• The Zoology section is based on the NCERT syllabus and requires understanding of the meaning between the lines

• From Class 11 th syllabus, questions from the chapters clubbed in Unit – Human Physiology strongly dominates the paper. While from Class 12 th syllabus, numerous questions are asked from the Units - BioTechnology and Reproduction.

• The Zoology section is highly NCERT centric

NEET UG 2022 Physics paper

Difficulty level – Easy to Moderate

  • Numerical dominated the paper with 60% which is mildly less as compared to the previous 2021 Exam.
  • One Question in Physics based on the photoelectric effect had controversial language wherein stopping potential values were interchanged.
  • Comparatively Tricky questions were asked in chapter Oscillations.
  • The physics portion was completely based on NCERT and no questions beyond NCERT were present.
  • Comparatively tricky questions were found in Section B.
  • Two questions were based on the Matrix-Match Type pattern, one in Section A and one in section B, demanding more time to solve the question.
  • Paper was not lengthy, like last year, and should be easily completed on time.

NEET UG 2022 Chemistry Paper Analysis

Difficulty Level - Easy to Moderate

• Most questions are based on NCERT statements, facts, and tables.

• Statements are directly copied from NCERT without any changes.

• Assertion Reason type of questions introduced in section A. Such questions demand deep clarity of concepts to answer correctly.

• Question paper is dominated by theory-based questions having only 11 numerical.

• One question is having a typo error leading to no match for the correct answer.

NEET Botany 2022 paper analysis

Difficulty level - Moderate to difficult

• A few questions are difficult and seem tricky

• Questions are from NCERT textbooks only

• Some questions are straightforward from the lines of NCERT textbooks.

• Majority of questions are factual in nature with a few concept-based questions.

• 2 questions are incorrect belonging to Living World and Anatomy of flowering plants

• Paper was quite lengthy as many questions are long statement based making it time-consuming

NEET UG 2022 Zoology analysis

Difficulty Level – Moderate.

• Zoology Paper was lengthy

• Certain questions appear to be easy at first glance but they are twisted and require precision and focus on the keywords.

• Surprising factor is a few questions from Biomolecules and Biotechnology and its Applications which are beyond NCERT

• Most of the Questions are from NCERT Textbooks.

• Chapters from Biotechnology have dominated strongly with 8 questions based on it.

• Paper is highly NCERT-centric yet two to three questions appear to be interlinked and require a deep understanding of concepts

Who Prepares NEET 2022 Analysis and Expected Cutoff by Aakash Institute?

The NEET paper analysis and expected cutoff by the Aakash institute will be prepared by the experts of the Aakash, Anurag Tiwari, National Academic Director, Medical, Aakash BYJU’S. The institute has been analysing the exam for many years now, therefore, the experts there are conversant with the general trends and making of the exam. The NEET 2022 analysis and cutoff by Aakash will assist aspirants in guessing how much they need to secure to be in a place to get a seat of their choice.

Previous Year's NEET Analysis and Expected Cutoff by Aakash Institute

The subject-wise NEET 2022 analysis and expected cutoff by Aakash Institute will be published by the candidate after the completion of the exam, however, in the meantime, candidates can check the previous year's cut off by Aakash institute below.

NEET 2021 analysis and expected cutoff

NEET 2021 Physics Paper Analysis

  • Difficulty level – Moderate to Difficult
  • Numerical dominated the paper with 70% which is greater as compared to previous years.
  • No controversial question.
  • Tricky questions are asked from Optics, Semi-Conductors, and Photoelectric Effect
  • 4-5 trickier questions also present in both section A & B
  • Paper was lengthy

NEET 2021 Chemistry Paper Analysis

  • Difficulty level – Easy to Moderate
  • Most of the questions are based on the NCERT figures, facts and their tables
  • Most of the questions are based on the fundamentals discussed in the NCERT
  • Large number of statement-based questions are asked
  • A question based on the acidic strength of Halogen Acids is repeated
  • A good number of numerical are asked
  • Approx. 3 Questions based are on graphs and Approx. 5 Questions are of matrix match type
  • Not very lengthy

NEET 2021 Botany Paper Analysis

  • Difficulty level - Easy to Moderate
  • A few questions are difficult and seem tricky.
  • Questions are based on the NCERT syllabus.
  • Most of the questions are straightforward from the NCERT textbooks.
  • Majority of questions are factual in nature with a few concept-based questions as well
  • Not at all lengthy

NEET 2021 Zoology Paper Analysis

  • Difficulty level – Moderate
  • Certain questions appear to be easy at the first glance, but they are twisted and require precision and focus on the keywords
  • Surprise factor is a question on Earthworm which only those would have attempted who were well versed with NCERT
  • Questions are based on the NCERT syllabus.
  • Chapters from Biotechnology have dominated strongly (11-12 questions)
  • Paper is highly NCERT centric, yet 3-4 questions appear to be highly interlinked requiring deep understanding.
  • In the unit on Human Physiology, approx. 4 questions are asked from Locomotion and Movement

Expected Cutoff By Aakash Institute for NEET 2020 Session

CategoryCutoff percentileExpected score
OTHERS50th Percentile701-134
OBC40th Percentile133-107
SC40th Percentile133-107
ST40th Percentile133-107
UR & PH45th Percentile133-120
OBC & PH40th Percentile119-107
SC & PH40th Percentile119-107
ST & PH40th Percentile119-107


NEET 2020 Cutoff- Official

Category

NEET Cut off percentile

NEET 2020 cutoff scores

General

50th

720-147

General-PH

45th

146-129

SC/ST/OBC

40th

146-113

SC/ST/OBC-PH

40th

128-113


Subject-wise Exam Detailed Analysis NEET 2020 by Aakash Institute

The experts of Aakash found that the overall exam was easy. Aspirants can go through the detailed subject-wise analysis of NEET for 2020 session below.

NEET 2020 Physics question paper analysis:

  • The difficulty level was easy in comparison to previous years.
  • About 30-40% of questions directly based on the NCERT textbook.
  • Easy calculations.
  • Questions asked from the prescribed syllabus only.

Detailed analysis of NEET 2020 Physics paper

The Physics section of the NEET question paper was easy in comparison to previous years’ papers. About 30-40% of the NEET Physics questions 2020 were directly based on the NCERT textbook. Graphs, data as well as some statements were directly picked from the NCERT textbook as per the NEET 2020 paper analysis. Calculations were comparatively easy from the previous year's NEET questions. All the questions were from the prescribed NEET syllabus with absolutely no controversial questions. Mechanics dominated with 12 questions followed by Electricity with 9 questions and Modern Physics with 8 questions. Overall, we can say, Physics was easy.

Topic-wise NEET 2020 questions asked from XI and XII and difficulty level

Difficulty levelXIIXIXIIXIXIIXIIXITotal
ElectricityHeat & ThermodynamicsMagnetismMechanicsModern PhysicsOpticsWaves
Easy3321061025
Medium624112016
Difficult00011114
Total9561284145


NEET 2020 Chemistry question paper analysis:

  • The difficulty level was easy to Moderate
  • Physical Chemistry had16 Questions, Organic Chemistry had 13 Questions and Inorganic Chemistry had 16 Questions
  • All questions based on the NCERT textbook. Statements were directly taken from the NECRT textbooks.
  • Straightforward questions & easy to comprehend.
  • One controversial question with more than one correct answer.
  • Not lengthy. Students should have completed the Chemistry part within 45 minutes. Enough time for revision.
  • Barely a few calculations.
  • An average student should have been able to attempt approximately 40 questions with ease. While others could have attempted 44 questions.

Detailed analysis of NEET 2020 Chemistry paper

The Chemistry section of the NEET 2020 question paper was of easy to moderate difficulty level. As per the analysis of the NEET question paper by Aakash institutes this year, Organic Chemistry slightly less dominated the subject with 13 questions. 16 questions were asked from Physical Chemistry and 16 questions were from Inorganic Chemistry. All the questions were from the prescribed NEET 2020 syllabus and completely based on the NCERT textbooks. In fact, statements were directly picked from the NCERT textbook.

The questions of NEET 2020 for the Chemistry paper were straightforward and easy to comprehend. There was one controversial question asked in NEET 2020 with more than one correct answer. Overall, the Chemistry section was not lengthy and students should have completed this part in 40-45 minutes. With minimalistic calculations, an average student should have been able to attempt approximately 40 questions with ease, while others would have been able to attempt a minimum of 44 questions.

Topic-wise NEET 2020 questions asked from XI and XII and difficulty level

Difficulty levelXIXIIXIXIIXIXIITotal
OrganicOrganicInorganicInorganicPhysicalPhysical
Easy23321314
Medium25433522
Difficult0131319
Total491067945


NEET 2020 Biology question paper analysis:

NEET 2020 Botany

  • The difficulty level was high in comparison to previous years
  • XI – 25 questions & XII – 18 questions
  • 2 controversial questions with more than one correct answer
  • Two questions were beyond the NCERT textbooks.
  • Majority of questions were conceptual in nature with a few fact-based questions as well
  • Not at all lengthy.

Detailed analysis of NEET 2020 Botany paper (Biology)

The Botany part of the NEET 2020 question paper was of high difficulty level in comparison to previous years. While 25 questions were tested from the class XI NEET syllabus, 18 questions were from the class XII syllabus. There were two controversial questions with more than one correct answer. Although the majority of questions were within the prescribed syllabus and based on the NCERT textbook, two questions were beyond the NCERT. The questions were conceptual in nature and required great conceptual and application-based understanding. There were also a few fact-based questions. Plant Physiology dominated with 9 questions followed by Ecology and Genetics with 7 questions each. Overall, the Botany part was not lengthy and should have been completed in the stipulated time period.

Topic-wise Botany NEET 2020 questions asked from XI and XII and difficulty level

Difficulty LevelXIIXIXIXIIXIIXIXIIXITotal
Biology in Human
Welfare
Cell & Cell CycleDiversity of LifeEcologyGeneticsPlant PhysiologyReproduction & Sexual
Reproduction
Structural Organisation of
Plants
Easy0112231313
Medium1132121011
Difficult1413440219
Total2657792543


Zoology section of NEET 2020

  • Difficulty level – Moderate with a few exceptions.
  • Multi-conceptual questions requiring incisive thinking and precision.
  • Some questions were tricky & lost in the terminology.
  • A couple of terms beyond the NCERT domain.
  • Two questions required linguistic prowess.
  • Overall, the questions were quite thought-provoking requiring alertness of mind and critical approach.
  • Comprehension, application & synthesis required to interpret the questions.

Detailed analysis of NEET 2020 Zoology paper (Biology)


The Zoology section of the NEET 2020 question paper was of moderate difficulty level with a few exceptions. Some questions were tricky and lost in the terminology. A couple of terms were also beyond the NCERT domain. The questions were multi-conceptual in nature and required incisive thinking and precision on the part of students. While two questions tested linguistic prowess, others required comprehension, application, and synthesis to interpret the questions. Human Physiology dominated with 12 questions followed by Animal Husbandry & Biotechnology with 10 questions and Biomolecules with 6 questions. Overall, the questions were quite thought-provoking and required alertness of mind and critical approach.

Topic-wise Zoology NEET 2020 questions asked from XI and XII and difficulty level

Difficulty LevelXIXIIXIIXIIXIXIIXIXITotal
Animal KingdomAnimal Husbandry & BiotechnologyEvolution:Theories & EvidencesHuman
Health &
Disease
Human
Physiology
Human
Reproduction &
Reproductive
Health
BiomoleculesStructural
Organization
in Animalstural
Easy2330103113
Medium2403722020
Difficult1311421114
Total510441246247


NEET 2019 exam analysis - Physics

Topic-wise questions asked from XI and XII and difficulty level

Difficulty level

XII

XI

XII

XI

XII

XII


Electricity

Heat & Thermodynamics

Magnetism

Mechanics

Modern Physics

Optics

Total

Easy

3

3

2

6

2

2

18

Medium

3

1

5

11

3

2

25

Difficult

0

0

0

2

0

0

2

Total

6

4

7

19

5

4

45

Total questions from XI and XII:

XI class - 23

XII class - 22

Level-wise distribution of questions

Difficulty level

Questions (%)

Easy

40

Medium

56

Difficult

4

Topic-wise distribution of questions

Topic

Questions (%)

Electricity

13

Heat and Thermodynamics

9

Magnetism

16

Mechanics

42

Modern Physics

11

Optics

9

Percentage of portions asked from class XI and XII

Class

Percentage (%)

XI

49

XII

51

NEET 2019 exam analysis - Chemistry

Topic-wise questions asked from XI and XII and difficulty level

Difficulty level

XII

XI

XII

XI

XII

XII


Organic

Chemistry

Organic

Chemistry

Inorganic

Chemistry

Inorganic

Chemistry

Physical

Chemistry

Physical

Chemistry

Total

Easy

2

6

1

2

4

2

17

Medium

2

1

6

3

5

5

22

Difficult

1

0

1

1

2

1

6

Total

5

7

8

6

11

8

45

Total questions from XI and XII:

XI class - 24

XII class - 21

Level-wise distribution of questions

Difficulty level

Questions (%)

Easy

38

Medium

49

Difficult

13

The topic-wise distribution of questions

Topic

Questions (%)

Organic Chemistry (XI)

11

Organic Chemistry (XII)

16

Inorganic Chemistry (XI)

18

Inorganic Chemistry (XII)

13

Physical Chemistry (XI)

24

Physical Chemistry (XII)

18

Percentage of portions asked from class XI and XII

Class

Percentage (%)

XI

53

XII

47

NEET 2019 exam analysis - Biology

Botany

Topic-wise questions asked from XI and XII and difficulty level

Difficulty level

XII

XI

XII

XI

XII

XI

XII

XI


Biology in Human Welfare

Structure and Function of Cell

Diversity of Life

Ecology

Genetics

Plant Physiology

Reproduction

& Sexual

Reproduction

Structural

Organization

of Plants

Total

Easy

2

2

1

5

1

5

2

3

21

Medium

1

1

3

2

2

2

2

0

13

Difficult

1

4

0

2

5

1

0

1

14

Total

4

7

4

9

8

8

4

4

48

Total questions from XI and XII:

XI class - 23

XII class - 25

Level-wise distribution of questions

Difficulty level

Questions (%)

Easy

44

Medium

27

Difficult

29

Topic-wise distribution of questions

Topic

Questions (%)

Biology in Human Welfare

8

Structure & Func. of Cell

15

Diversity of Life

8

Ecology

19

Genetics

17

Plant Physiology

17

Reproduction & Sexual Reproduction

8

Structural Organization of Plants

8

Percentage of portions asked from class XI and XII

Class

Percentage (%)

XI

48

XII

52

Zoology

Topic-wise questions asked from XI and XII and difficulty level

Difficulty level

XI

XII

XII

XII

XI

XII

XI

XI


Animal

Kingdom

Animal

Husbandry &

Biotechnology

Evolution:

Theories &

Evidence

Human

Health &

Disease

Human

Physiology

Human

Reproduction &

Reproductive

Health

Biomolecules

Structural

Organisation

in Animals

Total

Easy

0

2

1

1

2

1

1

1

9

Medium

2

4

3

2

6

5

2

1

25

Difficult

0

1

0

0

6

0

1

0

8

Total

2

7

4

3

14

6

4

2

42

Total questions from XI and XII:

XI class - 22

XII class - 20

Level-wise distribution of questions

Difficulty level

Questions (%)

Easy

21

Medium

60

Difficult

19

Topic-wise distribution of questions

Topic

Questions (%)

Animal Kingdom

5

Animal Husbandry & Biotechnology

17

Evolution: Theories & Evidences

9

Human Health

7

Human Physiology

33

Human Reproduction & Reproductive Health

14

Biomolecules

10

Structural Organisation in Animals

5

Percentage of portions asked from class XI and XII

Class

Percentage (%)

XI

48

XII

52

NEET 2018 Analysis by Aakash Institute – Physics

The majority of questions in Physics NEET 2018 came from NCERT. There were a total of 80% questions that were numerical-based requiring intensive calculation. Most questions from the Class 11 & 12 part were almost identical-21 and 24 individually. Some of the questions were difficult. Also, the majority of questions were from rotational motion current electricity, ray and wave optics." There were a few questions from Mechanics as well.

NEET Analysis 2018 – Topic wise analysis of Physics

In the Physics section, 82% of the questions were numerical-based requiring intensive calculation. The questions which came from Class 11 & 12 were nearly identical-21 and 24 respectively. Some of the numerical questions were tricky and as assumed, questions were from rotational motion current electricity, ray and wave optics. Few questions came from Mechanics as well.

NEET Analysis 2018 – Topic wise analysis of Physics

Difficulty Level

XII

XI

XII

XI

XII

XII

XI

Total

Electricity

Heat & Thermodynamics

Magnetism

Mechanics

Modern Physics

Optics

Waves

Easy

1

1

1

1

2

0

1

7

Medium

5

2

1

9

3

5

2

27

Difficult

0

2

2

4

3

0

0

11

Total

6

5

4

14

8

5

3

45

NEET Analysis 2018 by Aakash Institute- Chemistry

According to the Aakash Institute's analysis, the section was of usual difficulty level, as many questions were from NCERT. According to the experts of Aakash institutes, "Few of the questions were beyond NCERT, questions like molecular orbital configuration of heteroatomic molecules, reverse hyperconjugation, etc. Each question was concept-based and no memory based questions were present." Class 11& 12 syllabus contributed 25 and 20 questions respectively. One question also came from Organic Chemistry having more than one correct answer. When it comes to physical chemistry, numerical questions were relatively easier which required no lengthy calculations.

NEET Analysis 2018 – Topic wise analysis of Chemistry

Difficulty Level

XI

XII

XI

XII

XI

XII

Total

Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Inorganic Chemistry

Inorganic Chemistry

Physical Chemistry

Physical Chemistry

Easy

2

1

5

3

4

2

17

Medium

3

5

2

4

5

2

21

Difficult

1

3

0

0

2

1

7

Total

6

9

7

7

11

5

45

NEET Analysis 2018 – Topic wise analysis of Biology (Botany)

Candidates should know that Biology is the most important section of NEET as it carries the maximum weightage of questions- 90, which means 360 marks are asked from Biology. In the NEET exam of 2018, there were more questions from Class 12 compared to Class 12, Botany portion covered 53 questions whereas Zoology contributed 37 questions. The difficulty level of NEET 2018 Biology paper was easy.

NEET Analysis 2018 – Topic wise analysis of Biology (Botany)

Difficulty Level

XII

XI

XI

XII

XII

XI

XII

XI

Total

Biology in Human Welfare

Cell Cycle

Diversity of Life

Ecology

Genetics

Plant Physiology

Reproduction & Sexual Reproduction

Structural Organization of Plants

Easy

1

4

4

6

4

2

3

5

29

Medium

0

4

4

3

3

3

2

1

20

Difficult

0

1

1

0

1

1

0

0

4

Total

1

9

9

9

8

6

5

6

53

NEET Analysis 2018 – Topic wise analysis of Biology (Zoology)

Difficulty Level

XI

XII

XII

XII

XI

XII

XI

XI

Total

Animal Kingdom

Animal Husbandry & Biotechnology

Evolution: Theories & Evidences

Human Health & Diseases

Human Physiology

Human Reproduction & Reproductive Health

Biomolecules

Structural Organization in Animals

Easy

1

1

1

1

1

0

0

1

6

Medium

2

4

2

1

9

4

1

1

24

Difficult

0

0

0

1

4

2

0

0

7

Total

3

5

3

3

14

6

1

2

37


NEET Exam Pattern 2024

NEET 2024 exam pattern helps candidates understand the concept of the exam, for example, the number of questions as well as the marking scheme. Candidates can check the detailed NEET exam pattern in the table below.

Detailed NEET 2024 Exam Pattern

Particulars

Details

Pattern of Examination

Pen and paper-based

Duration of Examination

3 hours and 20 minutes

Medium of Examination

English, Hindi, Urdu, Assamese, Bengali, Tamil, Gujarati, Marathi, Oriya, Malayalam, Punjabi, Telugu and Kannada

Total Number of Questions

200 Questions (Candidates need to attempt only 180)

Sections

Physics – 50 Questions

Chemistry – 50 Questions

Biology – 100 Questions

Marking Scheme

+4 marks for each correct answer;


-1 mark for each wrong answer;


0 mark for each unanswered question


Maximum Marks

720 marks

Aggreg4te score calculation

Total number of correct answers X 4 – Total number of incorrect answers X 1

(There are no marks for unattempted questions)


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To pursue an MD in Anesthesiology, which is the postgraduate qualification required for practicing as an Anesthesiologist, you must qualify in the NEET PG (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Postgraduate) exam. NEET PG is the mandatory entrance exam for admission to MD/MS programs in medical colleges across India.

There is no provision for direct admission to MD Anesthesiology programs without appearing for NEET PG. All admissions happen through a centralized counseling process based on NEET PG scores.


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Hello aspirant

You should not worry as your father's name is correct. It's OK if In your class xii certificate it is written Late before your father's name .

In neet ug form all the names ( your name, father's name, mother's name) should be correct with right spellings . The names should be same as in aadhar card. Date of birth should be correct. Your photo must match with your photo in aadhar card so that you can be recognized easily,  for that always use recent photo copy of yourself.

You will be called for counseling and there will not be any issue .

All the best.

Hello aspirant

With 480 marks you have hogh chances of getting a medical seat through state quota but through All India quota, we can't predict regarding getting which seat and which course being obc category person.

This is because your admission depends upon neet cut off 2024. Cut off changes every year. Cut iff depends upon various factors such as students appeared, seat intake, previous year's cut off and difficulty level of exam etc.

Neet qualifying marks for obc category are 40 percentile .

Now looking at previous year's trends for obc category , with 480 marks you may get a prestigious college , it may be for mbbs or bds .


For rank prediction you may visit the link given below

https://medicine.careers360.com/neet-rank-predictor


Fir college prediction you may go through the following link

https://medicine.careers360.com/neet-college-predictor

If you have an SC certificate issued by the competent authority in Delhi  where you have resided since birth, then your SC quota will be valid for Delhi. This is because Delhi considers residence a crucial factor for claiming reservation benefits.

There might be some ambiguity in this case. Ideally, for claiming a reservation benefit in a state, your SC certificate should be issued by that specific state's authority.

I hope it helps!

Hello Sana

For pursuing BPT , you need to appear for Neet.

Neet is National eligibility cum entrance test. It is thf b9ggest entrsncd test of India.

Neet is mandatory for various medical courses including mbbs, bpt, bds, bhms, bams, Ayush and even veterinary science.

Eligibility for appearing Neet

The candidate must be an Indian

The candidate must have completed 17 years of age. There is no upper age limit.

The student must havd passed class xii with 50% marks in physics, chemistry and biology .


To get more information. You must visit the link given below

https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-eligibility-criteria

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Column I ( Salivary gland)

 

Column II ( Their location)

Parotids

I

Below tongue

Sub-maxillary / sub-mandibular

Ii

Lower jaw

Sub-linguals

Iii

Cheek

Option: 1

a(i), b(ii) , c(iii)

 


Option: 2

a(ii), b(i), c(iii)

 


Option: 3

a(i), b(iii), c(ii)


Option: 4

a(iii), b(ii), c(i)


Ethyl \; ester \xrightarrow[(excess)]{CH_{3}MgBr} P

the product 'P' will be ,

Option: 1


Option: 2


Option: 3

\left ( C_{2}H_{5} \right )_{3} - C- OH


Option: 4


 

    

           

 Valve name                            

             

Function

    I   Aortic valve     A

Prevents blood from going backward from the pulmonary artery to the right ventricle.

    II   Mitral valve     B

 Prevent blood from flowing backward from the right ventricle to the right atrium.

    III   Pulmonic valve     C

 Prevents backward flow from the aorta into the left ventricle.

    IV   Tricuspid valve     D

 Prevent backward flow from the left ventricle to the left atrium.

 

Option: 1

I – A , II – B, III – C, IV – D


Option: 2

 I – B , II – C , III – A , IV – D


Option: 3

 I – C , II – D , III – A , IV – B


Option: 4

 I – D , II – A , III – B , IV – C 

 

 


Column A Column B
A

a) Organisation of cellular contents and further cell growth.  

B

b) Leads to formation of two daughter cells.

C

c) Cell grows physically and increase volume proteins,organells.

D

d)  synthesis and replication of DNA.

Match the correct option as per the process shown in the diagram. 

 

 

 

Option: 1

1-b,2-a,3-d,4-c
 


Option: 2

1-c,2-b,3-a,4-d


Option: 3

1-a,2-d,3-c,4-b

 


Option: 4

1-c,2-d,3-a,4-b


0.014 Kg of N2 gas at 27 0C is kept in a closed vessel. How much heat is required to double the rms speed of the N2 molecules?

Option: 1

3000 cal


Option: 2

2250 cal


Option: 3

2500 cal


Option: 4

3500 cal


0.16 g of dibasic acid required 25 ml of decinormal NaOH solution for complete neutralisation. The modecular weight of the acid will be

Option: 1

32


Option: 2

64


Option: 3

128


Option: 4

256


0.5 F of electricity is passed through 500 mL of copper sulphate solution. The amount of copper (in g) which can be deposited will be:

Option: 1

31.75


Option: 2

15.8


Option: 3

47.4


Option: 4

63.5


0.5 g of an organic substance was kjeldahlised and the ammonia released was neutralised by 100 ml 0.1 M HCl. Percentage of nitrogen in the compound is

Option: 1

14


Option: 2

42


Option: 3

28


Option: 4

72


0xone is

Option: 1

\mathrm{KO}_{2}


Option: 2

\mathrm{Na}_{2} \mathrm{O}_{2}


Option: 3

\mathrm{Li}_{2} \mathrm{O}


Option: 4

\mathrm{CaO}


(1) A substance  known as "Smack"

(2) Diacetylmorphine

(3) Possessing a white color

(4) Devoid of any odor

(5) Crystal compound with a bitter taste

(6) Obtained by extracting from the latex of the poppy plant

The above statements/information are correct for:

Option: 1

Morphine


Option: 2

Heroin


Option: 3

Cocaine


Option: 4

Barbiturates


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