NEET 2019 Analysis and Expected Cutoff by Aakash Institute - Aakash has published the subject-wise NEET 2019 analysis for NEET 2019. The NEET Analysis 2019 by Aakash Institute contain insights into NEET exam, like the overall difficulty level of the paper, sectional-difficulty, and distribution of questions. This information will help the NEET applicant evaluate their performance and chances of admission more effectively. Apart from analysis by Aakash for NEET 2019, previous years’ data have also been provided so that candidates can get a feel of the general trend. NEET 2019 analysis is also published by other coaching institutes in the country - Resonance, Career Point, and Motion IIT. Go through the rest of the article to learn the full details of NEET 2019 cutoff and analysis by Aakash Institute.
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The experts at Aakash Institute has prepared the analysis and cutoff of NEET 2019. Considering the institute has been analysing the exam for many years now, the experts there are conversant with the general trends and making of the exam. NEET 2019 was conducted on May 5 in pen-and-paper based exam by National Testing Agency (NTA). NTA will release NEET result in the form of scorecard by June 5. The scores corresponding to qualifying percentile will also be released along with the result.
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The NEET 2019 analysis and cutoff by Aakash will help the candidate guess how much they need to score to be in a position to get a seat of their choice. Check the subject-wise NEET 2019 analysis below:
Topic-wise questions asked from XI and XII and difficulty level
Total questions from XI and XII:
XI class - 23
XII class - 22
Level-wise distribution of questions
Topic-wise distribution of questions
Percentage of portions asked from class XI and XII
XI class - 24
XII class - 21
XII class - 25
XI class - 22
XII class - 20
Most of the questions in Physics section were from NCERT. Up to 80% questions were numerical-based requiring intensive calculation. "Number of questions from Class 11 and Class 12 part was almost identical - 21 and 24 respectively. There were some theoretical questions that were tricky. As expected majority questions were from rotational motion current electricity, Ray and wave optics." There were a few questions from Mechanics as well.
Heat & Thermodynamics
As per analysis by Aakash, the section was of standard difficulty level, as many questions were from NCERT. "A few questions were beyond NCERT, such as molecular orbital configuration of heteroatomic molecules, reverse hyperconjugation, etc. All questions were concept based and no memory based question was present," experts at the institute shared. Class XI and XII syllabus contributed 25 and 20 questions respectively. NEET 2018 analysis by Aakash Institute also found there was one question from Organic Chemistry with more than one correct answer. In physical chemistry, numerical questions were relatively easier as no lengthy calculations were needed to solve them. In case of Organic section, multi-conceptual questions making it tricky. The sectional difficulty level of Chemistry section was moderate.
Biology in Human Welfare
Diversity of Life
Reproduction & Sexual Reproduction
Structural Organization of Plants
Biology is the most important section in NEET exam as it carries maximum weightage; 90 questions carrying 360 marks are asked from Biology. In NEET 2018, there were more questions from class XI compared to class XII. Botany portion comprised 53 questions, while Zoology contributed 37 questions. The difficulty level was easy and distribution of questions was on expected lines.
Animal Husbandry & Biotechnology
Evolution: Theories & Evidences
Human Health & Diseases
Human Reproduction & Reproductive Health
Structural Organization in Animals
To qualify in NEET 2019, candidates have to score equal to or more than the prescribed minimum percentile of marks in NEET 2019. Note that NEET 2019 qualifying cutoff is determined category-wise, so when checking cutoff the candidate has to refer the cutoff percentile in their respective categories only. For example, NEET 2019 cutoff for general candidates is 50 percentile, whereas it is 40 percentile for SC and ST candidates.
The NEET 2019 cutoff scores will be released along with the results. Check below the cutoff details of previous years.
Minimum Qualifying Percentile
Unreserved Physically Handicapped (UR-PH)
Scheduled Caste (SC)
Scheduled Tribe (ST)
Other Backward Classes (OBC)
All aspirants need to be familiar with NEET 2019 exam pattern to learn about what type of questions will be asked, marking scheme, etc. This will ensure the candidate is not taken by surprise on exam day. For example, someone who is appearing in AIIMS MBBS 2019, which is conducted online, NEET PG is a pen-paper based exam. It may be a small detail, but if you don’t know it, it can cause much pain.
Mode of Exam
3 hours (180 minutes)
English, Hindi, Urdu, Assamese, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Bengali, Gujarati, Oriya
Sections and questions
Physics (45 questions)
Chemistry (45 questions)
Biology (90 questions)
Type of Questions
Correct Response: Will be awarded 4 marks
Incorrect Response: One mark will be deducted
No Response: Zero marks will be awarrded
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