NEET 2019 Analysis and Expected Cut off by Allen Kota - National Test Agency conducted the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test on May 5, 2019, and the test takers can now download the NEET exam analysis and expected cutoff from this page. The NEET analysis and expected cut off by Allen Kota helps candidates to evaluate their scores and the overall examination. Aspirants can get a fair idea of their score and the probability of qualifying the exam. NEET was conducted in a single shift from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM. The candidates must also know about the cut off marks which indicate the marks that one needs to secure in order to be considered eligible for NEET 2019. Candidates can also check the previous year NEET analysis and expected cut off by Allen Kota which can be highly helpful in the exam preparations. Careers360 brings to the NEET 2019 analysis and the expected cut off by Allen Kota. NEET aspirants can check the detailed analysis of the exam, sectional difficulty level, topics, minimum qualifying percentile and cutoff trends etc.
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The candidates should be well aware of the exam pattern in order to prepare for the examination. With the help of NEET exam pattern 2019, candidates will get acquainted to information on exam duration, sections, number of questions and the marking scheme etc. For the ease of the candidates, the details of Exam pattern of NEET 2019 has been tabulated below.
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Date of Examination
May 5, 2019
Mode of Examination
Offline (Pen and Paper)
Duration of Examination
Medium of Exam
English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Oriya, Kannada and Urdu
Type of Questions
Multiple Choice Questions
Physics – 45 Questions Chemistry – 45 Questions Biology (Botany and Zoology) – 90 Questions
Total Number of Questions
Total Marks of Examination
For each correct answer, the candidates will be awarded 4 marks; if an answer is wrong, then 1 mark will be deducted.
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In the Physics section, most of the questions were asked from Mechanics (Class 11) and Electrodynamic (Class 12) chapters. As per the NEET analysis, the exam was easy to moderate. Candidates can check the complete topic-wise NEET analysis 2019 for Physics section below.
NEET analysis for Physics
In the Chemistry section, most of the questions were asked from Physical Chemistry making a total of 17 questions. While 12 and 16 questions were asked from Organic and Inorganic Chemistry, respectively. Aspirants can check the NEET analysis of Chemistry section from the table below.
NEET analysis for Chemistry
In a medical entrance exam, no doubt the focus is on the Biology section of the paper. The difficulty level as per the NEET analysis by Allen Kota was identified to be easy in comparison to last year's question paper. Questions from Class 11 and 12 syllabi were equally distributed. Candidates can check the difficulty level and distribution of questions in the table below.
Previous analysis of NEET by experts of Allen Kota suggests that around 51 percent of the questions were from Class XII syllabus. The difficullty level of the exam was medium in which maximum number of questions (31% ) were asked from the topics of Mechanics topic. Topics like SHM and Waves were least touched by the examiner.
SHM & Waves
Modern & Electronics
As per the analysis of NEET by Allen Kota experts, majority of questions were from Class 11 syllabus, around 51%. The overall difficulty of the section was medium. Physical chemistry remained the most asked topic in the chemistry section combined with class 11 and 12 syllabus. The detailed distribution and the difficulty level has been given in the table below.
Since NEET is a medical exam, the focus is relatively more on Biology as compared to other two subjects. The previous year analysis of NEET by Allen Kota indicates that the maximum number of the questions were asked from topics like Genetics, Biotechnology and Plant Physiology. Candidates can check the detailed distribution and the difficulty level in botany section in the table below.
Cell Biology and Cell division
NEET 2018 analysis by Allen Kota suggest that in Zoology section, most of the questions were asked from Class 11 syllabus especially from the topic of Human Physiology. 61 % of the questions that appeared in the zoology section were of easy level. The overall distribution and difficulty level has been tabulated below.
Structural Organisation in Animal
Human Reproduction and Reproductive health
Origin and Evolution
Human Health and Diseases
In order to qualify the examination, each candidate is required to secure a minimum required percentile. For each category, the qualifying percentile is different. The cut off score corresponding to the percentile will be issued with the declaration of result by June 5, 2019. The score will be out of the total of 720 marks. Interested candidates can check the qualifying percentile in the table below.
Minimum Required Percentile
SC/ST (including PwD of SC/ST/OBC)
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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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