NEET 2019 analysis and expected cut off by Resonance - The competition for NEET 2019 is soaring and candidates, in order to stay ahead of the rest, will need the help of NEET analysis and expected cut off by Resonance 2019. NEET 2019 was re-conducted for candidates belonging to Odisha, Karnataka and Siliguri on May 20, 2019. After the conclusion of the exam, NEET analysis and expected cutoff by Resonance for the same has been released. The candidates will be able to know their probability of qualifying the exam with the help of NEET analysis and expected cut off by Resonance. NEET 2020 will be conducted on May 3 in the rest of the country. Right after the conclusion of the exam, candidates are eager to know the analysis of NEET 2019 which will help them know the level of difficulty of the exam, types of questions and section wise difficulty. Candidates will be able to prepare well with the help analysis and expected of NEET by Resonance. NEET 2019 analysis and expected cut off by Resonance is made available for the candidates after conclusion of NEET exam. The education experts of NEET has prepared the NEET analysis 2019 by Resonance for the benefit of the candidates. Careers360 brings to you a detailed NEET exam analysis and the expected cutoff which will help the students with their entrance preparations. Interested candidates can check here complete details about NEET cut off, including minimum qualifying percentiles, previous year NEET Cut off trends etc.Latest: NTA will release NEET admit card 2020 in online mode on March 27!
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To check the detailed NEET (conducted on May 20) analysis by Resonance, click hereNEET Analysis 2019 by Resonance - Key Highlights
The question paper of NEET 2019 included 180 objective type questions, each carrying 4 marks. Biology contributed a maximum of 90 questions, while Physics and Chemistry each had 45 questions. As per the experts at Resonance, the paper this year was much easier compared to both 2018 and 2017. This is how they rated the difficulty level of NEET 2019 compared to previous years:
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Subject-wise and overall difficulty level of NEET 2019
1: Easy 2: Moderate 3: Difficult
Difficulty analysis: Number of questions
If one looks at the charts by Resonance, it seems obvious that the overall difficulty level has been decreasing in last few years. Subject-wise, Biology is getting easier, whereas the difficulty level of Chemistry and Physics continues to fluctuate.
Questions asked from Class 11 and 12
The number of questions asked from Class 11 and 12 is almost evenly matched, though if one looks at it closely it can be seen class 11 carried a little more weightage.
In order to qualify the examination, candidates need to secure a minimum prescribed percentile. Resonance has declared the expected marks the candidate needs to score to qualify in the exam.
the expected cut off has also be issued by the coaching institute. The official cut off marks will be released by NTA only after the declaration of result on June 5. The category-wise cut off percentile can be checked in the table below.
SC/ST (including PwD of SC/ST/OBC)
According to the previous year analysis of NEET by Resonance, the candidates faced a moderately difficult exam paper in which the section of Physics was the most difficult and the section of Biology was easy to attempt. Candidates can check the NEET 2018 analysis below in this article.
No of Questions
In the analysis by Resonance, the experts have found that the difficulty level of NEET 2018 was similar to that of 2017 question paper. However, the biology section was easier as compared to 2017 NEET question paper. The most difficult was the section of Physics followed by Chemistry. Candidates can check the detailed break up of marks in each section of class 11 and 12 syllabus, in the table below.
Number of Questions
Centre of Mass
Elasticity and Viscosity
Electro Magnetic Field
Electro Magnetic Induction
Error and Analysis
KTG & Thermodynamics
Newton's Laws of Motion
Rigid Body Dynamics
Simple Harmonic Motion
Reproduction in Organism
Reproduction in Plants
Structural Organisation of Plant and Animals
Biology in Human welfare
The exam pattern of NEET 2019 will acquaint the candidates with all the relevant information there is to know about the NEET examination. Candidates need to know the exam pattern well in order to prepare well for the examination. All such details have been tabulated for the interested candidates which can be checked here.
Date of Examination
May 5, 2019
Mode of Examination
Offline (Pen and Paper based)
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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Based on this NEET MDS score, the chances are very less to get a seat in All India Quota seats. However you can check your other admission chances in Deemed Universities.
To know your possibilities, you can use NEET MDS given below.
Going by previous All India cut offs and your rank, you may decent chances in:
Sangli Medical College
Meenakshi Medical College
Having said that, this is 2019 data and cut offs change every year depending on various factors such as no.of Candidates appearing for the exam, no.of Candidates qualified, difficulty of the exam, and no.of seats available for each specialisation. Please try our College predictor to check the possibility of other specialisations with you rank across India: https://medicine.careers360.com/neet-pg-all-india-college-predictor
The medical cutoff for Banaras Hindu University (BHU) will be released by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC).
The cutoff will be category specific and will be different for two courses, i.e. MBBS and BDS.
In 2019, the BHU cutoff for Medical college for SC category was 15572, and for BDS college it was 85693.
This year also, the cutoff is expected to be around the previous year cutoffs.
You can check the previous years' detailed cutoff on the below mentioned link:
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