NEET Difficulty Level 2020 - Paper Analysis and Trends Review
NEET Difficulty Level 2020: The National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test- NEET is going to be held on September 13, 2020. The education minister of India has postponed the NEET UG exam twice, providing enough time for NEET preparations. With more time for preparations, it must be concerning most of the candidates how difficult NEET question paper 2020 will be? Will the authorities make the NEET 2020 difficult considering that candidates have been getting a lot of time for the preparations. Will the merger of AIIMS and JIPMER in NEET 2020 have any effect on the standard of the entrance exam? These questions must have been on each aspirant’s mind who is going to appear in the entrance examination.
UPDATE: NEET 2020 today: Difficulty level to be updated soon!
Usually, NEET difficulty level 2020 depends upon the number of candidates appearing for the exam, seats available, previous years’ trends and other factors. In this article, we will be uncovering such popular queries on the difficulty level of NEET UG 2020, keeping DG NTA and expert Vineet Joshi’s statement into consideration. A clear cut answer will help the candidates to get a clear view of what NEET difficulty level they can expect in the examination. Interested candidates can read the article on the NEET difficulty level 2020 in order to get over their confusion related to the NEET exam pattern and related information.
NEET Difficulty Level 2020 - The Introduction
The exam of NEET consists of three subjects i.e Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. There will be 90 questions from Biology (which will be categorized into Botany and Zoology). While candidates will get 45 questions from both Physics and Chemistry. The syllabus of NEET based on Class 11 & 12.
Subject-Wise NEET 2020 Difficulty Level
Aspirants can read the subject wise difficulty level of the entrance exam as per NEET analysis by experts from Careers360.
NEET Difficulty Level- Physics Section
NEET physics section is considered the toughest amongst all the sections. Aspirants need to crack conceptual based and tricky questions in the exam. The questions in the Physics exam are usually critical and candidates need to do heavy calculations.
According to Prof. Ravindra Kumar Kondamudi (Executive Dean for NEET And Senior Physics Lecturer, Sri Chaitanya Educational Institutions), the Physics paper in NEET is in reality not that tough. It has been made tough solely by the student's mindset. That is why they should not create fear for the subject, rather have a calm mind and do the best. As per Mr. Ravindra, Gravitation, Electrostatics, and Magnetism are the most important topics.
NEET DIfficulty Level- Chemistry Section
The paper of NEET Chemistry is considered moderately complex and therefore, aspirants get some direct questions from NCERT books. Aspirants should know that in the NEET exam, Chemistry is the most scoring subject. And as per experts at Careers360, amongst all three of the subjects, chemistry is also the easiest paper.
NEET DIfficulty Level- Biology Section
Biology carries the maximum number of questions, however, the paper is known to be tough. The questions from the Biology paper are time consuming and descriptive. The highest weightage chapters of the NEET Biology section are from Microbes in Human Welfare and Cell. In order to score well in the Biology section, candidates need to have in-depth knowledge of the concepts.
Factors for NEET Difficulty Level 2020
Listed below are the top factors that could create an impact on the difficulty level of NEET entrance exam.
NEET 2020 difficulty level due to further postponements
One of the most common questions that have been concerning NEET aspirants is that will the NEET paper be more difficult because the exam has been postponed and aspirants have been given more time for preparation as well revision? Many aspirants have been raising questions on the popular social media platforms Quora, Twitter, Facebook such as, “Now that the NEET 2020 has been postponed, will the NTA increase the difficulty level of the paper?” or “What is the difficulty level of NEET 2020 after postponed of exam due to COVID 19?” and many others.
Twitteratis also been expressing their concern over the NEET 2020 difficult level. Some of the tweets have been mentioned below.
Due to AIIMS and JIPMER merger in NEET, many aspirants have been worried about the increase in the difficulty level of NEET. One major could be that the paper pattern of AIIMS is considered extremely difficult, and AIIMS itself is the top medical college in India as per NIRF ranking 2020, released on June 11. On the other hand, JIPMER exam pattern was moderate level, however, the chemistry section was considered the tough one. Taking all these into consideration, candidates concern over the NEET 2020 difficulty level is understandable.
Will NEET 2020 Be Difficult? - Conclusion
Careers360 is here to clarify all confusion. In a video interview with National Testing Agency (NTA) General Director, Vineet Joshi shared the official statement related to NEET difficulty level 2020.
“The NEET pattern, as well as the standard, will remain the same as it was last year. In the AIIMS pattern, there were some sections that were not going to come in NEET paper. AIIMS will take admission on the basis of NEET results.”- said Vineet Joshi in a live session. A link for NTA DG live session is provided below.
Apart from the official statement of Vineet Joshi, we also have Mr. Pramod Maheshwari (Chairman & Managing Director (CMD), Career Point Group & Chancellor, Career Point University) and his views on change in NEET paper pattern or difficulty level.
“The pattern and syllabus of NEET would not change. Those students who were writing AIIMS and JIPMER earlier were also writing NEET, so the set will not change. NEET is still the same competition that it used to be. Rather the opportunity has been increased, as AIIMS and JIPMER now a part of NEET, and students should be worried to prepare for AIIMS and JIPMER separately There is nothing to worry about as far as NEET pattern is concerned” said Pramod Maheswari, Sri Chaitanya, in a live session and the link is available below.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - NEET Difficulty Level 2020 - Paper Analysis and Trends Review
Question: Will the authority change the NEET exam pattern 2020?
No, there will be no change in the exam pattern of NEET 2020.
Question: Will NEET be conducted twice in the future?
No official statement has been released yet, for now, the entrance exam of NEET is only conducted once a year.
Question: What will be the syllabus of NEET 2020?
NEET UG syllabus will be based on the topics covered in Class 11 and 12 for all three subjects.
Question: Who conducts the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test- NEET 2020?
The National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts the entrance examination of NEET 2020.
Question: How many questions will be asked from each section of NEET?
There will be 45 questions each in Physics and Chemistry section and 90 questions from the Biology section.
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Questions related to NEET
can i get any government college in india if got 540mark in neet 2020
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i am a general category female student i am getting 565 marks in neet 2020 and i dont have Maharashtra state domicile can i get admission in terna medical college?
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can i get mbbs govt college in maharashtra with 360 (sc category) marks in neet 2020?
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How to apply for management quota seats with 200 marks in NEET UG without falling in Trap of middlemen and frauds?
With a score of 200 out of 720, you will be able to secure a rank of 535336 - 610486. You can check it by yourself at https://medicine.careers360.com/neet-rank-predictor
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