NEET 2019: Know expected cutoff and section-wise analysis - Candidates will be able to check expected cutoff and section wise analysis of NEET 2019 after conclusion of the exam. Leading coaching institutes like Resonance, Aakash and Allen Kota will release NEET 2019 expected cutoff and section-wise analysis containing details like expected category-wise qualifying marks, overall difficulty level of the exam, topic-wise distribution of questions, and much more. Using the expected cutoff and analysis, the NEET applicant candidate will be able to better evaluate their performance and chances of admission. Considering the expected cutoff and section wise analysis of NEET 2019 will only be available after the exam, the previous years’ cutoff and section-wise analysis have been included below to give the candidate a fair idea about the general trend. Go through rest of the article to learn full details of NEET 2019 expected cutoff and section wise analysis.
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National Testing Agency (NTA) has conduct NEET 2019 on May 5. Last year 13,23,673 candidates registered for the exam, out of which 7,12,635 candidates had qualified. The registration details for the current session hasn’t been released yet. This article along with bringing you details on NEET 2019 expected cutoff and section wise analysis, will also include feedback of candidates who have written the exam, so you get a 360 degree perspective.
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Candidates of NEET 2018 who stumbled while solving some of the questions asked in the exam can check detailed solutions provided by Manish Mulchandani, who scored AIR 3 in NEET 2017 and AIR 10 in AIIMS MBBS 2017. Currently he is pursuing MBBS at AIIMS New Delhi. Check the solutions to NEET 2018 by the previous year’s NEET topper below:
Careers360 will bring you section-wise NEET 2019 cutoff after conclusion of national-level exam. NEET 2019 section-wise analysis will include details like topic-wise distributions of questions, weightage carried by Class 11 and 12, and difficulty level. It will enable the candidate to access their performance in the exam, and also their chances of admission. NEET 2019 expected cutoff and section-wise analysis will be published by the leading coaching institutes like Resonance, Allen Kota, Sri Chaitanya and Aakash.
Both candidates and experts agreed that Physics was the toughest section in NEET 2018. In fact, there were some questions in Physics that needed very high level calculation skills and in-depth understanding of concepts. Questions were asked from Mechanics (Class 11), while from class 12, most questions were from Electrodynamics. Check overall and topic-wise difficulty level analysis of Physics in NEET 2018.
SHM & Waves
Heat and Thermodynamics
Chemistry section of NEET 2018 was of moderate difficulty level. There were more questions from Class 11 than from Class 12. Inorganic and Physical Chemistry were relatively easier. Numerical questions were formula-based.
Biology carries the same weightage as Physics and Chemistry combined, so doing well in the section is crucial for success. In NEET 2018, unlike the previous year, Zoology was easier compared to Botany. Also, there were more questions from Botany. Of the three subjects, Biology was the easiest.
Cell Biology & Cell Division
Genetics + Bio Technology
Structural Organization in Animal
Human Reproduction & Reproductive Health
Human Health and Diseases
The overall difficulty level of NEET 2018 was moderate. The subject-wise difficult level analysis of NEET 2018 is given below.
As per candidates who appeared in the exam, NEET 2018 question paper was of moderate difficulty level similar to previous year papers.
The paper contained a balanced mix of questions from Class 11 and 12.
Of the three sections, Physics was a bit difficult, Chemistry was moderate, while Biology was the easiest.
In Physics section, the theoretical questions were easy, but numericals posed some difficulties. As for Biology, many said Zoology was easier than Botany.
A major chunk of questions in Physics were from Mechanics and Electrostatics. For its part, Chemistry had more questions on reactions. Meanwhile, Biology contained a good spread of all the topics from Zoology and Botany.
Most candidates expressed satisfaction with NEET 2018 question papers.
Some 11.38 lakh students registered for NEET 2018, out of which 6.11 lakhs qualified the exam. Given below is the feedback of candidates who appeared in the exam.Shristi, which is the case with most aspirants, found Physics to be most difficult and Biology the easiest. Chemistry which was in-between, had many reaction-based questions.Lakshya who was appearing in NEET for second time said “Questions were asked from NCERT and I am very happy with my paper”. He also added that compared to previous year the difficulty level was moderate.
Candidates can check below the NEET 2018 post-exam student reactions -
NEET result 2019 UG will be the basis for admission to MBBS, BDS, AYUSH and veterinary courses across India. To qualify in the exam, all candidates are required to score a minimum percentile of marks in NEET 2019 as per the category they belong. The minimum NEET 2019 percentile for general category candidates is 50 percentile; so any any candidate who scores below this percentile will not be eligible for participating in the counselling and seat allotment process. Please note as NEET 2019 cutoff is given in percentile, the actual minimum marks will vary depending on the performance of the candidate in the exam. For example, if more number of candidates perform well in the exam, there is every chance the minimum cutoff mark will increase (though the percentile remains the same, say 50% in case of general candidates).
The NEET 2019 cutoff marks will be released by NTA at the time of declaration of results.
Minimum Qualifying Percentile
No. of Candidates Qualified
Unreserved Physically Handicapped (UR-PH)
Scheduled Caste (SC)
Scheduled Tribe (ST)
Other Backward Classes (OBC)
By consulting previous years’ NEET closing rank and qualifying trends, you can know your chances admission in a medical college of your choice.
AIQ Seats (General Category)
NEET Closing Rank
Andaman & Nicobar
Daman & Diu
Jammu & Kashmir
State Quota Seats (General Category)
1,115 (State Rank)
Name of College
AIQ Seats (UR)
King George's Medical University, Lucknow
University College of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi
Lady Hardinge Medical College for Women, New Delhi
Vardhman Mahavir Medical College and Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi
Grant Medical College and Sir JJ Group of Hospitals, Mumbai
Madras Medical College, Chennai
Sardar Patel Medical College, Bikaner
Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College, Sion, Mumbai
Topiwala National Medical College and B Y L. Nair Charitable Hospital, Mumbai
Candidates who are appearing in NEET 2019 exam, to be conducted in pen-and-paper mode on May 5 should go through the NEET 2019 exam pattern. It will help the candidate get insights into the exam - like the types of questions asked, marking scheme, language in which exam is conducted and much more. Refer the table below to check the exam pattern of NEET 2019 below.
Mode of Exam
3 hours (180 minutes)
English, Hindi, Urdu, Assamese, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Bengali, Gujarati, Oriya
Physics (45 questions)
Chemistry (45 questions)
Biology (90 questions)
Type of Questions
Multiple Choice Questions(MCQs)
Correct Response: (+4)
Incorrect Response: (-1)
No Response: 0
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cut off marks differs from year to year. and it goes different for different category person. and in 2019 cutoff marks increases from previous years as qualifying score also increases. please follow the below link to know the cutoff marks for different category of delhi medical colleges.
Hello Shreya .
As we all know that earlier AIIMS was a little difficult exam for all the aspirants. Now this year as all Neet AIIMS JIPMER are combined together so the chances are that the exam will be a little bit difficult but it will be not as much as AIIMS earlier.
Hope you get it.
Hello dear aspirant.
First of all selection has two meanings in this case one is to qualify Neet and other is to get a government college in a course.
Now as from this year onwards Neet JIPMER and AIIMS are combined and hence there will be rise in cutoff it will be around 115-125 for pH to qualify Neet. Next thing is to get a good college you have to be at around 550+ for MBBS and slightly lower for BDS bhms bums BAMS etc in government colleges.
Hope it will help you.
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