NEET 2020: Solve previous years’ question papers to crack the exam
NEET 2020: Solve previous years’ question papers to crack the exam - “For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.” a beautiful quote by Aristotle. Preparing for NEET 2020 and cracking it is a tedious task for medical aspirants. Candidates studying the concept of NEET from the NCERT and by preparing previous years’ question papers can put a step forward in cracking the medical entrance test with better score. The National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct the NEET 2020 on July 26, which means medical aspirants are now in revision mode and solving previous years NEET questions will definitely boost their preparation. Solving previous years medical question papers is one of the key elements for securing good marks in NEET 2020 entrance exam.
With having more than 90 chapters in total, the syllabus of NEET is really vast. Without solving previous year question papers for NEET, Candidates cannot judge the type, pattern and number of questions asked from different topics in the exam. It is impossible for NEET 2020 aspirants to prioritize revision of various topics without having a proper previous year paper analysis. Candidates seeking to crack the medical entrance test can go through the article on how practicing previous years question papers can help aspirants to crack NEET 2020 along with the previous years questions PDF and their practicing method.
Medium of NEET 2020 question paper
The question papers will be available for candidates in two national and nine regional languages for NEET. Candidates will be required to choose their language of question paper while filling the NEET application form 2020. As per the convenience of aspirants, candidates can choose to solve the previous year question in any of the languages for NEET 2020 examination from the below mentioned table.
NEET question paper languages
Previous year NEET question with PDF solution
To have a reference about the previous year question paper, which is beneficial for NEET 2020.
Candidates can download the NEET previous years question papers with the PDF solution from the table available below.
NEET 2019 question papers PDF download
Question paper code
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Question papers for exam re-conducted
Candidates can go through the previous 11 years NEET question papers with solutions from the link provided!
Why is solving previous years questions important for NEET 2020?
As per the NEET 2020 recent reports, 16.84 lakhs aspirants have been registered for admission to around 1,63,150 medical seats. Seeing the ratio of availability of seats for admission through NEET and number of applicants, one can easily understand the level of competition of this entrance exam. For granting a seat in better medical colleges the level of preparation pressure for NEET 2020 is always on high. Candidates should not panic in this situation as due to lockdown they are having enough time to prepare for NEET 2020 exam. Candidates can utilise this extra time for preparation by solving NEET previous years question papers. By solving the previous years question papers, aspirants will be easily familiar with the NEET exam pattern 2020, level and format of the questions and about the section which aspirants need to work on.
Advantages of solving previous years question for NEET 2020 preparations
Most of the aspirants who are preparing for NEET 2020 for its earlier schedule have completed their syllabus earlier only. Candidates after completing the NEET 2020 syllabus can go through the previous years question which will be very crucial for their preparation for the medical entrance exam. Solving NEET previous year question is the key element of revision for the aspirants. Candidates can go through the below mentioned points to know the benefits of solving previous years questions for preparation of NEET 2020.
Everytime after the completion of NEET previous year paper, candidates can analyse their preparation level and understand the weakness to focus on.
These question papers will help aspirants to understand the NEET 2020 exam pattern, types of questions, marking scheme, time management for every section and other relevant details.
While practising, candidates can mark and take NEET 2020 important topics into consideration during the revision.
With the rigorous or regular practise through NEET question papers with solutions, it becomes easier to solve a problem. These question papers with solutions also help them to know whether their answer is correct or not.
Solving previous year papers will familiarize candidates with the exam environment of NEET 2020, thus, will reduce their stress level and boost their confidence.
Methods to solve previous year question to improve NEET 2020 rank and score
Solving previous year questions is very beneficial for NEET aspirants while their revision. There is more probability that concepts of some question might repeat that's why aspirants can get the benefits out of solving previous years questions for NEET 2020. Candidates should follow the below mentioned while the NEET 2020 revision for solving previous year questions to improve the rank and score of the medical entrance exam.
Try to solve the NEET question papers on a daily basis
Read the question paper clearly and try to solve according to that
Fix up the time duration to solve the problem
Follow a chain to solve the problem of question papers, like the question known is to be solved first, which boosts the concentration level of aspirants for NEET 2020.
Analyse the performance of solving the problem
Learn the time management for NEET 2020 exam.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - NEET 2020: Solve previous years’ question papers to crack the exam
Question: Why solve NEET previous years’ question papers?
By solving the previous years question papers, aspirants will be easily familiar with the NEET exam pattern 2020, level and format of the questions.
Question: How does solving previous year papers improve the rank and score of NEET 2020?
There is more probability that concepts of some question might repeat, that's why aspirants can get the benefits out of solving previous years questions for NEET 2020.
Question: From where I can get a PDF of the solution for the NEET previous year question paper?
By Clicking on the link of NEET previous year question with solution, candidates can access the solution PDF along with the question paper.
Question: Why previous years questions are very beneficial for NEET 2020.
Candidates while solving the problem of the previous year question during the NEET 2020 revision learn to manage the time for the exam.
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Questions related to NEET
will neet 2021 date shift.....
At this point in time, we have NEET 2020 schedule. The MHRD has come up with a new schedule for JEE Mains, JEE Advanced and NEET 2020. JEE Main examination will be held between 1st-6th Sept, JEE advanced exam will be held on 27th Sept & NEET examination will be held on 13th Sept. NEET is usually held on the first Sunday of May, every year. But this year due to Corona Pandemic, the schedule has been delayed. And we are not sure when would NEET 2021 might happen because it is still a year away to go. But if you are appearing for NEET, we can help you with your preparation whenever it happens. The MHRD did announce that NEET 2021 will be conducted with reduced and revised syllabus. But the syllabus has not been announced yet. So if you are planning on appearing for NEET 2021, you should stick to NCERT books. And MHRD also did mention that the overall Academic syllabus also will be reduced which means that if you stick to NCERT, you will be able to score good in NEET.So do not wait until the NEET 2021 schedule is released. Start preparing from right away from your NCERT books.
how many marks are required for sc category student to get AIIMS jodhpur in neet 2020?
If you are seeking admission in AIIMS Jodhpur than you should know the fact that this is the first time when AIIMS is going conduct admission on all its 1500 seats through NEET so it is little bit difficult to give you an exact idea of cut-off.
However we can help you according to previous year's data, if you belongs to SC than you should aim the target of 620-630 at least out of 720 marks.
Note that cut-offs are bound to change every year depending upon various factors like number if students appeared for exam, difficulty level of exam and so on.
For more information, refer to the link given below :-
I hope this information cleared your doubts.
if i edit my name in neet application should i edit my uplosded image accordingly eith correct spelling
Yes you can now edit your details and upload new photo in your form.
The correction window facility for neet is open from July 4 to 15 till 5pm.
You can find link and more information for correction through this link.
Also you can directly click this link to go to correction window
Hope this helps you
NTA is saying that they will most probably conduct NEET examination twice only in 2021 so it means NEET 2021 aspirant can attempt NEET again if they are not selected in 1st attempt and can apply for government medical College if they are selected in 2nd attempt?
We do not know the source of your information because there is no official update that NTA mentioned that NEET will be conducted twice in 2021. While this has been doing the rounds for couple of years now, it never really happened and so we cannot validate anything about NEET 2021 being conducted twice. For now NEET 2020 has been scheduled for September and NTA's priority will be to complete NEET 2020 maintaining the social distancing and sanitisation rules. We do not have any official information regarding NEET 2021 being conducted twice and so at this point in time. this is all speculative. But if you did come across any source of information that NEET 2021 will be held twice, if you can share it with us, we shall verify the source and check its authenticity for you.
Hello sir/mam; my question is - is minimum 50% in pcb for neet means one have to get more than 50% or only 50% will also be applicable ?? I got 50 in physics; 52 in chemistry; 82 in biology; Am i eligible for neet ??
Hi aspirant !
Yes you are eligible for neet as it is 50% marks required and you have them so yes you are eligible.
Hope that helps