NEET 2017 Exam Analysis – Topic Wise Review of Paper Difficulty Level

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Dear Aspirants,

 

Are you going to appear in the NEET 2018 Exam?

 

If yes, then knowing NEET 2017 Exam Analysis and question paper review would be helpful for you.
The paper analysis will give you a brief idea of the NEET 2017 difficulty level, self-assessment, and review of NEET pattern.

 

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2017 was held on 7th May 2017. After going through this article, you will come to know about the no. of questions asked in the exam, and difficulty level of each section through the analysis of NEET 2017 paper.

 

Get the complete NEET Paper Analysis in the article below.

 

 

 

NEET 2017 Exam Analysis- Check the Question Paper Difficulty Level

 

As per the NEET 2017 Paper Analysis, there were 180 objective type questions. A total of 720 marks were allotted for these questions(4 marks for each correct answer). The paper included four sections namely Physics, Chemistry, Botany & Zoology. Each section had 45 questions.

 

Both Physics and Chemistry carried 180 marks each, while Biology (Botany & Zoology) carried 360 marks in the examination. According to the students, the NEET 2017 Difficulty Level was from easy to moderate for the overall paper.

 

Most of the questions were asked in the NEET 2017 Paper were from the NCERT Books. According to the NEET 2017 Paper Analysis, the Physics section was considered as most difficult followed by Chemistry and Biology.

 

 

 

Highlights of NEET 2017 Paper

 

 

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2017 was conducted in 10 different languages i.e. English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Bengali, Assamese, Gujarati, Oriya, and Kannada.

 

A total of 1090085 candidates appeared for the 2017 Exam for getting admission to 65,170 MBBS and 25,730 BDS seats in medical colleges across the country.

 

The Exam was held at 1921 centres in 103 Cities for the duration of 3 hours in the offline mode.

 

Have a look at the chapter-wise NEET 2017 Exam Analysis for all the sections here.

 

 

 

NEET Analysis 2017 for Physics

 

The NEET Physics section was based on calculation and thus it was time-consuming. The level of questions was moderate. Due to the large no. of tricky and lengthy questions, this section was the most difficult section with respect to all other sections.

 

According to NEET 2017 question paper analysis, most of the questions were not straightforward and had two or more concepts interlinked. Overall, the Physics question paper was above average.

 

Mainly questions were taken from the topics Mechanics, Properties of Matter and Radiation, Thermodynamics, Modern Physics, Current Electricity, and Optics.

 

Apart from the topics enlisted here, you must go through the complete NEET syllabus and important topics for all the sections.

 

Check out the topic-wise NEET 2017 difficulty level in the Physics section below:

 

 

Topics No. of Questions Level of Difficulty
Mechanics 16 Average
Modern Physics 7 Easy to moderate
Heat & Thermodynamics 5 Average
Magnetism 6 Easy to moderate
Electricity 4 Easy to moderate
Waves 2 Average
Optics 5 Moderate
Total 45 Moderate

 

 

 

NEET 2017 Exam Analysis for Chemistry

 

 

The NEET Chemistry section had mixed difficulty level for the questions. Most of the questions were asked from the NCERT syllabus.

 

According to NEET 2017 Analysis, the level of difficulty for this section was from easy to moderate. In this section, Questions were asked from Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry from the 11th and 12th standard.

 

Check out the NEET 2017 Review for Chemistry section below:

 

 

Topics No. of Questions Level of Difficulty
Organic Chemistry (Class XI) 8 Easy
Inorganic Chemistry (Class XI) 5 Easy
Physical Chemistry (Class XI) 6 Easy to moderate
Organic Chemistry (Class XII) 9 Average
Inorganic Chemistry (Class XII) 10 Moderate
Physical Chemistry (Class XII) 7 Easy
Total 45 Easy to Moderate

 

 

 

 

NEET 2017 Paper Analysis for Biology

 

 

The NEET Biology Section was divided into two parts i.e. Botany and Zoology.  It was the easier section as per the NEET 2017 Analysis. Equal number of questions were asked from class 11th and 12th syllabus.

 

Major topics asked in the Biology were from Cell Structure and Function, Plant & Human Physiology, Reproduction, Genetics & Evolution, Biology in Human Welfare, Biotechnology and Ecology.

 

Check Out the NEET analysis 2017 for the Biology section in the table below:

 

Topics No. of Questions Level of Difficulty
Genetics + Bio Technology 17 Moderate
Ecology 7 Average
Plant Physiology 10 Easy to Moderate
Plant Reproduction 7 Average
Plant Diversity 6 Easy
Plant Anatomy 3 Easy
Plant Morphology 4 Easy to Moderate
Cell Biology & Cell Division 4 Average
Bio-Molecule 1 Easy
Biology in Human Welfare (DOP) 1 Average
Human Physiology 15 Easy to Moderate
Human Reproduction & Reproductive Health 4 Average
Animal Diversity 3 Easy to Moderate
Human Health & Diseases 3 Average
Animal Tissue 2 Difficult
Evolution 2 Easy to Moderate
Animal Husbandry 1 Easy
Total 90 Easy to Moderate

 

 

Here, we have discussed the complete NEET 2017 Exam analysis based on the expert’s review and feedback received from the students. We hope that NEET analysis 2017 will help you in starting preparation and make a strategy for the NEET 2018 Exam Preparation.

 

The aspirant can get an idea about the paper difficulty level and questions asked in the paper through the NEET 2017 Exam Analysis discussed in the above article.

 

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Wishing You Good Luck!

 

 

 

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