Did you appear in the NEET Exam?
If yes, then knowing NEET 2019 Exam Analysis and question paper review would be helpful for you.
The paper analysis will give you a brief idea of the NEET 2019 difficulty level, self-assessment, and review of NEET pattern.
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2019 was held on 5th May 2019. The Exam has been postponed in Odisha due to Cyclone Fani. 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 2019 paper.
Get the complete NEET Paper Analysis in the article below.
As per the NEET 2019 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 2019 Difficulty Level was from easy to moderate for the overall paper.
Most of the questions were asked in the NEET 2019 Paper were from the NCERT Books. According, to the NEET 2019 Paper Analysis, the Physics section was considered as most difficult followed by Chemistry and Biology.
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2019 was conducted in 10 different languages i.e. English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Bengali, Assamese, Gujarati, Urdu and Kannada. Download the NEET Question Paper for all codes.
The Exam was held for the duration of 3 hours in the offline mode. Almost 1.3 million candidates appeared for the exam.
In terms of difficulty level, NEET 2019 Paper was slightly easier than the last year’s paper.
According to Eduncle’s experts, the paper was moderate to easy level. Most of the question were less time consuming as they were asked direct and were based on theory.
There were many direct questions from the NCERT Book in Biology but biology section was lengthy so it consumed much time. Chemistry section helped students to save their time as direct theory based questions were asked. Few numerical questions were difficult in the Physics section still most of the physics part was based on theory and direct applications.
Have a look at the subject-wise NEET 2019 Exam Analysis for all the sections here.
Unlike the previous year, this year Physics section was easy to a moderate level and most questions were direct, with some tricky questions based on calculation.
This section had 21 easy questions, 21 moderate and 3 difficult questions.
The numerical based questions were tough as compared to last year's question paper.
According to our expert’s most questions were conceptual and application based.
Rest of the questions were tricky and based on calculations.
The section was found easier in comparison with the previous year with an increase of theory based questions.
Chemistry section was the moderate section amongst the three. Section had a balanced representation of Class 11th and 12th concepts. The questions were of a bit higher difficulty level as compared to last year.
There were 25 questions asked from class 11th syllabus and 20 questions from the 12th class syllabus.
This section had 27 easy questions, 13 moderate and 5 difficult question. Most of the question were based on factual and easy conceptual questions.
Most candidates found the paper easy as most questions were direct and calculations were also not complex.
Speaking about the Biology, this section was the easiest and the lengthiest amongst the three. This section was easier compared to the previous year.
There were 45 questions asked from the Class 11th and 45 questions from the syllabus of class 12th.
The section had 56 easy questions, 28 moderate and 6 difficult questions.
According to Eduncle’s expert, the section has been really time-consuming for students.
There was a match following questions which were found difficult and confusing by aspirants.
However, 7-8 questions were directly taken from NCERT and previous year question papers.
Overall section was Easy.
Most candidates found the paper easier than the previous year and expected marks are in the range of 510-520. The result is expected to be declared on 5th June 2019.
Here, we have discussed the complete NEET Exam analysis based on the expert’s review and feedback received from the students. We hope that NEET analysis will help you in starting preparation and make a strategy for the NEET Exam Preparation.
The aspirant can get an idea about the paper difficulty level and questions asked in the paper through the NEET Exam Analysis discussed in the above article.
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