National Testing Agency has concluded the NEET exam. NEET 2020 exam was held at 3842 centres in 155 cities. A total of 15.97 lakh students have reportedly appeared for the NEET 2020 exam held from 2 to 5. We will now bring you the NEET updates from the exam centres to find out how was the NEET question paper was, which subjects were the toughest, what was the difficulty level of the NEET 2020 question paper, and the NTA arrangements for the NEET exam.
NEET 2020 question Paper codes are out. They are E, F, G, and H. Now that students are coming out, the NEET exam analysis should be in a short while. Student reactions range from difficult to moderate. Not many students found the NEET question paper easy. Biology was easy, chemistry was relatively easy too but Physics in the NEET exam was found to be tough by many.
Students felt that the questions were tricky and analytical in nature. The general feeling is that the cutoff may go higher than last year. It may be remembered that while NEET-UG cutoff for MBBS was as given, the BDS cutoff was lowered by NTA at a later stage.
The official answer key of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, NEET will be released a few days after the exam. Rajeev classes release the answer key within an hour.
NEET 2020 Detailed Subject wise analysis
|Difficulty Level||Electricity||Heat & Thermodynamics||Magnetism||Mechanics||Modern Physics||Optics||Waves||Total|
The Physics section was easy in comparison to previous years’ papers. About 30-40% of the questions were directly based on the NCERT textbook. Graphs, data as well as some statements were directly picked from the NCERT textbook. Calculations were comparatively easy. All the questions were from the prescribed NEET syllabus with absolutely no controversial questions. Mechanics dominated with 12 questions followed by Electricity with 9 questions and Modern Physics with 8 questions. Overall, we can say, Physics was easy.
|Difficulty Level||Organic Chemistry||Organic Chemistry||Inorganic Chemistry||Inorganic Chemistry||Physical Chemistry||Physical Chemistry||Total|
The Chemistry section was of easy to moderate difficulty level. Organic Chemistry slightly dominated the subject with 18 questions. 15 questions were asked from Physical Chemistry and 12 questions were from Inorganic Chemistry. All the questions were from the prescribed NEET syllabus and completely based on the NCERT textbooks. In fact, statements were directly picked from the NCERT textbook. Questions were straightforward and easy to comprehend. There was one controversial question with more than one correct answer. Overall, the Chemistry section was not lengthy and students should have completed this part in 40-45 minutes. With minimalistic calculations, an average student should have been able to attempt approximately 40 questions with ease, while others would have been able to attempt a minimum of 44 questions.
|Difficulty Level||Biology in Human Welfare||Cell & Cell Cycle||Diversity of Life||Ecology||Genetics||Plant Physiology||Reproduction & Sexual Reproduction||Structural Organisation of Plants|
The Botany part was of high difficulty level in comparison to previous years. While 25 questions were tested from class XI syllabus, 18 questions were from class XII syllabus. There were two controversial questions with more than one correct answer. Although the majority of questions were within the prescribed syllabus and based on the NCERT textbook, two questions were beyond the NCERT. The questions were conceptual in nature and required great conceptual and application-based understanding. There were also a few fact-based questions. Plant Physiology dominated with 9 questions followed by Ecology and Genetics with 7 questions each. Overall, the Botany part was not lengthy and should have been completed in the stipulated time period.
|Difficulty Level||Animal Kingdom||Animal Husbandry & Biotechnology||Evolution: Theories & Evidences||Human Health & Disease||Human Physiology||Human Reproduction & Reproductive Health||Biomolecules||Structural Oganisation in Animals||Total|
The Zoology section was of moderate difficulty level with a few exceptions. Some questions were tricky and lost in the terminology. A couple of terms were also beyond the NCERT domain. The questions were multi-conceptual in nature and required incisive thinking and precision on the part of students. While two questions tested linguistic prowess, others required comprehension, application, and synthesis to interpret the questions. Human Physiology dominated with 12 questions followed by Animal Husbandry & Biotechnology with 10 questions and Biomolecules with 6 questions. Overall, the questions were quite thought-provoking and required alertness of mind and critical approach.
Highlights of NEET Exam 2020
The overall level of the exam was easy, with Physics being the easiest. whereas Biology being of moderate level more on the easier side.
Biology Section questions were easy and scoring and Chemistry were very well balanced. Considering the situations, the NEET exam was conducted in a systematic manner and all the safeguards were respected.
Overall the paper was easier than the previous year papers.
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