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.
A total of 24 students have scored 100 percentile score. Of these only one student is a female – Chukka Tanuja from Telangana while rest 23 are male students. A total of five transgender students also appeared for the exam but none got 100 percentile
Biology is considered a high scoring subject by the medical aspirants. According to NEET 2019 analysis, the Biology section was of moderate difficulty level with most of the questions based on the NCERT syllabus. To ace this section, along with a strong conceptual understanding, the intense practice of diagram based questions is a must.
If you are wondering that only freshers make it to IITs, you don’t have the right idea. In 2013, more than 30% of the students who were selected into the IIT-JEE gave the exam for the second time and this figure was 60% in 2012. On average, every year 30-45% of people selected in the JEE are appearing for the second time. These numbers clearly show that your chances of getting into IIT are as good, if not better, in a second attempt as they are in a first attempt.