On May 05, 2019, National Testing Agency (NTA) has successfully conducted NEET 2019 across its 154 cities in offline mode. It was conducted in single slot, from 2 PM to 5 PM. This was the first time, NTA has conducted any national level exam in offline mode. The exam was cancelled across the various centres of Odisha. Further, NTA will notify the candidates regarding the revised exam date for such candidates.

As per this year’s exam analysis, candidates found Physics to be the toughest of all, whereas Chemistry was the easiest. Biology was even considered to be an easy section. Majority of candidates found, this year’s paper to be much easier than the previous year’s. Which, in turn,may lead to NEET 2019 cut off percentile to be raised, this year. General consensus was received from candidates on how conceptual and application based questions did the Physics section have.


Candidates found around 45% of questions were asked from Quantum Mechanics, while the rest where asked from the other important topics. If we talk about the difficulty level of the questions in all the 3 sections, then around 45 per cent of the questions were found to be easy, 35 per cent were moderate and another 20 percent were claimed to be difficult.

As per the weightage given to the questions asked from Class 11 & 12 was concerned, it was said to be equal. Biology had questions from Botany and Zoology sections with mostly the questions being asked from sections like Human Psychology, Reproduction, Genetics, Molecular Biology and Ecology. Biology section had around 50 questions from the 12th standard and 30 from 11th standard were to be attempted.

All in all, students were found to be quite happy with the difficulty level of the exam. And were satisfied with their performance in the exam. Candidates who are eager to estimate their performance, can now do so with the help of the answer keys. Several unofficial sources has released their version of NEET 2019 answer keys. But, the official exam conducting body, i.e NTA is yet to release the same.

 

About NEET 2019

National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) is a national level medical entrance exam which is conducted by National Testing Agency this time. The NEET 2019 is of 3 hours which is pen and paper based test. The examination is of total 720 marks. Out of which 180 questions are from Physics, Chemistry, and Biology (Zoology & Botany). Candidates who aspire to pursue MBBS/BDS Courses in Indian Medical/Dental Colleges need to undergo NEET.

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