The exam analysis of NEET question paper 2020 will help the candidates get an idea of the difficulty level of the examination. According to the feedback received from various students, NEET 2020 question paper was of moderate difficulty level. The section-wise NEET analysis is given below:
NEET Question Paper 2020 Physics Section
The Physics section of NEET 2020 was the most difficult section. It comprised 45 questions and was dominated by questions from Electricity, Modern Physics and Mechanics together comprised 65 percent of the Physics section.
This section of the NEET question paper 2020 was dominated by NCERT based questions. The 45 questions that comprised this section had more theoretical questions, also, 31 percent of the total number of questions asked were easy and candidates could score well in this section.
The Biology section was the easiest section in the question paper of NEET 2020. This section comprised of 90 questions, which can be segregated into questions from Botany and Zoology.
The Zoology section of NEET 2020 was easy to moderate. Nearly 30 percent of the questions can be considered difficult. This section was mainly dominated by questions from Animal Husbandry, Biotechnology, Human Reproduction, and Biomolecules.
The Botany section of NEET 2020 was moderate to difficult. Nearly 30 percent of the questions can be considered easy. This section was mainly dominated by questions from genetics, cell and cell cycle, diversity of life, and structural organization of plants.
According to experts, the NEET 2019 question paper was easy. Students who wrote the examination found the Biology section time-consuming. Physics and Chemistry were not lengthy but were of a moderate difficulty level. NEET 2019 paper had 24 codes, whereas the one in 2018 had 20. This explains the security measures put into action by the NTA for a fair examination.
This section of the question paper comprised of 45 questions. The overall review said that this section was easy.
This section was easier as compared to last year’s question paper. The Chemistry section comprised 45 questions, more than 50% of which were easy. The remaining 18 questions were moderate to difficult.
Topics from Class XI
Topics from Class XII
The Biology section of the NEET 2019 question paper was time-consuming, however, the majority of the questions were of a moderate difficulty level. The questions were from within the NCERT syllabus.
Difficult questions were asked from the following topics
NEET (UG) 2018 Exam Analysis:
Portion Distribution of Class XI and Class XII SYLLABUS
NEET Paper Detailed Analysis 2018
According to the Experts, the level of biology paper in NEET-UG 2018 was estimated as medium. Botany covered most of the biology question paper as 59 questions were put up from Botany itself. The Paper had 31 questions from Zoology, 57 questions from the NCERT, and 33 questions from outside. The level of 45 questions in the paper was quite easy, while 39 questions were of average level and the level of the remaining 6 questions was difficult. 47 questions were asked from class 11th syllabus and 43 questions were asked from the 12th Class Syllabus. A maximum number of 16 questions was asked from Genetics and Biotechnology.
According to the Experts, a total of 45 questions were asked in the chemistry. In which there were 15-15 questions from three major parts: organic, inorganic, and physical. 24 questions came from the Class 11th syllabus and 21 questions were asked from the 12th syllabus. Total 16 questions were quite easy. The level of 22 questions was medium while the level of 7 questions was very difficult. Most questions were asked from the Physical topic of the 12th class syllabus. The Paper was NCERT based. There was not a single question from outside in the paper, this time.
The Physics paper was easy, but due to more number numerical calculations, the paper was lengthy. For this reason, the students took a lot of time in solving the paper. A total of 45 questions were asked. From the Class 11th syllabus, 23 questions were asked while 22 were asked from the Syllabus of the 12th Class. 19 questions were of the easy level and 19 were of the medium level while 7 questions were tough. This paper mainly covered Mechanics, Thermal Physics, SHM & Waves, Electro Dynamics, Optics, Modern and Electronics Topics. A maximum of 31 percent was covered by Mechanics Topic.