NEET UG 2019 Paper Analysis
On Sunday, May 5,2019 National Testing Agency (NTA) conducted the NEET UG 2019.The level of the NEET UG 2019 paper was much easier; the Biology portion was a bit time taking whereas Physics and Chemistry level was average.There were about 24 codes presented in NEET Paper whereas last year it was in 20 codes.NEET is the biggest test being conducted for admission to MBBS and BDS colleges across the country. NTA has first time organized the NEET exam 2019. About 13 lakh students appeared in NEET examination across the country. Nearly 17,000 students gave the test in 33 centres in Kota. The exam timings were from 2 pm to 5 pm.
Physics paper was quite easy. 36 per cent of the questions means about 16 questions were asked from mechanical topic whereas 12 questions from Electrodynamics, 5 questions from Optics and 5 from Modern and Electronics, 4 from Heat Topic and 3 questions from SHM & Waves were asked. Level of 21 questions was easy and 21 questions were of the medium level while 3 questions were tough. From Class 11th syllabus there were 23 questions and from the 12th Class syllabus, there were 22 questions.
Chemistry portion was much easier as compared to the previous year. 17 questions were of physical chemistry, 16 questions of Inorganic chemistry and 12 questions of organic chemistry. From Class 11th syllabus there were 25 questions and from class 12th syllabus there were 20 questions. From the chapter “Chemical Bonding” 4 questions were asked. 27 questions were of easier level, 13 questions of moderate level and 5 questions were quite tough. Chemistry portion was of 45 questions. 7 questions from Organic, 9 questions from Inorganic, and 9 questions from Physical were asked from class 11th syllabus whereas, 5 questions from Organic, 7 from Inorganic, and 8 questions from Physical were asked from Class 12th syllabus.
The level of biology portion was average. From class 11th syllabus there were 48 questions whereas around 42 questions were from the class 12th syllabus. It is being noticed that the paper was purely NCERT based. Not even a single question came from outside means apart from NCERT. Majority of the paper contained Botany part as 50 questions were put up from Botany itself. 40 questions were from Zoology, which had a majority of 18 questions from Human Physiology. There were 11 questions from Genetics plus biotechnology.
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