NEET-UG 2017 Paper Analysis: In this article, we are providing in-depth paper analysis, cut-off, category-wise cut-off state wise MBBS/ BDS colleges, and bonus marks with the correct solution provided by ALLEN KOTA, Aakash Delhi, Jaipur and Motion Coaching centers. In the latest press release, CBSE has thanks to all candidate, parents for very successful NEET-UG 2017 exam. The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-2017) exam was conducted by CBSE on 7 May 2017 (10:00 AM to 1:00 PM) at the various exam center. Some culprits have been arrested by Police for false NEET question paper, leaked or trying to make deals with students, coaching centers.
The NEET 2017 question paper was comprised of Biology (Zoology and Botany), Physics and Chemistry subjects. There were total 180 question and carrying 4 marks each question for the correct answer.
There are 3-4 parameter which tells us about the paper analysis, we are going to compare these parameters by AIPMT 2015/ AIPMT 2016 and NEET 2016 Phase-II exam. You are free to comment below, if your want to add something or find anything wrong in paper analysis.
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Is NEET 2017 Paper was Tough/ Medium/ Very Easy?
Motion Coaching Center: The paper can be considered slightly more difficult compared to the NEET 2016. The Chemistry and Physics were moderately lengthy but easier while in Biology, Botany was the bulk of the paper and equally distributed between class 11th and 12th. Compared to Zoology, Botany was relatively easy.
ALLEN Kota: According to the ALLEN, the Physics paper was medium because out of 45 question, 27 question were medium tough, 12 question were easy and 6 question were very difficult.
Physics Paper Analysis
|Topics||Mechanics||Thermal||SHM & Waves||Electrodynamics||Optics||Modern & Electronics||Total|
Question distribution topic wise in NEET 2017, physics paper is given below
- Thermal Physics SHM & Waves
- Modern & Electronics
Class wise distribution of question (Physics) in NEET 2017 Exam.
According to the experts, total 22 question has been asked from the Class XI (Physics) syllabus. Remaining 23 questions were from the Class XII Board (CBSE NCERT) curriculum.
Easy/ Medium or Difficult question percentage in NEET 2017.
According to the ALLEN Kota, 60% of the total question were medium. 27% was easy and remaining 13% were tough to solve. Contains lots of numerical and formula.
Chemistry Paper Analysis
According to Allen Kota Institute, Chemistry paper of NEET-UG 2017 was easy containing total 21 easy questions, 18 medium questions and remaining 6 question were very
Class wise distribution of question (Chemistry) in NEET 2017 Exam
In the chemistry, more questions are asked from the Class XII syllabus. Total 23 questions from 12th Class (Organic + Inorganic Chemistry).
Easy/ Medium or Difficult question percentage in NEET 2017
In Chemistry question paper of NEET-UG 2017, 47% question were medium tough, 40% were easy and 13 % question were very difficult to solve.
Biology Paper Analysis
According to the Allen Kota, the NEET 2017 biology paper was easy with more than 33 question (easy), 16 question were medium tough. Question asked from Plant Diversity, Plant Anatomy, Plant Morphology, Cell Biology & Cell Division, Bio-molecule, Plant Physiology, Plant Reproduction, Genetics + Bio-Technology, Biology in human welfare, Ecology
|Topics||Animal||Animal||Human||Human Reproduction & Reproductive Health||Evolution||Animal||Human Health & Diseases||Total|
Total candidate appeared in NEET 2017/ 2016/ 2015 and 2014 years.
According to the data, In AIPMT 2014, total 5,23,700 candidate has appeared for Medical and Dental entrance exam. Total seats were 3205.
IN 2015: AIPMT 2015, Total 6,50,000 candidate have appeared. Total medical seats were 3500 for MBBS/ BDS.
In 2016: NEET cum AIPMT 2016, total more than 8 lakh candidate have appeared for the exam and due to the Hon’ble Supreme court admission in MBBS/ BDS colleges in India was made through NEET 2016, So total seats were increased to 63,000.
In NEET 2017, total candidate registered is 11,50,000 approx.
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