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NEET Analysis 2018 – CBSE successfully conducted NEET 2018 exam on 6 May 2018 across 136 Indian cities. Within few hours, aspirants can expect the complete NEET 2018 Analysis from various experts and coaching institutes. Around 90,000 MBBS and BDS seats of various medical colleges will be available for admission. This year, more than 13 lakh candidates appeared for CBSE NEET 2018. Most students agreed that overall difficulty level of the paper was moderate, however, Physics was a tough nut to crack. Few aspirants Tweeted that Biology was the easiest and there was no confusion throughout the entire duration. The question booklet contained 180 Multiple Choice Questions and was held in 11 languages. Go through this article for more details on NEET analysis 2018.

NEET Analysis 2018 – Student’s Reaction

Check the points below to know more about CBSE NEET 2018 analysis –

  • Most students agreed that the difficulty level of NEET 2018 was from moderate to difficult
  • Maximum questions were based on CBSE syllabus
  • For few students, the NEET question paper was easy
  • Compared to Biology and Chemistry, Physics was the toughest and lengthy
  • Some candidates said that the few questions of the previous year appeared this year
  • Botany questions were conceptual and students needed to understand the questions first

NEET Analysis 2018

NEET Exam Pattern 2018

The NEET 2018 question paper consisted of 180 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) based on Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany and Zoology). The test was held in 11 different languages – English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Oriya, Tamil, Telegu and Urdu. For every correct answer, 4 marks will be added while 1 mark will be deducted for wrong answers. To know more about the NEET exam pattern 2018, check the table below –

Subject

 No. of questions

Marks

Physics

45

180

Chemistry

45

180

Zoology

45

180

Biology

45

180

Total

180

720

 

NEET Analysis 2018 (Overall)

As mentioned above, the overall difficulty level of NEET 2018 ranged from easy to moderate. To know more about NEET exam analysis 2018 and the difficulty level of the test as compared to previous year, check the table below –

NEET difficulty level

 

Subject

2018

2017

2016 (Part II)

2016 (Part I)

Physics

Moderate – Tough

Moderate

Easy

Moderate

Zoology

Moderate

Moderate – Difficult

Easy

Moderate

Chemistry

Moderate

Moderate

Moderate

Moderate

Botany

Easy - Moderate

Moderate

Easy – Moderate

Easy

 

NEET Analysis 2018 (Subject-wise)

The question booklet contained 180 MCQs and each subject contained 45 questions. To know more about NEET exam analysis 2018, read more below

NEET Analysis 2018 – Physics

The Physics section was the toughest and consumed much of the candidate’s time. Few of the questions required a good command over calculations.

Topics

No. of Questions 

Total marks

Weightage

Electrodynamics

10

40

22.22%

Heat&Thermodynamics

5

20

 11.11%

Mechanics

13

52

 28.89%

ModernPhysics

8

32

17.78% 

Optics

5

20

 11.11%

SHM&Waves

4

16

 8.89%

Grand Total

45

180

 100.00%

 

NEET Exam Analysis –Chemistry

Most of the questions were from Class 11th and 12th NCERT syllabus. Questions were tricky, and the difficulty level was moderate.

Topics

 No. of Questions

Total marks

Weightage

Inorganic Chemistry-I

8

32

17.78%
 

Inorganic Chemistry-II

8

32

17.78% 

Organic Chemistry-I

3

12

6.67% 

Organic Chemistry-II

13

52

 28.89%

Physical Chemistry-I

7

28

15.56% 

Physical Chemistry-II

6

24

13.33% 

Grand Total

45

180

100.00% 

 

NEET Paper Analysis –Botany

This section was the easiest among the other sections and candidates who have recently appeared for their boards can easily answer the questions.

Topics

No. of Questions 

Total marks

Weightage

Biological Classification

3

12

6.00%
 

Cell Biology

4

16

 8.00%

Ecology

6

24

12.00% 

Genetics

5

20

 10.00%

Living World

1

4

2.00% 

Molecular Basis of Inheritance

6

24

 12.00%

Morphology

1

4

2.00% 

Morphology of flowering plants

1

4

2.00% 

Plant Anatomy

3

12

6.00% 

Plant Kingdom

6

24

12.00% 

Plant Morphology

2

8

 4.00%

Reproduction in Flowering Plant

5

20

10.00% 

 

NEET Analysis - Zoology

 The Biology section was the easiest. However, some candidates found this section bit lengthy and conceptual questions.

Topics

 No. of Questions

Total marks

Weightage

Animal Kingdom

3

12

 7.50%

Animal Morphology

1

4

 2.50%

Animal Physiology

1

4

 2.50%

Biomolecules

4

16

 10.00%

Biotechnology

3

12

 7.50%

Evolution

1

4

 2.50%

Human Health and Disease

3

12

 7.50%

Human Physiology

16

64

 40.00%

Human Reproduction

1

4

 2.50%

Microbes in Human Welfare

3

12

 7.50%

Reproductive Health

2

8

 5.00%

Strategies for Enhancement of Food Production

2

8

 5.00%

 

NEET Cut off 2018

The cutoff marks of NEET 2018 are the minimum marks that candidates must obtain to qualify the test. However, candidates must note that obtaining the minimum NEET cutoff marks won’t secure a seat in the MBBS or BDS programme of the participating institutes. Check the table below to know more about the NEET 2018 cut off scores.

Category

NEET Cutoff (Qualifying)

UR

50 percentile

OBC

45 percentile

SC

40 percentile

ST

40 percentile

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