NEET 2020 Paper Analysis. The National Testing Agency (NTA) after being postponed twice due to the corona virus pandemic, the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) was held on 13 September 2020. NEET 2020 question paper was divided into three sections — Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany and Zoology) with 45 questions. In total there were 180 multiple choice questions holding the marks of 720. Around 85-90 per cent of the 15.9 lakh students have appeared for the NEET examination.
Students Analysis About NEET 2020:
According to the students, NEET 2020 question paper was easier as compared to the last year and most of them think that the cutoff of NEET 2020 will be high for the 2020 academic year. The majority of the students found the difficulty of the NEET 2020 exam moderate. If we talk about the overall exam analysis of NEET 2020 most of the aspirants found the questions quite easy, even the Physics which was actually difficult in past years was the easiest of all. The Chemistry and Biology portions had only two to three tricky questions.
NEET 2020 Subject Wise Analysis:
- Easy in comparison to previous years.
- About 30-40% questions directly based on the NCERT textbook.
- Easy calculations.
- Questions asked from the prescribed syllabus only.
- No disputed questions.
- Easy to Moderate
- Physical Chemistry – 15 Questions
- Organic Chemistry – 18 Questions
- Inorganic Chemistry – 12 Questions
- All questions based on the NCERT textbook. Statements directly taken from the NCERT textbooks.
- One Disputed question with more than one correct answer.
- Students should have completed the Chemistry part within 45 minutes. Enough time for revision.
- An average student should have been able to attempt approximately 40 questions with ease. While others could have attempted 44 questions
- Difficulty level was high in comparison to previous years
- Class 11 – 25 questions
- Class 12 – 19 questions
- 1-2 Disputed questions with more than one correct answer
- Two questions were beyond the NCERT textbooks.
- Majority of questions were conceptual in nature with a few fact-based questions as well
- Not at all lengthy.
- Moderate with a few exceptions.
- Multi-conceptual questions requiring incisive thinking and precision. Some questions were tricky & lost in terminology.
- A couple of terms beyond the NCERT domain.
- Two questions required linguistic prowess.
- Overall, the questions were quite thought provoking requiring alertness of mind and critical approach.
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