The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted the exam of NEET UG 2018 on Sunday, May 6, 2018.
According to Director ALLEN Career Institute, Sh. Brajesh Maheshwari said the level of the NEET UG 2018 paper was average; Physics took time while Biology and Chemistry were of medium level.
NEET Paper was presented in 20 Codes, Biology will decide the rank
The NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY CUM ENTRANCE TEST (UG) was concluded on Sunday, 6 May. The overall level of paper can be considered as average. Paper was prepared keeping in mind the level of NEET exam. Brajesh Maheshwari, director of the ALLEN Career Institute, told that if compared to last year’s NEET exam, the overall paper was easy. This time, the paper came in 20 codes, while last year it came in 12 codes. Apart from this, biology will decide the rank, because there were some questions in the Botany paper that were of a difficult level and will determine the intelligence level of the student. The paper of chemistry was easy. The paper of physics can also be considered simple, but due to the numerical calculations, it became lengthy. Paper was based on NCERT. In Physics, out of total 45 questions, 7 can be determined as difficult. The same level of difficulty was seen in Chemistry. Dir. Brajesh Maheshwari said that in the Biology ‘P’ code Question paper, question number 102 was started incorrectly. It looks incomplete. In the same code, in question number 113, according to the NCERT, the word ‘Appraisal’ should have come in the question while approved was written in the paper. In Chemistry, ‘P’ code, Question Number 62, all four options are correct. There is a possibility of getting bonus points. Similarly, in the same code, in question number 88, two of the options are correct. In physics, there was no question from outside, but due to a higher number of numerical, it was a more time-consuming paper. This year, a total of 13 lakh 26 thousand 725 students were registered for NEET exam in the country and 2 thousand 225 examination centers were set up in 136 cities. In Kota itself, a total of 11 thousand 100 students were registered in 20 examination centers. Out of which 126 students absent and 10 thousand 974 are present.
According to ALLEN 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. 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 remaining 6 questions was difficult. 47 questions were asked from class 11th syllabus and 43 questions were asked from 12th Class Syllabus. The maximum number of 16 questions was asked from Genetics and Biotechnology.
According to ALLEN 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 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. Paper was NCERT based. There was not a single question from outside in the paper, this time.
The paper of physics was easy, but due to more number of 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 Syllabus of 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. The maximum of 31 percent was covered by Mechanics Topic.