NEET 2018 offline exam was held on 6th May 2018. The experienced faculty at Kumar Physics Classes sat down and analysed the paper. We also spoke to students about their opinions and understanding. Here is the complete 2018 NEET Paper Analysis. This year has seen a definite increase in the number of students attempting NEET. Around 13.4 lakh students appeared for this exam in comparison to the 11.4 lakh last year.
This extreme increase is primarily due to the rise in the number of states opting for NEET Scores over state-level Common Admission Tests for admissions in the MBBS. This also pointed to an increase in the number of students clearing class 12 exams and various organisations and scholarships given by the state. In the year 2017, NEET has seen only 7.5 lakh students, out of which the total number of seats in MEDICAL and BDS institutes across the country stands at 60,000.
This NEET exam is considered to be one of the most challenging exams across India. Its score is a qualifying part for obtaining admissions in any government medical institute in the country, apart from AIIMS and JIPMER.
Regarding difficulty level, this year the paper was slightly more natural than the last year. Most of the questions were not time-consuming. They found similarities between the weight of marks in this paper and the 12th Syllabus.
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This was the most robust section out of the three. However, this section was bit lengthy. There were 24 Physics questions asked from the 12th standard syllabus and 21 physics items from the 11th standard syllabus. This section had two challenging questions, nine moderate questions and 34 easy questions. In addition to this, there were many lengthy calculation based questions.
This is the breakup of marks between different topics of the Physics section:
Topic Marks Allotted
Mechanics Physics 60
Electrodynamics Physics 60
Thermodynamics and Kinetic Theory Physics 24
Optics and wave optics Physics 20
Modern Physics and Nuclear Physics 16
According to media reports, students considered the Physics paper to be more robust than Biology. Some said that the numerical questions in Physics consumed a lot of time.
Physics was the most robust section amongst the three.
However, this section was lengthy. There were 24 questions asked IN NEET PHYSICS in which from the class 12 syllabus and 21 items from the class 11.
This section had two challenging questions, nine moderate questions and 34 easy questions. There were many calculation-based questions.
Kumar physics classes maintained their standard, and the average score in physics for all the students who were taught by Mr Kumar is 128/180.
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