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NEET result 2018: The exam consisted of one paper with 180 objective type questions from physics, chemistry and biology.Updated: Jun 04, 2018 14:06 IST
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the NEET 2018 results on Monday.
The exam comprised one paper with 180 objective type questions from physics, chemistry and biology. CBSE had on May 25 released the answer key of the NEET 2018. Candidates could challenge the answer key until 5pm on May 27.
According to experts at Toppr.com, NEET 2018 was slightly easier than last years’ papers. Most questions were not time consuming. There were similarities between the weightage of marks in the paper, and the 12th standard syllabus.
Physics was the toughest section amongst the three. However, this section was lengthy. There were 24 questions asked from the 12th standard syllabus and 21 questions from the 11th standard syllabus. This section had 2 difficult questions, 9 moderate questions and 34 easy questions.
There were many calculation-based questions. Chemistry was the moderate section amongst the three. This section was not lengthy. There were 20 questions asked from the 12th standard syllabus and 20 questions from the 11th standard syllabus. This section had 1 difficult question, 20 moderate questions and 24 easy questions.
Most questions were based on simple concepts. Biology was the easiest section. However, this section was not lengthy. There were 46 questions asked from the 12th standard syllabus and 44 questions from the 11th standard syllabus. This section had 9 difficult questions, 33 moderate questions and 48 easy questions. However, this section was easier than last year, and had very few application-based questions. Most of them were directly from NCERT and were concept based. Most students found the paper moderate and expected marks in the range of 350-400.”
According to figures revealed by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), over 13.36 lakh hopefuls registered for NEET 2018, up from 11.5 lakh who had registered in 2017. The total number of seats in MBBS and BDS institutes across the country stands at 60,000.
NEET was first introduced in May 2013 and was quickly scrapped in 2014, making way for various states conducting separate Common Entrance Test (CET) for admissions to medical and dental institutes in their states. In 2016, the Supreme Court of India reinforced the compulsion on NEET, making it the single window entrance exam for admission to all medical and dental institutes in the country.