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NEET 2018 Paper Analysis: NEET 2018 exam was held today. National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET exam was held for admission to the medical and affiliated courses all across the country. According to the initial responses from the students and expert, this year’s NEET paper was easier than last year‘s. The exam was conducted for more than 1.3 million candidates in 136 cities across India. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) held the examination in more than 2,000 centres. NEET answer keys will be released by CBSE in this month. The NEET results are expected on June 5. NEET exam was held on morning 10 am to 1 pm afternoon. " In terms of difficulty level," Mr. Rajshekhar Ratrey, VP Educational Content, said: "NEET 2018 was slightly easier than the last year’s papers. Most questions were not time consuming. There were similarities between the weightage of marks in this paper, and the 12th standard syllabus". "Out of the total 180 questions, 110 questions were found easy; 45 questions were of moderate difficulty level, whereas 25 questions were of high difficulty level. Biology was found to be the easiest of all, Chemistry was easy to moderate while students found Physics to be the toughest," said Prof UdayNath Mishra, Chief Academic Officer, BasicFirst.

"The qualifying score to hover around 150 for general category. Any score in excess of 525 should get the students admission in top colleges through the state quota channel," Anand Nagarajan, Academic Head for School division, T.I.M.E., Chennai said. Initial responses from the NEET aspirants suggested that the difficulty level of the today’s paper was from easy to moderate. Times of India reported that the paper was strictly from the CBSE prescribed syllabus and from the NCERT textbooks. According to a candidate who has appeared in the exam from an examination centre in Thiruvananthapuram, overall the paper was an easier one. "Among all the three sections, Biology questions were easy and questions from Physics were tough," she said. She also said there were some indirect questions and fresh class 12 students would find them difficult to answer. Another candidate, who appeared for the exam from Delhi, said the Chemistry section was also good. "Biology was easy. Most of the questions could be solved with the help of NCERT materials. In Physics, much weightage was given to Class 11th syllabus," she added. "Invigilators and other officials were quite cooperative with the students, in fact, which turned out to be a relief for students," a student who appeared for the exam from a centre in North Kerala said. "In our centre, some of the students were asked to remove shoes and rubber bands, apart from that, everything was cool and last minute rush was avoided as frisking and other procedures held on time," the student said. "The paper was a fine one for me. Though, the Physics and Chemistry sections puzzled me, Biology questions were pretty easy to crack, however, it was my first attempt. I believe, time management is a big deal in NEET," the student added. As compared to last year, a student who appeared for the exam told Hindustan Times, this year’s questions were tough. "Compared to last year, this year it was, somehow, tough. Last year, it was like, take all marks! This year 10-12 questions were somehow difficult. The paper was very eazy last year," he told a Hindustan Times reporter. The NEET 2018 test consisted of one paper containing 180 objective type questions (four options with single correct answer) from Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany & Zoology) to be answered on the specially designed machine gradable sheet using Ball Point Pen provided by the board at examination centre only. This year NEET was held in 11 languages; English, Hindi, Urdu, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Oriya, Tamil and Telugu.

NEET official answer keys will be released anytime after the medical entrance examination concluded. For exact date of display of Answer Key, candidates may remain in touch with official website of CBSE. Read: NEET Answer Key 2018 To Be Released @; Check Details Here However, several unofficial answer keys from coaching institutes will be released soon. According to CBSE, NEET aspirants will be given an opportunity to raise objections against the official NEET Answer Key on payment of non refundable processing fee of Rs.1000/- per answer challenged. NEET 2018 Results The CBSE evaluate the Answer Sheets and the result will be hosted on website The CBSE will prepare the merit list as per the directives of, DGHS, MCI and DCI. Read: 100 NEET Aspirants Could Not Take The Test In Madurai; Here’s Why CBSE in its notification has said that no category wise result sheet will be prepared and as soon as the NEET results are ready, the board will host the same on the website and thereafter candidates may download the Result Sheets.