NEET 2017 Cutoff Exam Analysis by Allen Kota: The National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (UG) – 2017 was conducted on May 7, 2017 by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Around 12 lakh candidates had appeared for NEET 2017. Allen Kota has released the cutoff and exam analysis of NEET 2017. The NEET 2017 cutoff and exam analysis by Allen Kota provide details to the candidates regarding overall difficulty, topic-wise distribution, class-wise distribution, level of questions, sectional difficulty and expected cutoff. As per NEET exam analysis by Allen Kota, the paper was as per the syllabus. The overall paper was easy to moderate in terms of difficulty level. The result of NEET 2017 will be declared on June 8, 2017. Candidates based on their scores will be given admission to MBBS and BDS colleges across the country. Candidates can check below for more details on NEET 2017 cutoff and exam analysis by Allen Kota.
NEET Exam Analysis 2017 by Allen Kota – Paper Analysis
The NEET 2017 comprises of 3 subjects Biology, Physics, Chemistry. The Biology consists of 2 sections Botany and Zoology. There were total 180 questions, out of which 90 questions were asked in Biology (45 each in Botany and Zoology). Physics and Chemistry carried 45 questions each. For correct answer, candidates will score 4 marks while wrong response will result in minus 1 mark.
NEET Exam Analysis 2017 by Allen Kota for Biology
In Botany, 55 % questions were easy, 27 % was medium and 18 % were difficult. Around 53 % questions were from Class 12 syllabus and 47 % questions were of Class XI level. Topics that dominated this sections were Plant Diversity, Plant Anatomy, Plant Morphology, Cell Biology & Cell Division, Bio-molecule, Plant Physiology, Plant Reproduction, Genetics + Bio Technology, Biology in human wefare and Ecology. In Zoology, 33% questions were from Class 12 syllabus and 67% were from Class 11 syllabus. The level of questions were a blend of easy, moderate and difficult.
NEET Exam Analysis 2017 by Allen Kota for Chemistry
The overall paper of Chemistry was average in terms of difficulty level. 58% questions in Chemistry were asked from Class 12 syllabus and 42 % questions were asked from Class 11 syllabus. Questions were asked from Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry.
NEET Exam Analysis 2017 by Allen Kota for Physics
The Physics section was tough in NEET 2017. 51 % questions in Physics were asked from Class XII syllabus and 49 % questions were from Class XI syllabus. There were questions from Mechanics Thermal Physics SHM & Waves Electrodynamics Optics Modern & Electronics.
CBSE will declare the cutoff along with result on June 8, 2017. Candidates need to score the cutoff as per their category to qualify the exam. Based on the cutoff score, candidates will be provided admission in medical and dental colleges for MBBS and BDS course.
|Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribes/ Other backward classes||40th percentile|
|Physically handicapped||45th percentile|