NEET Paper Analysis 2017


NEET Paper Analysis 2017NEET Paper Analysis 2017 – The NEET 2017 was successfully conducted on May 07 and candidates can check the paper analysis here. According to many candidates, Chemistry section was the toughest while Biology was moderate. Most students agreed that the questions on Physics were lengthy and they were unable to attempt all the questions. Viendra Kumar, who hails from Bihar says that the Biology section was similar to previous year. However, he found the Physics section easy but the questions were tricky. Mohammaed Mashood attempted the test for third time and according to him, questions on Biology were little difficult and questions in Chemistry section were completely based on NCERT books. Keep visiting this page for more updates and details on the NEET Paper Analysis 2017. Only after complete NEET 2017 paper analysis, candidates will be able to know the distribution of questions, and section-wise and overall difficulty level.

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NEET 2017 Question Papers

Questions Paper (Code-wise) Questions Papers
Code A/P/W Available here
Code B/Q/X Available here
Code C/R/Y Available here
Code D/S/Z Available here

NEET 2017 Answer Key by Coaching Centres

S. No. Name of the Coaching Institute Links
1. NEET 2017 Answer Key by Resonance Click here
2. NEET Answer Key 2017 by Aakash Institute Click here
3. NEET 2017 Answer Key by Rao IIT Academy Click here
4. NEET Answer Key 2017 by Career Point Click here
5. NEET Answer Key 2017 by Allen Kota Click here
6. NEET Answer Key 2017 by Triumph Academy Click here
7. NEET 2017 Answer Key by Plancess Click here

Soon the c
oaching Institutes like Aakash, Resonance, Career Point etc. will prepare NEET paper analysis 2017. The paper analysis of NEET 2017 will be based on feedback collected from experts of various institutes and students reaction. Based on NEET paper analysis, the expected NEET 2017 cutoff will be determined by the experts. Through NEET paper analysis and the expected cutoff, the candidates will be able to assess their performance in the test and their chances of getting admission MBBS and BDS seats offered by Medical and Dental institutes across the country. To know complete detail about NEET paper analysis 2017 like section wise important topics, weightage, difficulty level of previous years’ NEET exam and more, read the article below.

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NEET Paper Analysis 2017

NEET 2017 was conducted on May 7 in the offline mode in approximately 2200 examination centres across 104 cities in the country. This year, around 12 lakh candidates appeared in NEET 2017. The paper has 4 sections namely, Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology, each section comprising 45 questions. The exam pattern of NEET 2017 is similar to previous year’s exam. All the questions in NEET 2017 are objective based on a total number of 180 questions. In this session, the question paper of NEET is available in 10 languages. Out of these, 8 are regional languages and the other two are Hindi and English.

In NEET exam of the past two years, Physics emerged as the toughest section followed by Chemistry while Botany and Zoology were easy. As per previous years’ NEET 2017 exam trends, the same difficulty level of sections is expected to be followed in NEET 2017. Just after the completion of exam, the feedback of the students regarding NEET 2017 difficulty, topics from which questions came in all the four sections will be provided here.

NEET 2017 Students reaction

After the completion of NEET 2017 on May 7, the detailed students’ reaction regarding the exam will be provided here. Information related to the difficulty level, subject wise weightage, and overall analysis by the exam takers will be elaborated here.

NEET Paper Analysis 2017 by Experts

The experts from renowned coaching institutes will prepare the NEET Analysis. Based on the difficulty level of exam, the expert will provide their review about the difficulty level of the paper, section wise distribution of questions etc. On the basis of the paper analysis, experts will also predict expected cutoff of NEET 2017 for candidates belonging to reserve as well unreserved categories.

Entrancecorner will publish NEET 2017 analysis released by various coaching Institutes and the expert feedback on May 7 as soon as the entrance test gets over. Candidates can access the respective links to be provided in the table below to check NEET Analysis and expected cutoff by coaching institutes.

S.No. Name of Coaching Institutes NEET Paper Analysis 2017 & Cutoff by experts
1. NEET 2017 Cutoff and exam analysis by Aakash Click Here
2. NEET 2017 Cutoff and exam analysis by Resonance Click Here
3. NEET 2017 Cutoff and exam analysis by Career Point Click Here
4. NEET 2017 Cutoff and exam analysis by Allen-Kota Click Here

NEET Paper Analysis of Previous Years

Candidates can check the paper analysis of NEET of previous years given below to get an idea about the overall and subject wise break up of questions as per the difficulty level.

Overall NEET Paper Analysis of the past two years

Subject 2016 2015
Easy Moderate Difficult Easy Moderate Difficult
Physics 17 22 6 20 17 8
Chemistry 24 12 9 18 19 8
Botany+Zoology 41 36 13 21 46 23
Total 82 70 28 59 82 39

Subject Wise Paper Analysis of NEET/AIPMT 2016

In the year, 2016, Physics section emerged as the toughest one followed by Chemistry and Biology (Botany+Zoology). The topic wise analysis for each section of NEET 2016 is as given below:


In Physics, the maximum number of questions were asked from Mechanics followed by Electrodynamics, and Modern & Electronics. 40% of the questions were tough, 40% were of medium difficulty level and the remaining 20% were easy. Also, many questions were repeated from previous years’ papers.

Topics Easy Average Difficult
Electrodynamics 5 3 3
Mechanics 5 7 0
Modern & Electronics 4 2 1
SHM & Waves 1 2 0
Fluids 0 0 1
Optics 1 4 0
Thermal Physics 1 4 1


As compared to the previous year, the chemistry paper in NEET/AIPMT paper was comparatively easy. Class XII syllabus dominated this section. A maximum number of questions were asked from Organic Chemistry prescribed for class 12. Class XI syllabus comprised one-third of the total number of questions.

Topics Easy Average Difficult
Organic (XI) 1 2 1
Inorganic (XI) 3 3 0
Physical (XI) 3 2 1
Organic (XII) 8 2 1
Inorganic (XII) 5 2 2
Physical (XII) 4 1 4


The difficulty level of questions in this section was moderate. Questions were equally divided from class XI and class XII. Topics like Genetics and Bio-Tech, Ecology, Human Physiology consisted the maximum number of questions. This section was the easiest in comparison to Physics and Chemistry

Topics Easy Average Difficult
Plant Diversity 6 1 0
Plant Morphology 4 3 0
Cell Biology 3 5 1
Biomolecule 3 0 0
Plant Physiology 1 4 1
Plant Reproduction 2 2 0
Genetics and Bio-Tech 6 6 0
Human Welfare 1 1 0
Ecology 4 7 1
Animal Diversity 2 1 0
Animal Tissue 0 1 0
Cockroach 0 0 1
Human Physiology 5 3 3
Human Reproduction 1 1 4
Evolution 2 0 1
Human Health & Diseases 1 1 1

Subject Wise Paper Analysis of NEET/AIPMT 2015

As per the paper analysis of NEET/AIPMT 2015, the difficulty level of 20 to 25% of the questions was moderate. Candidates can check the subject wise question break up based on their level of difficulty from the table below:


In the year 2015 as well, Physics section was the toughest among all the sections. The questions were lengthy and numeric based. A maximum number of questions came from Mechanics, Electrodynamics and Modern Physics.

Topics Easy Moderate Difficult
Mechanics 3 7 4
Electrodynamics 3 4 2
Modern Physics 5 2
Heat and Thermodynamics 4 1 1
Optics 2 2
SHM & Waves 2 1
Properties of Matter 1 1

The Chemistry was comparatively easy. The questions were evenly divided among each topic. Organic chemistry carried the maximum number of questions.

Topics Easy Moderate Difficult
Organic chemistry 4 8 4
Inorganic Chemistry 7 6 2
Physical Chemistry 7 5 2


This section was of moderate level. The maximum number of questions were asked from Animal Physiology, ecology and Genetics and Evolution. Whereas, the least number of questions were asked from Biotechnology.

Topics Easy Moderate Difficult
Animal Physiology 5 9 5
Ecology 5 3 4
Genetics and Evolution 2 8 1
Structural organization in plant and animals 3 5 2
The living world 1 6 2
Cell structure and function 1 4 3
Plant Physiology 1 5 2
Reproduction in plants 3 2
Biology in human welfare 2 2 1
Biotechnology 1 1 1