Monday, September 14, 2020

NEET 2020: Expert Question paper analysis, expected cut off and NEET Answer Key updates

 National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, NEET 2020 has come to an end. The undergraduate entrance examination is the only exam for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in the country – including in AIIMS and JIPMER as well as state, central and private medical colleges. The first reactions of students leaving the exam centres are here now. Check review of today’s NEET question paper and expert analysis as well as expected cut off.

Reactions from students who have appeared for the examination suggested that the paper was moderate to tough. Experts have agreed to the general statement and suggested that it was expectantly difficult with level of difficulty less than 2019 but not significantly.

NEET 2020 Answer Key & Result Date (Tentative)

NTA has not released official schedule for the answer key and results. However, as per the official statement of Education Minister, NEET 2020 result is expected to be released by September 30. The dates are likely to change but it would be released within a month. Also, following an accelerated schedule, NEET 2020 Answer Keys are expected to be releaed by tomorrow or latest by September 16. Keep a check on ntaneet.nic.in for latest updates. Unofficial answer keys for NEET 2020 are now available here. 

NEET 2020 Expected Cut off and Analysis


Category NEET 2020 Expected Cut off NEET 2019 Cut off NEET 2018 Cut off
Unreserved (50th percentile) 710 - 140 701 - 134 691 - 119
SC/ST/OBC (40th percentile) 120 - 100 133 - 107 118 - 96
Unreserved PH (45th Percentile) 125 - 97 133 - 120 118 - 107
SC/ST/OBC PH (40th percentile) 110 - 100 119 - 107 106 - 96
Complete Analysis
Anurag Tiwari, National Academic Director (Medical), Aakash Educational Services Limited has shared detailed analysis. Callling it a moderately easy paper, Mr. Tiwari pointed out that many qustions were directly from NCERT. Botany was said to be the difficult as compared to previous years while Physics was said to be easier than usual. 

The preliminary reports from experts suggest that the paper was moderately difficult. Physics and Chemistry section would determine whether students qualify the examination or not, pointed Chandrashekhar Sir, who has been training students for over 15 years for various exams. Cut off shared would be revised after complete analysis is available.

“We are going through the questions shared by students and would try and have a preliminary answer key ready by tomorrow. It is however difficult to comment at this point. Overall, given the general level of difficulty, it is expected that the cut off would remain similar to previous years,” he added.

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