NEET 2019 Question Paper

NEET, one of the most coveted competitive examinations is just around the corner and preparations in full swing. The NTA (National Testing Agency) has scheduled to conduct NEET 2020 on 13th September. One of the most important preparation tips that every aspirant never fails to miss out on is solving previous years’ papers. Thereby, we at BYJU’S bring to you, question papers from previous years to ease it for students.

As soon as the exams are conducted, NEET question papers become available to download from the website. Question paper is available for NEET in the following languages:

  • English
  • Hindi
  • Marathi
  • Bengali
  • Gujarati
  • Assamese
  • Tamil
  • Telugu
  • Oriya
  • Kannada
  • Urdu

The question papers are available in the following sets – set AA, set BB, set CC, set DD, set EE, set FF, set GG, set HH, set KK, set LL, set MM, set NN, set PP, set QQ, set RR, set SS, set WW, set XX, set YY, set ZZ.

At the time of filling the registration form, candidates were provided with an option to pick their preferred language. One can download all sets of question papers in the links provided below.

It goes without saying that practising NEET question papers on a daily basis proves to be extremely beneficial to medical aspirants to interpret the difficulty level and get familiarized with the exam pattern and typology of questions along with the marking scheme.

In order to qualify to get a seat in medical colleges, aspirants must clear NEET cut-off which is mandatory. NEET cut-off will be declared by the NTA – the conducting body for NEET, a few weeks after the exam is concluded along with the result declaration.

NEET aspirants can practice from NEET question papers ready to download for free, easily accessible.

NEET 2019 Paper Analysis

Candidates appearing for NEET 2020 can check out the analysis carried on the NEET question paper 2019. It enables aspirants to gauge their preparation level, helping them to get insights into their preparation, comprehend terminologies such as NEET cut-off, and get acquainted with it overall.

The analysis provides insights into the difficulty level of questions, weightage provided to each subject, and hence important topics and much more.

NEET 2019 Analysis – Highlights

NEET Analysis for 2019 is available section-wise and topic-wise. Some highlights are as follows:

  • NEET 2019 was concluded on May 5th
  • It was much easier compared to the previous years
  • The paper saw questions being asked from NCERT for all the 4 sections – Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology
  • Physics questions were equally divided between classes 11 and 12. Most of the questions were from topics – Modern Physics and Mechanics (almost 50% of the physics section), Electrostatistics, Electronics, ray, and wave optics
  • Easy physics questions were asked from the magnetic effect of electric current and current electricity
  • In chemistry, a few questions were beyond NCERT concepts to name a few – reverse hyperconjugation, molecular orbital configurations of heteroatomic molecules, etc. Concept-based questions appeared and not memory-based
  • Biology section saw a major chunk of questions from Biotechnology and Ecology while more questions appeared from Physical Chemistry – almost 19 questions, while Organic chemistry covered 12 questions and inorganic chemistry covered 14 questions.
  • Biology section was moderate. Only four questions were difficult and out of NCERT, while zoology section had 40 questions, Botany section has 50 questions
  • Total of 452 questions were deemed to be easy, 200 were moderate and 60 marks worth questions were on the difficult side
  • 80% questions in the physics section were numerical based, required rigorous calculations.

NEET 2019 Analysis – Physics

Physics experts for NEET and the candidates, both deemed Physics to be the toughest section compared to other sections. Most of the questions required rigorous calculations along with a good comprehensive level. The table below provides a deeper insight into the same, have a look:

NEET 2019 Physics Analysis

Topic Number of questions Level of difficulty
Easy Average Difficult
Mechanics 17 0 16 1
Current Electricity 3 0 3 0
Electrostatics and Capacitor 4 0 4 0
Heat and Thermodynamics 3 0 3 0
Magnetism, Magnetic Effect of Current and AC 5 0 4 1
Modern Physics 6 0 5 1
Properties of matter 3 0 2 1
Ray and Way Optics 4 0 4 0
Total 45 0 41 4

NEET 2019 Analysis – Chemistry

Experts suggest that the chemistry section of NEET 2019 paper was the easiest compared to last year’s paper. Chemistry section saw questions appearing from these sections – Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry. The numerical questions from the chemistry section were all formula-based.

NEET 2019 Chemistry Analysis

Topic Number of questions Level of difficulty
Very Easy Easy Average
Physical 19 10 5 4
Inorganic 14 5 5 4
Organic 12 5 5 2
Total 45 20 15 10

NEET 2019 Analysis – Biology

Most of the questions in Biology part as suggested by experts and aspirants were easier from the Zoology section compared to Botany section. But in comparison to zoology, more questions were asked from Botany.

NEET 2019 Biology Analysis

Topic Number of questions Level of difficulty
Easy Average Difficult
Botany 50 8 40 2
Zoology 40 6 31 3
Total 90 14 71 5

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