NEET is a National Eligibility Entrance Test. It requires continuous practice and time management. So, for the better preparation, students can take help from NEET previous year question papers.
From the previous year question papers students will analyze their preparation, difficulty level of the questions, distribution of questions, marking scheme and number of questions asked in the paper.
Previous Year Question Papers
Previous Year Question Papers help students for the better preparation of exam. Different Year Question Papers are available here along with their Solutions. Students can freely download the question papers.
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NEET Previous Year Question Papers are shown in the following table:
|Year||Question Paper||Paper Code||Solutions|
|2017||Question Paper – A/ B/ C/ D||Code-A||Download|
|Question Paper – P/ Q/ R/ S||Code-P||Download|
|Question Paper – W/ X/ Y/ Z||Code-W||Download|
|2016||NEET 2016 Phase I||Code-A/ P/ W||Download|
|Code- B/ Q/ X||–|
|Code-C/ R/ Y||Download|
|Code-D/ S/ Z||–|
|NEET 2016 Phase II||Code-AA||Download|
|2015||NEET 2015 Phase I||Code-A||–|
|NEET 2015 Phase II||Code-E||–|
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NEET Exam Pattern
Students are advised to know the exam pattern for better preparation. Detailed explanation are listed below:
- Mode of Exam: Offline(Pen and paper based)
- Time: 180 minutes or 3 hours
- Type of Questions: MCQ(Multiple Choice Based)
- Total Questions: 180
- Languages: 10 languages(Hindi, English, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Tamil, Oriya, Kannada and Telugu)
- Sections: Physics, Chemistry, Biology(Botany and Zoology)
|Subject||No. Of Questions||Marks|
Ans The difficulty level of paper depends upon its Preparation level. Last year the difficulty level was Moderate.
Ans Chances of repetition are quite low.
Ans NEET question paper will be conducted in 11 languages- English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Oriya and Urdu
Ans On an average 80-85% questions are asked from the NCERT Books.