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NEET 2020 Exam Review and Previous Year Paper Analysis

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NEET 2020 is scheduled from May 03, 2020 (Sunday) from 02.00 pm to 5.00 pm.  The exam will held in more than 132 cities and 2255 examination centers across the country. As per the general consensus among students, Chemistry was the easiest section. Physics was quite lengthy for many students while according to some others Botany had a few conceptual questions which were slightly tricky. Candidates can check complete NEET Paper Analysis, difficulty level of exam, most asked topics, weightage, etc.

Candidates had to report at the exam centers by 1.15 pm for security verification and completing other formalities. There was strict checking across all the centers by authorities. Some candidates from Tamil Nadu had to travel adjacent states like Karnataka and Kerala to appear for the exam

NEET is the biggest national level entrance test for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in the country. All the aspirants can gain a major edge by knowing the previous year NEET Paper Analysis. There was no variation in NEET Syllabus or scheme of examination against popular rumors. However, the level of exam is expected to rise if one considers predictions by several experts.

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NEET PG Exam Pattern 2019: Syllabus- Check here

National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (Post Graduate), also known as NEET PG, is conducted annually by NBE. NEET PG 2019 is meant for admission into MD/MS/PG Diploma courses. NEET PG is scheduled for a single day in a single shift. NEET PG exam pattern is declared by NBE every year.

NoteNEET PG Application Form 2019 is available at the official site of NBE.

NEET PG Exam pattern consists of 300 questions which aspirants should complete within the exam duration of 3 hours 30 minutes. No extra time is allotted to any candidate for completing their exam. NEET PG exam syllabus with the important topics from all subjects makes the preparation easy for aspirants.

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NEET PG Exam Pattern

NEET PG Exam Pattern is completely online with no offline facility. There will be no subjective questions, and only MCQs will be asked. The number of question in each topic will be different.

NEET PG Exam Pattern

 

Highlights of NEET PG Exam Pattern

  • NEET PG 2019 will be based on the syllabus taught in the MBBS curriculum
  • Language of the examination is English
  • NEET PG 2019 will take place once a day in one shift only
  • Exam will be conducted from 3 PM to 7:30 PM

Syllabus of NEET PG 2019:

The NEET PG syllabus 2019 exam is prepared by MCI as per the Graduate Medical Education Regulations with the consent of Government of India. Candidate should be well versed in the syllabus. Below is the detailed table:

Pre Clinical Sub (phase 1) Para Clinical Sub (phase 2) Clinical Sub (Phase 1 and Phase 2)
Human Anatomy Pathology Medicines and its specialties
Intro to Humanities & Community Medicine Pharmalogy Surgery and its specialties
Bio Chemistry Microbiology Orthopedics
Human Physiology with Bio Physics Forensic Medicine Radiotherapy
  Community Medicine Radio Diagnosis
    Oto-Rhino-Laryngology
    Ophthalmology
    Obstetrics And Gynecology
    Family Planning
    Community Medicine

Topics for NEET PG 2019

These tests include 15 different topics with 300 multiple choice questions. With the syllabus, the candidate can focus on the subjects to be done. Below is the table with marks and questions in numbers:

Subject Marks Questions
Anatomy 15 15
Physiology 15 15
Biochemistry 15 15
Psychiatry 10 10
Ophthalmology 10 10
Pediatrics’ 15 15
Pharmacology 20 20
Microbiology 20 20
Pathology 25 25
Obstetrics and Gynecology 25 25
Radio Diagnosis and Radio Therapy 12(6+6) 12
Surgery, ENT,Orthopaedics and Anesthesia 46 46
Forensic Medicine 10 10
Social and Preventive Medicine 25 25
Medicine Dermatology and Venereology 37 37

New additions to NEET PG Exam Pattern

NEET PG is held as one session exam from 2019. It is held in a single day and a single shift all over the countries. They have also introduced the negative marking scheme from this year itself for every wrong answer 1 marks each will be deducted. Aadhar card is mandatory for all the candidates unless they are from domicile in Jammu & Kashmir, Meghalaya and Assam.

How to prepare to NEET PG 2019

Preparation is very important for any exams. So the candidates must prepare well before the exam. For NEET PG 2019 exam the candidate should first go through the exam pattern and the syllabus shared so that they get a view of the structure of the test and topics on which the multiple choice questions would come

  • Start solving the sample papers or the old papers
  • After solving the old sample or question papers the candidate must analyze the answers so that the candidate can know the preparation level
  • While solving the question paper, you should keep a track of the duration of 3 hours 30 minutes

Candidates can also take a DEMO test for the check. The candidates who have registered for this exam can only take this DEMO test. With the help of the NEET PG Demo test they will be able to know the test structure, navigation layout and other major functions of the actual test.

NEET 2020 Exam Pattern: Marking Scheme, No. of questions and Detailed Analysis

NTA has released the NEET Exam pattern on its official website. There is no change in the NEET 2020 Exam pattern. Aspirants who wants to score high marks in NEET 2020 must read NEET Exam Pattern. Candidates will get information such as marking scheme, number of questions, exam mode, exam duartion, etc. in the NEET Exam pattern.

From this article, candidates will be able to check NEET 2020 Exam pattern, their marking scheme, how the syllabus is divided into different sections and the important instructions at the time of exam.

  • NEET 2020 is an offline test that contains 180 MCQ questions of 4 marks each.
  • NEET syllabus covers the topics of Class XI and XII syllabus.
  • NEET Syllabus is broadly divided into three sections: Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Botany and Zoology)
  • Candidates will be given +4 marks for every correct answer, -1 marks for each wrong answer.
  • NEET 2020 will conduct in 11 different language.

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