MY CART (5)

Use Coupon: CART20 and get 20% off on all online Study Material

ITEM
DETAILS
MRP
DISCOUNT
FINAL PRICE
Total Price: Rs.

There are no items in this cart.
Continue Shopping
Menu
  • Complete AIPMT/AIIMS Course and Test Series
  • OFFERED PRICE: Rs. 15,900
  • View Details

NEET (AIPMT) Paper Analysis

 

Table of Content


As per the directions of Honorable Supreme Court, NEET 2019 was conducted as per the schedule on 5th May, 2019 which was decided for NEET (AIPMT) 2019 this year. This exam was conducted for getting entrance into State and National level medical colleges for courses in MBBS, BDS, BAMS & BHS. NEET exam was first conducted in 2013 and now has been re-introduced after giving gap of 2 years.

NEET (AIPMT) Paper Analysis 2019

Click here to Download NEET (AIPMT) 2018 Paper Analysis

Click here to Download NEET (AIPMT) 2017 Paper Analysis

Click here to Download NEET (AIPMT) 2016 Paper Analysis

Click here to Download NEET (AIPMT) 2015 Paper Analysis

Click here to Download NEET (AIPMT) 2014 Paper Analysis

Click here to Download NEET (AIPMT) 2013 Paper Analysis

askIITians presents before you expert analysis of AIMPT 2015. Use this comprehensive analysis to understand:

  • Relative importance of topics

  • Relative weightage of Class12th and Class 11th syllabus

  • Question distribution  

Broadly the subject wise classification of the paper can be given as follows:


Biology

 

Number of Questions

Total Marks

% of Questions

Zoology 56 224 62.22%
Botany 34 136 37.78%

Therefore, as it can be seen, the percentage of questions in Zoology is more than that of Botany. The detailed classification goes as follows:

Subject

Topics

Number of Questions

Marks

Percentage

Zoology Biological classification 4 16 4.44%
Botany Plant Kingdom 2 8 2.22%
Zoology Animal Kingdom 3 12 3%
Botany Morphology of Flowering Plants 2 8 2%
Botany Anatomy of flowering Plants      
Zoology Structural Organization in Animals 1 4 1.11%
Zoology The Cell: Unit of Life 6 24 6.67%
Zoology Biomolecules 1 4 1.11%
Zoology Cell Cycle & Cell Division 2 8 2%
Zoology Enzymes      
Botany Transport in Plants 3 12 3%
Botany Mineral Nutrition 4 16 4%
Botany Respiration in Plants 2 8 2%
Botany Plant Growth & Development 1 4 1%
Zoology Digestion & Absorption 2 8 2%
Zoology Breathing and Exchange of Gases      
Zoology Body Fluids and Circulation 5 20 6%
Zoology Excretory Products and their Elimination 2 8 2%
Zoology Locomotion and movement 2 8 2%
Zoology Neural Control and Coordination 2 8 2%
Zoology Chemical coordination and regulation 3 12 3%
Zoology Reproduction in Organisms 2 8 2%
Botany Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plant 7 28 8%
Zoology Human Reproduction 3 12 3%
Zoology Reproductive Health 1 4 1%
Zoology Principles of Inheritance and Variation 9 36 10%
Zoology Molecular Basis of Inheritance 1 4 1%
Zoology Evolution 2 8 2%
Zoology Human Health & Disease 1 4 1%
Botany Strategies for Enhancement in Food Production 2 8 2%
Zoology Biotechnology, Principles, processes and its Applications 4 16 4%
Botany Organisms and Populations 1 4 1%
Botany Ecosystem 6 24 7%
Botany Biodiversity & Conservation      
Botany Environmental Issues 4 16 4%

No. of Questions in NEET

Percentage of question in NEET

If we classify that based on the difficulty level, we can summarize it as follows:

 

Easy

Medium

Difficult

Botany 9 19 7
Zoology 14 30 11

Final   Review:

  • ~40% questions are directly from NCERT.

  • The level of difficulty of questions asked in Biology was standard. 

  • For qualifying the AIPMT, it seems that only NCERT books are not enough. 

  • The students should follow standard books beyond NCERT as about 40 percent of the Botany questions were beyond NCERT books and were difficult.

  • Emphasis was given more on Zoology.

  • Each of the 23 easy questions can be solved within 30 seconds.

  • 18 difficult questions may consume 1-2 minutes.


Chemistry

 

No. of questions

Marks

Percentage

Physical 19 76 42.22%
Inorganic 10 40 22.22%
Organic 16 64 35.56%

Therefore, as it can be seen, the percentage of questions in Physical is more than that of Organic and the least being in Inorganic. The detailed classification goes as follows:

Subjects

Topics

No. of questions

Marks

Percentage

Physical Atomic structure 3 12 6.67%
Physical Chemical Bonding 3 12 6.67%
Physical Chemical Kinetics 2 8 4.44%
Physical Chemical Thermodynamics 1 4 2.22%
Physical Chemical equilibrium 1 4 2.22%
Physical Ionic equilibrium 1 4 2.22%
Physical Redox 1 4 2.22%
Physical Electrochemistry 1 4 2.22%
Physical Solutions 3 12 6.67%
Physical Solid state 1 4 2.22%
Physical Gaseous state 1 4 2.22%
Physical Surface chemistry 1 4 2.22%
Inorganic periodic properties 1 4 2.22%
Inorganic S block 2 8 4.44%
Inorganic P block 2 8 4.44%
Inorganic D and F block  2 8 4.44%
Inorganic Metallurgy 1 4 2.22%
Inorganic Coordination 2 8 4.44%
Organic  Some basic concepts of organic chemistry 4 16 8.89%
Organic  Nomenclature of organic Compounds 1 4 2.22%
Organic  Reaction mechanisms 4 16 8.89%
Organic  Biomolecules 1 4 2.22%
Organic  Polymers 1 4 2.22%
Organic  Alcohol phenols and ethers 2 8 4.44%
Organic  Aldehydes and ketones 2 8 4.44%
Organic  Chemistry in everyday life 1 4 2.22%

Chemistry question

Marks in Chemistry

If we classify that based on the difficulty level, we can summarize it as follows:

 

Easy

Moderate

Difficult

Physical  8 4 2
Organic 4 10 2
Inorganic 6 6 3

Final Review:

Regarding the conceptual part in the exam, the questions from organic and inorganic chemistry were quite conceptual and used the basic knowledge. These covered nearly 58% of the paper. Nearly 40% of the questions were from physical chemistry. As quite obvious, physical chemistry was once again asked involving more of easy but straight forward questions.

Regarding the difficulty level, 15% of the questions were of good level, the easy and average questions were almost of the same percentage.

Overall, the paper was not very easy but for those who have prepared the basics nicely, the paper was neither difficult also.


Physics

 

No. of questions

Marks

Percentage

Alternating Current 1 4 2.20%
Capacitance 1 4 2.20%
Centre of Mass 1 4 2.20%
Circular Motion 2 8 4.40%
Current Electricity 3 12 6.70%
Electromagnetic Field and Force 2 8 4.40%
Electromagnetic Induction 1 4 2.20%
Electrostatics 1 4 2.20%
Fluid Mechanics 2 8 4.40%
Friction 1 4 2.20%
Geometrical Optics 3 12 6.70%
Gravitation 2 8 4.40%
Modern Physics 4 16 8.90%
Properties of Matter 2 8 4.40%
Rectilinear Motion 1 4 2.20%
Rotational Dynamics 3 12 6.70%
Semiconductor Devices 2 8 4.40%
Simple Harmonic Motion 1 4 2.20%
Sound Waves 2 8 4.40%
String Waves 1 4 2.20%
Thermodynamics 4 16 8.90%
Work, Power and Energy 1 4 2.20%
Electromagnetic Waves 1 4 2.20%
Relative Motion 1 4 2.20%
Wave Optics 1 4 2.20%
Mathematical Tools 1 4 2.20%

If we classify that based on the difficulty level, we can summarize it as follows:

 

Easy

Average

Difficult

Physical  8 31 24

Final Review:

Regarding the conceptual part in the exam, the questions from Physics were quite conceptual and used the basic knowledge. 

Overall, the paper was not very easy but for those who have prepared the basics nicely, the paper was neither difficult also.


Course Features

  • 731 Video Lectures
  • Revision Notes
  • Previous Year Papers
  • Mind Map
  • Study Planner
  • NCERT Solutions
  • Discussion Forum
  • Test paper with Video Solution