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NEET 2017 Paper Analysis

Last Updated - March 16, 2018

NEET 2017 was successfully conducted on May 7 across 104 cities in India. A total of 11,35,104 appeared for the exam. Last year, 8,02,594 candidates appeared for NEET 2016 exams. Unlike the previous year, the exam was held in only one phase covering all the topics.

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As per students' reaction and experts, listed below are highlights of NEET Paper Analysis:

  • Questions were mostly based on NCERT Syllabus
  • The syllabi of both class 11 and class 12th standard contributed equally to prepare the questions for the exam. 
  • Most of the questions in Chemistry and Biology section were straight forward.
  • Physics section was tricky and had questions of calculative nature. 

For this year, the cut off is expected to go high as the level of the exam was easier as compared to last year. Read on to know more about the paper analysis of NEET 2017 as per chapter and topic.

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For this year, the cut off is expected to go high as the level of the exam was easier as compared to last year. Read on to know more about the paper analysis of NEET 2017 as per chapter and topic.


NEET Paper Analysis 2017 - Physics Section

  • The section mainly contained questions from topics of Mechanics, Heat & Thermodynamics, Properties of Matter, Electrodynamics, SHM & Waves, Modern Physics and Optics.
  • Candidates found certain topics harder than others and overall rated this section as the most difficult section in the exam.
  • The maximum questions were from Class XI syllabus. Unlike other entrance exams, NEET focused on Class XI topics than the topics from Class XII.
  • The ratio of number of questions from Class XI to number of questions from Class XII is 4:3.
  • As inferred from the table below, the important topics in physics section this year were- Kinematics, oscillations and waves, physical world and measurements, current electricity, Dual Nature of Matter and Optics.
  • The questions from the topics of Class XII were comparatively difficult than the topics from Class XI syllabus.

The questions asked from each topic of Physics and the relative difficulty levels are as given in the below table.

TopicSyllabusNo. of questionsOverall Difficulty
Behavior of Perfect Gas and Kinetic TheoryClass XI3Easy
GravitationClass XI4Average
KinematicsClass XI5Difficult
Laws of MotionClass XI3Average
Motion of System of Particles and Rigid BodyClass XI4Difficult
Oscillations and WavesClass XI5Easy
Physical world and measurementClass XI5Difficult
Properties of Bulk MatterClass XI4Average
ThermodynamicsClass XI3Difficult
Work, Energy and PowerClass XI3Easy
Atoms and NucleiClass XII4Difficult
Current ElectricityClass XII5Difficult
Dual Nature of Matter and RadiationClass XII5Average
Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating CurrentsClass XII4Difficult
Electromagnetic WavesClass XII3Difficult
Electronic DevicesClass XII2Difficult
ElectrostaticsClass XII3Difficult
Magnetic Effects of Current and MagnetismClass XII4Easy
OpticsClass XII5Average

NEET Paper Analysis 2017 - Chemistry Section

  • Chemistry was less tricky than usual.
  • Questions were asked from Organic chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry with the latter two being relatively easier.
  • Unlike the physics section, the chemistry section in NEET 2017 focused more on Class XII syllabus than Class XI syllabus.
  • The ratio of number of questions from Class XII to number of questions from Class XI is 2:3.
  • The questions from Class XI topics were from easy to moderate
  • The difficulty level of the questions from Class XII was from moderate.
  • As per NEET 2017 Question Paper, the important chemistry topics were- Equilibrium, p-block elements, solid state, coordination compounds and aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids.

The questions asked from each topic of Chemistry and the relative difficulty levels are as given in the below table.

TopicSyllabusNo. of questionsOverall Difficulty
Chemical Bonding and Molecular StructureClass XI2Easy
Classification of Elements and Periodicity in PropertiesClass XI3Average
Environmental ChemistryClass XI3Difficult
EquilibriumClass XI4Difficult
HydrocarbonsClass XI2Average
HydrogenClass XI3Easy
Organic Chemistry- Some Basic Principles and TechniquesClass XI3Easy
Redox ReactionsClass XI2Average
s-Block Element (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals)Class XI1Difficult
Some Basic Concepts of ChemistryClass XI3Difficult
Some p-Block ElementsClass XI4Average
States of Matter: Gases and LiquidsClass XI2Easy
Structure of AtomClass XI3Easy
ThermodynamicsClass XI2Average
Alcohols, Phenols and EthersClass XII1Easy
Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic AcidsClass XII4Average
BiomoleculesClass XII2Difficult
Chemical KineticsClass XII3Difficult
Chemistry in Everyday LifeClass XII1Average
Coordination CompoundsClass XII4Easy
d and f Block ElementsClass XII2Easy
ElectrochemistryClass XII3Average
General Principles and Processes of Isolation of ElementsClass XII2Difficult
Haloalkanes and HaloarenesClass XII2Easy
Organic Compounds Containing NitrogenClass XII3Average
p-Block ElementsClass XII3Difficult
PolymersClass XII3Difficult
Solid StateClass XII4Average
SolutionsClass XII2Easy
Surface ChemistryClass XII3Easy

NEET Paper Analysis 2017 - Biology Section

  • The Biology subject, one of the essential components of NEET as it comprises two sections in Botany and Zoology, was as expected easiest to negotiate for students.
  • The major questions asked in Biology were from topics including Living world, Structural Organization in Plants and Animals, Cell: Structure and Function, Plant Physiology, Animal Physiology & Reproduction, Reproduction in Plants, Genetics & Evolution, Biology in Human Welfare, Biotechnology and Ecology.
  • There were more questions from topics of Class XI than topics from Class XII. The ratio of questions from Class XI to questions from Class XII is 4:3.
  • The important topics from Biology as inferred from the question paper this year were- Human Physiology and Plant Physiology.

The questions asked across different topics of Botany and Zoology and the relative difficulty levels are as given in the below table.

TopicSyllabusNo. of questionsOverall Difficulty
Cell Structure and FunctionClass XI2Average
Diversity in Living WorldClass XI3Difficult
Human physiologyClass XI4Easy
Plant PhysiologyClass XI4Average
Structural Organization in Animals and PlantsClass XI3Difficult
Biology and Human WelfareClass XII2Difficult
Biotechnology and Its ApplicationsClass XII3Average
Ecology and environmentClass XII2Easy
Genetics and EvolutionClass XII3Difficult
ReproductionClass XII3Average

NEET 2017 Cutoff

Cut Off is the lowest possible marks a candidate must obtain in order to qualify NEET 2017. Based on the results, the exam conducting authority, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will declare NEET Cut Off. Candidates who will be among top 15% scorers of the qualified candidates will be directly elected to participate in NEET counselling under All India Quota seats.

Tabulated below is NEET Cut off for Government Colleges:

CategoryOR (AIR – MBBS)CR (AIR – MBBS)OR (AIR – BDS)CR (AIR – BDS)
UR15579379210920
OBC535922580510891
SC97386601400049936
ST224626046109684770
UR-PH19333325322291627393704
OBC-PH30802214943375414375414
SC-PH66753551965210691451909
ST-PH112786533284--

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Phool kumar

Please guide marks 460 to 480 for admission in mbbs

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