NEET Paper Analysis 2021: Chapter-wise Questions, Weightage Difficulty level, Expected cutoff, & More!

The National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET-UG) is a competitive exam conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) for candidates seeking admissions to undergraduate MBBS and BDS courses in Government or Private Medical Colleges in India. NEET analysis is basically an evaluation report prepared by experts. The NEET Paper analysis helps candidates understand the question paper’s difficulty level and helps predict the cutoffs for that year. NEET 2021 exam analysis and cutoff will help candidates examine the exam’s review and understand the exam difficulty level. Using the NEET analysis 2021, applicants can also predict their possibilities of qualifying NEET exam.

In this article, we will discuss  NEET Paper analysis; Strategy To Prepare for exam etc. Before preparing for any competitive exam, candidates should be aware of the overview of the examination. So, we have collected all the essential details regarding NEET to help candidates prepare for the examination.

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NEET UG 2021 Useful Resources
Quick facts
NEET Paper Analysis
NEET Exam Analysis by Allen Kota
Frequently Asked Question (FAQ)

NEET UG 2021 Useful Resources

Here are some important links related to NEET 2021 exam, check it out.

Major NotificationClick HereApplication FormClick Here
Eligibility CriteriaClick HereAdmit CardClick Here
Exam PatternClick HereExam CentresClick Here
SyllabusClick HereBooksClick Here
Answer KeyClick HereResultClick Here
CounsellingClick HereSeat MatrixClick Here
Sample PapersClick HerePrevious Year PapersClick Here
Medical College Fee StructureClick HereCollege PredictorClick Here
Rank PredictorClick HereTest SeriesClick Here
Dress CodeClick HereCutoffClick Here
Exam Day GuidelinesClick HereReservation CriteriaClick Here

Quick Facts

Name of the ExaminationNational Eligibility cum Entrance Test
Commonly Known asNEET
Conducting BodyNational Testing Agency (NTA)
ModeWritten
Subjects4
Time Limit3 Hours
Total Questions180
Subject Wise Questions45
Maximum Marks720
Marks per Question4
Negative MarkingYes (-1)
Courses Offered through the examMBBS, BDS

NEET Paper Analysis

The NEET analysis 2021 will be updated here as released. In the meantime, candidates can review the section-wise last year analysis of the NEET exam mentioned below.

Physics

As compared to others subjects, physics was found to be the hard one to attempt. The chart below can give a better idea of the number of questions asked and the difficulty level of the paper.

Level Of Questions

LevelPercentages
Moderate42.2% 
Easy57.8%
Hard6%

Topic wise Distribution (For Class 11th)

ClassXIXIXI
Difficulty Level/ TopicHeat & ThermodynamicsMechanicsWaves
Easy3100
Medium210
Difficult011
Total5121

Topic wise Distribution (For Class 12th)

ClassXIIXIIXIIXII
Difficulty Level/ TopicElectricityMagnetismModern PhysicsOptics
Easy3261
Medium6412
Difficult0011
Total9684

Chemistry

Chemistry is considered to be a scoring subject. The following table shows the number of questions asked from class 11 & 12 and the topic wise questions.

Level Of Questions

LevelPercentage
Easy60%
Moderate40%

Topic wise Distribution (For Class 11th)

Class11th11th11th
Difficulty Level/ TopicOrganic
Chemistry
Inorganic
Chemistry
Physical
Chemistry
Easy231
Medium243
Difficult033
Total4107

Topic wise Distribution (For Class 12th)

ClassXIIXIIXII
Difficulty Level/ TopicOrganic
Chemistry
Inorganic
Chemistry
Physical
Chemistry
Easy323
Medium535
Difficult111
Total969

Biology

The biology section carries the essential weightage in the NEET 2021 exam. A total of 90 questions from Biology carrying 360 marks are asked in the NEET question paper. According to the previous year analysis, the overall NEET Biology part was of easy level.

Level Of Questions

LevelPercentage
Easy53.33%
Medium46.7%

From Botany Class 11

ClassXIXIXIXI
Difficulty Level/ TopicCell & Cell CycleDiversity of LifePlant PhysiologyStructural Organisation of
Plants
Easy1133
Medium1320
Difficult4142
Total6595

From Botany Class 12

ClassXIIXIIXIIXII
Difficulty Level/ TopicBiology in Human
Welfare
EcologyReproduction & Sexual
Reproduction
Genetics
Easy0212
Medium1211
Difficult1304
Total2727

From Zoology Class 11

ClassXIXIXIXI
Difficulty Level/ TopicAnimal KingdomHuman PhysiologyBiomoleculesStructural Organisation in Animals
Easy2131
Medium2720
Difficult1411
Total51262

From Zoology Class 12

ClassXIIXIIXIIXII
Difficulty Level/ TopicAnimal Husbandary & BiotechnologyEvolution: Theories & EvidencesHuman Health & DiseasesHuman Reproduction & Reproductive Health
Easy3300
Medium4032
Difficult3112
Total10444

NEET Exam Analysis by Allen Kota

Here in this section, we are providing the NEET exam analysis by Allen Kota subject wise. Let’s have a look.

NEET Physics distribution

NEET Chemistry distribution

NEET Biology distribution

NEET UG FAQ

Q. What is the full form of NEET?

A. The full form of NEET is the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test.

Q. Who is the conducting authority of NEET 2021?

A. The official conducting authority for NEET 2021 exam is the National Testing Agency (NTA).

Q. What is the exam date of NEET 2021?

A. The NEET exam date is September 13, 2021.

Q. When will NTA release the admit card for NEET?

A. The admit card for NEET releases 15 days before the exam date in the online mode.

Q. Who conducts the counselling for NEET 2021?

A. The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) conducts NEET counselling 2021 for admission to 15% AIQ, deemed/central universities, ESIC/AFMS, AIIMS and JIPMER institutes through NEET scores 100% seats. However, several state counselling authorities have done the NEET 2021 for 85% of state quota seats and all seats in private colleges.

Q. Will there be a change in NEET 2021 syllabus?

A. No, as per the Ministry of Education, NEET 2021 syllabus will remain unchanged.

Q. Will the NEET exam 2021 be conducted online?

A. No, as per the notification by NTA, NEET 2021 will be conducted offline, that is, pen-paper based mode.

Q. What is the application fee for the NEET 2021 exam?

A. These are the application fees for the NEET exam.
General category: Rs. 1500.
OBC-NCL and General-EWS: Rs. 1400.
SC/ST/PWD/transgender: Rs. 800.

Q. What is the marking scheme for the NEET exam?

A. Applicants will be allotted four marks for every correct response. At the same time, one mark will be deducted for each incorrect answer made by them. There will be no deductions if you leave any questions unanswered. To check the complete NEET 2021 Exam pattern, Click Here

Q. What to do if I misplaced my NEET admit card?

A. Don’t worry if you have misplaced your NEET 2021 admit card. You can again download your admit card from the official website by logging into the applicant portal.

Q. Where can I check my NEET 2021 result?

A. Once released, applicants can visit the official website to check their NEET 2021 results.

Q. Can I appear for NEET exams if I have a year gap between classes 11 & 12?

A. Yes, you can appear for NEET exams with a year gap. Delhi High Court revoked the previously set out amendment by the MCI wherein candidates with a year gap can appear for NEET.

Q. Do or die chapters for NEET 2021?

A. Do or die chapters for NEET 2021 – Knowing NEET 2021 do or die chapters will help students in their aim to crack the test.
Biology chapter-wise weightage for NEET.
> Chapter: Human Physiology – 20% (Weightage out of 100)
> Chapter: Structural Organisation in Animals and Plants – 9% (Weightage out of 100)
> Chapter: Plant Physiology – 6% (Weightage out of 100)
> Chapter: Cell Structure and Function – 5% (Weightage out of 100)
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Q. How many hours do Neet toppers study?

A. A. Toppers generally stick to a schedule with an average of 6 hours of self-study every day. But its no depend on how many hours you study it’s 7 hours or 10 hours, it depends on how much you learn in an hour. If you want to crack NEET 2021 exam and want to score 600+marks with toppers & the best faculty study material, here is the chance to crack the NEET 2021 exam with NEET Achiever Pack.

Q. Can I crack NEET in the first attempt?

A. Although the number changes every year, most students (around 60-70%) crack the NEET exam on the first attempt. This is a dedicated focus in studies, disciplined approach, regular classes, and to some extent, the fear of wasting an extra year for NEET preparation.

Q. Is NCERT Biology enough for NEET?

A. For the most part, the answer is yes. You don’t have to refer to any additional/extra book for Biology; NCERT is enough and sufficient to crack it and score 300+ easily.

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