NEET 2016 Phase 2 Analysis by Aakash:The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) Phase 2 was conducted on July 24, 2016, by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for admissions to 15% All-India Quota seats in Government medical and dental colleges, along with admissions to central, private and deemed medical colleges and universities. The coveted medical entrance test was conducted in one slot between 10am and 1pm.
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NEET 2 is the second phase of the NEET 2016 test, which accommodated students who had previously either opted for state or private medical entrance tests and even those who were not confident about their NEET Phase 1 (Previously AIPMT 2016) test. As per the expert analysis from one of the leading coaching institute- Aakash Institute, the test was easier and on similar patterns of NEET 1. NEET 2016 Phase 2 exam allayed fears of many candidates as the paper turned out to be easy on them and strictly followed the NCERT syllabus.
Careers360 here brings NEET Phase 2 Exam Analysis by Expert, where Mr. Aakash Chaudhry, Director, Aakash Educational Services Pvt. Ltd., shares his overall and section wise breakdown of the test.
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According to Mr. Chaudhary, overall NEET-2 paper was on lines of AIPMT (NEET-1) which was conducted in May this year. Student, who would have studied and prepared well for NEET-2 using NCERT and other noted reference books for AIPMT (NEET-1), would have fared well. Section wise analysis is given below:
Physics: Physics NEET (Phase-II) was calculative. Concepts were tough and calculations were lengthy. 22 questions were from class XI and 23 were from class XII. The Question paper was on the tougher side, and all the concepts were not entirely from NCERT level.
Chemistry: The questions of Chemistry in NEET (Phase-II) were more standard than the NEET-I (2016). Some questions were out of the syllabus and beyond the scope of the NCERT books. Numerals were formula based and were easy. One question had two options correct (Code-AA, Q.67). The entire syllabus was not covered and it missed some of the chapters like Chemistry in Everyday Life, Environmental Chemistry etc.
Biology: In this section, the paper was of standard type. It covered the class XI and class XII topics in a balanced manner. The important chapters were covered entirely. The questions were a mix of simple, average, and difficult type. Some of the questions were beyond the NCERT (restriction endonuclear making blunts end cut). It must have been perceived well among the student who had prepared well for it.
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