NEET 2020 - Analysis , Question Paper & Solution

NEET 2020 Paper Analysis: The National Agency of Testing (NTA) conducted the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (Undergraduate) on Sunday, September 13, 2020, amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Here's a look at the paper analysis given by experts.

NEET 2020 question paper was divided into three sections -- Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany and Zoology) with 45 questions. In total there were 180 multiple choice questions holding the marks of 720.

Below is a detailed analysis of NEET 2020 exam


The Physics section was easy in comparison to previous years’ papers. About 30-40% of the questions were directly based on the NCERT textbook. Graphs, data as well as some statements were directly picked from the NCERT textbook. Calculations were comparatively easy. All the questions were from the prescribed NEET syllabus with absolutely no controversial questions. Mechanics dominated with 12 questions followed by Electricity with 9 questions and Modern Physics with eight questions. Overall, we can say, Physics was easy.


The Chemistry section was of easy to moderate difficulty level. All the questions were from the prescribed NEET syllabus and completely based on the NCERT textbooks. In fact, statements were directly picked from the NCERT textbook. Questions were straightforward and easy to comprehend. There was one controversial question with more than one correct answer. Overall, the Chemistry section was not lengthy and students should have completed this part in 40-45 minutes. With minimalistic calculations, an average student should have been able to attempt approximately 40 questions with ease, while others would have been able to attempt a minimum of 44 questions.


The Botany part was of high difficulty level in comparison to previous years. While 25 questions were tested from the class 11 syllabus, 18 questions were from the class 12 syllabus. There were two controversial questions with more than one correct answer. Although the majority of questions were within the prescribed syllabus and based on the NCERT textbook, two questions were beyond the NCERT. The questions were conceptual in nature and required great conceptual and application-based understanding. There were also a few fact-based questions. Plant Physiology dominated with nine questions followed by Ecology and Genetics with seven questions each. Overall, the Botany part was not lengthy and should have been completed in the stipulated time period.


The Zoology section was of moderate difficulty level with a few exceptions. Some questions were tricky and lost in the terminology. A couple of terms were also beyond the NCERT domain. The questions were multi-conceptual in nature and required incisive thinking and precision on the part of students. While two questions tested linguistic prowess, others required comprehension, application and synthesis to interpret the questions. Human Physiology dominated with 12 questions followed by Animal Husbandry & Biotechnology with 10 questions and Biomolecules with 6 questions. Overall, the questions were quite thought-provoking and required alertness of mind and critical approach.

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A quick look at the NEET exam analysis


  • Difficulty level - Easy in comparison to previous years.
  • About 30-40% questions directly based on the NCERT textbook.
  • Easy calculations.
  • Questions asked from the prescribed syllabus only.
  • No controversial questions.


  • Difficulty level Easy to Moderate
  • Physical Chemistry 16 Questions
  • Organic Chemistry 13 Questions
  • Inorganic Chemistry 16 Questions
  • All questions based on the NCERT textbook. Statements directly taken from the NECRT
  • textbooks.
  • Straightforward questions & easy to comprehend.
  • One controversial question with more than one correct answer.
  • Not lengthy. Students should have completed the Chemistry part within 45 minutes. Enough time for revision.
  • Barely a few calculations.
  • An average student should have been able to attempt approximately 40 questions with ease. While others could have attempted 44 questions.


  • Difficulty level was high in comparison to previous years
  • XI 25 questions & XII 18 questions
  • 2 controversial questions with more than one correct answer
  • Two questions were beyond the NCERT textbooks.
  • Majority of questions were conceptual in nature with a few fact-based questions as well
  • Not at all lengthy.


  • Difficulty level Moderate with a few exceptions.
  • Multi-conceptual questions requiring incisive thinking and precision.
  • Some questions were tricky & lost in the terminology.
  • A couple of terms beyond the NCERT domain.
  • Two questions required linguistic prowess.
  • Overall, the questions were quite thought-provoking requiring alertness of mind and critical approach.
  • Comprehension, application & synthesis required to interpret the questions.

NEET 2020 Exam Analysis: Overall easy exam



14 September, 2020, 11:32 am

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12 September, 2020, 6:53 pm

NEET Exam 2020 Tomorrow : Important Points To Check In Admit Card

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, NEET 2020, conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) would be held tomorrow – September 13, 2020. NTA, as a precaution against COVID-19, has changed the NEET exam centres for NEET 2020.

NEET 2020 is held for admission to undergraduate medical, dental and Aayush programmes. Earlier, the exam was held for all state and central medical and dental institutes except for AIIMS and JIPMER. However, the separate entrance exams for AIIMS and JIPMER have been discontinued from this year and all admissions will be held based on NEET UG ranks only.

The NEET-UG exam will be held for 3 hours' duration. The exam will be objective in nature and will be OMR-based.

NEET Exam 2020 Tomorrow: Important Instructions For Candidates

  • This Admit Card consists of three pages- Page 1 contains the Centre details and Self Declaration (Undertaking) form regarding COVID-19, page 2 has “Important instruction for candidates” and page 3 has “Advisory for candidates regarding COVID-19”. The candidate has to download all the pages.
  • As a precaution for COVID-19, the candidate must reach NEET Centre as indicated against Reporting/Entry time at Centre in the NEET Admit Card.
  • On completion of the NEET exam 2020, wait for instructions from invigilator and do not get up from your seat until advised. The candidates will be permitted to move out one at a time only.
  • Candidates are suggested to verify the location of examination venue, a day in advance so that they do not face any problem on the day of examination.
  • If religion/customs require you to wear specific attire, please visit Centre early for thorough checking and mandatory frisking.
  • No Candidate would be allowed to enter the Examination Centre, without Admit Card, Undertaking, Valid ID Proof and proper frisking. Frisking through Handheld Metal Detector (HHMD) attached with a long rod will be carried out without physical touching.
  • Before reaching the Centre, the candidates must enter required details in the Self Declaration (Undertaking) in legible handwriting, paste the Photograph, put Left- Hand Thumb Impression and Candidate’s Parent’s signature at the appropriate places. They should ensure that their Left- Hand Thumb Impression is clear and not smudged. The candidate has to put their signature on the day of examination in presence of the Invigilator in the examination Room/Hall.
  • PwD candidates must bring PwD certificate issued by the Competent Authority, if claiming relaxation under PwD category. The Scribe must also carry his/her own Self Declaration (Undertaking) regarding educational qualification, etc., passport size photograph, valid government identity and self-declaration (Undertaking) regarding COVID-19.
  • Duly filled Admit Card at the end of examination must be handed over to the Invigilator. Failure to do so may result in non-evaluation of your OMR answers sheet.
  • On completion of the test, candidates must hand over the OMR Sheet (both Original and Office Copy) to the Invigilator and take away only the Test Booklet with them.



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5 September, 2020, 11:34 am

NEET 2020 : Admit Card Released

The National Testing Agency or NTA has released the NEET 2020 Admit Cards. Students appearing in the NEET 2020 exam can now check the official - and download their NEET 2020 Admit Card.

A few days earlier, in an official notice, the agency said, “The downloading of Admit Cards indicating Roll Number, Test Centre Number & Address, Question Paper Medium, Reporting/ Entry Time and Gate Closing Time of Centre shall commence shortly.”

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Follow these steps to download NEET 2020 Admit Cards:

Step 1. Visit the official website of NTA NEET - - and click on NEET Admit Card download link.

Step 2. Click on ‘NEET admit card 2020’.

Step 3. Fill in the application number, date of birth and the security pin.

Step 4. Click ‘Submit. NEET Admit Card 2020 of will display on the screen.

Step 5. Download the NEET 2020 admit card and take a print out for future reference.

26 August, 2020, 1:23 pm

NEET Cut off 2019, 2018 (MBBS/BDS) : GEN, OBC, SC, ST, PwD, EWS

NEET cutoff MBBS/BDS marks- 2019, 2018

Category NEET cutoff percentile NEET MBBS/BDS qualifying marks (2019) NEET cutoff scores (2018)
Unreserved (UR) 50th 701-134 691-119
SC/ST/OBC 40th 133-107 118-96
Unreserved PH (UR-PH) 45th 133-120 118-107
SC/ST/OBC-PH 40th 119-107 106-96

How much marks required for NEET for 15% All India Quota seats

As mentioned before, for admission to 15% AIQ seats, aspirants must secure NEET 2020 AIQ cutoff as specified by NTA. It must be noted that the AIQ cutoff of NEET 2020 will be the same as the qualifying percentile.

NEET cut off scores for All India Quota seats has been mentioned in the table below, which is equivalent to the percentile.

NEET cutoff for 15% AIQ

Category General SC/ST/OBC General-PH
Cutoff scores (2019) 134 107 120
Cutoff scores (2018) 119 96 107

NEET cutoff for government medical colleges - AIQ

Name of Medical Colleges 2019 NEET closing rank 2018 NEET closing rank 2017 NEET closing rank 2016 NEET closing rank 2015 AIPMT closing rank
Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi 32 58 49 44 28
VMMC & Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi 157 107 82 106 56
University College of Medical Sciences, New Delhi 171 165 185 128 97
Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi 489 314 369 263 117
Government Medical College, Chandigarh 360 254 278 162 158
Seth G.S. Medical College, Mumbai 638 296 297 408 216
King George's Medical University, Lucknow 908 703 725 506 386
Stanley Medical College, Chennai 4572 3520 3,858 2,264 2,039
Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak 1825 1178 1,481 1,035 674
Grant Medical College and Sir JJ Group of Hospitals, Mumbai 1329 1122 1,018 408 565

NEET cut off for MBBS deemed universities

Name of college NEET 2019 closing ranks NEET 2018 closing ranks Quota
Sree Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Sciences, Puducherry 448593 453885 Management
Saveetha Medical College and Hospital, Kanchipuram 168249 711901 Management
B.L.D.E University, Bijapur 407951 614993 NRI
Yenepoya Medical College, Mangalore 137508 135581 Muslim minority
SBKS Med. Inst. and Res. Centre, Sumandeep Vidyapeeth 243082 125138 Jain minority

NEET cutoff for BDS deemed universities

Name of Medical Colleges NEET 2019 closing rank NEET 2018 closing rank Quota
Yenepoya Dental College, Yenepoya 463354 634449 Management
SRM Katt. Dental College and Hospital, Chennai 81164 316989 Management
KM Shah Dental College, Vadodara 675641 633535 Jain minority

NEET exam pass mark 2020 for 85% state quota seats

After 15% AIQ, the remaining 85% state quota seats will be allotted by respective state counselling committees on the basis of NEET 2020 state wise cutoff scores. The cut off of NEET 2020 for 85% state quota seats will be released by designated authorities after the completion of admission. The NEET 2020 state wise cutoff for state quota seats can be checked from the table below.

NEET MBBS/BDS cutoff for state quota seats

NEET Cutoff AP NEET Cutoff Rajasthan
NEET Cutoff Assam NEET Cutoff Meghalaya
NEET Cutoff Bihar NEET Cutoff Tripura
NEET Cutoff Chhattisgarh NEET Cutoff Telangana
NEET Cutoff Goa NEET Cutoff Tamil Nadu
NEET Cutoff HP NEET Cutoff Jharkhand
NEET Cutoff Haryana NEET Cutoff Uttarakhand
NEET Cutoff IPU NEET Cutoff UP
NEET Cutoff J&K NEET Cutoff West Bengal
NEET Cutoff Karnataka NEET Cutoff Gujarat
NEET Cutoff Kerala NEET Cutoff DU
NEET Cutoff Maharashtra NEET Cutoff Chandigarh
NEET Cutoff MP NEET Cutoff AMU
NEET Cutoff Odisha NEET Cutoff AFMC
NEET Cutoff Punjab --

NEET 2019 cutoff: category-wise qualified candidates

Category Registered Appeared Absent Qualified
OBC 677544 631473 46071 375635
SC 211303 193188 18115 99890
ST 96456 86210 10246 35272
UR 534072 499884 34188 286245
Total 1519375 1410755 108620 797042

NEET cut off 2019: Gender-wise qualified candidates

Gender Registered Appeared Absent Qualified
Male 680414 630283 50131 351278
Female 838955 780467 58488 445761
Transgender 6 5 1 3
Total 1519375 1410755 108620 797042

NEET 2019: Nationality-wise qualified candidates

Nationality Registered Appeared Absent Qualified
Indian 1516066 1408051 108015 795031
Foreigner 687 483 204 315
NRI 1884 1612 272 1209
OCI 675 552 123 441
PIO 63 57 6 46

NEET 2018 cutoff: category-wise qualified candidates

Category Qualified Candidates (By Obtaining NEET Cut off)
UR 2,68,316
OBC 3,27,575
SC 87,311
ST 31,360

NEET 2018 cutoff: Gender-wise qualified candidates

Gender Registered Candidates Appeared Candidates Qualified Candidates (By Obtaining NEET Cut off)
Male 5,80,649 5,53,849 3,12,399
Female 7,46,075 7,16,072 4,02,162
Transgender 1 1 1
Total 13,26,725 12,69,922 7,14,562

NEET 2018: Nationality-wise qualified aspirants

Nationality Registered Candidates Appeared Candidates Qualified Candidates (By Obtaining NEET Cut off)
Indian 1323673 1267229 712635
Foreigner 621 518 324
NRI 1,842 1,651 1,200
OCI 529 461 367
PIO 60 55 36


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