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JammuNEET-UG (2024) Subject-Wise Question Paper Analysis by Aakash Institute

NEET-UG (2024) Subject-Wise Question Paper Analysis by Aakash Institute


Tawi: On 5th May, almost more than 24 lakh candidates appeared in the NEET-UG (2024) – a test through which admissions to the major medical courses like MBBS and BDS in AIIMS, JIPMER, and other medical colleges in will be sought. Let's take a look at the subject-wise question paper analysis prepared by the experts at the Aakash Institute.NEET-UG (2024) was conducted in pen-and-paper mode. The question paper, which was majorly NCERT-based, comprised 4 subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology. The total marks stood at 720 whereas the duration of the test was 200 minutes. Each subject consisted of two sections: Section A, with 35 questions, and Section B, with 15 questions. Out of the 15 questions in Section B, you had to attempt any 10. However, it's vital to remember that correct options marked will earn you 4 marks, while each incorrect answer will deduct 1 mark. Unattempted questions will neither gain nor cost you any marksIn conclusion, the NEET-UG (2024) subject-wise question paper analysis conducted by Aakash Institute offers valuable insights into the nature of the exam. The analysis underscores the importance of a comprehensive preparation strategy that encompasses not only NCERT textbooks but also extends beyond them. This analysis will definitely help the future NEET aspirants in their preparation.

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