Hyderabad: Students and experts said the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (Neet) for admission into medical and dental bachelors’ courses appeared to be easier than last year. Most students said the physics paper took the most time.
Neet was conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) across the nation.
A zoology lecturer said, “There are two questions which were outside the designated syllabus regarding artificial kidney that many students could not answer, as it was more on the application side. Those two marks could become a major factor in deciding ranks.”
Student, B. Shivani, said the paper was of moderate difficulty. “The physics paper appeared lengthy. In the other subjects there were some questions where there was ambiguity.”
Experts said the cut-off might be in the range of 130 to 140 marks. It would vary between college.
Neet is conducted for admission into all medical and dental colleges across the country except the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research (JIPMER) which have their own entrance tests. The Neet score here is considered for counselling for admission into MBBS and BDS....