Neet exam happened last Sunday on this last Sunday i.e.,17th and the overall difficulty of the NEET UG 2022 exam was moderate compared to the previous year. The level of difficulty in physics has not changed compared to the previous year. At the same time, chemistry and biology were tougher than the previous year. However, there was something new in the paper as more assertive questions were asked.
The NEET Cut-off score is generally issued by the National Testing Agency. For each category, the NEET qualifying percentile score is assumed to remain similar. According to current trends, the projected cut-off score for NEET 2022 is 40% for students from the reserved category, 45% for PH candidates, and 50% for general category candidates. Last year, the general category's NEET qualifying marks for 2021 ranged from 138 to 720, while the OBC/SC/ST categories' qualifying marks ranged from 108 to 137.
NEET 2022 Expected Cut-off Score
NEET 2022 Expected Cut-off Percentile
OBC/ SC/ ST
General - PH
OBC/ SC/ ST- PH
Subject Wise Analysis :
Difficulty Level - Easy to Moderate
The majority of questions were based on statements, facts, and tables from NCERT.
A misprint in one of the questions prevented it from identifying the right response.
The statements were taken directly from NCERT with no modifications.
There were only 11 numerical questions in the test, and most of them were theoretical.
60 percent of the questions were in the numerical category, which is slightly less than the exam from the previous year.
The chapter Oscillations contained some questions that were somewhat difficult.
There were no questions that went beyond NCERT in the physics section, which was entirely based on NCERT.
Section B contained some questions that were somewhat challenging.
Two questions, one in Section A and one in Section B, used the Matrix-Match Type pattern and required additional time to answer.
Paper was not as long as it was the previous year and can easily be finished in time.
Moderate to difficult in terms of difficulty
Some of the questions were challenging and seemed complex.
Only NCERT textbooks were used for the questions. Some of the questions were simple citations from the text.
With a few questions that were concept-based, the questions were mostly factual in nature.
2 questions from Living World and Anatomy of Flowering Plants were wrong.
The paper was quite long because so many of the questions required big statements, which took time to complete.
Level of Difficulty: Moderate
Zoology The paper was long.
Some questions had the impression of being simple at first, but they were twisted and required accuracy and attention to the keywords.
Some questions from Biomolecules and Biotechnology and its Applications that went beyond NCERT were a surprising elements.
NCERT Textbooks were used for the majority of the questions.
Eight of the questions were based on chapters in biotechnology, which had a strong dominance.
Although the paper was heavily centered on NCERT, two to three questions seemed to be interconnected and required a thorough comprehension of ideas.
How to calculate the NEET cut-off 2022 Percentile?
Students can calculate NEET scores using the answer keys shared by the NTA. Students can match their answers with the answers on the NEET2022 answer key. 4 points will be awarded for each correct answer, and 1 point will be deducted for each incorrect answer. Questions that are unanswered or have multiple answers are not counted and points are not awarded.
Students can use the NEET score and NEET topper score for that particular year to calculate the NEET percentage.
NEET Percentile = NEET Score *100/ Topper’s NEET Score
By analyzing previous NEET scores and rankings we made category-wise cut-offs:
NEET previous years marks and percentile trends:
Telangana NEET Cut-off 2022 (Expected) for MBBS and BDS
Telangana NEET Cut-off 2022 (Expected) for MBBS:
Private & NRI Quota:
Telangana NEET Cut-off 2022 (Expected) for BDS
Private & NRI Quota:
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