NEET PG exam analysis (Day 1, Session 1)
The Morning session of NEET PG exam held on December 5th 2016 elicited mixed responses.
PrepLadder is here with the Detailed Exam Analysis of the Morning session of the first day of NEET PG.
PrepLadder is the first platform to bring forward the Detailed Exam Analysis of NEET PG exam conducted in the Morning session on December 5th 2016.
Exam Analysis has been compiled based on genuine reviews of examinees appearing in the Morning session on December 5th 2016.
Read On to Know the Detailed Exam Analysis…
Detailed Exam Analysis of NEET PG – December 5th 2016 Morning Session
Here is the Detailed Exam Analysis of the Morning Session of December 5th 2016 paper:
1. Overall Difficulty Level – Moderate
The Morning session was moderate difficulty.
While some candidates reported that the exam was difficult, majority of candidates appearing in the Morning session stated that the exam was of Moderate Difficulty level.
Overall, the morning session exam stood at ‘Moderate level’ based on the opinions of majority of examinees.
2. Deciders/High-Weight Age Subjects
Deciders or the subjects that could bring a substantial difference to your overall ranking were mostly Pre-Clinical Subjects.
Pre-Clinical Subjects carried a lot of weight age in the Morning session exam.
Highest number of questions appeared from Pathology followed by Physiology, Pharmacology, Obstetrics & Gynecology.
Among short subjects, Orthopedics carried very high weight age.
3. Low Weight Age Subjects
Subjects which carried considerably low weight age in the Morning session were ENT, Forensic Medicine and Surgery.
4. Pattern of Questions
Examinees stated that majority of the questions in the Morning session were ‘One Liners’.
NBE once again did not include clinical questions.
5. Image-Based Questions – Considerable Weight Age
Image-Based questions carried a considerable weight age in the Morning session.
As many as 30+ Image-Based questions appeared in the morning session.
6. Distribution of Questions
Questions have been classified into 3 different categories based on student reviews.
Distribution of Questions is as follows:
No. of Questions
Major Highlights of December 5th 2016 – Morning Session
Direct Questions from PrepLadder’s Mock Test Series & Recent All India NEET PG Mock Exam
The major highlight of the Morning Session of NEET PG exam held on December 5th 2016 was that as many as 20+ questions appeared directly from PrepLadder’s Premium Test Series and 7 Questions appeared from the PrepLadder Free All India NEET PG Mock Exams.
Candidates expressed their gratitude as to how PrepLadders’ Mock Test Series and All India Mock Exam provided them an added advantage and helped them stay ahead in the competition.
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We hope that the analysis will give you an idea about what to expect in NEET PG in the upcoming days.
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