NEET Cut off 2020: Expected cutoff to be 600, know what experts say

Ground Report | News Desk | National Eligibility Test Low Entrance Test (NEET) was conducted on Sunday for admission in medical colleges across the country.

As per the reports some of Organic’s questions in chemistry were disturbing. Candidates were to answer 180 questions in three hours.

For each correct answer, the candidates were given four marks. At the same time, one mark will be deducted for the wrong answer. 45-45 questions were asked in Physics and Chemistry and 90 from Biology.

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Cutoff expected to be 600: Vipin Kumar

Medical examination specialist Gol director Vipin Kumar and deputy director Ranjay Kumar, said that the physics questions were easier than the previous time.

In Physics, 11 to 17 questions and 12 to 28 questions have been asked.

7 questions from Mechanics, 4 questions from Heat and Thermodynamics and 2 questions from SHM and Waves, 1 question from Gravitation, 3 questions from Unit and Measurement, 12 questions from Electrostatistics, 4 questions from Optics and 12 questions from Modern.

All the questions of Biology have been asked from NCERT.

According to Vipin Kumar, this time the cutoff can cross 600 in the normal range. There may be less of others.

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