Admit cards are expected to be available from the first week of April 2018. NEET hall ticket will be allotted to aspirants who have successfully registered for the exam and can be downloaded from the official website.
Along with passport sized photographs, aspirants also need to bring a hard copy of the hall ticket to the examination center, failing which, they might not be allowed to appear for the exam.
NEET Last year Paper Analysis
The Question Paper is based on the Physics, Chemistry and Biology syllabus of class XI & XII. There is a total of 180 questions, of 4 marks each. Read on for a brief Paper Analysis
Overall, class XI and XII syllabus were given equal weight last year.
Biology is usually a saving grace for students as it tends to be easier than the other two subjects. Last year, Botany had more questions from the XI class syllabus while Zoology had more questions from the XII class syllabus.
The Chemistry section is moderately difficult with several applications based questions.
Physics is generally the toughest section in the paper and, also, the most time-consuming owing to lengthy and tedious calculations. Last year’s paper had more questions from the Class XI syllabus.
The 2017 exam had a lot of questions from NCERT so the paper was not very difficult to ace.