NTA NEET Exam 2020 Paper analysis Physics complexity biology easy

NTA NEET exam 2020 Paper analysis Physics complexity biology easy
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NTA NEET exam 2020 Paper analysis Physics complexity biology easy. Physics troubled the entrance examination for admission in medical college on Sunday. After leaving the examination at five o’clock in the evening, the candidates who came out of the examination centers said that the Physics paper was harder than Biology. Many questions were confusing and lengthy. According to the examiners, the paper was mediocre.

NTA NEET Exam 2020 paper analysis Physics complexity biology easy

Students said that the physics questions were difficult. Numerical questions were asked more. At the same time, another candidate said that 24 easy in physics, 21 difficult, 25 easy in chemistry and 20 difficult and 49 easy in biology and 41 difficult questions. One candidate said that this time physics questions were of calculative level.

UP: Better student attendance, uproar at many centers, better attendance

of students coming to take NEET exam in UP and other districts including Lucknow. In Lucknow itself, 87.7 percent of the candidates gave the paper. However, in view of the chaos at many examination centers, the students created a ruckus. More than a dozen candidates could not take the exam at MPB Public School in Malihabad. Angry examinees also created a ruckus. Candidates said that despite reaching the center in rural areas and showing the Google location wrong, he reached the center at one o’clock. Despite this, he was not given admission at the center. There was an uproar among the students regarding this.

Uttarakhand: Examination special train vacated from Moradabad to Doon The examination special train

run for NEET candidates came from Moradabad to Dehradun. Examiners could not get information about the running of this train. The railways shared the information about the special train a day in advance. At the time of return, 12 candidates have gone by train from Doon. Special train was run for the candidates of NEET examination. The train reached Dehradun station at 8.30 am on Sunday. Here the railway had made all preparations in view of the safety of the candidates, but the train reached empty. The train returned to Moradabad at seven thirty in the evening. At the time of return, 12 candidates left the train.

West Bengal: Metro proved helpful for NEET candidates

The Kolkata Metro resumed on Sunday after the Kolkata Metro service was suspended for nearly six months due to the Corona epidemic. The resumption of the metro service came as a relief for NEET candidates and their parents. Students appeared in queues with their parents outside the metro stations before ten o’clock. Meters played an important role in getting the students to their centers ahead of time.

Tamil Nadu: Extensive protests against NEET amid exams

Various student organizations and political parties staged a massive demonstration across the state to protest against the exams held on Sunday, the very next day after three Tamil Nadu students committed suicide. However, the examination continued during this time. Police in Madurai detained 30 protesters attempting to disrupt the vehicular movement in Narimedu by blocking the road. The protesters were demanding cancellation of NEET exam. In view of the demonstrations taking place in the state, the police had further increased security around NEET examination centers.