NEET 2021 Paper Analysis by Allen: The Exam Analysis will provide you a complete idea of what sort of exam it was. As you know that the NEET 2021 Entrance Exam is a national level exam. Hence, you need to prepare really well to clear it. However, after the completion of the exam, the students get curious to know about their performances. So, to calm down your anxiety and stress, Allen Kota releases the NEET Exam Analysis. The NEET 2021 Paper Analysis by Allen comprise all the details regarding the examination. In short, it simplifies the pattern and scheme of the exam in a simple way. Hence, in this article, you will get to know the overall and sectional difficulty level of the exam, and other important things.

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NEET 2021 Paper Analysis by Allen

The National Testing Agency is the main conducting body of the NEET Exam 2021. In addition, the entrance exam is expected to be conducted on 02nd May 2021. However, no official date has been announced by the authorities. Moreover, due to COVID-19, a lot of changes in the paper are expected. The dates can also be revised from time to time. So, keep checking concerning websites for updates.

EventsImportant Dates (Tentative)
NEET 2021 Exam02nd May 2021
Availability of Answer key– 2nd week of May 2021 –
Declaration of Result– 1st week of June 2021 –
Starting of Counselling– 2nd week of June 2021 –

NEET Paper Analysis by Allen (Overall)

In this section, we will be providing complete details about the Allen Coaching Institute regarding the Exam Analysis. Hence, soon after the completion of the exam, the leading institute will release the exam analysis of the NEET 2021 Question Paper. In this section, we will provide the difficulty level of the exam, question format, etc.

Allen NEET Paper Analysis 2021 (Sectional)

In this section, we will provide a section-wise paper analysis of the NEET 2021 Question Paper. The Question Paper is divided into three sections- Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. We will provide a sectional analysis of the NEET subject topics.

NEET Student’s Reaction 2021

On the day of the NEET Entrance Exam, we will provide student reactions to the candidates who are appearing for the exam. We will also give you the latest updates about the NTA Instructions and Checking Methodology etc. Through the reactions, candidates will be able to refer to the thinking of other students about the exam. If the exam will be extremely difficult then the checking will be loose.

NEET Paper Analysis by Other Coaching Institutes

Soon after the completion of the exam, coaching institutes such as Akash, Career Point also release the paper analysis for the NEET 2021. Well, you can get the links to check the Exam Analysis by following Coaching Institutes –

NEET Official and Unofficial Answer Key by the NTA and Coaching Institutes

Candidates who are appearing in the exam or will be appearing in the next year can check the Answer key provided here. The Answer key of NEET 2021 is released in different codes for the candidates. The Official NEET Solution Key pdf is released after a week of the exam. Whereas, the unofficial answer key will be available by the coaching institutes soon after the exam. The Allen Institute publish the Answer key on its website after the exam.

NEET 2020 Paper Analysis by Allen

  • The NEET Paper Analysis in the form of a video subject-wise as released by the institute. Check out the subject-wise paper analysis video below.
  • NEET Paper Analysis by Allen indicates the level of questions, topic-wise distribution, and the standard of questions for each section. – Check Allen NEET Question Paper 2020 Analysis

NEET Subject-Wise Paper Analysis Videos

The paper analysis video of each of the subjects has been released through videos. Check out the paper analysis videos below.




NEET 2020 Schedule

EventsScheduled Dates
starting date of registration2nd December 2019
last date of registration1st January 2020
Re-Opening of Form Submission3rd to 9th Feb 2020
NEET Exam Date26th July 2020

13th September 2020

Declaration of NEET Result16th October 2020

NEET Previous Year Exam Analysis by Allen Institute

The NEET Exam 2019 was held on 5th May 2019 from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Hence, To appear for the exam, candidates had to follow strict NEET Exam Guidelines and NEET 2019 Dress Code. By Qualifying for the NEET 2019 Exam, candidates will get admission in different MBBS, BDS, and AYUSH Courses. Therefore, please read the article carefully.

NEET Paper Analysis 2019 by Allen – Event Dates

EventsDates Scheduled 
Date of the NEET Exam 20195th May 2019 (2:00 pm to 5:00 pm)
Release of the Unofficial Answer key5th May 2019
NEET Phase II Entrance Exam20th May 2019
Phase II NEET Answer Key Declaration20th May 2019
Release of the NEET Exam Analysis by Allen InstituteReleased
Declaration of the Official NEET Answer Key 2019After 20th May 2019
NEET Result 2019 Release Date5th June 2019

Highlights of Allen Kota NEET 2019 Paper Analysis

In this article, we will be covering all the details regarding the NEET 2019 Entrance Exam. The paper analysis will give you a clear idea of the following-

  • Examination Pattern of NEET
  • NTA NEET Minimum Qualifying Percentile
  • Expected Minimum Cutoff Marks
  • NEET Question Paper and Answer Key
  • Previous Year NEET 2018 Exam Analysis (Sectional and Overall)
  • NEET MBBS/BDS Result 2019
  • and NEET Counselling 2019

Students Reaction for NEET 2019 Exam

This year, the National Testing Agency was conducting the NEET Entrance Exam. The exam Time was 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. This was for the first time that candidates came out happy after appearing the exam. Overall, the question paper was quite easy. In short, you can say that the exam paper was moderate.

Candidates rated the exam an average of 7 to 8 out of 10, which is surprisingly good. Candidates did express that, the Physics paper was not so difficult and it had maximum questions from NCERT only. An average of only 10 to 15 Questions was found to be tricky.

NEET Paper Analysis by Allen Institute – 20th May 2019

Check section-wise paper analysis here.

NEET Physics Paper Analysis

  • Paper was moderate to tough
  • Questions were based on NCERT Level
  • 3 to 5 Questions were tough and lengthy
  • 56 to 61 Marks were doable questions

NEET Exam Analysis by Allen Career Institute

NEET Chemistry Exam Analysis

NEET Chemistry Exam Analysis by Allen

NEET Biology Paper Analysis 2019

NEET Biology Paper Analysis by Allen

NEET Biology XII Paper Analysis by Allen

Biology Distribution of Questions XI and XII - Allen

Biology Paper Comparision 2019 - Phase I and II

NEET Exam Analysis by Allen Institute- 5th May 2019

On 5th May 2019, Allen Institute had released the exam analysis of Allen Institute. Here we have provided a complete exam analysis of the exam for the candidates. So, candidates if you have appeared in the exam or will be appearing NEET, then this analysis will be very beneficial.

Allen Physics Section Exam Analysis 2019

We will start with the Physics Exam Analysis by Allen first.

  • The Physics Section was insanely moderate.
  • Candidates were happy after attempting the questions.
  • There were 3 to 4 questions overall which were tricky and difficult.
  • Lastly, Questions were directly for NCERT.

Tabular Representation of the Physics Topics with Difficulty Level

Well, here you can get all the distribution of the questions that were available in the Physics portion. The topics that were included along with the difficulty level.

ClassesXIXIIXI and XII
TopicsMechanicsHeatSHM and WavesElectrodynamicsOpticsModern and ElectronicsTotal Topics

Class -Wise, Difficulty Level of the Questions, and Topic-Wise Distribution of Questions

NEET 2019 Paper Analysis by Allen (Pie-Representation)

  • As you can see that the majority of the questions were asked from the Class 12th Syllabus. Only based on the NCERT Pattern.
  • Only 6% of the whole section was difficult, which is quite shocking. Overall the paper was easy to moderate.
  • A Majority Number of Questions were asked from the Mechanics Part. Some candidates did say that Modern Physics had also maximum questions.

NEET 2019 Paper Analysis by Allen- Chemistry

  • The Chemistry Section was easy to moderate.
  • All the Questions were based on NCERT Example Questions and topics

Tabular Representation of NEET Chemistry Analysis by Allen 2019

ClassesOrganicInorganicPhysical ChemistryTotal Questions 

Class -Wise, Difficulty Level of the Questions, and Topic-Wise Distribution of Questions

NEET 2019 Paper Analysis by Allen- Chemistry

  • Majority of Questions were from Class XII Syllabus
  • 11% of the Section was found to be difficult
  • Overall the paper was quite easy (moderate).
  • Questions from Physics and Inorganic Chemistry was asked the most.

NEET 2019 Paper Analysis by Allen – Biology

  • The Biology Section is divided into two – Botany and Zoology
  • The Biology Section was the easiest one of all three.
  • Questions were asked directly for NCERT Syllabus.
  • Here will analyze the Biology section Class-wise.

Class XI Biology Paper NEET Analysis 2019

NEET biology 2019 analysis

Graphical Representation of Class XI Biology NEET Analysis

Graphical Representation of NEET XI Biology

Class XII Biology Paper NEET Analysis 2019

Class XII Biology NEET 2019 Analysis

Graphical Representation of Class XII Biology NEET Analysis

Graphical Representation of NEET XII Biology

NEET 2019 Paper Analysis by Allen – Class-Wise Distribution of Questions

Biology NEET 2019 Classwise Distribution of Questions

  • There was an equal distribution of questions between Class XI and XII

Level of Questions – NEET 2019 Biology

Biology Level of Questions in NEET 2019

NEET 2019 Minimum Qualifying and Cutoff Marks

The Cut-off marks are the minimum qualifying marks on the basis of which candidates will be selected for the further rounds. The minimum qualifying cut off marks will vary from category to category. Therefore, in order to qualify the exam, the candidate has to score the minimum qualifying set of marks that the National Testing Agency has provided. Thus, the NEET 2019 Minimum Qualifying Cutoff Marks is as follows-

CategoryMinimum Qualifying Percentile
General (UR Category)50th Percentile
OBC Category40th Percentile
SC/ ST (including PWD of SC/ ST/ OBC)40th Percentile
UR PWD45th Percentile

Expected NEET 2019 Cutoff Marks

UR and PH466-214
OBC and PH213-210
SC and PH2019-130
ST and PH213-118

NEET Paper Analysis – Question Paper and Answer Key

The NEET Question Paper is released soon after the completion of the exam. However, candidates can check the Previous Year Question Paper here on our page. The Question Paper is released Code-Wise in PDF Format. This shall help the candidates to download and analyze. The NEET MBBS/ BDS/ AYUSH Question Paper also benefit those candidates who are appearing for the NEET 2021.

Soon after the completion of the NEET Entrance Exam, NEET Answer Key will be available. Allen Kota is one of the leading Institute which will release the Answer Key. The Solution Key will be available in NEET OMR Sheet Format. Using the OMR Sheet, candidates can tally and evaluate their scores and get predicted results.

Other Institutes that will publish NEET Answer Keys are-

NEET 2018 Exam Analysis – Overall

The Exam was conducted on 6th May 2018 in the morning. In short, we have provided a detailed analysis of NEET 2018 here-

  • The Exam took place on 6th May 2018 (Morning).
  • Maximum Number of Questions were asked from Class XI Course Syllabus (NCERT)
  • Few Questions from Physics and Chemistry were tricky and lengthy.
  • Biology Section was easy. Questions were asked directly.
  • Overall, the Exam Paper was moderate to difficult.

NEET 2018 Exam Analysis – Section Wise

In this section, we have provided you section-wise exam analysis of the topics. We have also listed out how many questions were asked from which chapter and their difficulty level.

NEET Physics Section Exam Analysis 2018

TopicsMechanicsThermal PhysicsSHM and WavesOpticsElectrodynamicsModern and ElectronicsTotal Topics
  • Thus, a maximum number of questions were asked from Class XI Course Syllabus.
  • Equal Distribution of Moderate and Difficult Questions was asked in the exam.
  • Electrodynamics and Mechanics had the maximum number of questions.
  • Overall, the Physics Section was moderate to difficult.

NEET Chemistry Paper Analysis 2018

ClassesOrganic ChemistryInorganic ChemistryPhysical ChemistryTotal Questions
  • A total of 45 Questions were asked in the exam.
  • Maximum Number of Questions were asked from NCERT.
  • Around 24 questions were asked from Class XI Syllabus.
  • Thus, Maximum Questions were asked from Class XII Syllabus.
  • Overall, the Chemistry section was moderate.

NEET Biology (Botany and Zoology) Syllabus

  • In NEET 2018, the Biology Paper had 90 Questions. 45 Questions from Botany and 45 Questions from Zoology.
  • Overall, the Biology Paper was easy.
  • Few Questions were a little difficult.

Botany Paper Analysis


TopicsPlant DiversityAnatomy of PlantPlant MorphologyCell Biology and Cell DivisionBio-MoleculePlant PhysiologyPlant ReproductionGenetics and Bio-TechnologyEcologyTotal

NEET (Zoology) Paper Analysis 2018


ClassesXIXIIXI and XII
TopicsAnimal DiversityStructural Organization in AnimalsHuman PhysiologyHuman Reproduction and Reproductive HealthOrigin and EvolutionHuman Health and DiseasesTotal

After the NEET 2021 Exam, the Analysis by the Allen Institute will be out too. Candidates will be able to find all the live updates here. Further, if you have any other doubts, then comment down below.


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