NEET Students Reaction 2019: Candidates have appeared the exam on 20th May 2019, can check the student’s analysis here. The exam is taking place on Odisha, Karnataka, and Siliguri. Around 42, 000 candidates have appeared the exam in Odisha and around 450 candidates have appeared the exam from Karnataka State. The NEET 2019 Exam took place from 10 am to 1:00 pm. This year, as per the media reports, we have to got know that around 12 to 15 Lakhs have applied for the exam. However, the examination took place in over 154 Cities across India.
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On 5th May 2019, NEET Exam will take place (2:00 pm to 5:00 pm). Candidates are finally going to put all their hard work in the paper. In this article, we will be providing complete details regarding the NEET 2019 Live Updates, Exam Analysis, Students Reaction, etc. This article can be also helpful for those candidates who will be appearing for NEET 2020 Exam. So, read the article very carefully.
NEET Student’s Reaction 2019 – (20th May 2019)
- On 20th May 2019, the National Testing Agency conducted the NEET Entrance Exam for Odisha, Karnataka, and Siliguri State.
- Around 42, 000 candidates had appeared the exam in Odisha and 450 from Karnataka.
- The Exam Timings were different. It was conducted from 10 am to 1:00 pm.
- In Odisha, the Entrance Exam was conducted in 8 districts.
- Candidates who appeared the Exam in Bhubaneswar Region said that the exam was moderate.
- Questions were NCERT based and they found Physics and Chemistry to be quite tough.
- The checking panel was strict. The expected cutoff for Odisha Government College is around 543 to 645 as per the experts.
NEET Student Reaction 2019 – Post Exam (5th May 2019)
The paper was not that much difficult. Physics was theoretical. Most of the questions were from NCERT. Physics had many questions from Modern Physics section. According to the candidates, questions in the examination conducted by NTA was easier than examination conducted by CBSE.
- Shubhangi: Biology was easiest and Chemistry was difficult.
- Honey: Overall the exam was good. Biology was the easiest whereas Physics was tough.
- Varsha: Paper was very easy. Chemistry & biology was easy. Physics was the toughest.
- Ashif: Physics was toughest, Chemistry was easy.
- Omkar: Physics was moderate. Chemistry & Biology was easy.
- 1:30 PM – Gates has been closed and the exam timing is 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM.
- 1:15 PM – Guards are making the final call to the candidates for the entry.
- 1:00 PM – Gate will be closed on 1:30 PM after which no candidate will get permission to enter inside the exam hall.
- 12:20 PM – Guards are checking the required documents and then allowing the candidates to enter inside the gate.
- 12:00 PM – Gate has been opened for the entry of the candidates. Guards are giving instructions to make a queue.
- 11:45 AM – More and more candidates are reaching at the exam centre. Some of them are with their parents.
- 11:18 AM – The temperature is raising here, it is quite difficult to wait outside the exam centre.
- 11:00 AM – Candidates are reaching at the examination centre for appearing in the examination.
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NEET 2019 Examination Details
NEET stands for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test. This is one of the largest entrance examinations for Admission into Undergraduate Medical, Dental, B.Sc Nursing, AH (Medical) and AYUSH courses. The National Testing Agency is responsible for conducting the exam. The Exam will take place on 5th May 2019 (Sunday). Around 15 Lakh candidates are appearing the exam. The Exam will take place in over 154 cities in more than 300 Exam Centers across India.
Check – NEET OMR Sheet 2019
General NEET Students Reaction 2019
In this section, we will update the responses of the candidates and feedback of the exam regarding the exam. We will update it as soon as the exam is completed.
NEET 2019 Students Reaction- Pre Exam
Here, in this section, we will provide the Students Reaction before appearing the exam, expected difficulty level analysis, etc.
- Nearly, 13 Lakh Candidates are appearing the exam this year. The exam timings are from 2 to 5 pm.
- More than 200 NEET aspiring candidates fail to reach the examination center due to delay in the arrival of Hampi Express.
- In Bengaluru, Exam Center, candidates who had brought only one picture along with them, were rushing to get their photo clicked.
- The Exam Centers had arranged a photographer to click an instant photo and allow the students to complete other formalities.
NTA NEET Students Reaction – Post Exam
This section will comprise of the Student’s feedback and reaction after the exam. We will also update students advise of how to Prepare for NEET 2020 Exam.
- NEET 2019 Exam has been postponed for Odisha State Candidates as per the request of State Government.
- The Revised Dates for the Exam will be announced soon. This Notification has been tweeted a minutes ago by ANI.
- The Official Notification by NTA will be published soon on the website. The Date of the Exam for other states remains the same.
Latest Update by NTA Before the Exam
On 3rd May 2019, the NTA has released an Advisory Notice for the candidates who are appearing for the exam. Recently, the NTA has also changed the examination center of a few states due to General Lok Sabha Elections and other unavoidable causes. The Notice includes the following information –
- Any Unfair Means performed by the applicant can cause rejection of the candidature.
- The Reporting Time to the Center is 12:00 Noon and the Gate Closing Time is 1:30 pm.
- To check all the details available on the Hall Ticket.
- The Exam will take place from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
- Carry your Admit card with photo affixed on it, Passport Photo to be pasted on the Attendance, Valid ID Proof, and PWD Certificate (if applicable).
- No Items such as Stationery, Electronic Gadgets, and Food Items are allowed to the Exam Hall.
- Candidates have to follow the Dress Code for the Exam. Candidates with customary dresses have to reach the Exam Hall an hour before the reporting time.
- Diabetic Students can carry eatables and medicine such as Sugar Tablets, Fruits, etc.
- Black Ball Point Pen will be provided at the center.
- Candidates must check the Test Booklet properly. Fill in the details carefully before attempting questions.
- You cannot leave the examination hall until the exam is over.
NEET Exam Postpone Chances Due to Cyclone Fani
Due to the Cyclone Fani Affected in many regions, the NSUI has requested to reschedule the exam for the student from these affected regions. However, the NTA has changed the exam centers, but, the situations have become worse, as there is no electricity nor water supply. Stay Tuned to get the updates and notifications.
NEET 2018 Entrance Examination Statistics
Last Year, around 13.6 Lakh Candidates had registered for the exam, out of which around 11 Lakh Candidates have appeared the exam. Around 530 candidates were Overseas Citizens of India, 1842 were Non-Resident Indian, and 621 were Foreigners. Transgenders had also appeared the exam. CBSE NEET 2018 Exam took place in over 136 cities in 225 Exam Centers in India.
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NEET 2019 Students Reaction – Exam Day Guidelines
Before we start to update you with the NEET UG Students Reaction 2019, let us take a look at the Exam Day Guidelines. So, before you head out to the NEET 2019 Exam Centre, please check the given below instructions carefully.
- The NEET Examination Centre will be opened 2 Hours before the commencement of the exam. The details of the exam timings will be mentioned on the NEET 2019 Admit Card. Therefore, go through the Admit Card details carefully.
- Candidates must follow the NEET 2019 Dress Code in order to appear the exam.
- No Entry is allowed after 1:30 pm. Therefore, we advise you to reach the center an hour before the gate closing.
- You need to show your hall ticket at the examination to get an entry. The Admit Card will be checked by the Invigilator to confirm the identity of the candidate
- Candidates must bring the required documents to the exam hall. Each desk will comprise of a Roll Number of Candidate. Therefore, the candidates must check their seats carefully.
- Before you start to attempt the questions, please go through the instructions carefully and fill in the details in the OMR Sheet.
- Please check the number of pages of the test booklet. The Test booklet must contain the same number of pages as mentioned on the cover of the test booklet.
- You will be provided only one OMR Sheet to attempt. Therefore, mark the answers carefully.
- You cannot leave the examination center before the conclusion of the exam. Candidates must handover the OMR Sheet to the invigilator before exiting the exam hall.
Check – NEET 2019 Exam Day Guidelines
NEET 2019 Exam Pattern
The Examination Pattern of NTA NEET Exam 2019 is as follows-
|Date of the Exam||5th May 2019 (Sunday)|
|Timing of the Exam||2:00 pm to 5:00 pm|
|Time Duration||3 Hours|
|Language Mode||English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Oriya, Kannada, and Urdu|
|Sections||Physics, Chemistry, and Biology (Each Section carries 45 Questions except Biology – 90 Questions)|
|Total Questions||180 Questions|
|Total Marks||720 Marks|
|Marking Scheme||4 marks for a correct answer and -1 mark for the wrong answer|
Check- NEET 2019 Exam Pattern
NEET Unofficial Answer key 2019, will be released by the leading institutes. However, the Official NEET 2019 Answer Key will be available after a week of the exam.
The NEET Result 2019 will be released on 5th June 2019. The Result will be available online. Hence, on the basis of the NEET Cutoff Marks 2019, NEET Merit List 2019 will include the list of the qualified candidates for NEET 2019 Counselling. If you have any queries regarding the exam, then please comment on the section below.