NEET 2016: Aspirants find NEET Phase II paper difficult conducted on July 24.

The NEET Phase II was conducted on July 24, 2016. According to the aspirants, the NEET Phase II paper was difficult. The aspirants were also of the opinion that majority of the questions were from the NCERT. According to the students the  physics and chemistry parts tough. The students also claimed that some questions were from outside the syllabus. The chemistry & biology section had questions out of the syllabus and difficult. The Neet (Phase-II) was more difficult than NEET (Phase-1) rather than being of the same level. The aspirants felt that board has done injustice with the students by setting the Phase-II paper difficult than Phase-I paper. Both the papers should have been of the same level.

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Aspirants were required to appear for the NEET 2016 Entrance Test. The paper will consist of one paper containing 180 objective type questions (four options with single corect answer) from Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany & Zology) to be answered on the specially designed machine-gradable shet using Bal Point Pen provided by CBSE at centre only. The duration of test was of 03 hours.
National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test-I (UG), 2016 is applicable for admissions to the All India Quota Seats. (i) State Government Quota Seats where the State Government concerned so opts. (i) Private/Management/NRI Quota Seats in al Private Medical / Dental Colleges or any Private/Demed University.

About 4.7 lakh have registered to appear for the examination at various centres . About 90 per cent of 4.75 lakh candidates who had registered for the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) II exam for admission to medical and dental colleges took the test on Sunday in 56 cities across the country. According to the the official sources said that the exam was conducted at 739 centres in 56 cities. Strict vigil was maintained at all centres and no untoward incident was reported, the source said. To ensure smooth and fair conduct of examination, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had made elaborate arrangements and besides CBSE officials, more than 2,000 observers were deputed. All state governments supported CBSE by deputing security forces at the centres, sources said. The combined result of NEET-I and NEET-II will be declared by August 17.

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