Sep 12, 2021
With the nationwide conduction of the NEET PG 2021 on 11th September, phase one of the expedition has successfully come to an end. Now, before the focus shifts to the upcoming chapters of the answer key, results, counseling, and lots more, we have a detailed analysis of the exam that awaits your attention.
It aims at helping the NEET PG 2021 aspirants compare their impressions, conclusions, and experience with their competitors. It further enables the future aspirants to plan their preparation journey based on facts, and not their opinions and interests.
We conducted a survey and recorded the answers obtained from 15,000+ students who appeared for the exam.
Here's the list of conclusions that we have drawn to help you understand things better:
According to the analysis, 59.3% of the questions were clinical, 30.1% aimed at testing conceptual knowledge, and 10.6 % of the questions were one-liners.
Questions from commonly heard topics were made tough by confusing options and tricky clues.
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Time management plays a major role during an entrance exam. So we asked the candidates if the allotted time (3.5 hours) was sufficient to complete the test or not.
The good news is that the majority of the students (78.9%) were of the opinion that the allotted time was enough.
However, 21.1% of them stated that the given time was not enough to attempt all the questions.
72.1% of the candidates stated that they benefited from the All India NEET PG PrepTest by PrepLadder.
Nothing gives us more joy than the contentment our app users experience while discovering familiar questions on exam day. The dream team has yet again paved the way for turning many, many beautiful dreams into reality.
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