NEET Post Graduate 2018 Answer Key, Analysis, Question Paper & Cut Off
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January 11 2018
NBE (National Board of Examinations) have successfully organized NEET Post Graduate 2018 on January 7. Those who pass the exam will be applicable for admissions in about 350 medical colleges (both govt and private).
NBE organizes NEET Post Graduate in the computer-based method, therefore, no official NEET Post Graduate response key will be announced.
NEET Post Graduate 2018 Response Key – Non-disclosure Agreement
As per the non-disclosure agreement mentioned in official brochure NEET PG is organized by National Board of Examinations (NBE). The content of the exam is confidentially owned by the organizing authority. Thus, NBE completely debars an aspirant from publishing or transmitting contents of NEET Post Graduate in any form or by any means verbal or written, electronic or mechanical.”
After registering for NEET PG, the candidates must agree to the above-mentioned non-disclosure agreement. Any aspirant violating the act shall be liable for penal action and cancellation of candidature.
NEET Post Graduate 2018 Question Paper
Total 3 hours 30 minutes will be issued to aspirants to clear the entrance test. NEET Post Graduate 2018 will be a Computer Based Test (CBT) and the language of the paper will be English. There will be the Topic-wise distribution of questions –Pre-Clinical, Clinical and Para-Clinical. The total number of questions will be 300.4 marks for every accurate response and minus 1 for every wrong response.
Subject-wise distribution of questions for NEET Post Graduate 2018
|Subjects||Number of questions|
|Social and Preventive Medicine||25|
|Medicine Dermatology and Venereology||37|
|Surgery, ENT, Orthopedics & Anaesthesia||46|
|Radiodiagnosis & Radiotherapy||12(6+6)|
|Obstetrics and Gynaecology||25|
How to download NEET Post Graduate 2018 Response Key?
- Compare your responses with the corresponding responses in the key.
- Aspirants can calculate their approximate score in the exam with the help of the response key.
- The NEET Post Graduate Response Key 2018 will be published on the official website of CBSE NEET.
- Click on the link and enter the registration details like number, password etc. After filling in all details click on ‘Submit’ tab to download the response key with solutions along with question paper.
- Look for ‘NEET Post Graduate Solution Key 2018’ link on the homepage.
- The Response Key for Set A, B, C, D would come on the screen.
How to calculate probable marks with NEET Post Graduate Response Key 2018
- Compare your responses to those in the respective response key and do marking accordingly.
- Make sure to download the response key of the same set for which the aspirant had attempted in NEET Post Graduate 2018
- Calculate the total score.
- The response keys for all the sets will be available online such as set A, set B, set C or set D.
- Issue 4 marks to every accurate response and deduct 1 mark for every wrong response given by you.
NEET Post Graduate Result 2018
- Aspirants should be in possession of their testing ID, date of birth and captcha code in order to download NEET Post Graduate Result from its official website.
- Name of the aspirant, scores obtained (out of 1500), All India Rank, qualifying status and cut off will be displayed in the final NEET Post Graduate 2018 result.
- NEET Post Graduate counseling 2018 will take place in the month of March 2018 for providing admissions to MD/MS/Diploma programmes across the country.
- Aspirants who would secure at least cutoff percentile as prescribed by the NBE, their results will be published on the website.
- NEET Post Graduate result will be declared by January 31, 2018.
NEET Post Graduate Cutoff 2018
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- At Least qualifying percentile which has to be attained by aspirants to pass the exam is called Cut Off.
- General aspirants must secure an at least of the 50th percentile, while SC/ST/OBC students must secure 40th percentile in the NEET Post Graduate 2018 entrance test.
- Cut off of NEET Post Graduate 2018 will be dependent on multiple factors such as level of difficulty of the exam, number of students appearing for test and the number of seats available.