NEET Previous Year Question Papers – Candidates can download NEET previous year papers for the year 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013. It is important that candidates must solve previous year papers for NEET-UG entrance exam to understand the difficulty level of the test and analyse their preparation. Every year around 12 lakh medical aspirants appear for the entrance test and out of these many students only 01 lakh manage to qualify it. There are more than 700 concepts in NEET syllabus and hence it is a bit difficult to revise each concept. Check more information on NEET previous year question papers from this page.
NEET Previous Year Question Papers
The question paper for NEET is available in multiple languages for various codes. Candidates can download the NEET previous year papers with solution directly from the table below.
|NEET exam year||Download Question paper with answers here|
Question Paper pattern of NEET is different from exams conducted before 2013.
How to Use NEET Previous Year Question Paper?
There are multiple benefits of solving previous year question papers. Here we have explained advantage of solving NEET previous year question paper.
Best source of preparation
By solving the previous year question paper for NEET you can easily identify the topics from which questions are asked maximum or you can also identify which questions are being repeated over the year. This further give you an idea of the question paper pattern and distribution of topics as per NEET exam syllabus.
Analyse your Preparation
You must start solving NEET previous year question paper once you have completed the syllabus. Firstly, your concepts will be revised and by solving previous year papers you can analyse your preparation level and understanding of topic. At the time of solving the paper, note down the questions from the topics which you were not able to solve.
Increase you time
It is advised that the first few weeks you should solve previous year paper without any time limit. However, after some time, you should try to solve the NEET question paper as per the time limit of the exam. This will help you to the handle the exam pressure very well and will also help you to manage your time.
NEET Mock Tests
Mock tests help in improving the speed of solving and answering the questions in the question paper. Students must practice all the mock tests provided online as the students must work hard to eliminate the competition level. The duration of the question paper and the mock tests for practice are given below
|Full Length (English)||3 Hours||Click Here|
|Full Length (Hindi)||3 Hours||Click Here|
|Physics (English)||45 Minutes||Click Here|
|Physics (Hindi)||45 Minutes||Click Here|
|Chemistry (English)||45 Minutes||Click Here|
|Chemistry (Hindi)||45 Minutes||Click Here|
|Botany (English)||45 Minutes||Click Here|
|Botany (Hindi)||45 Minutes||Click Here|
|Zoology (English)||45 Minutes||Click Here|
|Zoology (Hindi)||45 Minutes||Click Here|
National Eligibility cum Entrance Exam is an exam for students to take admission in the medical college. Students can prepare for the exam with the syllabus and previous year question papers provided for the exam. The exam takes place in offline mode. The exam has three sections of physics, chemistry and biology. The exam takes place in 11 languages. The exam carries multiple choice questions.
National Test Agency is an independent authority. National Test Agency conducts the National Entrance Examination Test. All the students can take admission in the medical or dental colleges and prepare for the exam with the sample papers and mock tests provided for the course. The faculty, departments and the guidance provided by the teachers in higher educational institutions can be experienced by the students on giving the entrance exams conducted by the agency.
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