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NEET 2021 Exam and Question Paper Analysis (OUT), Answer Key, Solutions

Simran Saini
Simran SainiPublished On: September 13, 2021 | NEET UG

NEET 2021 exam question paper analysis can be checked here along with the answer key and solutions. Find out about NEET 2021 section-wise difficulty and major highlights of the question paper here.

NEET 2021 Question Paper Analysis

NEET 2021 Exam Analysis (Out): NEET 2021 exam took place today from i.e. September 12 from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. From this year, there has been a slight change in the NEET 2021 Exam Pattern, students have been given more internal choice in terms of questions. More than 16 lakh students have registered for NEET 2021 exam this year. 

Once the exam has been conducted, the first thing aspirants want to know is the NEET 2021 Detailed Question Paper Analysis and solutions. The question paper analysis of NEET 2021 will be made available here along with solutions, question paper, and students' reviews. The question paper analysis of NEET 2021 will help the students to estimate their scores and whether they will be able to make it to a top government MBBS/BDS medical college. Students can also check out the NEET 20201 Rank Predictor which will provide them with an option to evaluate their performance and check their scores in the exam and what is considered a good score in NEET 2021. According to the students, the Physics section was most difficult in the NEET 2021 exam.

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Subject-wise Difficulty Level Rating of NEET 2021

The subject-wise difficulty level rating of NEET 2021 can be checked here. Physics was considered as the most difficult section by the students in NEET 2021 and it had the most amount of numerical questions followed by Chemistry. According to the students, the Biology section was the easiest.

Overall Difficulty RatingTBA (Out of 5)

Click on the links given below to know more about subject/ section wise question paper analysis, difficulty level, answer key, and solutions of the NEET 2021 exam:

NEET 2021 Physics Question Paper Analysis & Answer KeyNEET 2021 Biology Question Paper Analysis & Answer Key
NEET 2021 Chemistry Question Paper Analysis & Answer Key

NEET 2021 Difficulty Level

Detailed NEET 2021 Question Paper Analysis

Candidates can check out the detailed NEET 2021 question paper analysis here. NEET 2021 question paper was tough as compared to the NEET 2020 exam. The question paper was a mix of numerical and simplified questions. The details of the NEET 2021 question paper analysis are as follows:

Overall Difficulty Level of the Exam

Moderate to Easy

Difficulty Level of Biology


Total Number of Tough Questions in Biology23

Difficulty Level of Physics


Total Number of Tough Questions in Physics8

Difficulty Level of Chemistry


Total Number of Tough Questions in Chemistry3
Difficulty Level Comparison - Physics Vs Chemistry Vs PhysicsDifficult Vs Moderate Vs Easy

Chapters/ Topics with more Weightage in Biology

Chapters from Biotechnology have dominated strongly (11-12 questions)

Chapters/ Topics with more Weightage in Physics

  • Tricky questions are asked from Optics, Semi-Conductors, and Photoelectric Effect
  • 70% of the questions in the NEET 2021 Physics section were numerical

Chapters/ Topics with more Weightage in Chemistry

Most of the questions are based on the NCERT figures, facts and tables

Expected Average Number of Good Attempts


NEET 2021 Expected Cutoff for General Category600
Will NEET 2021 Cutoff be High?Yes, it is expected to be high

Was NEET 2021 Lengthy?

NEET 2021 paper was not lengthy most of the students could complete the exam on time

Expected Number of Very Good Attempts


What is a good score in NEET 2021?


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NEET 2021 CutoffNEET 2021 Answer Key

Major Highlights of NEET 2021 Exam

The major highlights of the NEET 2021 exam can be checked here:

  • NEET 2021 question paper considered tough in comparison to NEET 2020 exam
  • This was the first time that NEET 2021 exam had an internal choice
  • Physics was the toughest section out of all three in NEET 2021 exam
  • The overall difficulty level of the NEET 2021 exam was moderate to easy
  • The chemistry section in NEET 2021 was also easy in comparison to Physics
  • Biology was the easiest section of all, students who prepared for the same from NCERT can expect a good score.
  • The paper was not lengthy and most of the questions were directly from NCERT.
  • The cutoff will most likely go high for the General category that is around 600.

NEET 2021 Questions with Solutions

CollegeDekho brings you NEET 2021 questions here along with the solutions so that you can have a direct idea about your scores in NEET 2021.

Which of the following belongs to the family Muscadine?House Fly
The organelles that are included in the endomembrane systemEndoplasmic Reticulum, Golgi Complex, Lysosomes, and Vacuoles
Erythropoietin hormone which stimulates RBC formation is produced byJuxtaglomerular Cell in Kidney
Which one of the following polymers are prepared by addition polymerisation?Teflon
Which of the following molecules is non-polar in nature?SbCl5
The right option for the number of tetrahedral and octahedral voids in Hexagonal Primitive Unit Cell are12, 6
BFis a planar and electron-deficient compound. Hybridization and number of electrons around the central atom, respectively areSP2, 6
Succus entericus is referred as Intestinal Juice
Chronic autoimmune disorder affecting neuromuscular junction leading to fatigue weakening and paralysis of skeletal muscle is known asMyasthenia gravis
When gene targeting involving gene amplification is attempted in an individual’s tissue to treat disease, it is known as:Gene therapy
The site of perception of light in plants during photoperiodism is:Leaf
The term used for transfer of pollen grains from anthers of one plant to stigma of a different plant which, during pollination, brings genetically different types of pollen grains to stigma, isXenogamy
 Inspite of Interspecific Competition in nature, which mechanism the competing species might have evolved for their survival? Resource Partitioning
During the purification process for recombinant DNA technology, the addition of chilled ethanol precipitates out:DNA

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