NEET physics 'tough', some biology questions stump many – Times of India

PUNE: The National Eligiblity-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) for admissions to medical and dental colleges passed off smoothly in the city on Sunday. Nearly 50,000 students appeared for the exam from Pune and nearby areas.

For most of the students, however, physics was a tough paper to crack. They also said that about four to five questions in the biology paper seemed to be out of syllabus. Chemistry, however, they said, was easy.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted the NEET, which contained three papers of a total 720 marks.

The exam was simultaneously held at 104 centres in 11 cities in the state, including Pune and Mumbai.

Hritik Patil, one of the candidates at the S M Choksey College exam centre, said, "The biology paper carried the highest marks. As a few questions seemed out of syllabus, it is a cause of worry. These questions were worth 20 to 30 marks."

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