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NEET questions taken from textbooks of Tamil Nadu

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Posted on : 16/Sep/2020 9:19:29 AM



 
 
 
Getting a MBBS seat is not an easy task and the students have to struggle a lot for many days together.

It is well known that many students in TN have been working hard day and night preparing for the NEET examinations to get a medical seat in the medical colleges in TN.

Truth is that the revised TN state board textbooks have almost covered all the questions in the NEET exam this year. The NEET 20202 question paper was analysed and it was found that the paper had 97% of questions from the revised textbooks.

It is common knowledge that the TN state government had revised the state board syllabus and introduced updated textbooks for class 11 students in 2018-19 and for class 12 in 2019-20.

On Sunday, 13th September 2020, NEET examination took place and many aspiring students wrote the examination at various centres. This NEET examination was delayed for about 4 months. It is worthy to mention that the NERET question paper was analysed by a team of experts and they have provided page numbers from physics, chemistry and biology textbooks from where the questions were asked in the exam.

Textbooks of class 11 and class 12 have covered 174 questions out of total 180 questions in the NEET examination. In the year 2017, 60% of the questions in the NEET were covered by the old syllabus. The amazing piece of information is an average student who has prepared from just the textbook would score easily more than 300 this time and more than 60% of questions were asked directly from the textbooks.

According to the professor Rita John, HOD, department of theoretical physics, University of Madras, the students belonging to TN state board must not feel inferior to the students of CBSE. 

It must be taken into note that the new syllabus has abridged the gap between the state board syllabus and central board syllabus. About 99% of questions in the physics subject in NEET examination were from TN state board textbooks and 87 questions out of total 90 in Biology were from state board textbooks.
 
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