The National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test [NEET UG 2021] will be conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) on September 12, 2021 (Sunday). The medical aspirants might be in their last lap of the preparation phase, memorizing the chemical equations, solving biology papers and working on physics concepts. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if medical aspirants like you could get a test paper similar to the actual NEET 2021 question paper? Well, EMBIBE doesn’t need magic, when we have data science. Confused? Read on to find out.
Embibe is India’s foremost ed-tech platform that harnesses the power of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to ensure that every child can have the best chances for cracking the target exam. Our data science team has used AI and ML to create a predicted paper for NEET 2021, based on the updated guidelines and revised NEET 2021 exam pattern. Scroll below to read more on how EMBIBE provides you predicted NEET 2021 Question Paper.
What goes into making a NEET Predicted Paper?
Every year, EMBIBE releases the NEET Predicted Paper before the exam. How do they do that? Well, our top data scientists have been hard at work for medical aspirants like you. The process involves analyzing NEET questions from the last 15 years on various parameters including the following:
Difficulty Level – The actual paper is made up of questions of varying difficulty levels. We match our predicted paper to have a similar overall difficulty level.
Syllabus Coverage (Chapter and Concept-wise) – The syllabus for the NEET exam is quite huge. With our approach, we pinpoint which areas of the syllabus have more weightage for this exam, and NEET 2021 predicted paper has a similar weightage as actual exam papers.
Repetitive Nature of Concepts – This is similar to chapter coverage. Are there concepts that repeatedly get asked? If so, how many questions from such chapters appear in the NEET?
Skill-wise Distribution of Questions – Are the questions more memory-based or analytical? Are more questions numeric, or are historical facts more important? Our machine-learning algorithms analyse the question papers from previous years and answer these questions using the different bloom levels by tagging more than lakhs of questions.
Ideal Time for Each Question – Our test-taking algorithm also takes care of how much time is being spent on individual questions to make sure the time duration of the predicted paper matches the actual NEET 2021 question papers.
Questions with Multiple Concepts – How many questions ask students to make connections between many different topics? While most of the questions are based on information of a single concept, many times we get questions that require us to remember information from many different concepts. How many such questions are expected in the NEET 2021 test paper, based on the data from previous years? We make sure that the NEET predicted paper has similar levels of complexity as the actual paper.
Based on all of these factors, the predicted NEET 2021 question paper is designed.
Simply put, EMBIBE’s algorithm takes the data from all these years of NEET question papers and calculates the probability of a specific type of question appearing in this year’s paper of NEET 2021. On top of that, our NEET exam experts go through the predicted paper and verify that the NEET question paper meets all academic standards.
By doing this, EMBIBE uses the power of technology and human expertise to design a paper that is very similar to the paper expected for this year’s NEET exam. Take a look at the data and see for yourself.
Last time, the NEET question paper, EMBIBE generated as a predicted paper matched the difficulty of the actual NEET paper, precisely. Moreover, it matched the concept coverage about 82% of the time and matched the individual subjects fairly well. To know more, read EMBIBE’s NEET Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis.
So what does all of this mean? It indicates that if NEET 2021 aspirants like you are about to take the NEET exam on September 12, it will be beneficial to sharpen your skills by taking the NEET predicted paper.
Attempt the NEET 2021 predicted paper, set as per the latest guidelines, by clicking the link below –
After all of this, if you still have any doubts, EMBIBE provides 24X7 chat support, with dedicated exam experts to answer your questions. So, what are you waiting for? Take the predicted paper, and do reach out to us if you have any more questions.
Remember to revise the formulas, reaction mechanisms, equations, and concepts by using the AI-based practice feature from Embibe and watching 3D immersive videos from the Learn section. Take more chapter-wise mock tests by going to the Test section, especially for your weak chapters. You can also create your own test to make it truly personalised. By doing this, you will definitely do well in the NEET 2021 exam.
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