NEET Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis: Every year, a week before the actual exam of NEET, Embibe releases its predicted question paper. Now that the actual exam is over, let’s see how our predicted paper compares against the actual paper.
NEET Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018
The predicted average difficulty level is almost same as to the actual NEET 2018 paper.
We can see that the distribution of difficulty levels is exactly same as that of the predicted paper.
It’s important to see the difficulty level distribution across the subjects.
NEET Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018 | Subject-wise Difficulty Level distribution
We had predicted almost same difficulty across the subjects, but the actual paper had varying difficulty across subjects with Physics being the toughest and Biology being the easiest.
Next, let’s look at the ideal time.
NEET Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018 | Ideal time
The average time spent for solving each question is longer in the actual NEET paper as compared to the predicted paper.
It’s important to see ideal time distribution.
NEET Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018 | Distribution of Ideal time
As can be seen from the above plot, the actual paper had a lot of questions which take more than 2 minutes to solve even for the brightest students.
Let’s look at the overlap of concepts and chapters across the years.
NEET Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018 | Concept overlap across historical papers
As can be seen from the above plot, it can be inferred that Embibe predicted paper had 82% of expected concepts coverage with actual paper in reference to the previous year papers.
NEET Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018 | Chapter overlap across historical papers
As can be seen from the above plot, it can be inferred that embibe predicted paper has beaten expected chapters overlap to the actual paper derived from historical papers. That said, it was a very high-quality prediction in terms of chapter coverage.
Next, let’s see the distribution of skills required to solve the question across years.
NEET Predicted Vs Actual Paper Analysis 2018 | Skills distribution
The skill distribution of actual paper differs slightly from the predicted paper. There were more questions covering application and less covering comprehension.
Based on the above analysis, we can conclude that NEET 2018 actual paper is very similar to Embibe predicted paper in terms of difficulty level.
The ideal time of the actual paper is higher than that of the predicted paper. Skill distribution and concept coverage across the historical papers differs slightly, but we find very high-quality chapter coverage across the historical year papers.
It is, therefore, highly recommended that medical aspirants preparing for NEET 2019 take NEET mock tests on Embibe. The tests are exactly of the same level and type as the actual exam and will give you the experience and feel of the real exam. You can also solve NEET practice questions on Embibe for free.