NEET Exam 2021 Bhopal Students said Physics questions were tough Chemistry and Biology were easy

Bhopal (New World Representative). The National Testing Agency (NTA) conducted the NEET-2021 exam on Sunday for admission to medical colleges. This time 35 examination centers were set up for NEET examination in the capital. In this, about 16 thousand students have participated from the capital. The exam was conducted from 2 pm to 5 pm. Safe physical distance was followed in the examination center from entry to exit, but there was a huge crowd of parents outside the examination centres. No one was wearing a mask outside the examination center nor was anyone seen following the safe physical distance. After leaving the paper, the students said that all the questions from Physics were difficult, whereas the questions from Chemistry and Biology were easy. At the same time, experts say that this time some questions of physics were confusing, while in chemistry one or two questions of organic were asked a bit tricky. Shivani Ahirwar, a student from Pipliya, told that some of the physics questions were very difficult, which took more time to solve. On the other hand, Keshav Lodhi, who came from Guna, told that two-three questions of organic chemistry were confusing. Student Bhupendra Ahirwar said that he did not solve a single question of physics. All the questions were difficult. On the other hand, student Manisha Deora told that all the questions of Biology were easy. Let us inform that to appear in the NEET examination, the students were given reporting time at the examination centers from 11 am onwards. Kovid guidelines have been followed at the examination centers. Its guidelines were also pasted at the examination centers. Wearing of masks was made mandatory for the students. NTA has given strict instructions to follow the Kovid guidelines at the examination centers. The candidates who came from other districts had reached the examination center from 8 am onwards. All the candidates along with their parents had reached the examination centers from 11 am onwards for reporting. Many candidates had reached the examination center directly from the railway station and bus stand. The candidates said that since morning was the time for reporting, due to this they were reaching the examination center. Instructions were being given to the candidates at all the examination centers to follow the Kovid guidelines by announcing from the mic.

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