Check prices at PrepStore before buying books!
NEET PG Dental/MDS (NEET MDS)

 

We have been persistently receiving E-mails from our readers seeking information about the Marking Scheme used in NEET MDS.

In order to clarify your doubts and queries, PrepLadder Experts have brought forward this post which will provide you greater insights into the Marking Scheme used in NEET MDS.

Compete with 12,000+ Dental PG aspirants and get tips to improve your scores.

Enrol Now 

NEET MDS: Scheme of Examination 

Let us first examine the Exam Pattern of NEET MDS:

Exam Pattern of NEET MDS

Mode of Exam

Online

Medium of Exam

English

Total No. of Questions in NEET MDS

240

Maximum Marks

1200

Exam Duration

3 Hours

Negative Marking

No Negative Marking

Also Read: Tips to Deal with NEET MDS Exam Stress

As it is evident from the table, NEET MDS comprises 240 Questions carrying a Total Weight Age of 1200 Marks.

However, the Marks per question is ‘Not Uniform’ in NEET MDS exam and ‘Varies from question to question’.

The Marks per question are not 5 and are different for each question.

Compete with 12,000+ Dental PG aspirants and get tips to improve your scores.

Enrol Now 

Details of Normalization Process used in NEET MDS 

The Normalization procedure used in NEET MDS is highly complex and sophisticated.

Hence, the Scores released are up to the 4th place of decimal.

Here are the details of the Normalization Procedure used:

  • Questions which are answered ‘Incorrectly (Wrong)’ by Majority of the Test takers are categorized as ‘Difficult Questions’ by the Prometric Software and are consequently assigned ‘Higher Weight Age’ by the Prometric Software. Therefore, candidates who correctly answer such questions secure Higher Marks. 
  • Likewise, Questions which are answered ‘Correctly’ by Majority of the Candidates are categorized as ‘Easy Questions’ by the Prometric Software and are consequently assigned ‘Lower Weight Age’ by the Prometric Software.
  • Session in which the ‘Average Marks’ for all the candidates are ‘High’ is categorized as an ‘Easy Session’ by the Prometric Software and consequently, Marks for all the candidates of that session are ‘Reduced Uniformly’ by the Prometric Software.
  • Likewise, Session in which the ‘Average Marks’ for all the examinees are ‘Low’ is categorized as a ‘Difficult Session’ by the Prometric Software and consequently, Marks for all the examinees of that session are ‘Increased Uniformly’ by the Prometric Software.

Also Read: 5 reasons to appear in NEET Dental PG

How to Recall Maximum of What you Study for NEET PG Dental/AIPGDEE

We are sure that this post will provide you insights into the Marking Scheme used in NEET MDS and resolve your queries.

Stay Tuned for More Updates!

Download the New PrepLadder App

Related Articles for Dental

AIIMS MDS entrance exam serve as a gateway for the admission to the MDS course and is held twice in [ ... ]

Read more...

After getting huge demand for a test pack concentrating only on image based questions, PrepLadder is [ ... ]

Read more...

In the recent notification by NBE, OBC candidates of NEET-MDS 2018 are hereby informed that they can [ ... ]

Read more...

Since NEET MDS is just around the corner, we are receiving several queries from aspirants across the [ ... ]

Read more...

Since NBE has released the information bulletin, it has also provided state-wise PG dental seats under [ ... ]

Read more...