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NEET PG Dental/MDS (NEET MDS)

The final day of NEET MDS elicited mixed responses for morning and evening sessions.

PrepLadder brings forward the Detailed Exam Analysis of the final day of NEET MDS – December 3rd 2016.

The exam analysis has been compiled based on genuine reviews of examinees appearing on December 3rd 2016.

Since the Morning and Evening sessions elicited different responses from the examinees, we have compiled separate analysis for the Morning & Evening sessions.

Read On further to Know the Detailed Exam Analysis……….

Detailed Exam Analysis – December 3rd 2016 – Morning Session

Here is the Detailed Analysis of the Morning session of December 3rd 2016:

Also Read: NEET MDS 2016 Analysis- Day 1

Overall Difficulty Level – Easy to Moderate

The Morning session was ranging between Easy to Moderate. Majority of the candidates reported that paper comprised Below-Average and Above-Average questions.

Decider – Medical Subjects

Decider in the Morning session were the Medical Subjects. Examinees reported that the paper comprised large number of questions from Medical Subjects.

Overall, Medical Subjects served as the aspect in the Morning session which could bring a difference to your overall ranking.

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High Weight Age Subjects

Subjects which carried high weight age in the Morning session were Biochemistry, Embryology, Dental Materials, Pathology, Pharmacology, Physiology, Anatomy, Microbiology, etc.

Detailed Exam Analysis – December 3rd 2016 – Evening Session

Here is the Detailed Analysis of the Evening session of December 3rd 2016:

Overall Difficulty Level - Easy

The evening session of December 3rd 2016 was on the easier side. Candidates stated that majority of the questions were Easy while some were Moderate.

Overall, the evening session exam turned out to be easier for the examinees.

Also Read: NEET MDS 2016 Analysis- Day 2

Decider – Dental Subjects

Evening session exam was ruled by the Dental Subjects.

Majority of questions in the evening session appeared from the Dental Subjects.

Therefore, Dental Subjects  served as the factor which could bring a difference to your overall ranking.

Type of Questions

Candidates reported that some questions were straight forward while majority of questions were sophisticated and tricky.

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Major Highlights of December 3rd 2016 – Morning & Evening Sessions

Questions Appeared from PrepLadder’s Recent All India NEET MDS Mock Exam & Mock Test Series

Likewise previous days, questions again appeared from PrepLadder’s Recent NEET MDS Mock Exam & Mock Test Series in December 3rd 2016 NEET MDS paper.

Some candidates reported that the very first question in the Evening session was from Recent PrepLadder’s NEET MDS Mock Exam.

Candidates expressed their thankfulness as to how PrepLadder’s NEET MDS Mock Exam & Mock Test Series helped them to stay ahead in the competition and enhance their overall score.

Also Read: NEET MDS 2016 Analysis- Day 3

Image-Based Questions – Few – Easy to Moderate

Examinees reported that Image-Based questions were only a few in both Morning as well as Evening sessions.

Further, the difficulty level of these questions was ranging between Easy & Moderate.

Hope that the Analysis will provide you an overall idea of NEET MDS paper held on December 3rd 2016.

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