CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam Analysis 2022 18 September: Difficulty Level, Questions Asked, Cut Off

By Renuka Miglani|Updated : September 18th, 2022

CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam Analysis 2022: The NTA Conducted the CSIR NET Chemical Science exam on September 18, 2022, in 1 shift only. The Chemical Science Paper Shift 1 was successfully conducted from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM. CSIR NET Chemistry consists of 3 sections, Part A, B & C. Here, we have provided the detailed CSIR NET Chemical Science paper review. 

The candidates for today's exam can check the article below for the section-wise CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam Analysis. The article below consists of the total number of questions asked in the chemical science exam, the number of good attempts, the difficulty level of the CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam, and the information on the expected cutoff.

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Important Highlights of the CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam Review 2022

The candidates can check the important highlights of the CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam conducted on 18 September with the information below.

  • Name of the Exam: CSIR NET Chemical Sciences
  • Date of the Exam: 18th September 2022
  • The shift of the Exam: 1st Shift
  • Timing of the Exam: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Exam Conducting Authority: National Testing Agency
  • Medium of the Exam: Hindi & English

CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam Analysis: Overall Difficulty Level

The table below summarizes the difficulty level and topics with maximum weightage through the CSIR NET Chemical Science analysis.

Topic

Analysis

Overall Difficulty Level

Difficult

Difficulty Level of Section A

Moderate To Difficult

Difficulty Level of Section B

Moderate To Difficult

Difficulty Level of Section C

Difficult

CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam Analysis: Pattern

The candidates can check the table below for the CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam Pattern. This table will help the candidates to acknowledge the number of questions to be attempted, negative marking, and more in the CSIR NET Chemistry exam analysis.

CSIR NET Exam Pattern for Chemical Science

Sections

Total Questions

Questions to attempt

Marks Allotted

Negative marking

Part A

20

15

2

0.5

Part B

40

35

2

0.5

Part C

60

25

4

1

Total

120

75

200

CSIR NET Chemical Science Analysis: Topic Wise Weightage

The candidates need to be aware of the topics with the maximum weightage and the number of questions asked from different topics to analyze the most important concepts of the CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam. In the tables below, we have provided detailed information on the topic-wise weightage of the different sections in the analysis of the CSIR NET Chemical Science exam.

CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam Review: Topic Wise Weightage for Part A

Part A of the Chemical Science Paper consists of the questions based on the candidate's General Aptitude. The candidates can check the table given below to analyze the number of questions asked as per the CSIR NET Chemical Science paper review, Part A. Part A for the CSIR NET Chemical Science exam consists of the questions from geometry, Alphabet Series, Speed, Distance, and Time, Probability and permutation and Combination.

Topics

No. of Questions

Geometry2-3
Alphabet Series1-2
Speed, Distance, and Time2-3
Probability1-2
Permutation and Combination1-2

CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam Topic Wise Weightage for Part B & C

The table below consists of the topic-wise weightage by analyzing the number of questions for the CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam, Section B & C. Part B & C of the Chemical Science exam includes units/topics such as Pericyclic (general) -Organic Chemistry, Periodicity, Pericyclic, IUPAC, DMC,[3,3] and [2,3]- Sigmatropic, Rearrangements -Organic Chemistry and NMR -Organic Chemistry, etc. as per the analysis.

Topics

No. of Questions

Pericyclic (general) -Organic Chemistry1-2
Periodicity2-3
Pericyclic3-4
IUPAC1-2
DMC5-6
[3,3] and [2,3]- Sigmatropic Rearrangements -Organic Chemistry1-2
NMR -Organic Chemistry3-4
Organic Spectroscopy2-3
Spectro - Vibrational3-4
Organometallics - Stretching Frequency2-3
Isolobal Analogy1-2
Coordination1-2
Surface Chemistry - Graphs of Isotherms3-4
Polymer2-3
Quantum -Π Conjugated System2-3
Chemical Bonding3-4
Lindemann Mechanism (Physical Chemistry)1-3
Group Theory5-6
Enzyme Catalysis1-2

CSIR NET Chemical Science Paper Review: Good Attempts

Analyzing the number of good attempts for the total questions in the CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam is important for the candidates to follow. We have provided detailed information on the number of good attempts in the CSIR NET Chemical Science analysis of Part A, B & C.

Good Attempts For CSIR NET Chemical Science 2022 Part A

The table below contains the number of attempts that can be counted as ideal in Part A's CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam analysis.

Topics

Number of Good Attempts

Geometry

To be notified

Alphabet Series

To be notified

Speed, Distance, and Time

To be notified

Probability

To be notified

Permutation and Combination

To be notified

Good Attempts For CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam 2022 Part B & C

The table below contains the number of attempts that can be counted as ideal in the CSIR NET Chemical Science paper review for parts B & C.

Topics

Number Of Good Questions

Pericyclic (general) -Organic Chemistry

To be notified

Periodicity

To be notified

Pericyclic

To be notified

IUPAC

To be notified

DMC

To be notified

[3,3] and [2,3]- Sigmatropic Rearrangements -Organic Chemistry

To be notified

NMR -Organic Chemistry

To be notified

Organic Spectroscopy

To be notified

Spectro - Vibrational

To be notified

Organometallics - Stretching Frequency

To be notified

Isolobal Analogy

To be notified

CoordinationTo be notified
Surface Chemistry - Graphs of IsothermsTo be notified
PolymerTo be notified
Quantum -Π Conjugated SystemTo be notified
Chemical BondingTo be notified
Lindemann Mechanism (Physical Chemistry)To be notified
Group TheoryTo be notified
Enzyme CatalysisTo be notified

CSIR NET Chemical Science Paper Review

The CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam paper, Shift 1, contains 3 sections, Part A, B & C. We have reviewed the type of questions and their difficulty level in the different sections below.

CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam Review 2022: Part A

The overall difficulty level for Part A in today's Chemical Science exam (18 September, Shift 1) was Moderate to Difficult, as per the CSIR NET Chemistry analysis and feedback from students. The questions were asked about the following topics, Geometry, Alphabet Series, Speed, Distance, Time, Probability, and permutation and Combination.

CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam Review 2022: Part B

The overall difficulty level for Part B in today's Chemical Science exam (18 September, Shift 1) was Easy, as per the feedback from students and CSIR NET Chemical Science analysis. Most questions were asked from the following topics, Pericyclic (general) -Organic Chemistry, Pericyclic, DMC, NMR -Organic Chemistry, Quantum -Π Conjugated System, Group Theory, and enzyme Catalysis.

CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam Review 2022: Part C

The overall difficulty level for Part C in today's Chemical Science exam (18 September, Shift 1) was moderate, as per the feedback from students. Most questions were about analytical topics like IUPAC,[3,3] and [2,3]- Sigmatropic Rearrangements, Isolobal Analogy, Surface Chemistry - Graphs of Isotherms, and Lindemann Mechanism, etc.

CSIR NET Chemical Science Expected Cut Off

The tables below contain the expected CSIR NET cut off for Chemical Science Exam for all the categories. We have provided the table below that contains the expected cutoff marks for JRF & Assistant professor for candidates.

Expected Cut-off Marks for JRF

Category

Expected Cut off Marks (%)

General

52. 750

SC

36.250

ST

27.250

OBC

45.500

EWS

46.250

Expected Cut off Marks for Assistant Professor

Category

Expected Cut off Marks (%)

General

47.475

SC

32.625

ST

25.000

OBC

40.950

EWS

41.625

Questions Asked in today's CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam 2022

The table below contains a glimpse of the questions asked in the CSIR NET Chemical Sciences Exam, Shift 1, today from all the sections-

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The ionization constant KB of ammonia is 1.8 × 10–5. Then find out the value of the ionization constant of its conjugate base.
Europium oxidation state in aqueous solution.
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The magnetic moment of f5 configuration.

CSIR NET Exam Analysis & Memory Based Questions(All Papers)

Candidates can find the link for all the analysis articles of the CSIR NET Exam 2022 in the table given below-

CSIR NET Physical Science Exam Analysis 2022
CSIR NET Physical Science 2022 Memory Based Questions
CSIR NET Mathematics Exam Analysis
CSIR NET 2022 Mathematics Memory Based Questions
CSIR NET Life Science (Shift 1) Analysis 2022
CSIR NET Life Science 2022 Memory Based Question
CSIR NET Chemical Science 2022 Memory Based Questions

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CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam Analysis FAQs

  • The CSIR NET Chemical Science exam was conducted on 18th September. The exam analysis is a detailed review of the chemical science paper based on the reviews of candidates and questions asked. It covers the difficulty level, types of questions, good attempts, topic weightage, and more.

  • The difficulty level of the Chemical science paper (18 September, Shift 1) for the CSIR NET exam was moderate to difficult, and the questions are doable.

  • Per the feedback from students, the level of CSIR NET Chemical Science (18 September, Shift 1) 2022 paper was in the range of Moderate to Difficult. If the candidates have well prepared for the exam, they can easily attempt the questions.

  • The CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam Analysis helps the candidates to analyze the overall difficulty level, questions asked, and section-wise weightage.

  • The expected cut off of the general category for CSIR NET Chemical Science exam analysis is 53 for JRF and 47 for assistant professor posts. Check more details of the CSIR NET cut off in the link.

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