Candidates can check the CSIR NET Life Science analysis below for the exam held on 6 June 2023. The detailed CSIR NET life science exam analysis contains the difficulty level, good attempts, and questions asked in the exam.
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CSIR NET Life Science Analysis: Overall Difficulty Level (Shift 1)
Understanding the difficulty level of the exam helps candidates plan their preparation strategy effectively. The table provided below contains an overall review of the difficulty level of the CSIR NET Life Science Exam 2023, Shift 1, for all the sections:
|Overall Difficulty Level||Moderate|
|Difficulty Level of Section A||Difficult|
|Difficulty Level of Section B||Easy to Moderate|
|Difficulty Level of Section C||Easy|
CSIR NET Life Science Exam Analysis: Topic-Wise Weightage
To properly analyze the question paper, the candidates must understand and analyze the number of questions asked in the CSIR NET Life Science Exam Analysis of Shift 1. We have provided different tables for the candidates to analyze the number of questions asked in each section.
CSIR NET Life Science Exam Topic Wise Weightage for PART A
Part A of the Life Science Paper contains questions based on the candidate's General Aptitude. Check the table below to analyze the number of questions asked in today's CSIR NET Life Science Exam, Shift 1. The questions were asked on the topics like Speed, Distance and Time, Profit and Loss, Geometry, Logical Venn, and Mixture and Allegation.
|Blood relation||1 to 2|
|Order and Ranking||2|
|Data Interpretation (Bar Graph)||1 to 2|
|Profit and Loss||2|
|Ratio and Proportion||2|
|Algebra||1 to 2|
CSIR NET Life Science Topic Wise Weightage for PART B and C
The candidates can check the table below to understand topic-wise weightage by analyzing the number of questions asked in the CSIR NET Life Science Exam, Shift 1, Sections B and C. The number of questions in each topic has been specified in the table for the reference of candidates.
|Cell movement of small molecules plants||1 to 2|
|Digestion of protein||2 to 3|
|Mammals of evergreen forest||1|
|Net primary productivity of ocean, estuary, forests||2|
|Adaptation of sunshade plants||3|
|Cell-cell movement of small molecules plants||2|
|Organelles and functions ||2 to 3|
|primary productivity of Ocean, Estuary, Forests||2 to 3|
|Ecology||3 to 4|
|Inheritance Biology||3 to 4|
|System Physiology-Animals||4 |
|Cell and Molecular Biology||4 to 5|
|Light microscope||3 to 4|
Questions Asked in CSIR NET Life Science Exam 2023
The table below contains a few questions from today's CSIR NET Life Science Shift 1 exam. The candidates can check the list of more questions by clicking on the link below.
A square is folded two times and the resulting square is obtained by two triangles and two circles are cut out of it. What will be the resulting structure obtained?
Mary and Mike are married Johan is the brother of Mary Douglass is the brother of Mike. Mary and Mike have 2 children. Johan has three children and Douglas has 2 children. How many pair of first-cousin are there?
When 6 students six are on a bench one bench remains completely unoccupied. When 5 students sit on the bench 1 student is left out. How many students are there?
|Primary succession flows which type of survivorship curve?|
|Human karyotype is given. identify the genetic disorder from the picture. Options: normal human, euploid, Klinefelter syndrome (correct).|
Difficulty Level of CSIR NET Life Science Shift 2 Exam
The table below contains an overall analysis of the difficulty level and topics with maximum weightage in the CSIR NET Life Science, Shift 2 Exam. The overall difficulty level of the paper was between moderate to difficult as per most candidates.
Overall Difficulty Level
Difficulty Level of Section A
|Medium to Moderate|
Difficulty Level of Section B
Difficulty Level of Section C
CSIR NET Life Science Analysis, Shift 2: Topic Wise Weightage
Candidates can check the topics with the maximum weightage in Part A and Part B and C of the CSIR NET Life Science exam. Check the CSIR NET Exam pattern to learn about the distribution of marks and the weightage of all topics in detail.
CSIR NET Life Science Part A Topic Wise Weightage
Part A of the Life Science Paper consists of questions based on the candidate's General Aptitude. Part A of the CSIR NET Life Science exam consists of Coding-Decoding, Blood Relation, Statement, and Conclusion Based, Figure Counting, Time, Speed and Distance, Rectangle based questions, Factorial and Geometry, and Mensuration.
No. of Questions
|Coding Decoding||To be notified|
|Blood Relation||To be notified|
|To be notified|
|To be notified|
|Figure Counting||To be notified|
|Time, Speed, and Distance||To be notified|
|Rectangle based question||To be notified|
|Factorial||To be notified|
|To be notified|
|To be notified|
|To be notified|
|Geometry and Mensuration||To be notified|
CSIR NET Life Science Part B and C Topic Wise Weightage
The table consists of the topic-wise weightage for the CSIR NET Life Science Part B and C exam, Shift 2. Part B and C of the Life Science exam includes units/topics such as Ecology, Developmental Biology, C. Elegans (Vulva Regeneration), Enzyme Cleavage, Gama Diversity, Maximum Parsimony, Cladogram, Sandwich ELISA, Ramachandran Plot, DNA Replication, and Post Translation Modification.
|Topics||Part B||Part C|
|Plant products. Photosynthesis, plant adaptation, CAM cycle||4 to 5||5|
|Color Blindness, Hardy Weinberg, Allelic frequency,|| 3 to 4|| 4 to 5|
|Color Blindness, Hardy Weinberg, Allelic frequency,|| 2||1 |
|Bryophyte life cycle|| 1||2 |
|Kin selection, net primary productivity, habitat of various organisms,|| 3 to 4||6 to 7|
|Maximum likelihood, parsimony,|| 2||3 |
|Microscopy- phase contrast, resolving power|
ELISA, RIA, Southern blotting, Mass Spec, RACE, PGE, Isoelectric focussing
| 5 to 6||2 to 3|
Questions Asked in today's CSIR NET Life Science Exam 2023, Shift 2
Here is a glimpse of the questions asked in the CSIR NET Life Sciences Exam, Shift 2, from all the sections. Going through the questions will help future candidates prepare better and get a good idea of what kind of questions they must attempt during their preparation journey.
|Questions Asked in Shift 2|
What is the probability of obtaining a total sum of at least 4 when rolling two dice?
How many straight lines are required to draw in order to form 9 smaller rectangles from a single complete rectangle?
Blastocoel occurs in Avian development occur in?
Which plant dispersion secrete molecules that inhibit its own species?
|Do sperm cells have receptors of gACE?|