NEET (National Eligibility cum entrance Test)
Cracking NEET with flying colors is a walk in the park for the untiring and diligent, just like any other entrance exam,
The National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts this National Eligibility cum Entrance Test to enroll students for an undergraduate medical course in India (MBBS/BDS/Ayush) and abroad,
Every year the Indian government mandates a minimum threshold of marks scored in NEET as eligibility.
Eligibility Criteria for NEET-UG Exam 2022
- For admission to a medical university in India, candidates from India and abroad must take the NEET exam.
- Age Restrictions: 17 to 25 years old in general (on or before 31st December of the same year) 17 to 30 years SC/ST/OBC/PWD
- Foreign nationals and Overseas Citizens of India (OCI), NRIs, and Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) are eligible for a 15 percent All India Quota seat reservation. Candidates from J&K are not eligible for the 15% All India Quota seats.
- Candidates who are taking or have taken the 12th grade are eligible to apply for NEET. Their acceptance is only verified when they pass the 12th grade exam.
- Sc. from an Indian university with any two of the following subjects: physics, chemistry, biology (botany, zoology), or biotechnology.
- Passed the first year of a three-year PCB degree Programme at a university.
- Number of Attempts – Candidates can take the NEET exam as many times as they like until they reach the maximum age restriction.
What are the minimum marks required in 12th grade for each category?
- 50% – General
- 40% – SC/ST/OBC
NTA NEET 2022 Registration Process
Candidates are required to apply online on http://www.ntaneet.nic.in. After login, fill your name, e-mail id, gender, mobile no., and academic details. Upload the supporting documents.
What are the NEET Exams like?
NEET 2022 will be held in a pen-and-paper format.
What are the available reservations seats in the NEET Exam?
In NEET, the All India Quota seat allocation contains the following reservations:
NEET EXAM Pattern
NEET UG test paper includes multiple-choice questions (MCQ) from Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany + Zoology)
Maximum No. of questions to attempt: 180 out of 200
|Subject||No. of questions||Maximum Marks|
|Physics||45 out of 50||180|
|Chemistry||45 out of 50||180|
|Zoology||45 out of 50||180|
|Botany||45 out of 50||180|
Note :- Questions in each subject are divided into two Sections.
Section A in every subject consists of First 35 compulsory questions,
Section B in every subject consists of 15 questions of which you need to attempt any 10.
In case you attempt more than 10 questions in Section B, only the first 10 will be evaluative.
Total Marks: 720
Duration: 03 hours
NEET Marking Scheme 2022
NEET Syllabus subject wise
|Physics Class 11th Syllabus||Physics Class 12th Syllabus|
|Chapter 1 – Physical World||Chapter 1- Electrostatics|
|Chapter 2 – Units and Measurement||Chapter2- Current Electricity|
|Chapter 3 – Motion in a Straight Line||Chapter3- Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism|
|Chapter 4 – Motion in a Plane||Chapter4- Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents|
|Chapter 5 – Law of Motion||Chapter5- Electromagnetic Waves|
|Chapter 6 – Work, Energy, and Power||Chapter6- Optics|
|Chapter 7 – Systems of Power and Rotational Motion||Chapter7-Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation|
|Chapter 8 – Gravitation||Chapter8- Atoms and Nuclei|
|Chapter 9 – Mechanical Properties of Solids||Chapter9- Electronic Devices|
|Chapter 10 – Mechanical Properties of Fluids||Chapter10- Communication Systems|
|Chapter 11 – Thermal Properties of Matter|
|Chapter 12 – Thermodynamics|
|Chapter 13 – Kinetic Energy|
|Chapter 14 – Oscillations|
|Chapter 15 – Waves|
|Biology Class 11th Syllabus||Biology Class 12th Syllabus|
|Chapter 1: The Living World||Chapter 1 – Reproduction in organisms|
|Chapter 2: Biological Classification||Chapter 2 – Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants|
|Chapter 3: Plant Kingdom||Chapter 3 – Human Reproduction|
|Chapter 4: Animal Kingdom||Chapter 4 – Reproductive Health|
|Chapter 5: Morphology of Flowering Plants||Chapter 5 – Principles of Inheritance And Variation|
|Chapter 6: Anatomy of Flowering Plants||Chapter 6 – Molecular Basis of Inheritance|
|Chapter 7: Structural Organization in Animals||Chapter 7 – Evolution|
|Chapter 8: Cell-The Unit of Life||Chapter 8 – Human Health and Disease|
|Chapter 9: Biomolecules||Chapter 9 – Strategies for Enhancement in Food Production|
|Chapter 10: Cell Cycle and Cell Division||Chapter 10 – Microbes in Human Welfare|
|Chapter 11: Transport in Plants||Chapter 11 – Biotechnology: Principles and Processes|
|Chapter 12: Mineral Nutrition||Chapter 12 – Biotechnology and its Applications|
|Chapter 13: Photosynthesis in Higher Plants||Chapter 13 – Organisms And Population|
|Chapter 14: Respiration in Plants||Chapter 14 – Ecosystem|
|Chapter 15: Plant – Growth and Development||Chapter 15 – Biodiversity and Conservation|
|Chapter 16: Digestion and Absorption||Chapter 16 – Environmental Issues|
|Chapter 17: Breathing and Exchange of Gases|
|Chapter 18: Body Fluids and Circulation|
|Chapter 19: Excretory Products and Their Elimination|
|Chapter 20: Locomotion and Movement|
|Chapter 21: Neural Control and Coordination|
|Chapter 22: Chemical Coordination and Integration|
|Chemistry Class 11th Syllabus||Chemistry Class 12th Syllabus|
|Chapter-1 Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry||Chapter1- Solid State|
|Chapter-2 Structure of Atom||Chapter2-Solutions|
|Chapter-3 Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties||Chapter3- Electrochemistry|
|Chapter-4 Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure||Chemical Kinetics|
|Chapter-5 States of Matter: Gases and Liquids||Surface Chemistry|
|Chapter-6 Chemical Thermodynamics||General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements|
|Chapter-7 Equilibrium||p-Block Elements|
|Chapter-8 Redox Reactions||d Block Elements and f Block Elements|
|Chapter-9 Hydrogen||Coordination Compounds|
|Chapters-10 Block Elements||Haloalkanes and Haloarenes|
|Chapter-10 p -Block Elements||Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers|
|Chapter-11 Organic Chemistry: Some Basic Principles and Techniques||Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids|
|Chapter-12 Hydrocarbons||Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen|
|Chapter-13 Environmental Chemistry||Biomolecules|
|Chapter-15||Chemistry in Everyday Life|
Last Year Cut Off:-
Best Resource to Prepare:
- NCERT text books for class XI and XII (Physics, Chemistry and Biology).
- NCERT Exemplar.
- NTA app. https://www.nta.ac.in/abhyas
- Roboassess (A collection of more than 5 Lakh questions, A Comprehensive tool for Practice and Testing) by Lakshya Institute.
- Robomate+ (A Friendly App. that provides you with everything, From Notes to AVs) by Lakshya Institute.
- Excellent Teachers/Subject Experts