NEET Exam Pattern 2022: Total Marks, UG PG Question, Marking Scheme

NEET Exam Pattern 2022: Candidates who want to pursue MBBS or BDS from various government or private medical colleges must apply for medical entrance examination NEET exam.

Note:  NTA will be responsible for conducting NEET exam this year. Notification has been issued for admission to the medical courses. See the images below for NEET exam dates

NEET PG is administrated by National Board of Examination (NBE) every year to offers admission to MD/MS and PG Diploma in government & private medical colleges across India.

NEET Exam Pattern 2022

NEET 2022 Exam Pattern

There is no change in NEET Syllabus or Exam Pattern. Candidates must check the exam pattern before appearing for the exam to avoid the confusion related to paper & exam.

UG Exam Pattern

Mode of ExaminationOffline (Pen-paper based)
Session of examSingle session
Paper LanguagesEnglish, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Oriya, Kannada and Urdu
Time Duration2 hours
Question TypesMultiple Choice Questions/ Objective Type
Section3 (Physics, Chemistry  & Biology)
Total Questions180
Total Marks720
Marking Scheme
  • +4 for each correct answer
  • -1 for each wrong answer

The HRD Ministry had said that the newly formed NTA will conduct NEET twice a year and the exam will be computer-based but on the request of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the same pattern followed last year to be continued.  Medical Entrance Exam NEET will be held in Once in a year.

PG Exam Pattern

Mode of ExaminationOnline (Computer based)
Session of examSingle session
Paper LanguagesEnglish
Time Duration3 hours 30 minutes
Question TypesMultiple Choice Questions/ Objective Type
Total Questions 300
Marking Scheme
  • +4 for each right response
  • -1 for each wrong answer

NEET 2022 Subject wise Weightage

Candidates must check the Subject wise Weightage for preparing well in the exam. With the help of this, you will get to know which area needs more time to study, which area is important as per exam perspective, which subject carries more weightage etc.

Subjects WeightageNo of questions

Check out some Key Points given below which will be helpful for you to Score Maximum Marks


  • Difficulty Level: Toughest & Time Consuming
  • No of Difficult Questions: 10 – 15 out of 45
  • Maximum Weightage Topics: Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Magnetism


  • Difficulty Level: Moderate
  • Maximum Weightage: Organic & Physical chemistry
  • Question Range: Theoretical & Reasoning based to Practical


  • Difficulty Level: Easiest
  • Maximum Weightage: Human Physiology & Plant Diversity

NEET Syllabus & Previous Year Papers

Candidates who are looking for exam stuff to and fro need not to worry because we have provided all exam study materials here.  You can check NEET Previous Year Papers to analyze your knowledge & strengthen your exam preparation. Last year Papers will help you to improve your speed & accuracy.

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