NEET UG 2022: Registration released, know exam pattern and distribution of marks

NEET UG 2022: Registration released, know exam pattern and distribution of marks

NEET UG 2022: Registration released, check exam pattern and marks distribution here

NEET UG 2022: Paper Pattern – PC: My Result Plus

NEET 2022 Exam Pattern: National Testing Agency (NTA), the official exam conducting body for NEET UG 2022 has started the application process for the exam. The registrations are underway on the official website of NTA at neet.nta.nic.in and the last date for submission of application form is May 6. The eligibility criteria, application fee and other details are available on the above website.

As mentioned in the information bulletin of NEET UG 2022, the exam pattern consists of four subjects. There will be two sections in each subject. While Section A will have 35 questions, Section B will have a total of 15 questions. In Section B, out of 15 questions, candidates can attempt any 10 questions.NEET 2022: Exam Pattern

Subject section number of questions Marks (Each question is of 4 marks) Types of Questions
Physics section one 35 140 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
Section B 15 40
chemistry section one 35 140
Section B 15 40
botany section one 35 140
Section B 15 40
zoology section one 35 140
Section B 15 40
total marks 720

NEET 2022: Marking Scheme for Section A

Candidates can refer to the marking scheme for section A, which is mentioned below.

  1. 4 marks will be awarded for each correct answer.
  2. 1 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.
  3. No marks will be awarded for unanswered questions.
  4. If more than one option is found to be correct, 4 marks will be awarded to only those candidates who have filled any of the correct options.
  5. If none of the options is found to be correct or a question is omitted, 4 marks will be awarded to all appeared candidates, regardless of whether they have attempted the question or not.

NEET 2022: Marking Scheme for Section B

Candidates are required to go through the marking scheme for section B mentioned herein.

  1. A candidate is required to attempt 10 questions out of 15. If a candidate attempts more than 10 questions, the first 10 questions will be evaluated.
  2. Each correct answer will award 4 marks to the candidates.
  3. Each wrong answer will award -1 mark to the candidates.
  4. If more than one option is found to be correct, 4 marks will be awarded to only those candidates who have filled any of the correct options.
  5. If the question asked is wrong or a question is omitted, 4 marks will be awarded to all the candidates appearing for the exam.

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