All You Should Know About NEET 2022

NEET (UG) exam is conducted by an autonomous organisation called the NTA – National Testing Agency. Qualifying this exam will provide admissions into various medical courses like BDS, MBBS, BAMS, BHMS, BUMS and BSMS. Also, the National Medical Commission Act (2019) made it a compulsory exam for every medical aspirant to enter their desired institutions. Now, let’s have a quick look at the registration process and syllabus for this exam. 

Exam Pattern 

This eligibility-cum-entrance exam is a 3-hour duration test. The exam timings are provided on the admit card, along with the date and venue. The NEET (UG) is an OMR-sheet based MCQ assessment that has two sections (A and B). Section A has 35 compulsory questions, and section B has 15 questions, out of which candidates can attempt any 10. 

Each subject (Chemistry, Botany, Zoology and Physics) has 45 such questions to be answered. Thus a total of 180 questions are to be attempted in 3 hours. Each question carries 4 marks, and unattended questions carry no marks. But, each incorrect answer will fetch a -1 mark. 


NMC (National Medical Commission) has devised this syllabus after reviewing various state boards, CBSE and COBSE curriculums to ensure uniformity. The focus subjects for NEET are Chemistry, Physics and Biology. Also, it is mandatory for the candidates to have studied these subjects in their Class 12. The in-depth NEET syllabus 2022 is as follows:

Physics NEET Syllabus

Current Electricity, Optics, Electrostatics, Kinematics, Thermal and Modern Physics are some important chapters in terms of NEET. Apart from that, the important topics to be covered are as follows: 

  • Physical World and Measurement 
  • Laws of Motion
  • Magnetism
  • System of Particles and Rigid Body
  • Work, Energy and Power 
  • Gravitation 
  • Oscillation and Waves 
  • Thermodynamics 
  • Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory
  • Electronic Devices
  • Atoms and Nuclei 

Chemistry NEET Syllabus

Various topics from Physical, Organic as well as Inorganic Chemistry are covered for NEET. Also, remember that 36% weightage is allotted to the Chemistry portion. The topics covered here are: 

  • Amines 
  • Basics of Organic Chemistry
  • Biomolecules
  • Polymers
  • Hydrocarbons
  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Hydrogen and s, p, d, f Block Elements
  • Classification of Elements and Periodicity 
  • Coordination Compounds 
  • Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
  • States of Matter 
  • Atomic Structure 
  • Chemical Kinetics 
  • Redox Reactions 
  • Aldehyde, Carboxylic Acids and Ketones
  • Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers 
  • Haloalkanes and Haloarenes

Biology NEET Syllabus 

It includes both Botany and Zoology topics from various chapters. The important chapters to be covered are as follows:

  • Diversity in Living Organisms
  • Structural Organisation in Plants and Animals 
  • Human Physiology
  • Plant Physiology 
  • Reproduction 
  • Cell Structure and Functions
  • Genetics and Evolution 
  • Biology and Human Welfare 
  • Ecology 
  • Biotechnology 

How to Apply for the NEET (UG) Exam? 

First, visit the official NEET website and click on the registration link. Add all basic details such as name, address, number and date of birth. Then generate your own password to log in again. Now add your personal and educational details. Also, upload the necessary documents, photograph, signature and finally check the preview. Remember that the NEET application form will be valid only after paying the registration fees. Download and print the application confirmation page for future reference. 

Things to Remember 

  • Any change in the information provided by the applicant after the closure of registration is not entertained by the NTA. 
  • Make sure that all necessary documents are kept ready in the asked format (JPG/PDF). Also, check the dimensions and image size from the official website. 
  • Provide a valid ID proof with a photo and preferably from the Government. Foreign Nations and NRIs can provide passport, citizenship certificate/Aadhar number. 
  • Furthermore, check updates from the official website of NTA, AYUSH, DGHS, MoH & FW, and also the Medical Counselling Committee.