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Syllabus and Exam Pattern of NEET
Author : kiran
Category : NEET
posted Date : 10/30/2011 12:47:03 PM
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Syllabus and Exam Pattern of NEET

 Exam Pattern

Subjects Duration No. of Questions Max. Marks+
Physics 45 Min 45 45
Chemistry 45 Min 45 45
Botany 45 Min 45 45
Zoology 45 Min 45 45
Total 180 min 180 180

NEET 2012 will have 180 questions divided in 4 equal sections for



Botany and Zoology.

Total time to complete 180 questions would be 3 hours.

It is expected that about 10 ? 15 lakhs MBBS aspirants are expected to appear the First All India Level Entrance to be conducted on 2nd or 3rd Sunday of May 2012.
Remember now there is only a single qualifying exam for students willing to pursue a career in Medicine.

Total no. of seats across country for MBBS: 40,000

Eligibility Criteria:Passed 12th class examination, minimum of 50% (General category) and 40% (Reserved category) in aggregate of Physics, Chemistry and Biology from a recognized board before admission

Language of Examination:English and Local Language (Tamilnadu, UP, MP)

Type of Exam:Paper Based (for 2012)

Exam Pattern:single response type MCQs

Total Questions:250

Subject wise allocation of marks:30% marks each for Physics and Chemistry and 40% marks for Biology, i.e. Physics: 75 mcqs, Chemistry: 75 mcqs, Biology, 100 mcqs.

Test Duration:3 hrs

Date of Notification:last week of November 2011

Mode of apply:both online and offline

Application Fees:Rs. 1000 (Unreserved category) and Rs 800 (Reserved category)

Last Date of application:January 15th 2012 12.00 Noon

Issue of AdmitCards: by April 15th 2012

Exam Date:Last Sunday of May

 Paper Evaluation:

1. Marks in Biology section of paper (Higher marks will be placed higher in the rank)
2. Marks in Chemistry section of paper (Higher marks will be placed higher in the rank)
3. Marks in Physics section of paper (Higher marks will be placed higher in the rank)
4. Total number of negative responses (Fewer negative responses will be placed higher in the rank)
5. Date of birth (older person will be placed higher in the rank).



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