NTA NEET 2025: Syllabus, Exam Dates, Eligibility, Pattern, Preparation Tips

National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test 2024 ( NEET )

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NEET 2025 exam will be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) tentatively in the first week of May 2025. NEET 2025 is the biggest entrance exam for undergraduate medical courses. Know the details of the exam in terms of important dates, pattern, syllabus, eligibility criteria, result, cutoff, etc. here on this page.

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Given the past year’s trends, it is expected that the NEET 2025 exam will be conducted on Sunday, May 4, 2025, from 2 PM to 5.20 PM in over 550 cities across India and abroad. The NEET 2025 exam date will be announced tentatively by the end of September 2024.

Q:   What is the exam pattern of NEET?

A:
NEET or National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is a paper-pencil based test (PBT) of 3 hours and 20 minutes duration. There are a total of 200 multiple-choice questions (MCQs), out of which 180 questions have to be attempted. The syllabus of the exam consists of Physics Chemistry and Biology subjects. The Biology subject is segregated between Zoology and Botany. Each subject will be divided into two sections, Section A and Section B. Section A carries 35 questions and Section B carries 15 questions. While all 35 questions can be attempted in Section A, in Section B, 10 questions out of 15 have to be attempted. Each question carries four answer options and the correct option has to be marked on the OMR sheet. According to the marking scheme, each correct question carries 4 marks and there is a negative marking of 1 mark for each wrong answer. No marks will be awarded or deducted for unattempted or extra attempted questions.

Q:   What is the format of the NEET scorecard?

A:

The NEET scorecard or the NEET result is declared in an online mode. The NEET scorecard is released online in PDF format. Candidates will have to obtain the NEET scorecard by following the steps given below:

1. Visit the official website - neet.nta.nic.in

2. Click on the link indicating NEET scorecard download

3. Enter the NEET application number and date of birth or password

4. Enter the security pin

5. Download the NEET scorecard PDF document

6. Take multiple printouts

Candidates must preserve the hard and soft copy of the NEET scorecard till the admission or counselling process is concluded. 

 

Q:   What is the format for the NEET exam?

A:

The format for NEET exam is a total of 180 question with total 720 marks. Four marks will be awarded for a right answer and one mark will be deducted for a wrong answer. The questions will be objective type that is MCQ based. 90 questions will be from Biology including Zoology and Botany both, and 45 questions each from Physics and 45 Chemistry. Each subject will be divided into two sections. The syllabus will be that of Class 11 and Class 12 CBSE syllabus.

Aspirants who are aiming to crack NEET 2025 should start their preparation right away, if not already started. Generally, students start their NEET preparation approximately two years in advance, i.e. from Class 11. Along with the preparation, students must be aware of the other details about the exam. For them, this article of Shiksha brings all about NEET 2025, in terms of important dates, eligibility criteria, application process, exam pattern, syllabus, books and preparation strategy among others.

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NEET 2025 Overview

The following table brings the NEET 2025 overview or the highlights of the exam.

Particulars

Details

Exam Name

National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET)

Conducting Body

National Testing Agency (NTA)

Exam Level

Undergraduate (UG) Exam at National Level

Exam Frequency

Once a year

Total Registrations

25 lakh approx. (NEET 2024)

Exam Mode

Offline or Paper Pencil Based Test (PBT)

Courses Offered Through NEET UG

MBBS, BDS, BSc Nursing, BAMS, BVSC & AH

Exam Fees

INR 1,700 (General), 1,600 (OBC), 1,000 (Reserved category candidates), 9,500 (Foreign nationals)

Exam Duration and Timing

3 hours and 20 minutes

2 PM to 5.20 PM (IST)

Number of Subjects and Total Marks

Physics (180 marks), Chemistry (180 marks), Biology (360 marks): Total Marks - 720

Total Questions

200 (180 to be attempted)

Marking Scheme

+4 for each correct answer

-1 for each incorrect answer

Number of Exam Cities

554 (India)

14 (Abroad)

Language/Medium of Paper

13 Languages - English, Hindi, Bengali, Urdu, Assamese, Gujarati, Marathi, Odia, Kannada, Tamil, Malayalam, Punjabi and Telugu

Accepting Colleges

1,613 colleges

Total Number of Seats

MBBS - 1,09,145 BDS - 27,868 BAMS - 52,720 BVSc & AH - 603

NEET Helpline Numbers

011-69227700, 011-40759000

Email: neet@nta.ac.in, neet1@nta.ac.in

NEET Official Website

www.neet.ntaonline.in, www.exams.nta.ac.in/NEET

NEET 2025 Important Dates

NEET important dates or the complete schedule of NEET 2025 will be announced by NTA in due course of time. NTA first announces the exam date, followed by the application schedule. The following table brings the tentative schedule for NEET 2025.

Q:   Will NEET 2025 have sectional time limits?

A:

No, there is no time limit to solve a section in NEET. The total duration of the exam is 200 minutes, or three hours and 20 minutes. Hence, on an average, candidates will get around five minutes for each question. Candidates must keep a tab on the timing as NEET is a time-pressed exam. Before the exam day, candidates are advised to prepare a time management strategy wherein a particular timing should be assigned for each section or subject. They must also note that they will not be given any extra time to complete the exam, nor will they be allowed to take breaks in between or leave before time.

Q:   Is there is bonus marking for NEET?

A:

There will be bonus marking or extra marks awarded to NEET candidates only if there is a discrepancy in the NEET answer key. Clarifying the same, NTA has stated:

1. If more than one option is found to be correct then Four marks (+4) will be awarded to only those who have marked any of the correct options.

2. If all options are found to be correct then Four marks (+4) will be awarded to all those who have attempted the question.

3. If none of the options is found correct or a Question is found to be wrong or a Question is dropped then all candidates who have appeared will be given four marks  (+4) irrespective of the fact whether the question has been attempted or not attempted by the candidate.

Q:   Will the NEET 2025 exam pattern change?

A:

The NEET 2025 exam pattern will be announced by NTA in the information brochure, which wll be released tentatively in the second week of February 2025. For the last two years, the exam pattern of NEET has remained the same. Hence, it is expected that the NEET 2025 exam pattern will also remain the same as last year. The NEET exam pattern had undergone changes previously in terms of structure and duration. The continuation of the same exam pattern of NEET will bring a sense of relief among students as they will not require changing their preparation strategy or look for new practice papers. Moreover, the previous years' NEET question papers would suffice for preparation and practice purposes.

Q:   What is the basis of the NEET 2024 analysis?

A:

The NEET 2024 analysis is prepared based on the student reactions and reviews by experts. While the student reactions may vary from one to another as each student has a different perspective, the expert review is a more credible source of NEET 2024 analysis. The difficulty level of NEET 2024 may vary for candidates, based on their preparation level. Based on the expertise and experience, the NEET 2024 analysis by experts will provide a more in-depth overview of the exam for each subject, topics, syllabus coverage and weightage. Expert analysis for NEET 2024 will also act as a basis of preparation for aspirants planning to appear for the exam next year. However, student reactions give a first-hand impression of the exam which cannot be ruled out. It gives a glance to the NEET question paper and the personal feedback of candidates. NEET 2024 analysis by student reactions help evaluate the overall performance of candidates and the expected cutoff.

Q:   Will the NEET 2025 exam pattern remain the same as last year?

A:

The NEET 2025 exam pattern is expected to remain the same as last year. NEET is a paper-pencil-based-test of 200 minutes duration and carries 200 objective type multiple choice questions (MCQs) in total. Out of this, 180 questions have to be attempted. The total marks of the exam is 720. Each question has four answer options. Each correct answer fetches four marks and there is one mark negative marking for each wrong answer. There is no negative marking for unattempted questions or extra attempted questions. 

Events

Dates

NEET 2025 exam date announcement

Fourth week of September 2024

NEET 2025 application form release

Second week of February 2025

NEET 2025 application form last date

Second week of March 2025

NEET 2025 application correction window

Third week of March 2025

NEET 2025 city intimation slip

Fourth week of April 2025

NEET 2025 admit card

First week of May 2025

NEET 2025 exam

First week of May 2025

NEET 2025 provisional answer key release and objection submission

First week of June 2025

NEET 2025 result and final answer key

Second week of June 2025

NEET 2025 Eligibility Criteria

The NEET 2025 eligibility criteria is expected to remain the same as last year. The NEET eligibility criteria changed last year in terms of subjects studied in Class 11 and Class 12, and schooling. Take a look at the NEET eligibility criteria 2025 below.

  • Candidates should have passed or scheduled to appear for the Class 12 Board exam or equivalent with Chemistry, Physics, Biology/Biotechnology and English subjects
  • Candidates belonging to the General category should have secured a minimum of 50 per cent aggregate and reserved category candidates should secure 45 per cent (General-PWD) and 40 per cent (SC, ST, OBC, Reserved PWD)
  • Candidates must have attained the age of 17 years at the time of admission or will attain the same by December 31, 2025. Accordingly, the minimum date of birth of candidates should be December 31, 2008. There is no upper age limit.
  • Indian nationals/ Overseas Citizens of India (OCIs) who wish to pursue MBBS/BDS from a foreign university also have to qualify for NEET 2025.

In terms of the changes introduced last year, candidates who have studied or are studying Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Biotechnology and English as additional subjects are also considered eligible to appear for the exam. Moreover, candidates who have completed their schooling from Open Schools will also be eligible.

NEET 2025 Application Process

The NEET 2025 application forms will be released online, on the official website of the exam. Applicants will have to fill and submit the NEET application form, including the payment of the application fee, in online mode.

The step-by-step NEET application form procedure is given below.

  • Visit the official website of NEET 2025 – neet.ntaonline.in or exams.nta.ac.in/NEET
  • Click on the NEET 2025 Registration tab under the Latest News section
  • Read the instructions carefully and click on the agreement checkbox
  • Enter the mandatory details such as personal and contact details, and generate a password
  • Verify the details by entering the OTP received on your mobile number and email address
  • The registration credentials such as application number and password will be sent to candidates through email
  • Login with the NEET 2025 registration credentials to complete the application form
  • Fill in the mandatory details in each section such as personal, educational, medium of question paper, exam city preference, documents upload (photograph, signature, finger and thumb impressions, category certificate, etc.) and other information
  • Pay the application fee in online mode with Credit/Debit Card, Net Banking and UPI.

The NEET 2025 application fee is likely to remain the same as last year. The table below shows the category-wise application fee for NEET 2025.

Category

Application fee (In INR)

General/NRI

1,700

Gen-EWS, OBC-NCL

1,600

SC, ST, PWBD, Third Gender

1,000

Candidates Outside India

9,500

NEET 2025 Admit Card

NEET admit card or hall ticket is the mandatory document to be carried to the exam centre. NTA will release the NEET 2025 admit card in online mode only for the registered candidates, tentatively in the first week of May 2025, a couple of days before the exam date. Test takers will have to download it by logging into the exam website and following the steps given below.

  • Visit the NTA NEET 2025 website – neet.ntaonline.in or exams.nta.ac.in/NEET
  • Click on the link indicating NEET 2025 Admit Card download
  • Enter the NTA NEET 2025 Application Number and Password or any other available login option
  • Enter the Security Pin
  • Download the NEET UG 2025 Admit Card
  • Take multiple printouts

NEET 2025 Exam Pattern

The NEET exam pattern states that it is a paper-pencil-based test (PBT) of 200 minutes or 3 hours and 20 minutes duration. There are a total of 200 objective-type multiple-choice questions (MCQs) from Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

Each section is distributed in two sections, Section A and Section B, carrying 45 and 15 questions respectively. Within Section B, test takers have to attempt 10 questions out of 15. Each question carries four marks and there is a negative marking of one mark for each wrong answer. The following table brings the detailed structure of the exam.

Sections

Number of Questions

Total Marks

Physics Section A

35

140

Physics Section B

15

40

Chemistry Section A

35

140

Chemistry Section B

15

40

Botany Section A

35

140

Botany Section B

15

40

Zoology Section A

35

140

Zoology Section B

15

40

NEET 2025 Syllabus

Last year, the NEET syllabus underwent major changes. Several topics from each of the three subjects were removed. On the other hand, a few topics were added to each of the subjects as well. Explaining the reason behind the change, NTA stated, “Due to the COVID-19 scenario, various School Boards deleted portions of each subject's syllabus. The deleted portion is still not being taken back by these Boards. The deletions were not uniform across various boards. Hence, a number of requests were received by the NTA for the revision of the syllabus.”

The subject-wise syllabus is given below.

Physics

Chemistry

Biology

Physics & Measurement

Physical Chemistry

Basic Concepts of Chemistry

Diversity in Living World

Kinematics

Structure of Atom

Structural Organisation in Animals and Plants

Laws of Motion

Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure

Cell Structure and Function

Work, Energy & Power

Chemical Thermodynamics

Plant Physiology

Rotational Motion

Solutions

Human Physiology

Gravitation

Equilibrium

Reproduction

Properties of Solids and Liquids

Redox Reactions and Electrochemistry

Genetics and Evolution

Thermodynamics

Chemical Kinetics

Biology and Human Welfare

Kinetic Theory of Gases

Inorganic Chemistry

Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties

Biotechnology and Its Applications

Oscillations and Waves

p-Block Elements

Ecology and Environment

 

 

Electrostatics

d- and f- Block Elements

Current Electricity

Coordination Compounds

Magnetic Effects of Current & Magnetism

Organic Chemistry

Purification and Characterisation of Organic Compounds

Electromagnetic Inductions & Alternating Currents

Some Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry

Electromagnetic Waves

Hydrocarbons

Optics

Organic Compounds Containing Halogens

Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation

Organic Compounds Containing Oxygen

Atoms and Nuclei

Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen

Electronic Devices

Biomolecules

Experimental Skills

Principles Related to Practical Chemistry

NEET 2025 Preparation

NEET 2025 preparation must be started by candidates at least two years in advance since the NEET syllabus involves chapters and topics of both Class 11 and Class 12. However, a student who has gained overall subject and conceptual knowledge of Physics, Chemistry and Biology, can start their full-fledged NEET preparation a year before the exam, which is right after starting their Class 12. Here we bring some tips to prepare for the NEET 2025 exam.

  • Know the NEET exam pattern and structure thoroughly – The first and foremost method of NEET preparation is to be abreast with the exam pattern and structure. While the NEET exam pattern is given above, students are also advised to go through previous years’ NEET question papers to get a thorough idea of the exam structure.
  • Be thorough with the NEET syllabus – It is expected that the NEET 2025 syllabus will be the same as last year. Hence, they must go through the syllabus of NEET and check and prepare for the additional areas which they have not studied in their Class 11 and Class 12.
  • Analyse strengths and weaknesses – It is very important to assess one’s strengths and weaknesses to prepare properly. Based on the analysis, one should plan the preparation strategy to improve the weak areas and revise the strong areas to not lose guard on the same.
  • Practice – Along with preparation, it is important to practice from various sources such as NEET mock tests (full-length and sectional), solving previous years’ NEET question papers, test series, etc.

NEET 2025 Books

Based on the expert and topper suggestions, the following books are suggested as the best study materials for NEET:

Best Books for NEET Physics

  • NCERT Textbook for Class 11 Physics
  • NCERT Textbook for Class 12 Physics
  • Objective Physics by DC Pandey
  • Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick and Walker
  • Concepts of Physics by H C Verma
  • Fundamental Physics by Pradeep
  • Problems in General Physics by IE Irodov

Best Books for NEET Chemistry

  • NCERT Chemistry textbooks for Class 11
  • NCERT Chemistry textbooks for Class 12
  • Dinesh Chemistry Guide
  • Organic Chemistry by Morrison and Boyd for Organic Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry Objective by Arihant
  • Modern’s ABC of Chemistry for Class 11 and Class 12
  • Physical Chemistry by OP Tandon
  • Physical Chemistry by P Bahadur
  • Concise Inorganic Chemistry by JD Lee
  • Practice Books by VK Jaiswal (Inorganic), MS Chauhan (Organic) and N Awasthi (Physical)

Best Books for NEET Biology

  • NCERT Biology Class 11 Textbook
  • NCERT Biology Class 12 Textbook
  • Trueman's Biology Vol 1 and 2
  • Objective Biology by Dinesh
  • Objective Biology by Ansari
  • Pradeep Publication's Biology
  • Biology by GR Bathla Publications
  • SC Verma Biology

NEET 2025 Centres

The total number of NEET exam centres in 2025 is likely to be over 5,000, which will be located in over 570 cities across India and abroad. Over the last few years, the total number of exam cities has increased exponentially across India. However, the number of international exam cities has remained constant, which is 14. It is expected that the number of NEET 2025 exam cities will be higher than last year. Last year, the total number of exam centres was 4,751 and the number of NEET exam cities was 557 in India and 14 cities abroad. 

Candidates have to select two exam cities in the order of preference. NTA will allot the NEET 2025 exam centre based on candidates’ preferences and availability.

Last year, NTA announced that there will not be any international exam city for NEET. However, later it was announced that NEET would be conducted in 14 international cities, same as the previous year.  

NEET 2025 Question Paper

The NEET question paper will be in 13 languages. Candidates have to select their preferred NEET question paper language while filling up the application form and must ensure that they receive the question paper of the language opted for by them. Test-takers are allowed to carry the NEET question paper outside the exam centre after the exam.

There will be a total of four sets, each divided into six sub-sets. There will be a total of 200 questions in each paper, out of which candidates will have to attempt 180. While the questions in each NEET question paper are the same, the arrangement or the positioning of the subjects or questions will vary. NEET 2025 aspirants can check the previous years’ NEET question papers, answer keys and solutions below.

Also Read: NEET 2024 Question Paper PDF Download with Solutions

NEET 2025 Answer Key

The NEET 2025 provisional answer key will be released by NTA approximately a month after the conduct of the exam, i.e. first week of June 2024. Candidates will be given a window of four to five days to submit objections. The NTA expert panel will review the objections and deduce the final answer keys. The NEET 2025 result will be computed based on the NEET 2025 final answer keys.

After the conclusion of the exam, experts from top coaching institutes will release the NEET 2025 answer keys for each question paper set or code. These are unofficial NEET answer keys and should be used by candidates to calculate their estimated scores.

Also Read: NEET 2024 Answer Key for Q, R, S, T Codes

NEET 2025 Result

The NEET 2025 result will be declared by NTA tentatively in the second week of June 2025. NTA will release the NEET result 2025 in the form of a merit list and scorecard.  Candidates will have to download their scorecards in PDF format by logging in to the NTA NEET 2025 website. Along with the NEET result, NTA will also release the data and statistics of the exam in terms of total number of applicants, exam takers and qualifying candidates.

NEET 2025 Cutoff

The NEET 2025 cutoff will be released by NTA along with the result. Given the high number of test takers, it is expected that the NEET cutoff 2025 will be higher than last year. For reference, we bring last year’s NEET cutoff.

Category

NEET 2023 Cutoff Percentile

NEET 2023 Cutoff Marks

General/EWS

50

720-137

OBC, SC, ST

40

136-107

General/EWS/PH

45

136-121

OBC, SC, ST & PH

40

120-107

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NEET 2025 Counselling

The NEET counselling or the admission process will begin approximately a month after declaring the result. There will be two types of NEET counselling process, one for the 15 per cent All India Quota (AIQ) seats and another for the 85 per cent State Quota seats. The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) conducts the admission or seat allotment process for the AIQ seats and the state counselling or medical councils conduct the NEET counselling for the State Quota seats.

FAQs Regarding NEET 2025

Q: When will NTA announce the NEET 2025 date?

A: The National Testing Agency (NTA) is likely to announce the NEET 2025 exam date in September 2025. NTA will consider various aspects such as the schedule for other national level undergraduate entrance exams, Board exams, and other factors while deciding the date. Announcing the NEET 2025 date in advance will ensure that candidates get enough time to prepare for the exam.

Q: When will the NEET 2025 exam be conducted?

A: Based on the past few years’ trends, it is likely that the NEET 2025 exam will be conducted in the first week of May 2025, tentatively Sunday, May 4, 2025, from 2 PM to 5.20 PM. NTA will announce the exam date through an official notice or exam calendar. It is expected that the exam will be conducted as per the previous years’ trends, and there will not be any delay in the exam.

Q: When will the NEET 2025 application process begin?

A: It is expected that the NEET 2025 application process will begin tentatively in the first week of February 2025. The duration of the application process is likely to range for a month. Based on student requests, NTA may extend the last date to fill the NEET application form 2025. There is also a possibility of reopening the NEET 2025 registration and application window.

Q: Will there be any change in the NEET 2025 syllabus or exam pattern?

A: The NEET UG syllabus underwent major changes last year. Explaining the reason, NTA stated, “Due to the COVID-19 scenario, various School Boards deleted portions of each subject's syllabus. The deleted portion is still not being taken back by these Boards. The deletions were not uniform across various boards. Hence, a number of requests were received by the NTA for the revision of the syllabus.” Hence, there is low chance of NEET 2025 syllabus to get revised. However, since the NEET exam pattern has remained the same since the past few years, there is a chance of the exam pattern or structure to change.

Q: How many attempts of NTA NEET UG is allowed?

A: There is no limit to the number of attempts for appearing in the NTA NEET UG exam. While NEET UG is conducted once a year and candidates can appear only once in one year, an overall basis, an aspirant can appear for the exam as many times as he/she wishes to. Given the fact that the upper age limit has been removed, there is no barrier to the highest number of attempts. 

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