NEET 2024 Exam Pattern: Latest Marking Scheme, Total Marks, Subjects & Distribution of Marks

National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test 2024 ( NEET )

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NEET 2024 exam pattern has been announced by the National Testing Agency (NTA) along with the notification and the information bulletin. The NEET exam pattern remained the same as that of last year. Despite major changes in the NEET UG syllabus and NEET eligibility criteria, there has not been any change in the NEET pattern 2024

According to the NEET UG exam pattern 2024, the exam will be conducted in a paper-pencil-based or offline mode for three hours and 20 minutes or 200 minutes, scheduled from 2 PM to 5.20 PM as per the Indian Standard Time (IST). To answer the question of how many questions in NEET are there, it can be said that there will be a total of 200 objective multiple-choice questions (MCQs) from the NEET subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The Biology section is further divided into Zoology and Botany. Out of this, 180 questions have to be attempted. Total marks in NEET is 720.

NEET 2024 will be conducted on May 5, 2024. Each subject is divided into two sections, Section A and Section B, carrying 35 and 15 questions respectively.

As per the exam pattern of NEET 2024, each question carries four answer options, out of which candidates will have to select one option. The circle next to the correct option will have to be shaded with blue/black ballpoint pen on the OMR sheet. As per the marking scheme of the NEET UG exam pattern, each question carries four marks and one mark will be deducted for each wrong answer. The total marks for NEET 2024 will be 720. Aspirants aiming to appear for NEET 2024 must be appraised of the NEET exam pattern while preparing.

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The NEET 2024 exam pattern gives candidates more choices of questions to attempt. In the second section, candidates have to attempt 10 out of 15 questions. The number of languages in which NEET 2024 will be conducted is 13, giving more choices to candidates in terms of opting for regional languages.

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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:   Will NEET 2024 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:   Will NEET 2024 have descriptive questions?

A:

As per the NEET exam pattern, the examination will only have objective type multiple-choice questions (MCQs). Hence, there is no possibility of having descriptive questions in NEET. Moreover, given the fact that it is an entrance exam, there is not much significance of the descriptive questions or theoritical knowledge. Each question will carry four answer options and test-takers will have to select the correct answer option and mark it on the OMR sheet.

 

NEET Exam Pattern 2024: Highlights

Know the details of the NEET 2024 exam pattern in the table below.

Particulars

Details

Mode of the examination

Offline

Duration of the examination

Three hours and Twenty Minutes (3.20 hours)

Exam timing

2 pm to 5.20 pm

Type of questions

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)

Total number of Questions

200 (180 applicable questions for attempt)

Total Marks

720

Negative marking

Yes

Marking Scheme

+4 for each correct answer

-1 for each incorrect answer

0 for unattempted or extra attempted question

Total sections in the question paper

3 (Two sections for each subject)

Section A - 35 questions

Section B- 15 questions (10 to be attempted)

NEET Subjects

Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany + Zoology)

Q:   What is the total number of questions in NEET 2024?

A:

The total number of questions in the NEET question paper is 200, out of which 180 questions will have to be attempted. Each of the three NEET subjects will be divided into two sections and each subject will carry an equal weightage. While Section A carries 35 questions, 15 questions are there in Section B. While all 35 questions have to be attempted in Section A, 10 out of 15 questions will have to be attempted in Section B. Test-takers must ensure that they do not attempt any extra question in Section B. Although there will not be any penalty in terms of marks, it would incur loss of time.

 

Q:   Will there be negative marking in NEET 2024?

A:

Yes, the NEET examination pattern suggests that there will be negative marking. For every incorrect answer, one mark will be deducted and 4 marks will be awarded for every correct answer. However, negative marking will not be applicable for the unattempted or extra attempted questions. Since there is a negative marking scheme for wrong answers, candidates must answer questions carefully and select the questions carefully which they are sure about the accuracy.

 

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.

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NEET 2024 Pattern: An Overview of the Question Paper

According to the NEET pattern, the NEET question paper comprises three subjects- Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Each subject was divided into two sections. The table given below depicts the NEET subject-wise weightage and breakup of the question paper.

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NEET 2024 Subject-Wise Weightage 

The following table indicates the sections of the NEET exam pattern, NEET subject list, NEET subject-wise weightage, and the distribution of marks.

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

Clarifying the NEET exam pattern, NTA has stated the following instructions:

  • Section A  consisted of 35 questions in each subject (Question Numbers – 001 to 035, 051 to 085, 101 to 135, and 151 to 185). All questions are compulsory.
  • Section B consisted of 15 questions in each subject (Question Nos – 036 to 050, 086 to 100, 136 to 150, and 186 to 200). In Section B, a candidate needs to attempt any 10 questions out of 15 in each subject.
  • Candidates were advised to read all 15 questions in Section B of each subject carefully before they start attempting the question paper. In the case of a candidate attempting more than 10 questions, the first 10 questions answered by the candidate will be evaluated. 

Q:   How much time will I get to solve each section of NEET 2024?

A:

The candidates will get three hours and 20 minutes to solve the entire question paper of NEET. They can divide the time between the NEET subjects or sections as per their convenience. There is no sectional time limit in the NEET exam pattern. According to the experts, candidates should keep around one hour for each subject and 20 minutes for revision. Candidates must prepare a fool proof time management strategy while taking mock tests. They must follow different approaches and then finalise on the most convenient one.

 

Q:   Will the NEET 2024 exam pattern remain the same as last year?

A:

The NEET 2024 exam pattern has remained the same as last year. NEET is a paper-pencil-based-test of 200 minutes duration and will carry 200 objective type multiple choice questions (MCQs) in total. Out of this, 180 questions will have to be attempted. The total marks of the exam is 720. Each question will have four answer options. Each correct answer will fetch 4 marks and there will be 1 mark negative marking for each wrong answer. There will not be any negative marking for unattempted questions or extra attempted questions. 

 

Q:   As per the NEET pattern, can we attempt all questions from section B?

A:

As per the NEET exam pattern, each subject is divided into two sections, Section A and Section B. Section A consists of 35 questions, wherein all questions have to be attempted. On the other hand, Section B carries 15 questions, out of which, any 10 questions have to be attempted. Hence, to answer your question, no, you cannot answer all questions from Section B of NEET question paper. Even if you attempt all 15 questions in Section B, only the first 10 questions and answers will be marked. Hence, it is advised that attempt only 10 questions which you are confident of, and not all 10. Attempting extra questions will not only lead to wastage of time, but your efforts and focus as well. You can utilise that time in revising the attempted questions, or to increase your number of attempts in Section A. 

 

NEET 2024 Distribution of Marks

The total marks in NEET is 720. Here we bring the marking scheme of NEET in detail:

  • Each correct answer will be awarded four marks
  • One mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer
  • No mark will be deducted for the questions which have not been answered
  • Questions that have two or more responses marked on the OMR sheet will be considered incorrect and one mark will be deducted from them

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NEET Marking Scheme

The table below brings the marking scheme of NEET.

Response Type

Marks awarded

Correct answer

+4

Incorrect answer

-1

Question with more than one response

-1

Unanswered question

0

Extra attempted question

0

Q:   Will there be negative marking in NEET 2024?

A:

Yes, the NEET examination pattern suggests that there will be negative marking. For every incorrect answer, one mark will be deducted and 4 marks will be awarded for every correct answer. However, negative marking will not be applicable for the unattempted or extra attempted questions. Since there is a negative marking scheme for wrong answers, candidates must answer questions carefully and select the questions carefully which they are sure about the accuracy.

 

Q:   Will marks be deducted for unanswered questions in NEET 2024?

A:

According to the NEET exam pattern, there will be no deduction of marks for unanswered questions. Such questions will not be taken into consideration while calculating the total marks of a candidate. Hence, if candidates are not sure about the answer of a question, it is better to leave it unattempted rather than doing a guess work, to avoid negative marking. Moreover, candidates will not get any marks for attempting extra questions in the Section B. Also, candidates are advised to revise the NEET exam sheet or OMR sheet thoroughly before submitting it to the invigilators.  

 

Q:   I marked two answers for a question in NEET. One of the answers is correct. Will I get full marks for this question?

A:

According to the NEET exam pattern, a question for which more than one response is marked on the OMR sheet will be considered incorrect. For such questions, one mark would be deducted. Hence, candidates should be careful while answering on the OMR sheet. They should solve the questions separately on the space provided for rough work, and then shade the answer option on the OMR sheet to avoid such errors. Revision after completing the exam is also important.

 

Important Points to Remember While Marking the OMR Sheet

NTA has suggested the following guidelines for filling the NEET OMR sheet:

  • Answers have to be marked using a ballpoint pen which will be provided in the examination hall
  • Changing answers on the OMR sheet is not allowed
  • Erasing/ obliterating any information printed on the OMR sheet is a punishable offence
  • Rough work should be done on the test booklet only
  • A Candidate must not forget to mark the test booklet code on the OMR sheet

Q:   How to solve paper and OMR answer sheet quickly of NEET? How to score more than 680 marks?

A:

To solve the NEET paper and OMR answer sheet quickly and score above 680 marks, follow these tips:

  1. Familiarise Yourself with the OMR Sheet: Understand the format and structure of the OMR (Optical Mark Recognition) answer sheet. Know how to correctly fill in the details such as your roll number, test booklet code, and question number. 
  2. Time Management: Develop effective time management skills. During the exam, read the questions carefully, and if a particular question seems time-consuming, move on to the next one. Answer the easier questions first to maximise your attempt count. 
  3. Practice with Mock Tests: Regularly practice solving mock tests and previous years' question papers under timed conditions. This will help you improve your speed and accuracy, get accustomed to the exam format, and understand which areas require more focus.
  4. Learn to Skip and Come Back: If you encounter a challenging question, avoid getting stuck on it for too long. Skip it and move on to the next one. You can always come back to it later if you have time remaining. This strategy ensures that you attempt as many questions as possible.
  5. Elimination Technique: Use the elimination method to rule out incorrect answer choices. Narrow down the options by eliminating the ones that are obviously wrong. This strategy increases your chances of selecting the correct answer, even if you are unsure.
  6. Focus on Conceptual Understanding: Instead of rote memorisation, focus on understanding the concepts and principles behind the topics. This will help you apply your knowledge to a wide range of questions and solve them efficiently.
  7. Improve Speed and Accuracy: Enhance your speed and accuracy through regular practice. Solve questions from different sources, and gradually increase your pace while maintaining accuracy. Time yourself during practice sessions to track your progress.
  8. Revise Important Topics: Identify the high-yielding topics that carry more weightage in the NEET exam. Allocate more time to revise and practice questions related to these topics. Strengthening your grasp on these areas will boost your overall score.
  9. Maintain Composure: Stay calm and composed during the exam. Nervousness can lead to careless mistakes. Take deep breaths, manage your time wisely, and focus on one question at a time.
  10. Analyse and Learn from Mistakes: After attempting mock tests or practice papers, analyse your performance. Identify the types of questions you consistently get wrong and the areas where you face difficulties. Work on strengthening those weak areas to minimise errors in the actual exam. Remember that achieving a high score requires consistent effort, dedicated practice, and a thorough understanding of the concepts. Stay focused, maintain a positive mindset, and believe in your abilities. Best of luck for your NEET exam!
 

Q:   What is NEET OMR sheet?

A:

NEET OMR sheet refers to the answer sheet or the answer booklet wherein candidates have to mark or shade the correct answer option. The fullform of OMR is Optical Mark Recognition. Unless candidates mark answers in the OMR sheet properly, those would not be marked. NTA states the following instructions about marking NEET OMR sheets, which are stated below:

  • The OMR sheets will have to be marked with blue or black ballpoint pen.
  • If a bubble is semi-filled, it will not be considered a valid response. Such responses will not be graded
  • The marking must be confined to the circle only. Smudging or overfilled circles will not be graded.
  • The correct way to mark the response is to fill the entire bubble. This will be considered a valid response.
 

Q:   What is the process to download NEET OMR sheets?

A:

Along with the provisional NEET answer keys, NTA releases the NEET OMR sheets of the test takers. Candidates will be able to download those from the official website of NEET. Candidates will have to follow the steps given below to download the NEET OMR sheet:

  1. Visit the official website of NEET, which is neet.nta.nic.in
  2. Click on the link indicating NEET OMR sheet download
  3. Enter the login credentials
  4. Click on ‘OMR Challenge’ tab
  5. Click on ‘Click here to view your OMR Answer Sheet’
  6. Check the scanned image of the answer sheet uploaded by NTA
  7. Download and save the NEET OMR sheet for future reference

After downloading the NEET OMR sheets, candidates must check carefully whether it is in the same condition as the one they had submitted. In case there is any discrepancy, they can submit challenges or objections. In case there is no discrepancy, they can calculate their estimated scores by tallying their responses with the NEET provisional answer keys. 

 

Q:   What is the procedure to challenge NEET OMR sheets?

A:

The responses marked on the OMR Sheet of NEET are scanned and uploaded on the official website of NTA. The responses marked are read and captured by the machines, which can sometimes lead to smudging of the responses. Therefore, there can be errors in the scanned copy of NEET OMR sheet. If a student finds any such error in their OMR sheet, they have the provision to challenge them. Candidates have to pay a processing fee of INR 200 per response challenged. The steps for challenging the OMR sheet of NEET are given below:

  1. Go to the official website of NTA NEET
  2. Login using the NEET application number and password or date of birth
  3. Click on “OMR Challenge”
  4. You will see the questions in sequential order
  5. Select Question (s) for which you wish to challenge the Recorded Response.
  6. Once you select any Question for Challenge, you will see three options under the column ‘Candidate’s Claim’.
  7. If you wish to challenge this option, you may use the Options given in the ‘Candidate’s Claim’ column.
  8. After clicking your desired option, for Physics / Chemistry / Botany / Zoology for NEET (UG) - 2023, scroll down, ‘Submit’, and move to the next screen.
  9. You will see a screen displaying your challenges.
  10. Click on ‘Submit' and Pay Fee Finally’.
  11. Select Mode of Payment and Pay a processing fee of INR 200 for each question/grade challenged. Make payment through Debit/Credit Card/Net Banking/Paytm.
  12. After successful payment, download/print the Answer Key challenge receipt
 

Language options in the exam pattern of NEET 2024

The following table indicates the NEET languages and the centres/cities where it will be available.

Medium

Availability in the NEET exam centres

English

Available at all exam cities/ centres

Hindi

Available at all exam cities/ centres

Urdu

Available at all exam cities/ centres

English

Available at all exam cities/ centres

Marathi

Available at exam centres in Maharashtra

Bengali

Available at exam centres in West Bengal

Gujarati

Available at exam centres in Gujarat, Daman, Dadra and Nagar Haveli

Tamil

Available at exam centres in Tamil Nadu

Telugu

Available at exam centres in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana

Kannada

Available at exam centres in Karnataka

Oriya

Available at exam centres in Odisha

Assamese

Available at exam centres in Assam

Punjabi

Available at exam centres in Punjab, Chandigarh and Delhi

Malayalam

Available at exam centres in Kerala and Lakshadweep

As per the data released by NTA after the NEET 2023 result declaration, after English and Hindi, Gujarati and Bengali are the most opted-for regional language options by candidates. 

Important Points to Remember While Choosing the Medium of NEET 2024

While selecting the NEET question paper medium or the language of the question paper, candidates will have to keep in mind the following pointers:

  • The medium of the question paper has to be selected in the NEET 2024 application form
  • Once the language is chosen, it cannot be changed after the NEET application form is submitted.
  • Candidates who have opted for English as a medium will be provided with the Test Booklet in English language only.
  • Candidates opting for any other language will be provided with a Bilingual Test Booklet, their selected language preference, and English.
  • The English version of the NEET question paper shall be treated as final in case of any ambiguity in the translation of any of the questions.

Q:   What are the languages in which NEET will be conducted?

A:

NEET will be conducted in 13 languages. Till 2020, NEET was held in 11 languages. NTA increased the number of languages or medium to 13 from 2021 onwards. Malayalam and Punjabi are the latest additions. The list of languages are as follows:

  1. English
  2. Hindi
  3. Bengali
  4. Urdu
  5. Assamese
  6. Gujarati
  7. Marathi
  8. Odia
  9. Kannada
  10. Tamil
  11. Malayalam
  12. Punjabi
  13. Telugu.
 

Q:   My medium of paper is Hindi. It means all questions will come in Hindi language?

A:

According to NEET pattern, the question paper for the candidates who have chosen Hindi as the medium will be bilingual. The second language of the question paper will be English. In case candidates have any doubts regarding a particular question or term, they can refer to the English questions. Candidates choosing the NEET question paper medium as Hindi must ensure that they have received the Hindi language question paper in the exam hall. In case they receive English or any other regional language question paper, they must report the matter to the invigilator and get it changed immediately. In case they start solving the NEET question paper of a different language and report it later, it may be considered redundant.

Q:   I want to select English as the language of my NEET question paper. Which city should I choose?

A:

You can choose any exam centre of NEET 2024. English is available at centres across the country. English is an universal language and medium of NEET question paper. The exam city selection option becomes limited once candidates choose a regional language, except Hindi. Apart from the medium of the question factor, the other factor that plays a role in the NEET exam centre city selection is the permanent and present address selected by candidates during the application process.

 

FAQs Regarding NEET 2024 Pattern

Read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) regarding NEET 2024 exam pattern.

Q:   Is it necessary to pass in individual sections of NEET 2024?

A:

There will be no sectional qualifying criterion for NEET 2024. NTA releases overall qualifying marks or cutoff marks for each category. The overall marks will be considered while preparing the rank list for NEET. But to ensure a good score, candidates must ensure a high number of attempt with full accuracy. A skewed performance might hamper the overall marks obtained in NEET.

 

Q:   Has the NEET 2024 exam pattern changed?

A:

The NEET 2024 exam pattern was announced by NTA in the information brochure. The National Testing Agency, the conducting body for NEET released the information bulletin, notification and application form on February 9, 2024. The exam pattern of NEET 2024 remained the same this year. The NEET exam pattern had undergone changes over the past two years in terms of structure and duration. The continuation of the same exam pattern has brought a sense of relief among students as they need not change their preparation strategy or look for new practice papers. Moreover, the previous years' NEET question papers would suffice for preparation and practice purposes.

 

Q:   Is NEET preparation enough for JEE Exam?

A:
NEET and JEE are two very different paths. The only similarity between the two being their competitively. JEE has a bit higher standard questions than NEET. The bade being the same for the two, that is boards, they both diverge their different paths and different question patterns.
 

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