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WHAT IS THE SYLLABUS OF NTA NEET

INTRODUCTION:

NEET is the medical entrance exam for the students who want to make their career in the medical field. NTA is the national testing agency which conducts the NEET examination. NEET is conducted once a year, more than 14 lakh students appear in this examination. NEET is the common entrance test for all the medical courses in India.

NEET UG is conducted for the undergraduate courses and NEET PG is conducted for post-graduation courses.

IMPORTANCE OF NEET:

  • As the medical professions are very important in the world, mostly in pandemic situations like COVID-19, the doctors and other medical professionals needed in these situations should be the best among the others, that’s why the NEET helps in selecting the best students for this profession.
  • It helps in making the students to enhance their knowledge.
  • It gives the platform for the students to make their career in the medical profession.
  • It helps students handle the pressure in the examinations in the future.
  • It is the only exam in India to take admission in MBBS and other medical courses.

SYLLABUS OF NEET:

The Syllabus for NTA NEET consists of the topics covered in the classes 11th and 12th from physics, chemistry and biology.

The syllabus of NEET is decided by the medical council of India by analyzing the syllabus of different boards like CBSE, ICSE etc.

As per the new guidelines many questions are reduced from the syllabus of NEET-UG.

SYLLABUS OF PHYSICS IN NEET:

CLASS 11TH CLASS 12TH
  • Physical-world and measurement
  • Electrostatics
  • Kinematics
  • Current electricity
  • Laws of motions.
  • Magnetic effect of current
  • Work, energy and power
  • Magnetism
  • The motion of systems of particles in rigid body
  • Electromagnetic induction
  • Gravitation
  • Alternating current
  • Properties of heavy matter
  • Electromagnetic waves
  • Thermodynamics
  • Optics
  • Oscillation’s and wave’s
  • Atom’s and nucleus
  • Behavior of perfect gases and kinetic theory
  • Electronic devices

There are some topics deleted from physics from the syllabus of CBSE, from class 11th some topics are deleted from mechanical properties of solids and from class 12th some topics are deleted from the chapter of wave optics, for the syllabus of NTA NEET.

SYLLABUS OF CHEMISTRY FOR NTA NEET:

CLASS 11TH CLASS 12TH
  • fundamental concepts of chemistry
  • Solid states/phase
  • Structure of atoms
  • Solutions
  • Classification of elements and periodic in properties
  • Electrochemistry
  • Chemical bonding
  • Chemical kinetics
  • Molecular structure
  • Surface chemistry
  • States of matter: gases and liquids
  • General principles and processes for isolation of elements
  • Thermodynamics
  • p-block elements
  • Equilibrium.
  • D-and f- block elements
  • Redox reactions
  • Coordination compounds
  • Hydrogen
  • Haloalkanes
  • s-block element
  • Halo arenes
  • p- block element
  • Alcohols, phenols and ethers
  • Organic chemistry: some fundamental principles and techniques
  • Aldehyde, ketone’s and carboxylic acid
  • Hydrocarbon
  • Organic compounds containing nitrogen
  • Environmental chemistry
  • Biomolecules, polymers
  • Chemistry in everyday life

There are some topics deleted from chemistry from the syllabus of CBSE, from class 11th some topics are deleted from 14 chapters and from class 12th some topics are deleted from the 16 chapters, for the syllabus of NTA NEET.

SYLLABUS OF BIOLOGY FOR NTA NEET:

Class 11th Class 12th
Diversity in living world Reproduction
Structural organization of animals and plants Genetics and evolution
cells structure and function Biology and human welfare
Plant physiology Biotechnology and its applications
Human physiology Ecology and environment

There are some topics deleted from biology from the syllabus of CBSE, from class 11th some topics are deleted from 11 chapters and from class 12th some topics are deleted from chapter 5, for the syllabus of NTA NEET.

DIFFICULTY LEVELS OF SYLLABUS OF NTA NEET:

  • NEET is indexed under one of the difficult exams in the national level exam in INDIA. The syllabus of the NEET is designed by the medical council of India by analyzing many factors. The difficulty level of the NEET lies from moderate to tough.
  • NEET compresses three subjects namely physics, chemistry and biology. Biology is further divided into two parts: zoology and botany. Zoology deals with the humans and animals, whereas botany deals with the study related to plants.
  • Most of the questions are based on equations, derivations, chemical equations and numerical which make the exam complicated. But with the right guidance and right preparation tips, the exam becomes easy for the aspirants.
  • Most of the questions asked in the exam are generally based on higher aptitude, logical and advanced aptitude skills.

PATTERN OF THE EXAMINATION:

  • The exam contains 200 questions in the examination, by which students have to attempt 180 questions.
  • The questions asked in the exam are advanced and Type MCQ
  • For every correct answer, 4 marks are added and 1 mark will be deducted for each wrong attempt.
  • The time allotted for the duration of the examination is 3 hours.
  • Each subject in the examination has two sections: in section, A students have to attempt 35 questions whereas in section B students have to attempt 15 questions.

Frequently asked questions:

Q 1: Is it necessary to attempt all the questions in the exam?

Answer: it is not compulsory to attempt all the questions in the examination, by not attempting the questions the overall score is reduced. For every incorrect answer, one mark is reduced. Prepare well for the exam.

Q2: Which subject is more important for the NEET examination?

Answer: all four subjects’ physics, chemistry, botany and zoology are equally important for the examination because each of the subjects carries equal marks in the examination.

Q3: what is the marking scheme?

Answer: for each correct answer four marks are added and for every incorrect answer one mark is deducted. So attempt the questions in which you are fully confident. Each incorrect answer decreases the score.

CONCLUSION:

These are some important points about the syllabus of NEET organized by NTA. For the syllabus of NEET use only the authentic websites and the books because many sites upload the wrong syllabus to misguided the students from studying. The syllabus includes the subjects physics, chemistry and biology of classes 11th and 12th. Prepare these topics from the authenticated sites for the examination.

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