NEET Exam 2020 Check Full Syllabus, Exam Pattern, Registration


On March 12, 2021 NTA had announced that it will conduct NEET 2021 entrance exam on August 1, 2021 and the exam will be conducted in 11 languages same as it happened last year. NTA will also start inviting the NEET application 2021 shortly. The complete exam schedule is awaited

There is No change in Syllabus For Exam Whatsoever. Following are the given Links of the Subjectwise Syllabus that will be coming in the upcoming Neet exam:

NEET Physics Syllabus

NEET Chemistry Syllabus

NEET Biology Syllabus

NEET Exam 2021 Pattern: Marks Distribution


Number of Questions

Maximum Marks













Total Number of Questions:180

Total Marks:720


NEET 2021 Exam Details:

NEET 2021

Exam Name

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET)

Conducting Body

National Testing Agency (NTA)

Category type



National Level



Total Seat

Around 1 lakh (MBBS + BDS)

Course Duration

MBBS is 4½ years with 1 year of mandatory rotating internship

BDS is 4 years with 1 year of mandatory rotating internship

Exam Duration

3 hours

Question Type


Total Questions


Negative Marking


Examination Date (Tentative)

1st Week of May 2021

Marking Scheme:

Correct Answer

4 Marks

Wrong Answer

-1 Mark

Unattempted Questions

0 Marks

Marking more than one option

0 Marks

Exam duration

3 hours

Exam mode

Offline ( pen and paper )

Questions type

Multiple Choice

The medium of the exam

English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Oriya, Kannada, and Urdu


Documents Needed To Fill Application Form:

All the candidates seeking admission in undergraduate medical programs will be required to fill the NEET application form. For the same, candidates must keep the following documents ready:

  • The scanned image of the passport size photograph of the candidate should be in JPG/JPEG format and the image size should be between 10Kb to 200Kb.
  • The scanned image of the signature of the candidate should be in JPG/JPEG format and the image size should be between 4Kb to 30Kb
  • The scanned image of the left-hand thumb impression of the candidate should be in JPG format and the image size should be between 10Kb to 50Kb
  • The scanned image of the Class 10 certificate of the candidate should be in JPG format and the image size should be between 100Kb to 300Kb
  • The scanned image of postcard size photograph of the candidate should be in JPG format and the image size should be between 50Kb to 300Kb
  • The NEET application form fee can be paid by credit card, debit card, net banking, UPI, Paytm.

NEET Application Process:

Once the application process begins, the medical aspirants will be able to fill the application form in an online mode via the official website. Candidates need to ensure that they submit the NEET application form and deposit the fee before the deadline to confirm their presence in the entrance examination.

The candidate will be required to mention only his/her own or parent’s mobile number (only one application can be filled in with one mobile number and e-mail ID) as all information will be sent by NTA on the registered mobile number and e-mail ID. The candidate will be allowed to submit only one application form; multiple applications of a candidate will be rejected.

Step 1: NEET Registration

To fill the form, candidates will be required to enter their name, mother’s name, father’s name (in capital letters). Create a password as per the given specifications. Once the password is created, the candidates will have to log in to the portal and complete the application process by entering details such as- name, mother’s name, father’s name, date of birth, gender, nationality, state of eligibility, category, a person with Disabilities (if applicable), identification type, identification number, mobile number, email ID and security pin.

Step 2: Fill up the NEET application form

Now, fill up the remaining details including information about any kind of illnesses, place of birth, choice of NEET examination center, academic details of Class 11 and Class 12, obtained in English, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, permanent and correspondence address, details of parents or guardians.

Step 3: Uploading of scanned documents and images

Next, upload the scanned images of the above-mentioned documents in the prescribed format.

Step 4: Pay the NEET Application Fee

Keep the card details handy before starting the online application process. Once the payment is made, download the application form and take its printout for future use.

NEET Syllabus 2021: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q. Is there any change in the syllabus of NEET 2021?

A. No, there is no change in the NEET syllabus 2021. The syllabus for this year remains the same as last year.

Q. Can NEET 2021 questions be out of the syllabus?

A. Yes, it is possible that a few questions can be out of the syllabus. But the number of such questions

Q. What is the distribution of questions in the Biology section of the NEET syllabus?

A. Biology section of NEET is divided into two sub-sections: Zoology and Botany. Each of these sections will have 45 questions, The total number of questions on Biology in the NEET 2021 question paper will be 90.

Q. What is the distribution of questions in the Chemistry section of the NEET syllabus?

A. The chemistry section of NEET 2021 is divided into three sub-sections: Physical, organic, and inorganic. The least number of questions are from Physical Chemistry. The total number of questions asked from the Chemistry section will be 45.

Q. What are the important chapters of the NEET syllabus 2021?

A. All the chapters are important for NEET 2021. However, the most number of questions are asked from the following chapters of the syllabus of NEET 2021.

Physics: Current electricity, Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter, Semiconductor Electronics, Thermodynamics.

Chemistry: Coordination Chemistry, Thermodynamics, Equilibrium.

Biology: Animal Kingdom, Molecular Basis of Inheritance.

Q. Where can I download the NEET 2021 revised syllabus?

A. The syllabus of NEET 2021 remains unchanged. The public notice circulating a message that NTA had released NEET revised syllabus was fake.


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