NEET 2022 will be held by the National Testing Agency to screen students seeking admission to MBBS/BDS programs offered by medical colleges across the country. The exam will be administered using pen and paper mode. NEET 2022 is expected to attract a huge number of candidates, making the battle extremely fierce. Candidates must begin their training as soon as possible to gain admission to the best medical schools. To make your journey smooth in this preparation it is essential to know the syllabus, all the important topics, and also the NEET Chapter Wise Weightage.

Exam Pattern

  • Before knowing the syllabus first let’s examine the exam pattern:
  • Examination mode: Pen and Paper
  • Time is given: 3 hours
  • Question type: Objective (MCQ)
  • Marking scheme: 4 marks for each right answer will be awarded and for each wrong answer 1 mark will be deducted.
  • Total questions: 200 ( 20 optional)
  • Maximum Marks: 720


To guarantee uniformity in medical education across India, the NEET Syllabus is established by MCI after taking into account the syllabus defined by various boards as well as NCERT, CBSE, and others in classes 11 and 12 Biology, Physics, and Chemistry. Thorough preparation of every topic contained in the NEET 2022 syllabus can be ensured by gaining knowledge of the curriculum. NTA has announced some adjustments to the NEET Exam Pattern, indicating that each subject will be divided into two portions with a total of 200 questions, 20 of which will be optional (05 each subject). The number of questions, exam duration, and overall score will all stay the same. Students can get the NEET 2022 Syllabus and updated Exam Pattern from the page below and start studying.

Below is the general breakup of the questions asked in the exam subject-wise.


Subjects No. of Question Total Marks
Physics 45 180
Chemistry 45 180
Botany 45 180
Zoology 45 180
Total 180 720

The topics learned in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology at the 10+2 level will be included in the NEET 2022 syllabus. After analyzing several state syllabi as well as CBSE, NCERT, and COBSE syllabuses, the MCI will recommend a syllabus. The following is the subject-by-subject exam syllabus:


The NEET syllabus for Biology is given down below:

  • Diversity in Living World
  • Structural Organisation in Animals and Plants
  • Cell Structure and Function
  • Plant Physiology
  • Reproduction
  • Genetics and Evolution
  • Biology and Human Welfare
  • Biotechnology and Its Applications, etc

Further, it can be divided class wise as follows:

Class 11th Biology Syllabus
1.      Structural organization – Plants and Animals
2.      Cell Structure and Function
3.      Diversity in the Living World
4.      Human physiology
5.      Plant Physiology


Class 12th Biology Syllabus
1.      Genetics and Evolution
2.      Biology and Human welfare
3.      Reproduction
4.      Ecology and environment
5.      Biotechnology and its applications



NEET Syllabus for Chemistry is listed below:

  • Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry
  • Structure of Atom
  • Classification of Elements and Periodicity in the Properties (Basics)
  • Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
  • Solid State
  • Solutions
  • Electrochemistry
  • Chemical Kinetics, etc

Further, it can be divided class wise as follows:

Class 11th Chemistry syllabus
1.      Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry
2.      Structure of Atom
3.      Classification of Elements and Periodicity in the Properties
4.      Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
5.      States of Matter: Gases and Liquids
6.      Thermodynamics
7.      Equilibrium
8.      Redox Reactions
9.      Hydrogen
10.  The s-Block Elements – (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals)
11.  Some p-Block Elements
12.  Organic Chemistry (Basics)
13.  Hydrocarbons
14.  Environmental Chemistry


Class 12th Chemistry syllabus 
1.      Solid State
2.      Solutions
3.     The Electrochemistry
4.      Chemical Kinetics
5.      Surface Chemistry
6.      General Principles & Processes of the Isolation of Elements 
7.      p- Block Elements
8.      and Block Elements
9.      Coordination Compounds
10.  Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
11.  Alcohols, Phenols, and Ethers
12.  Aldehydes, Ketones, and Carboxylic Acids
13.  Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen
14.  Biomolecules
15.  Polymers
16.  Chemistry in Everyday Life



NEET Syllabus for Physics is listed below:

  • Physical World and Measurement
  • Kinematics
  • Electrostatics
  • Laws of Motion
  • Work
  • Energy and Power
  • Current Electricity
  • Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
  • Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents, etc

Further, it can be divided class wise as follows:

Class 11th Physics syllabus
1.      Physical world and measurement
2.      Kinematics
3.      Laws of Motion
4.      Work, Energy, and Power
5.      Motion of the System of Particles and of the Rigid Body
6.      Gravitation
7.      Properties of Bulk Matter
8.      Thermodynamics
9.      Behaviour of the Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory
10.  Oscillations and Waves


Class 12th Physics syllabus
1.      Electrostatics
2.      Current Electricity
3.      Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
4.      Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents
5.   Electromagnetic Waves
6.      Optics
7.      Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
8.      Atoms and Nuclei
9.      Electronic Devices


Tips to Complete your Syllabus

A good NEET score is essential to gain admission to a good medical college. Candidates will receive the following preparation advice, which will assist them in scoring well on this exam:

  • Make a well-planned study schedule and follow it as rigorously as possible.
  • Begin your studies with the NCERTs. You should only move on to other reference books after finishing the NCERT.
  • Make short notes of relevant topics while you’re studying.
  • Revise frequently. The regular revision will keep all of your topics fresh in your mind.
  • Examine sample papers and practice tests. However, you must first focus on finishing your academics. Do not attempt to solve the example papers without first preparing properly.



The NEET syllabus is extensive, and you must know where to look to get the best results. Make sure you eliminate unnecessary material and concentrate on the most vital points. Read NCERT thoroughly and go through the previous year’s question papers, solve mocks and practice them regularly. Make short notes of the topics which are confusing and look at them regularly. Revise everything in the syllabus at least twice before the exam. Moreover, remember the quality of your learning process is determined by your mindset. It will not help you learn if you have a negative attitude and continuously tell yourself that you can’t do it. Your mind will become more productive if you start thinking optimistically. You’ll feel less worried and more open to new ideas if you have the correct mindset.



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