NEET Exam 2022: Aspirants for MBBS preparing for NEET 2022 must practice the previous year question papers as it plays an important role in the preparation.
National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) in offline mode for admission to MBBS, BDS, AYUSH, BVSC and AH courses in the country. Aspirants preparing for NEET 2022 must practice previous year question papers as it plays an important role in the preparation. NEET previous year question papers can be downloaded from the official website of NTA – nta.ac.in.
Benefits of practicing previous year question papers for NEET 2022 exam
Practicing NEET UG Previous Year Papers will help the candidates to understand the exam pattern
Candidates get familiar with NEET marking scheme and understand the level and type of questions asked in the exam
The aspirant will get an idea about the weightage given to each chapter in NEET 2022 exam and can plan the preparation accordingly
Solving NEET Previous Year Question Papers regularly helps in increasing the speed and making fewer mistakes
Candidates can analyze the concepts from which questions are frequently asked in the exam and prepare these concepts well
Time management is an important factor to score well in NEET exam and solving previous year papers and attempting mock tests helps in time management for the final exam.
The candidates must be well informed about the NEET 2022 exam pattern and marking scheme before starting their preparation.
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Details about NEET Exam
|Level of Exam||Graduation|
|Conducted Body||NTA ( National Testing Agency)|
|Exam Categories||National Level|
|Language||13 (English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu)|
|Mode of exam||Offline|
|Frequency of Exam||Twice in a Year|
|Type of questions||Multiple Choice questions|
|Number of questions||200 (180 to be answered)|
|Subject-wise questions||Physics – Section A: 35 questions Section B: 15 questions (10 to be answered)|
|Chemistry – Section A: 35 questions Section B: 15 questions (10 to be answered)|
|Botany- Section A: 35 questions Section B: 15 questions (10 to be answered)|
|Zoology- Section A: 35 questions Section B: 15 questions (10 to be answered)|
|NEET marking scheme||4 marks for every correct answer and one mark deducted for each wrong attempt|
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