Exams these days are undergoing a lot of changes. As per the recent change in exam pattern, all the students who are aspiring to secure a seat in all/any central government or state government colleges as well as all the private colleges need to give NEET 2018. This decision was recently taken by the supreme court after a lot of deliberations and a lot of discussion. It made students face a lot of anxiety due to sudden change in the exam pattern. This decision was not readily accepted by the student community and parents alike. As a matter of fact some states including Maharashtra have approached central government to immediately look into the matter. Some recent changes suggest that the government has passed an ordinance which suggest some new rules regarding this matter. You all can refer to our other blogs written on Topprybytes. In this blog, I bring you the NEET 2018 Question Paper Pattern and the basics that you need to understand. As and when the official websites display more information, we would keep you updated.
In this blog i will guide u guys regarding the NEET 2018 Question Paper Pattern for phase two. There is a lot of confusion regarding this whole NEET thing and I feel that it is of utmost importance to clear them. I will try my level best here to clear all the confusion regarding the paper pattern. Students are a bit scared about the NEET exam but I assure all you guys that at least the paper pattern is nothing to be scared of. There is nothing out of ordinary in the paper pattern and believe me guys, you all are very well accustomed to this kind of paper pattern and you all will do very well.
NEET 2018 Question Paper Pattern:
Talking about the NEET 2018 Question Paper Pattern, the paper will consist of 180 questions. For each correct answer that you give, you will be awarded 4 marks and for each wrong answer you will lose 4 marks of that question and additional 1 mark will be deducted from your total score.
NEET 2018 Question Paper has 4 subjects in its syllabus and all of them are given equal marks. The subject wise distribution is as follows:
1.PHYSICS – 45 questions
2.CHEMISTRY – 45 questions
3.BOTANY – 45 questions
4.ZOOLOGY – 45 questions
The paper will be of total 720 marks. As you all can see that the paper pattern is fairly easy and there is absolutely no reason to worry for you all. BEST OF LUCK