It is important to understand the NEET 2019 question paper pattern properly in order to prepare thoroughly for the exam and crack it like a pro. Candidates who have a clear idea about the examination pattern beforehand have an edge over those who are clueless about the same. So, if you haven’t yet checked what NEET 2019 question paper pattern would be like then read on to find out about it.
NEET 2019 Question Paper Pattern
Here is a detailed look at the NEET 2019 paper pattern:
- NEET 2019 paper shall be conducted in offline mode that is pen and paper-based.
- The paper is for a duration of 3 hours.
- The paper shall be divided into three sections – Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany and Zoology).
- There would be a total of 180 questions in the paper. Physics and Chemistry section will include 45 questions each and the Biology section shall include a total of 90 questions.
- The paper would be for a total of 720 marks.
- The paper is objective type and all the questions would be multiple choice.
- 4 marks shall be given for every correct answer and 1 mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer.
Because of the concept of negative marking, it is important to be very careful while answering the questions. In case, you aren’t sure about a particular answer, it is better to leave it unanswered than throwing a wild guess and losing your hard earned marks unnecessarily.
NEET 2019 Question Paper Language
NEET 2019 shall be conducted in 11 languages namely English, Hindi, Urdu, Assamese, Tamil, Telugu, Gujarati, Marathi, Bengali, Kannada and Oriya. While Hindi and English are common languages. The availability of NEET 2019 question papers in other languages shall be based on the language opted by the candidates at the time of filling the application form.
While the NEET English, Hindi and Urdu question papers shall be available at all the NEET 2019 examination centres, regional language question papers shall be available only at selective examination centres. Here is a look at where these would be available:
- Assamese and English: Examination Centres in Assam
- Tamil and English: Examination Centres in Tamil Nadu
- Telugu and English: Examination Centres in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana
- Gujarati and English: Examination Centres in Gujarat, Daman, Dadra and Nagar Haveli
- Marathi and English: Examination Centres in Maharashtra
- Bengali and English: Examination Centres in West Bengal
- Kannada and English: Examination Centres in Karnataka
- Oriya and English: Examination Centres in Odisha
NEET Sample Papers and Mock Tests
It is suggested to go through NEET sample papers and mock tests to understand the NEET 20189 question paper pattern better. You shall be able to prepare thoroughly for NEET 2019 if you solve these papers regularly.
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