NEET 2017 Exam Pattern

NEET 2017 Exam Pattern CBSENEET.NIC.IN: The NEET exam conducting authority of CBSE- Central Board of Secondary Education has declared the exam pattern of NEET 2017. Exam pattern is completely helpful for aspirants because it will help you to understand the nature of syllabus, the number of questions and marking scheme etc NEET 2017 examination.  NEET 2017 exam will be conducted on 07 May 2017 (Sunday). NEET examination offered admissions to MBBS and BDS program in government, private and deemed medical institutions and universities across India.  Here we have described the NEET 2017 exam pattern so aspirants are advised to read carefully exam pattern of NEET 2017.

NEET 2017 Exam Pattern

Exam Mode: The exam will be conducted in a pen and paper based format. Candidates will have to mark their responses in OMR answer sheet provided using a ball –point pen.

A Number of questions: The Entrance Test shall consist of one paper containing 180 objective type questions (four options with single correct answer) from Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany & Zoology).

Types of questions: NEET 2017 the question paper will have objective type questions only.

Language: Language of the question papers either in English or in Hindi. Candidates will get their question paper in the language preferred during filling up the application form.

Syllabus: NEET 2017 question booklet will consist of multiple choice questions from Physics, Chemistry and Biology taught during 10+2/HSC level after review of various stat syllabus as well as NCERT, CBSE and COBSE.

Marking Scheme:  For correct answer, the candidate will earn 4 marks and Deducted 1 mark for every wrong answer

NEET 2017 Qualifying Marks

Category Qualifying Percentile
General 50th percentile
PH or OBC 45th percentile
ST/SC 40th percentile


NEET 2017 Syllabus: The Question Papers for the test shall be based on a common syllabus notified by the Medical Council of India.

General Instructions for NEET 2017

Following candidates can apply in NEET:-

  • Left out candidates who could not register in AIPMT-2016/NEET.
  • Candidates who were registered in AIPMT-2016/NEET-I and had appeared but have apprehension.
  • Candidates who were registered in AIPMT-2016/NEET-I but could not appear in NEET-I.

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