NEET Chemistry Exam Pattern 2022 is published on the official website of the NTA- https://nta.ac.in. According to the NEET exam pattern, the chemistry paper will be divided into a total of 2 sections being: A and B respectively. From this subject, a total number of 50 questions will be asked. Check NEET Chemistry Syllabus
The classification of the paper has been mentioned herein:
|Mode of the Exam||Offline|
|Duration||3 hours 20 Mins|
|Number of questions||Section A- 35 and Section B- 15|
|Marking Scheme||+4 for each correct answer and -1 for every incorrect answer|
|Medium of the paper||English, Marathi, Telugu, Gujarati, Kannada, Oriya, Assamese, Punjabi, Malayalam, Urdu, Hindi, Tamil and Bengali|
NEET Chemistry Exam Pattern 2022 and other allied details such as syllabus, marking scheme, marking scheme and medium of question paper have been mentioned below:
NEET Mode of Examination
NEET Marking Scheme
About the NEET 2022 marking scheme standards, candidates will be given 4 marks for every correct answer and 1 mark shall be deducted for an incorrect answer.
The exam will extend to both Class 11 and 12 chemistry syllabi with respect to the NCERT curriculum.
NEET Exam Duration
Candidates will be given a total of 200 minutes (3 hours 20 Mins) for answering 180 questions.
Medium of Question Paper
Candidates will have the option to attempt the paper in any of these 11 languages being: Hindi, Assamese, Tamil, English, Oriya, Kannada, Marathi, Urdu, Bengali, Gujarati and Telugu.
|Medium of Exam||Exam Centre|
|English||All exam centres/cities|
|Kannada||Available only in exam centres in Karnataka|
|Tamil||Available only in exam centres in Tamil Nadu|
|Gujarati||Available in exam centres only in Dadra, Gujarat, Dadra and Nagar Haveli|
|Marathi||Available only in exam centres in Maharashtra|
|Hindi||All exam centres/cities|
|Assamese||Available in exam centres only in Assam|
|Telugu||Available in exam centres only in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh|
|English and Urdu||Available in all exam centres|
|Oriya||Available in exam centres only in Orissa|
|Malayalam||Available in exam centres only in Kerala|
|Bengali||Available in exam centres only in West Bengal|
|Punjabi||Available in exam centres only in Punjab|
Given below is the marking scheme for NEET Chemistry Paper 2022 and other important details:
|Subject||Total marks||Number of Questions||Marking Scheme|
|Chemistry||Section A- 140||Section A-35||+4 for every correct answer |
-1 for every incorrect answer
|Section B- 40||Section B- 15||The choice to attempt any 10 questions|
NEET Chemistry Syllabus is divided into organic, inorganic and physical chemistry.
All Important topics for NEET Chemistry Syllabus 2022 is mentioned in table below:-
|Physical Chemistry||Organic Chemistry||Inorganic Chemistry|
|Mole Concept & Stoichiometry||Organic Compounds containing Oxygen||Classification of Elements and Periodicity|
|Redox Reactions and Electrochemistry||Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry||Chemical Bonding & Molecular Structure|
|Atomic Structure||Environmental Chemistry||Coordination Compounds|
|Thermochemistry & Thermodynamics||Biomolecules||Hydrogen and S block elements|
|Surface Chemistry||Amines||States of matter and solutions|
|Equilibrium||Hydrocarbons and their substituents||Practical Chemistry|
|Chemical Kinetics||F block elements||P block elements|
|Nuclear Chemistry||Polymers||D block elements|
About previous year’s questions given below is the weightage of questions topic wise:
|Class XI||Number of expected Questions||Class XII||Number of expected Questions|
|Chemical Bonding &Molecular Structure||5%||Chemical Kinetics||3%|
|States of Matter: Gases & Liquids||2%||Solid State||2%|
|Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties||2%||Isolation of elements||2%|
|Basic Concepts of Chemistry||1%||d and f block elements||4%|
|S-block elements||2%||Surface Chemistry||2%|
|Redox Reactions||3%||p-Block elements||5%|
|Some p-block elements||2%||Haloalkanes and Haloarenes||3%|
|Hydrogen||-||Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen + Biomolecules||2% + 3%|
|Environmental Chemistry||2%||Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers||4%|
|Organic Chemistry: Basic Principles and Techniques||4%||Polymers + Chemistry in Everyday Life||3% + 2 %|
Every year there is a significant increase in the number of applicants for NEET.
Total number of questions from Chemistry: 45
|Difficulty Level/Topic-||Organic Chemistry||Organic Chemistry||Inorganic Chemistry||Inorganic Chemistry||Physical Chemistry||Physical Chemistry|
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Ques. A weak acid, HA has a Ka of 1.00 * 10 -5. If 1.00 mole of this acid is dissolved in 1 litre of water, the percentage of acid dissociated at equilibrium is closest:
Solution: a), 1.00%
Ques. The most abundant isotope of hydrogen is
Solution: a), protium
Ques. At absolute zero temperature, the entropy of a perfect crystal is zero. This is ______ of thermodynamics.
Solution: d), Third law
Ques. Which does not show the Tyndall effect?
Solution: c), sugar solution
Ques. n-Propyl alcohol and iso-propyl alcohol can be distinguished by-
Solution: a) oxidation with potassium dichromate
Ques. Which of the following statement regarding photochemical smog is incorrect?
Solution: b), it does not cause irritation in the eyes and throat
Ques. Can we carry calculators inside the examination hall?
Ans. No, electronic devices shall be allowed inside the examination centre.
Ques. What are the documents required on the day of the examination?
Ans. The candidates are required to carry their admit card as well as their passport size photograph.
Ques. Will there be a dress code to adhere to?
Ans. Yes, there shall be a prescribed dress code that will be communicated to the examinees.
Ques. Do I have to pass the Chemistry section to qualify for the exam?
Ans. There is no such prescribed passing mark for any section, candidates are required to qualify concerning the whole examination.
Ques. Is there any sectional time limit in NEET 2022?
Ans. There shall be no sectional time limit and the candidates can spend as much time as they like on each section. However, the entire paper must be completed within 200 minutes.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.