Studying for the NEET exam could be a little bit easier if the weightage of the chapter you study is known. This helps the students to focus on the chapters which weigh most first, then focus on the chapters that have less weightage at the last. Knowing the weightage will make the process more effective and save a lot of time for the students to cover a lot of topics. NEET exam consists of questions from three main subjects, they are Chemistry, Physics and Biology. Almost all of the questions which will be asked for the NEET exam will be from these three subjects.

NEET Exam Pattern – 2022 

Exam mode Regular pen and paper
Exam Duration 3 hours and 20 minutes
Exam Total Question 200 Questions. 180 needs to be answered
Exam Subject wise questions Physics – 35 +15 Questions

Chemistry – 35 + 15 Questions

Botany– 35 + 15 Questions

Zoology – 35 + 15 Questions

Exam total marks 720 marks
Exam mark scheme +4 for every right answer

-1 for every wrong answer

0 for unattended answer

The exam will be conducted like any other classic regular pen and paper with strict rules for malpractice. The students will be given a total of 3 hours and 20 minutes to attend 180 questions. If the student answers all the 180 questions they can score a total of 720 marks. For every correct answer a total of 4 marks is issued, for every wrong answer a negative mark is given. Unattended answers will be assigned with no marks.

NEET 2022 – Physics question weightage lesson wise.

Lessons Average no. of

Questions

Physical World and Measurement 1
Kinematics 2
Laws of Motion 3
Work, Energy and Power 2
System of Particles and Rotational Motion 3
Gravitation 2
Properties of Bulk Matter 1
Oscillations and Waves 2
Thermodynamics 2
Behavior of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory 1
Current Electricity 4
Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism 2
Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents 1
Electromagnetic Waves 1
Optics 2
Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter 3
Atoms and Nuclei 2
Electronic Devices 3

The above table only shows the average number of questions that would be asked for the NEET exam. If the student could concentrate on the lesson with higher weightage more, they could score plenty of marks.

NEET 2022 – Chemistry question weightage lesson wise.

Lessons Average no. of

Questions

Hydrogen 1
s-Block Element (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals) 2
Some p-Block Elements 1
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure 3
Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties 1
General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements 1
p- Block Elements 3
d and f Block Elements 2
Coordination Compounds 2
Environmental Chemistry 1
Organic Chemistry- Some Basic Principles and Techniques 2
Hydrocarbons 3
Haloalkanes and Haloarenes 2
Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers 2
Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids 3
Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen 1
Biomolecules 2
Polymers 2
Chemistry in Everyday Life 1
Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry 2
Structure of Atom 2
States of Matter: Gasses and Liquids 1
Thermodynamics 2
Equilibrium 3
Redox Reactions 1
Solid State 2
Solutions 2
Electrochemistry 2
Chemical Kinetics 2
Surface Chemistry 1

The above table shows the average questions asked from the chemistry syllabus. These are just the average amount of questions asked. The numbers might vary.

NEET 2022 – Biology question weightage lesson wise.

Lessons Average no. of

questions

The Living World 1
Biological Classification 1
Plant Kingdom 5
Animal Kingdom 4
Morphology of Flowering Plants 2
Anatomy of Flowering Plants 3
Structural Organization in Animals 3
Cell: The Unit of Life 2
Biomolecules 3
Cell Cycle and Cell Division 7
Transport in Plants 1
Photosynthesis in Higher Plants 4
Respiration in Plants 1
Plant Growth and Development 3
Digestion and Absorption 2
Breathing and Exchange of Gasses 3
Body Fluids and Circulation 3
Locomotion and Movement 4
Sexual Reproduction in Flowering plants 3
Human Reproduction 3
Reproductive Health 3
Principles of Inheritance and Variation 2
Molecular Basis of Inheritance 10
Evolution 1
Human Health and Disease 3
Strategies for Enhancement in Food Production 3
Microbes in Human Welfare 1
Biotechnology: Principles and Processes 6
Biotechnology and its Applications 5
Organisms and Populations 4
Ecosystem 3
Environmental Issues 1

Biology holds the maximum number of marks in the NEET exam. Students must concentrate on biology a lot more than Physics or Chemistry. The weightage of the marks in Biology almost covers half the marks in the NEET question paper. Thus biology acts as an important subject in preparing for the NEET exam.