NEET 2019 was held on 5th May 2019 and NTA NEET 2019 was a pen-paper based medical entrance exam which was held by NTA. The exam was of duration 180 minutes in which candidates need to solve 180 MCQ questions. This article includes some information about NEET 2019 & NEET 2019 Syllabus.

NEET 2019 Exam Details

  • Exam Date: 05 May 2019
  • Exam Timings: 02:00 PM to 05:00 PM
  • Total Marks Allotted: 720
  • Language: The entrance exam was conducted in 11 languages.
  • Correct answer:+4 Marks
  • NegativeMarking: 01 marks will be deducted for an incorrect response
  • Subjects for NEET 2019: The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-UG) 2019 have questions on physics, chemistry, biology (botany, zoology)
A total of 15,19,375 students registered for NEET-UG 2019, out of which 14,10,755 appeared for the exam held on 5th May 2019. This huge number of appearing students for admission in government medical college for MBBS and BDS increases the competition level by many folds. The seats in government medical colleges are very less as compared to the number of appearing students. 

NEET 2019 Syllabus

For scoring good marks in NEET 2020, You must have a complete idea about the level of questions as well as the weight of questions of NEET 2019, NEET 2019 syllabus from each chapter in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. There are three main subjects from which questions asked in the NEET exam.

NEET Chapter wise Weightage for Physics

  1. Electrodynamics – (10 questions – 40 marks – 22.22% weightage percentage)
  2. Heat & Thermodynamics – (5 questions – 20 marks – 11.11% weightage percentage)
  3. Mechanics- (13 questions – 52 marks – 28.89% weightage percentage)
  4. Modern Physics – (3 questions – 12 marks – 6.67% weightage percentage)
  5. Optics – (5 questions – 20 marks – 11.11% weightage percentage)
  6. SHM & Waves – (4 questions – 16 marks – 8.89% weightage percentage)

NEET Portion wise Weightage for Chemistry

  1. Inorganic Chemistry I – (8 questions – 32 marks – 17.78% weightage percentage)
  2. Inorganic Chemistry II – (8 questions – 32 marks- 17.78% weightage percentage)
  3. Organic Chemistry I – (3 questions – 12 marks – 6.67% weightage percentage)
  4. Organic Chemistry II – (13 questions – 52 marks – 28.89% weightage percentage)
  5. Physical Chemistry I – (7 questions – 28 marks – 15.56% weightage percentage)
  6. Physical Chemistry II – (6 questions – 24 marks – 13.33% weightage percentage)

NEET Chapter wise Weightage for Chemistry

  1. Chemical Thermodynamics | 4.44%
  2. Biomolecules and Polymers | 5.93%
  3. Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties | 3.70%
  4. SolidState | 2.96%
  5. Chemical Kinetics | 5.19%
  6. Alcohols and Ethers | 5.93%
  7. General Organic Chemistry | 4.44%
  8. p Block Elements | 5.93%
  9. Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry (Mole Concept) | 3.70%
  10. Coordination Compounds | 5.93%
  11. s Block elements (Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals) and Hydrogen | 6.67%
  12. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure | 7.41%
  13. Amines and Diazonium salts | 2.96%
  14. Alkanes, Alkenes, and Alkynes (Hydrocarbons) | 4.44%

NEET Chapter wise Weightage for Biology

Botany:
  1. Biological Classification – (3 questions – 12 marks – 6.00% weightage percentage)
  2. Cell Biology – (4 questions – 16 marks – 8.00% weightage percentage)
  3. Ecology-(6 questions – 24 marks – 12.00% weightage percentage)
  4. Genetics- (5 questions – 20 marks – 10.00% weightage percentage)
  5. LivingWorld – (1 question – 4 marks – 2.00% weightage percentage)
  6. MolecularBasis of Inheritance – (6 questions – 24 marks – 12.00% weightage percentage)
  7. Morphology of flowering plants – (1 question – 4 marks – 2.00% weightage percentage
  8. Plant Anatomy – (3 questions – 12 marks – 6.00% weightage percentage
  9. Plant Kingdom – (6 questions – 24 marks – 12.00% weightage percentage).
  10. Plant Morphology – (2 questions – 8 marks – 4.00% weightage percentage)
  11. Reproductionin Flowering Plant – (5 questions 20 10.00% weightage percentage)
Zoology:
  1. Animal Kingdom – (3 questions – 12 marks – 7.50% weightage percentage)
  2. AnimalMorphology – (1 question – 4 marks – 2.50% weightage percentage)
  3. AnimalPhysiology – (1 question – 4 marks – 2.50% weightage percentage
  4. Biomolecules – (4 questions – 16 marks – 10.00% weightage percentage)
  5. Biotechnology-(3 questions – 12 marks – 7.50% weightage percentage)
  6. Evolution- (1 question – 4 marks – 2.50% weightage percentage)
  7. HumanHealth and Disease – (3 questions – 12 marks – 7.50% weightage percentage)
  8. HumanPhysiology – (16 questions – 64 marks – 40.00% weightage percentage)
  9. HumanReproduction – (1 question – 4 marks – 2.50% weightage percentage)
  10. Microbes in Human Welfare – (3 questions – 12 marks- 7.50% weightage percentage)
  11. ReproductiveHealth – (2 questions – 8 marks – 5.00% weightage percentage)
  12. Strategies for Enhancement of Food Production – (2 questions – 8 marks – 5.00% weightage percentage)

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