NEET-UG and NEET-PG Topic Wise Practice Tests

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We have 30 minute practice tests on important topics for NEET-UG as per the curriculum in Biology, Physics and Chemistry.

Biology is the most important subject

Biology is one of the most important and essential sections in NEET-UG. Biology section covers 360 marks in total 720 marks.

Good score in Physics will get you a better rank.

Focus in Physics as this becomes a differentiator. A good score in Physics will fetch a better rank in the NEET.

Chemistry is scoring subject in NEET

Practice in chemical reactions, mechanisms, compositions, chain reactions which are the fundamentals in Chemistry.

About NEET - UG Preparation

NEET UG Exam is going to test your knowledge in Biology, Physics and Chemistry. Best way to prepare for the exam is take a mock test, find out weak areas in the subjects. Study those subjects and take practice tests in those subjects and see your improvement. Then go for another mock test.

In these 30 minutes practice tests, you will be taking an intensive practice test in the topic, this gives you the score considering the negative marks. This will give you a very good idea of your preparation and what to do, what not to do.


Name of the Entrance Exam NEET 2021

NEET Full Form National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test

Exam Conducting Authority National Testing Agency (NTA)

Type of Exam National Level Exam

Purpose of the Exam Admissions in Medical, Dental and Ayush Courses

Frequency of Exam Conducted Once in a year

Mode of Application Online

Mode of Fee Payment Online

For Under Graduates

Mode of Exam Offline

Exam Duration 3 hours

Maximum Marks 720

Number of Questions 180

Type of Questions Multiple Choice Questions

Exam Syllabus Physics, Chemistry, and Biology topics from class 11 & 12

Official Website

NEET-PG Changes 2021

This year, candidates will be asked 200 multiple choice questions instead of 300. It will be a computer-based exam which will be held in 255 cities across the country on April 18, 2021.

NEET-PG Changes in Pattern

As a result, the total marks are reduced from 1200 to 800. According to the NEET PG 2021 marking scheme, a candidate will receive four marks for correct responses and one mark will be deducted for each incorrect answer. 1. Pay more attention to clinical subjects: More clinical questions are likely to be asked in the examination. Ensure that you are well-versed in the clinical aspect. Some of the most important clinical subjects to study are Medicine, Surgery, OBG, Pediatrics, ENT, Ophthalmology, Dermatology, Orthopaedics, PSM, Radiology, Psychiatry. Adhere to clinical subjects as much as possible during your revision. The paper will be entirely in English and will be held for a duration of 3 hours and 30 minutes from 2:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

NEET PG exam pattern, here are some tips

2. Question pattern: Expect each question to be a case or a disease. Also, expect some questions to be moderately lengthy. However, it is unlikely to be as lengthy as the USMLE (The United States Medical Licensing Examination) considering the past trends of NBE. 3. Try to attempt all questions: Utilize the first 15 minutes of your time to carefully examine the question paper. You will then be able to determine whether it is easy, moderately difficult, or difficult, based on your preparation. Avoid twisted questions if possible, or solve them at last, after all the easy and average questions have been answered. With this strategy, attempt as many questions as you can, unless you are entirely unsure about the case/numerical.
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