NEET 2022: Check expected marks required to secure seat in government colleges

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NEET UG 2022: National Eligibility Entrance Test NEET-UG, the single largest exam for undergraduate courses, was conducted today by the National Test Agency (NTA). Approximately 19 lakh students took this test in order to secure a prestigious seat in the desired college.

This exam was conducted in offline mode across 546 NEET 2022 Exam centers in India and 14 cities outside India and in 13 languages (English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu). The exam was conducted between 2 pm to 5:20 pm on July 17, 2022

The students had to attempt 180 questions out of 200. Each question had 4 marks. The correct answer awards 4 marks and the wrong answer deducts 1 mark. These 200 questions were divided into 4 sections subject-wise (Physics, Chemistry, Botany & Zoology).

Each of these sections has subsections (A&B). In section A, all the questions were compulsory and section B had to attempt 10 questions out of 15.


  • Difficulty level

The overall difficulty level of NEET UG 2022 was moderate to difficult as per our expert faculties.

  • Subject Wise Difficulty

Subject wise, Chemistry was the toughest to attempt and Botany was the easiest subject. Physics & Zoology were of moderate difficulty.

  • Class-Wise Questions Distribution:

Equal weightage was given to the syllabus of Class 11th & Class 12th.


Overall, the paper was found to be slightly easier than NEET 2021. Compared to last year, Chemistry was found to be on a tougher side. Questions in Chemistry were more tricky and lengthy than last year and were conceptually difficult. The rest of the subjects were almost of similar difficulty compared to last year.


Marks expected to secure a seat in Government Colleges (All India Quota) would have been similar to the previous year (2021) i.e, 580 to 610. As this time, the number of students who attended the exam was nearly 19 lakhs, which is 18% (approximately) higher than the previous year.

Hence, expected marks might range from 590 to 620.

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