Here we have provided a free NEET 2022 OMR Sheet pdf which has been exclusively designed by OMR Home. The main purpose of the NEET OMR sheet sample is to be effectively used for creating mock tests and sample tests for better NEET practice. It can be downloaded by instructors and teachers in schools, institutes, and coaching centers who are involved with training the NEET aspirants.
In this NEET 2022 OMR sheet, you will find the exact test pattern that is followed in the actual NEET exam. The sheet consists of a total of 180 questions. These questions have been further divided into 4 parts according to the subjects. The 4 NEET exam subjects Physics, Chemistry, Biology- Botany, and Zoology consist of 45 questions that need to be answered in the given period of time.
You also have the choice to create customized OMR sheets with free sheet designing tools and templates that come in-built with Verificare OMR software.
How to fill NEET 2022 OMR Sheet – Instructions
NEET has got a fixed pattern that you need to follow when marking NEET 2022 OMR sheet. You need to follow the same instructions during the mock test in order to familiarize yourself with the actual test expectations.
Below mentioned are the instructions, please go through them carefully-
- 》Mark the bubbles with a ballpoint pen- black or blue in color.
- 》For example, if you think that the correct answer for the question is option A then fill in that specific circle only which is for option A.
- 》The circle should be completely filled without leaving any space in between or even near the boundary.
- 》The marking should be limited to the boundary of the circle. It should not extend from the circle boundary.
- 》On the NEET 2022 OMR sheets, you must not write anything else except the things asked, or do not make any unique symbol or sign.
About NEET 2022
NEET stands for National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test and it is conducted every year by the National Testing Agency (NTA). Based on the results of NEET, the aspirants of MBBS and BDS courses get placement in reputed medical and dental colleges across India. Every year around 20 lakh candidates appear for this exam and almost 100% of seats are filled for all the significant medical colleges with the candidates who succeed in NEET.
NEET UG 2022 exam will be held on July 17, 2022, in offline mode. The test will be conducted in 3,855 exam centers spread across 557 cities which also includes 14 NEET 2022 exam centers abroad. This time more than 16 -17 lakhs students are expected to appear for the NEET exam.
Overview of NEET 2022
NEET 2022 Entrance Exam is conducted every year for admissions to the following programs in medical colleges or universities.
- – MBBS and BDS programs in India including AIIMS and JIPMER as well as abroad
- – AYUSH courses are available in the country.
- – Veterinary and other undergraduate medical courses in the country
|Name of the Examination||National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET-UG)|
|Conducting body||National Testing Agency (NTA)|
|Academic Qualification||10+2 or equivalent with PCB|
|Exam Date and Mode||July 17, 2022, in offline mode|
|Exam Cities||557 cities|
|Scope of NEET||Admissions to
|Seat Intake||– 91,415 (MBBS)
– 27,285 (BDS)
– 52,720 (AYUSH)
– 603 (BVSc & AH)
– 2044 MBBS Seats available in 20 AIIMS Colleges
– 200 in JIPMER, Puducherry, and Karaikal
|Number of Applicants||15,19,375 (in 2021)|
|Number of Appeared Candidates||14,10,754 (in 2021)|
NEET 2022 Syllabus – According to the weightage of important topics
|Physics with weightage|
|Physical-world and measurement – 2%|
|Kinematics – 3%|
|Laws of Motion – 3%|
|Work, Energy, and Power – 4%|
|Gravitation – 2%|
|Properties of Bulk Matter – 3%|
|Thermodynamics – 9%|
|Behavior of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory – 3%|
|Oscillation & Waves – 3%|
|Electrostatics – 9%|
|Current Electricity – 8%|
|Magnetic Effect of Current & Magnetism – 5%|
|Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current – 8%|
|Electromagnetic Waves – 5%|
|Optics – 10%|
|Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation – 6%|
|Atoms & Nuclei – 3%|
|Electronic Devices – 9%|
|Chemistry with weightage|
|Basic Concepts of Chemistry – 1%|
|Structure of Atom – 2%|
|Classification of Elements & Periodicity in Properties – 2%|
|Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure – 5%|
|States of Matter: Gases and Liquids – 2%|
|Thermodynamics – 8%|
|Equilibrium – 6%|
|Redox Reactions – 3%|
|s-Block Elements – 2%|
|Some p-Block Elements – 2%|
|Organic Chemistry: Basic Principles & Techniques – 4%|
|Hydrocarbons – 3%|
|Environmental Chemistry – 2%|
|Solid State – 2%|
|Solutions – 5%|
|Electrochemistry – 2%|
|Chemical Kinetics – 3%|
|Surface Chemistry – 2%|
|Isolation of Elements – 2%|
|p-Block Elements – 5%|
|d- and f-Block Elements – 4%|
|Coordination Compounds – 9%|
|Haloalkanes and Haloarenes – 3%|
|Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen – 2%|
|Biomolecules – 3%|
|Polymers – 3%|
|Chemistry in Everyday Life – 2%|
|Biology with weightage|
|Diversity of Living Organisms – 14%|
|Structural Organisation in Plants & Animals – 5%|
|Cell: Structure and Function – 9%|
|Plant Physiology – 6%|
|Human Physiology – 20%|
|Reproduction – 9%|
|Genetics and Evolution – 18%|
|Biology and Human Welfare – 9%|
|Biotechnology and its Applications – 4%|
|Ecology and Environment – 6%|
*Subject topic-wise weightage mentioned above is as per previous year NEET Exams and as per the expert analysis.
NEET exam pattern 2022
One of the most important things that every NEET aspirant must know is the NEET exam pattern. The exam pattern basically consists of types and number of questions, total exam duration, mode of exam, distribution of marks, etc. With the idea of the exam, pattern candidates are able to perform better in NEET as they are well aware of the approach that is required to succeed.
|Mode of Exam||Pen and Paper/ Offline mode|
|Total Number of Questions||180 Questions|
|Subjects and Sections||Physics – 35 + 15 questions
Chemistry – 35 + 15 questions
Biology – 100 Questions
|Marking Scheme||+4 marks for each correct answer;
-1 mark for each wrong answer;
0 mark for each unanswered question
|Maximum Marks||720 marks|
|NEET Marks Calculation Formula||Marks = Total number of correct answers x 4 – Total number of incorrect answers x 1|
NEET previous year result statistics
|Details||NEET 2020||NEET 2021|
|No. of candidates registered||15,97,435||15,19,375|
|No of the Candidates Present||13,66,945||14,10,755|
|No Candidates Absent||2,30,490||1,08,620|
|EWS||93,915||Data Not Available|
|Number of Cities||155||154|
|Number of Languages||11||11|
|Number of centers||3862||2546|
|Number of Centre / Deputy Centre Superintendent||9,860||Data Not Available|
|Number of rooms||1,33,120||64000|
|Number of invigilators||2,66,240||1,28,000|
|Number of Observers||5,818||6000+|
|No of the City Coordinators||195||163|