NEET Exam 2024 Complete Guide | NEET Exam Dates, Pattern, Syllabus & Results

The National Testing Agency (NTA) is the apex body responsible for conducting the NEET Exam in India. Being one of the highest-level undergraduate medical competitive entrance exams in the country for various Medical and Ayush courses.  there are various doubts and queries in the minds of NEET aspirants about the NEET Entrance examination. 

Thus, to assist candidates, especially beginners, we bring to you a compilation of NEET Information. In this context we gathered all the relevant information regarding the NEET eligibility, application, exam pattern, scheme of selection, How to apply, and other details, which will help applicants understand the examination process even better.

NEET Exam Complete Guide | NEET Exam Dates, Pattern, Syllabus & Results

What is NEET

The National Testing Agency (NTA) is the conducting body of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for admission in various Medical courses such as MBBS, BDS AYUSH, and veterinary and nursing courses as well. NEET is the toughest and single largest undergraduate medical entrance examination in India.

For NEET the competition level is very high. Every year Near about 15 lack students take the NEET exam only for near about 50,000 Admissions in various government and private medical colleges across the country. Every year NEET entrance exam is conducted in pen and paper mode means offline mode. The date for NEET 2024 entrance exam is still not announced by NTA. 

In the NEET entrance exam, questions are asked from Physics, Chemistry, and Biology based on the NCERT class 11 and 12 syllabi. NEET exam is usually conducted on the first Sunday of May from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM. It is expected that the online registration for NEET 2024 entrance exam may start in December and those candidates who will fulfill the NEET eligibility criteria will be eligible to fill online application of the NEET exam form. 

Here below we discuss NEET eligibility criteria including minimum and maximum age requirements, educational qualification requirements, subjects studied in the qualifying exam, status of the qualifying exam, category, nationality, etc.

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NEET 2025 Exam Highlights

Exam NameNational Eligibility Cum Entrance Test
Exam Conducting BodyNTA
Level of ExamNational Level
Exam FrequencyOnce a year
Mode of ExamOffline (Pen & Paper)
Exam LanguageEnglish, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Marathi, Oriya, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu
Courses OfferedMBBS, BDS, BUMS, BAMS, BHMS, BSMS, BNYS, etc.
Exam Duration3 Hours
Type of QuestionsMultiple Choice Questions
Total Marks720 Marks
Biology – 360
Chemistry – 180
Physics – 180
No. of Participants College1251
No. of Seats158002
Seat reservations through NEET15% All India Quota seats
85% State Quota seats
Number of registered aspirants in NEET 2024Over 16 lakh aspirants
Candidates appeared for NEET in 202490%
NEET last year’s cut-off percentileUR – 50
SC/ST/OBC – 40
UR PWD – 45

NEET 2025 Exam Dates

Like every other year, the NTA has released the official notification calendar with the tentative NEET exam dates for the exam. NEET 2024 Exam Calendar is now available on the official website of the NEET. The NEET has released the schedule of release of notifications, the application process, Eligibility criteria, and the date of commencement of the examination. Candidates aspiring for the NEET Exam must check out the latest NEET Exam Calendar 2024 available on the website.

At present, the NEET 2024 exam dates have not been announced by NTA, But it is being speculated that NEET notification will be released on December 2024, and the exam will be conducted in May 2024. Therefore, the candidates preparing for NEET Exam 2024 must fasten their preparation. Aspirants who are willing to take this exam can check the updates from time to time on the official website of NTA.

  • Application Form – Available November 2023
  • Application Form – The deadline to apply is December 2023
  • Application Form Fee – December 2023 is the last date for submission
  • Correction Window Portal – January 2024
  • Admit Card Release Date – April 2024
  • NEET Exam – First Sunday of May 2024
  • NEET Results – Not in the first week of June 2024
Exam NameNational Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET)
Official Notification for NEET 2024To be announced
Release of NEET 2024 application formTo be announced
Last date to fill NEET application formTo be announced
Release of NEET admit card 2024To be announced
NEET 2024 exam dateTo be announced
NEET Results DayTo be announced

Note: NEET Exam dates can be changed if circumstances are such. You must keep on checking the NEET official website for updated NEET exam dates regularly.


NEET 2025 Eligibility Criteria

In NEET there is a set of parameters that candidates have to fulfill before applying for the NEET entrance exam called NEET Eligibility Criteria. These NEET eligibility criteria specify the conditions and guidelines for aspirants related to the qualifying exam,  Educational requirements, pass percentage for the NEET exam, nationality, minimum and maximum age limit maximum number of attempts, etc.

Candidates are always advised to go through the NEET eligibility criteria before NEET registration process to know whether you are eligible or not for the Exam. Here below we provided detailed information about NEET eligibility criteria for various medical admission conditions, eligibility criteria, and other information.

  • Nationality: Aspirants must be  Indian, Apart from Indian students, NRIs, PIOs, OCIs, and foreign nationals are also eligible for the NEET exam. NEET has been made mandatory for those candidates who want to study medicine in India. It is also mandatory for those candidates who want to study medicine abroad but want to come back to India for practice.
  • Educational Requirements: Candidates must have passed 10+2 or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Biotechnology, and English as main subjects from a recognized board. Candidates who are appearing for class 12 or equivalent examination are also eligible to apply for NEET 2025.
  • Age Limit: The main concern of every candidate regarding eligibility, for appearing in the NEET entrance test, is the NEET age limit. To appear for the NEET exam candidates must be of 17 years of age at the time of admission. The maximum age limit for open-category students is 25 years, while students with reservations are given an age relaxation of up to 30 years.
  • Qualifying Marks: Candidates must have passed Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Biotechnology, and English individually in the qualifying examination which is 10+2 or equivalent. The marks required in 12th board are as under : Open Category – 50% , PwD Open Category – 45%, Reserved-SC ST OBC-40, PwD-SC ST OBC – 40%
  • Number of Attempts: Based on the amendments to NEET eligibility criteria in 2018, the officials have removed the restriction on the number of attempts for NEET. So there is no restriction on the number of attempts for NEET 2024. Now candidates will be allowed to appear in the NEET exam as many times as they want if they are eligible.

NEET 2025 Exam Pattern

National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the exam pattern for NEET 2025 exam. The exam pattern is available on the official website of the National Testing Agency, In this exam pattern, the candidate is given complete information about the scheme and mode of examination, question paper structure, and topics. All the candidates who are preparing for NEET 2025 exam can check the complete pattern here below.

National Testing Agency (NTA) has made some important changes in the exam pattern of NEET 2025. As per the earlier exam pattern, 180 questions were asked from Physics, Chemistry, and Biology (Botany and Zoology) in the NEET exam. These Multiple Choice questions were to be answered on a specially designed OMR sheet using a ballpoint pen. 

But in NEET 2025 two sections have been included in the exam pattern of NEET (UG). There will be two sections for each subject. Section A will have 35 questions and Section B will have 15 questions. Out of these 15 questions, candidates have to answer 10 questions. In such a situation, out of 200, only 180 questions will be solved.

Each question will carry four marks and for a wrong answer, one mark will be deducted under negative marking. Like last year the maximum marks will be 720 only.

Exam FormatDetail Information
Exam NameNational Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET)
Exam dateSeptember 12
Exam modePrimarily offline, candidates are given a
NEET 2025 OMR sheets
Mark the answers with a black or blue ballpoint pen
Exam Duration3 hours
Exam Language/MediumEnglish, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Oriya, Kannada, and Urdu
Question TypeMultiple Choice Questions
Total number of questions in NEET200 Questions (Students have to attempt 180 questions) ☆ Biology 90 Questions for 360 Marks
☆ Chemistry 45 Questions for 180 Marks
☆ Physics 45 Questions for 180 Marks
Total marks in NEET 2025720 Marks
Marking Scheme☆ 4 marks for each correct answer
☆ 1 mark will be deducted for a wrong answer

NEET Total Marks

Every year lakhs of students appear in the NEET exam. NEET is conducted to get admission to the top medical college in the country and due to these, the competition is very high. Due to the fear of this competition, many students drop their preparation.

On the other hand, some students do not take the exam thinking of doing better in the next attempt or leaving the preparation in the middle. Here we will give you complete information related to the NEET total marks Subject wise. Before appearing in the exam, the syllabus and total marks in NEET should be well understood.

NEET exam is conducted in offline mode. This paper is held in different languages- English, Hindi, Gujarati, Bengali, Tamil, Marathi, Odia, Telugu, Urdu, etc. Students get 3 hours for this exam (NEET Exam). 180 questions are to be attempted. NEET paper consists of three subjects- Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.

Remember there is a negative marking in this exam. 0.25 marks for every wrong answer i.e. 1 mark is deducted for every 4 wrong answers.

NEET SubjectNumber of
Questions asked
Maximum Marks in NEET
Botany  45 Questions180 Marks
Zoology  45 Questions180 Marks
Chemistry  45 Questions180 Marks
Physics  45 Questions180 Marks
Total180 QuestionsTotal 720 Marks in NEET  

Marking Scheme for NEET 2025

  1. Each correct answer will be awarded four marks
  2. One mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer
  3. No mark will be deducted for the questions which have not been answered
  4. Questions that have two or more responses marked on the OMR sheet will be considered incorrect and one mark will be deducted from them
  5. For Detail Information refer to Table 
Types of ResponseMarks
For each Correct Answer+4 Marks  
For each Incorrect Answer-1 Marks  
For No Response0 Marks  
More than one Response to the Same Questions-1 Marks  

NEET Admit Card 2025

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Admit Card is expected to be released by the National Testing Agency any time after the online application process. After the release of the NEET 2025 admit card, all the candidates can download it from the official website, the link of which is

NEET Admit Card 2025 will be released for download on the official website of NTA, For the entrance exam, candidates need to provide their NEET application number and date of birth/password to download their NEET admit card 2025. No hard copy of the NEET exam hall ticket will be sent to any candidate by post. After downloading the NEET online admit card, all the candidates need to take a printout of the same.

NEET Exam Admit Card

How to download NEET Admit Card 2025?

Candidates who have filled out the NEET online Application form for the NEET UG exam can download their NEET admit card by following step by step procedure given below.

  • A direct link to download NEET admit card has been provided above, once it is issued by NTA. Candidates have to click on it.
  • Now enter your NEET application number, date of birth, and security pin in the space provided on the screen and then click on the ‘Submit button’.
  • When candidates complete the steps as mentioned above, their NEET Admit Card will appear on the screen.
  • Now Check all the details given on the admit card. In case of discrepancy, contact the officials for rectification.
  • If all the details are correct on your NEET admit card, then use the download link to get it in PDF format. 
  • Now Save and take a printout of your NEET Admit Card and keep it safe for future use.
  • It is mandatory to get the signature of the parents on the NEET admit card at the designated place.

NEET Exam Result 2024

The NEET exam was conducted on the 5th May this year across the country. This year more than 15 lakh students took part in the NEET entrance exam. The Medical Counseling Committee and other counseling authorities will start the registration process for MBBS admission soon. 

Candidates can check their results with the help of a User ID/ Roll Number and Password. The result will be published in PDF format. The scorecard will display the rank details of the candidates. A separate merit list will be prepared for different categories online. Qualified candidates will be selected for further admission process.

The scorecard will be eligible for the current session admission. If two or more candidates obtain equal marks, then preference will be given to the older candidates. Also, a separate merit list will be prepared by the state counseling authorities for the state seats.

How to download NTA NEET 2024 Result

  • Visit the official website –
  • Click on the tab “View NEET-UG 2024 Result” which is displayed on the screen.
  • Enter your Roll Number, Date of Birth, and Security Pin as given on the candidate login window page.
  • NEET results will be displayed on the screen in the form of a scorecard.
  • Verify the details mentioned on the scorecard
  • Download NEET 2024 result and save it for future reference.

NEET Counseling 2024 Cut-Off

The result of the National Eligibility Entrance Test for admission to undergraduate medical and Ayush courses has been released and now the candidates are waiting for the commencement of NEET UG Counseling 2024. Candidates will get admission to various medical colleges through MCC NEET Counseling 2024. NEET is the only examination for admission to graduate medical courses, in which candidates take part in counseling based on cut-offs.

Admission to colleges depends on the cut-offs set by the colleges. The students who score the minimum cut-off as prescribed by the college get the seat through counseling. Candidates have to fill in their choice of course and college based on which seat is allotted. Most of the students try to get admission in the seats of government colleges first. The cut-off for this is also high.

NEET cutoff is the minimum qualifying mark that one needs to secure to crack the NEET entrance exam. NEET 2024 cutoff varies for all categories. NEET cutoff 2024 for general category candidates is 50 percentile, while for SC/ ST/ OBC candidates it will be 40 percentile. NEET cutoff for the General-PH category will be the 45th percentile. Candidates aspiring to pursue MBBS/BDS abroad need to obtain the NEET cutoff percentile and score. Last year, the NEET cutoff score for the general category was 720-147 which was equivalent to the 50th percentile. For SC/ST/OBC category candidates, the NEET cutoff score was 146-113.

CategoryNEET Cutoff
NEET Cutoff
General50 %730-138
General- PwD45%137-122

NEET Syllabus

The NEET exam is a very prestigious exam for Medical Admissions. To get admission to a government medical college requires excellent knowledge of Biology, Chemistry, and Physics subjects to score good marks in the exams. However, you can prepare well only when you know the NEET syllabus properly. It helps you know what you need to study.

NEET Exam Syllabus for Biology, Chemistry and Physics

If you do not follow the NEET syllabus, it would be difficult for you to prepare for the NEET exam. The NEET syllabus is vast and you need to cover everything. Studying of the syllabus will help you ensure that the what to study and what to ignore topics in the NEET syllabus and you get the best ideas to prepare. 

The NEET exam comprises of three compulsory subjects of 180-180 marks each for Chemistry and Physics and 360 marks for Biology. The questions will be of multiple-choice, objective type. Here below we mentioned subject wise syllabus for NEET.

Biology NEET Syllabus for 2025

The question paper of the NEET Biology section consists of 90 questions of total 360 marks. So to get the best possible result, candidates can follow the NEET Biology syllabus. Candidates are advised to start their Biology preparation for NEET as early as possible. The NEET Biology syllabus has an equal distribution of questions for class 11 and class 12. To prepare for Biology a candidate needs to go through NCERT Books as the syllabus and questions for Biology are almost completely based on it. Aspirants preparing for Biology for NEET must understand the concepts covered in the syllabus and practice questions based on their application. Here below we provide a complete NEET biology syllabus. Take a Look……

Class 11th SyllabusClass 12th Syllabus
Diversity in Living WorldReproduction
Structural Organisation in
Plants and Animals
Genetics and Evolution
Cell Structure and FunctionBiology and Human
Plant PhysiologyBiotechnology and its
Human PhysiologyEcology and Environment

Chemistry NEET Syllabus for 2025

The question paper of the NEET Chemistry section consists of 45 questions of total 180 marks. So to get the best possible result, candidates can follow the NEET Chemistry syllabus. Candidates are advised to start their chemistry preparation for NEET as early as possible. The NEET chemistry syllabus has an equal distribution of questions for class 11 and class 12. To prepare for chemistry a candidate needs to go through NCERT Books as the syllabus and questions for chemistry are almost completely based on it. Aspirants preparing for chemistry for NEET must understand the concepts covered in the syllabus and practice questions based on their application. Here below we provide a complete NEET chemistry syllabus.

Class 12th SyllabusClass 11th Syllabus
Solid StateSome basic concepts of Chemistry
SolutionsStructure of Atom
ElectrochemistryClassification of Elements
and Periodicity in Properties
Chemical KineticsChemical Bonding and
Molecular Structure
Surface ChemistryStates of Matter: Gases and Liquids
General Properties and Processes
of Isolation of Elements
P block ElementsEquilibrium
D and F block ElementsRedox Reactions
Coordination CompoundsHydrogen
Haloalkanes and HaloarenesS block Elements
(Alkali and Alkaline Metals)
Alcohol, Phenols & EthersSome P-block elements
Aldehydes, Ketones and
Carboxylic Acids
Organic Chemistry- Some
Basic Principles and Techniques
Organic compound containing
Biomolecules, Polymers and
Chemistry in Everyday Life
Environmental Chemistry

Physics NEET Syllabus for 2025

The question paper of the NEET Physics section consists of 45 questions of total 180 marks. So to get the best possible result, candidates can follow the NEET Physics syllabus. Candidates are advised to start their Physics preparation for NEET as early as possible. The NEET Physics syllabus has an equal distribution of questions for class 11 and class 12. To prepare for Physics a candidate needs to go through NCERT Books as the syllabus and questions for Physics are almost completely based on it. Aspirants preparing for Physics for NEET must understand the concepts covered in the syllabus and practice questions based on their application. Here below we provide a complete NEET Physics syllabus.

Class 12th SyllabusClass 11th Syllabus
Electro statisticsPhysical World and
Current ElectricityKinematics
Magnetic Effects of
Electric Current and
Laws of Motion
Electromagnetic Induction
And Alternating Currents
Work, Energy, and Power
Electromagnetic WavesThe motion of a system of Particles
and rigid body
Dual Nature of Matter and
Properties of bulk matter
Atoms and NucleiThermodynamics
Electronic DevicesThe Behavior of Kinetic Theory
and Gases
 Oscillations and waves

How To Prepare For NEET

Success in the NEET exam greatly depends on determination, a positive attitude, and a well-structured action plan. Annually, approximately 14-15 lakh candidates appear for the NEET exam, and only those equipped with the best preparation strategies manage to secure a spot. The NEET exam covers three subjects, necessitating thorough preparation in each to qualify successfully. In addition to understanding preparation tips, candidates must familiarize themselves with the NEET Exam Pattern and Syllabus, which serve as valuable guidelines for effective preparation. Below, we outline strategies essential for NEET preparation:

  • Prepare Yourself Firstly: Before delving into NEET preparation, it’s crucial to mentally and physically ready yourself for the journey ahead. Establish clear goals and manage your time efficiently.
  • Understand the Syllabus: The NEET syllabus serves as the cornerstone of preparation. Familiarize yourself with it before diving into study materials. The National Testing Agency (NTA) provides a detailed NEET syllabus, aiding in the selection of relevant study materials and prioritization of subjects.
  • Read NCERT Textbooks: NCERT textbooks from classes 11th and 12th are invaluable resources for NEET preparation. They present information coherently and reliably, being sourced directly from the NTA. Supplement your studies with advanced textbooks for a comprehensive understanding.
  • Make Your Own Short Notes: Creating concise notes is beneficial during NEET preparation. Given the vast syllabus, these notes help in covering topics comprehensively and serve as handy tools for revision. Organize your notes by subject for easy reference.
  • Solve NEET Previous Year Papers: Previous year question papers are invaluable resources for understanding NEET patterns, question types, and difficulty levels. Analyzing these papers helps in identifying important subject areas and serves as a self-assessment tool.
  • Take Mock Tests: Regularly taking mock tests provides insights into your preparation progress. It helps in adjusting your study strategy according to your performance and identifying areas that require further improvement.
  • Revision: Due to the extensive syllabus, timely revision is crucial for NEET preparation. Regularly revisiting topics prevents forgetting and ensures retention of essential concepts.
  • Stay Positive: Maintaining a positive mindset is paramount throughout the NEET journey. Despite challenging moments, remain optimistic and resilient. Eliminate negative thoughts and focus on diligent effort and hard work.

FAQs on NEET Exam

1. When will the NEET exam date be announced?
The National Testing Agency conducts the NEET entrance exam annually for various courses like MBBS, BDS, AYUSH, Veterinary, and Nursing in colleges across India. The results for NEET UG 2024 have been released, and counseling is set to commence soon. Therefore, the exam date for 2024 is likely to be announced soon. It’s crucial for aspirants to stay informed about the exam preparation guidelines during this time.

2. Is NCERT enough for NEET preparation?
Yes, NCERT textbooks for Class 11 and Class 12 are indispensable for NEET exam preparation. If you’re wondering whether NCERT books alone suffice for the NEET exam, the answer is yes. About 80-85% of the MCQs in the NEET question paper are based on NCERT books. It’s imperative for NEET candidates to thoroughly study NCERT books for Biology, Physics, and Chemistry to enhance their chances of success.

3. Is cracking NEET difficult?
The NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test) is undeniably one of the toughest medical entrance exams in India. With approximately 15-16 lakh students appearing for the exam annually, it poses significant challenges. Many NEET aspirants acknowledge its difficulty level. However, with proper preparation strategies, guidance, and a combination of hard work and determination, cracking the NEET exam on the first attempt is achievable.

4. Can I crack NEET without coaching?
Yes, it’s possible to crack the NEET exam without enrolling in a coaching institute. Self-study, backed by sufficient study materials, books, notes, and internet resources, can be highly effective. While coaching institutes may provide assistance with concepts, notes, and exam pattern familiarity, success in NEET ultimately depends on individual effort, dedication, and smart study methods. Comprehensive study materials, including books, video lectures, and notes, are essential for NEET preparation. These resources are readily available both online and offline. By utilizing these study materials effectively, you can increase your chances of cracking the NEET exam in your first attempt.

5. Are NEET previous year questions papers available online?
Yes, candidates can download the NEET previous year’s question papers PDF from the official website or from the various online portals, where they are available for free. 

6. Can I change my NEET exam center after the application process has been completed?
NEET Applicants must ensure that they choose the correct exam center at the time of filling out the online application fee as a change of exam venue after final submission is not acceptable by the conducting body NTA. However, a written request duly signed addressing to NTA may be considered in case of emergency.

7. How and when can I download my NEET admit card?
An NEET e-admit card is released at least three weeks before the commencement of the NEET examination on the official website. Candidates can download the NEET hall ticket from there and get a copy of it to carry to the NEET exam center.

8. Is it mandatory to add a phone number and email address to the NEET application form?
Yes, it is important to add the correct contact details and email address in the NEET application form as the conducting body only communicates electronically, and no communication is done via post. All fields marked with an asterisk (*) are mandatory to be filled by the applicants in NEET  online Application form.

9. What are the passing marks in NEET?
For candidates in the general category, securing approximately 550-600 marks out of 720 is considered ideal for admission to a prestigious government medical college. In the case of OBC category candidates, a score ranging from 500-600 marks is typically required for admission to a good college. For SC/ST category candidates, securing over 450 marks is generally necessary for admission to a reputable government medical college.

10. How many marks are there in the NEET exam?
The NEET question paper consists of a total of 180 questions, with a maximum of 720 marks in total. Each correct answer carries 4 marks. The exam is divided into three sections: Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.

Physics and Chemistry sections each contain 45 questions, contributing to 180 marks each. The Biology section comprises 90 questions, totaling 360 marks, which is half of the total questions asked in NEET. Understanding the distribution of marks across sections helps students focus on areas needing more attention to crack this challenging medical entrance test.

11. Is a score of 300 good in NEET?
After the intense NEET examination, students eagerly await their results. Many wonder whether a score of 300 in NEET is considered good and if it’s sufficient for admission to a medical college. According to experts, the expected cutoff for admission varies across categories. For the general category, the cutoff is projected to be around 510 marks, while it’s estimated to be 490 for OBC, 395 for SC, and approximately 350 for ST candidates.

In the NEET exam, there are a total of 180 questions, with 4 marks awarded for each correct answer and 1 mark deducted for each wrong answer. Scoring around 510 out of the total 720 marks significantly increases the likelihood of securing a seat in a medical college, as the cutoff marks serve as the minimum requirement for admission.

To qualify for admission to MBBS-BDS programs, candidates from the unreserved category must achieve a minimum of 50 percentile in NEET. The percentile requirements differ for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, and handicapped students, ranging from 40 to 45 percentile. Percentiles are determined based on the highest marks attained in the All India Common Merit List.

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Biology Topicwise MCQ for NEET

MCQ on Nucleic AcidMCQ on Bacteria
MCQ on RDTMCQ on Food Chain
Genetic EngineeringGene Therapy
MCQ on AIDSMCQ on Plant Harmone
MCQ on Genetic DisordersMCQ on Genetic Material
Central DogmaPopulation Ecology
Carbon CycleMCQ on Nitrogen Fixation
Ethics MCQMCQ on Acid Rain
MCQ on White PollutionMCQ on Noice Pollution
Plant Cell MCQMCQ on Flower
MCQ on Cell SignalingHomozygous Genes
MCQ on Chromosomal AbnormalityCancer MCQ
Auxin MCQEnergy flow in Ecosystem
Biochemical CyclePlant Nutrition
MCQ on Protein SynthesisMCQ on Transcription
MCQ on RNAMCQ on Amino Acids
MCQ on DNAMCQ on Carbohydrate
Lipid MCQInfectious Disease
MCQ on Immunological TechniqueFermentation MCQ
Screening of MicroorganismsStrain Improvement
MCQ on ProteinsMCQ on Antibody
Female representative systemMCQ on Antigen
Immunology MCQMCQ on Cell Theory
MCQ on ImmunityOrigin of Life
MCQ on ChromosomeHuman Genome Project
Carbohydrate metabolismLipid Metabolism
Protein MetabolismMetabolism MCQ
aerobic respirationAnaerobic Respiration
MCQ on TranspirationMCQ on Cellular Senescence
Totipotency MCQApoptosis
MCQ on AmitosisMitosis MCQ
Meiosis MCQCell Engineering
Genetic RecombinationProteins and Amino Acids
MCQ on HIVMCQ on Vitamins
MCQ on GeneticsAnimal Tissue MCQ
ElectrophoresisDNA Replication MCQ
Reproduction in OrganismsPaper Chromatography
Chromatography MCQLiving World
Heart DiseaseHeart MCQ
MCQ on MicrobiologyBiochemistry MCQ
Endocrine System MCQBlood Transfusion
Male Reproductive SystemConnective Tissue
MCQ on Mendelian GeneticsEcology MCQ
MCQ on AntibioticsMCQ on Pollination
ParthenogenesisEndosperm MCQ
Double FertilizationMCQ on Pollen Grains
MCQ on EmbryoParthenocarpy
Environmental StudiesAutoclave MCQ
Biodiversity MCQMCQ on Viruses
MCQ on AngiospermMCQ on Cell Cycle
MCQ on AutoclaveCET PYQ
MCQ on Environmental MicrobiologyMCQ on Nuclei
MCQ on Environmental StudiesMCQ on Life Processes
MCQ on VaccinesBatch Sterilization MCQ
Physics MCQMCQ on Chloroplast
MCQ on Cell SignallingFundamental unit of life MCQ
Phylum Porifera MCQPhylum platyhelminthes MCQ
mcq on phylum coelenterataTransportation in Plants
MCQ on ArthropodsMCQ on Osmosis
MCQ on DiffusionMCQ on Reproductive Health
Reproduction in flowering plantIn vitro fertilization
Meristematic TissueMuscle Contraction MCQ
MCQ on HomeostasisMCQ on Fertilizers
Mycoplasma MCQMCQ on PCR
Bioremediation MCQBIotechnology MCQ
MCQ on CellGlobal Warming MCQ
MCQ on CytoplasmMCQ on Plastid

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