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Most Repeated Questions in NEET Exam - Important Question for NEET 2024

Most Repeated Questions in NEET Exam - Important Question for NEET 2024

Edited By Deep pathak | Updated on May 02, 2024 11:08 AM IST | #NEET

NEET UG is the single largest medical entrance examination in India through which admission to MBBS, BDS, AYUSH, and B.Sc Nursing courses is granted. Although the NEET syllabus is vast and questions are asked from different sections, many questions get repeated too. Candidates must not miss these most repeated questions in NEET to score well in the exam.

A total of 200 questions are asked from Physics, Chemistry, Botany, and Zoology in the NEET exam. 50 questions are asked from each section. The NTA made several changes to the syllabus this year and published the NEET 2024 deleted syllabus in its information bulletin. Even though the syllabus has been reduced, the NEET syllabus is vast and covering each topic becomes hectic for the students. To counter this, candidates should know the most repeated questions in NEET and score well. Read the full article to know comprehensive details on NEET most repeated questions.

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Most repeated questions in NEET pdf

Several chapters can be categorised into the most important chapters for NEET. These chapters contain the most repeated questions in the NEET exam. Having a good grasp of these chapters can increase the chances of students getting good marks.

Most repeated questions of Physics in NEET

The chapters from where most of the questions have been repeated over the years in the NEET exam are mentioned in the below table.

Physics most repeated questions in NEET


Chapter Name

Concept name

Physical World and Measurement

Errors of Measurements

Significant Figures

Error In Quantity Raised To Some Power


Frequency, Angular Frequency, Angular Velocity, Velocity Gradient

Magnetic Field, Permeability of Free Space, Magnetic Flux And Self Inductance

Application of Dimensional Analysis (I)- To Find Dimension Of Physical Constant


Uniform Circular Motion

Equation of Motions

Projectile Motion

Speed And Velocity

Kinematics Graphs

Laws of Motion

Newton’s Second and Third Law of Motion

Motion of Connected Blocks Over Pulley

Equilibrium of Concurrent Forces

Acceleration of Block Against Friction

Centripetal Force And Centrifugal Force

Angular Momentum

Work, Energy and Power


Law of Conservation of Energy

Work Done By Variable Force

Potential Energy

Perfectly Elastic Head-on Collision

Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body

Center of Mass

Equations of Linear Motion And Rotational Motion.


Work, Energy and Power for Rotating Body

Moment of Inertia of a Ring

Moment of Inertia of a Disc

Moment of Inertia of a Solid Sphere

Conservation of Angular Momentum


Gravitational Potential Energy (U)

Escape Velocity

Variation In ‘G’ Due to Height

Gravitational Field Intensity

Time Period and Energy of a Satellite

Properties of Bulk Matter

Stokes’ Law & Terminal Velocity

Excess Pressure Inside A Liquid Drop & Soap Bubble

Hooke’s Law

Surface Energy

Thermal Expansion and Its Types


Basics of Conduction

Law of Thermal Conductivity

Stress and Its Types

Rise of Liquid In a Capillary Tube


Adiabatic Process

Isobaric Process

Ideal Gas Equation

Kinetic Energy of Ideal Gas

Various Types of Speeds of Ideal Gases

Oscillations and Waves

Equations of Motions of Shm

Simple Pendulum

Standing Longitudinal Wave

Speed of Transverse Wave on a String


Energy In Shm

Standing Wave In a String Fixed at Both Ends

Simple Harmonic as Projection of Circular Motion

Terms Associated With Shm


Electric Potential Due To Continuous Charge Distribution

Coulomb’s Law

Equipotential Surface

Combination of Capacitors

Energy Stored In Capacitor


Electric Field

Applications of Gauss Law

Current Electricity

Resistance and Resistivity

Kirchhoff’s Second Law

Emf of a Cell When the Cell Is Charging and Discharging and Open Circuit and Short Circuit

Kirchhoff First Law


Wheatstone’s Bridge

Meter Bridge

Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism

Application of Ampere’s Law


Motion of a Charged Particle In Uniform Magnetic Field

Lorentz Force

Circular Current Loop as Magnetic Dipole

Magnetic Field Due to Circular Current Loop

Magnetic Force on a Current-Carrying Conductor

Magnetisation and Magnetic Intensity

Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents

Series LCR Circuit

Faraday’s Law of Induction

Motional Electromotive Force


Magnetic Flux

Time-Varying Magnetic Field

Resonance In Series Lcr Circuit

Mutual Inductance for a Pair of Concentric Coils

Power In an AC Circuit

Energy Stored In an Inductor


Total Internal Reflection

Young's Double Slit Experiment

Lens Maker’s Formula

Combination of Thin Lens In Contact

Lenses at a Distance

Mirror Formula

Refraction Through a Prism


Dispersion of Light

Power of Lens and Mirror

Astronomical Telescope

Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation

De-Broglie Wavelength of an Electron

Photoelectric Effect

Graphs In Photoelectric Effect

Electron Emission

Photons Emitted by a Source Per Second

Intensity of Radiation

Photon Flux

Atoms and Nuclei

Bohr’s Model of Hydrogen Atom

Nuclear Fission

Energy Level for Hydrogen

Mass-Energy and Nuclear Binding Energy

Radius of Orbit and Velocity of Electron

Line Spectra of Hydrogen Atom

Continuous X-Ray

Binding Energy Per Nucleon

Electronic Devices

Logic Gates

Extrinsic Semiconductor

Semiconductor Diode

Zener Diode

Chemistry most repeated questions in NEET


Chapter Name

Concept Name

Basic Concepts of Chemistry

Mole Concept and Molar Mass

Empirical Formula And Molecular Formula

Stoichiometry, Stoichiometric Calculations And Limiting Reagent

Structure of Atom

Line spectrum of hydrogen

Radius, velocity and the energy of nth Bohr orbital

Quantum Numbers

Aufbau Principle, Pauli Exclusion Principle and Hund’s Rule of Maximum Multiplicity

Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties

Variation of Atomic Radii and ionic radii

Ionisation Enthalpy or Ionisation Potential

Chemical Properties - 1

Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure

Shapes of Molecules

Dipole Moment

Limitations of The Octet Rule

Fajan’s Rule and Covalent Character in Ionic Bond

Valence Bond Theory

How to Find Hybridisation

VSPER (Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion) Theory


Gibbs Energy And Change In Gibbs Energy

Enthalpy of Dissociation, Atomisation And Phase Change

Isothermal Reversible and Isothermal Irreversible

Adiabatic Reversible And Irreversible Expansion

Thermochemistry And Enthalpy For Chemical Reaction

Spontaneity Criteria With Gibbs Energy (G)


Solubility and Solubility Product


Bronsted Lowry and Lewis Acid-Base theory

Types of Equilibrium Constant

pH of Solutions: Strong Bases

Calculating pH of a Buffer Solution (acidic)

Redox Reaction

Oxidation Number and Oxidation State

Types of Redox Reactions

Balancing of Redox Reaction: Oxidation Number Method

P-block elements

Chemical Properties - 2


Physical Properties of Group 13 - 1

Physical Properties of Group 13 - 2

Physical Properties - 2

Allotropic Form of Carbon(Graphite)

Phosphine and Phosphorus Chloride

Group 16: Oxyen Family - Physical Properties

Interhalogen Compounds


Organic Chemistry

Mesomeric or Resonance Effect


Kjeldahl’s Method


Preparation of Aldehydes


Preparation of Alkanes(Corey House Reaction, Reduction of Alkyl Halides by LiAlH4, Wurtz Reaction)

Nucleophilic Substitution

Chemical Properties(Free Radical Reaction, Chlorination, Nitration and sulphonation)

Reduction of Alkynes to Alkenes

Markonikov and Anti-Markonikov Reaction


Osmosis and Osmotic Pressure

Concentration Terms

Depression in Freezing Point

Distillation under reduced pressure and Steam distillation

Chemical Kinetics

First Order Reaction

Effective Activation Energy

Instantaneous Rate of Reaction

Rate Law

Zero Order Kinetics - Zero Order Reaction

Graphs for Zero-Order Reaction

Half-Life of First-Order Reaction

d and f block elements

Oxidation State

Screening Effect and Lanthanoid Contraction

Ionisation Energy

Formation of Coloured Ions

Coordination Compounds

Crystal Field Splitting in Octahedral Field

Magnetic Properties and Character

Terminologies Related to Coordination Compounds

Magnetic Moment (On the Basis of VBT)

Applications of CFT

Haloalkanes and Haloarenes

Nature of C-X bond and Physical Properties

SN2 Reaction

Alcohol, Phenols and Ether

Properties of Phenols

Grignard Reagent - 1

Preparation of Phenol

Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids

Nucleophilic Addition Reaction

Methods of Preparation of Carboxylic Acids

Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen

Azo-Coupling Reaction

Test for Amines

Carbylamine Test

Reaction with NaNO2 + HCl

Basicity of Aliphatic Amines


Amino Acids - 1



Co-ordination Compounds

Oxidation Number

Most repeated questions in NEET Biology


Chapter Name

Concept Name

Diversity in Living World


Taxon and Taxonomic Hierarchy (Taxonomic categories)


Viruses, Viroids and Prions

Chlorophyceae/ Green Algae

Classification of Bryophytes

Reproduction in gymnosperms

Class Osteichthyes - Characteristics Features

Steps of Taxonomy

Photosynthetic Protista

Types of Life Cycles


Classification of Pteridophytes


Characteristics of Angiosperms

Physiology of Porifera

Phylum Aschelminthes and Body Plan of Aschelminthes

Phylum Arthropoda and Body Plan of Arthropoda

Class Cyclostomata - Characteristics Features

Class Chondrichthyes - Characteristics Features

Class Mammalia - Characteristics Features

Structural Organisation in Animals and Plants

Vascular Tissue System

Floral Symmetry, Number of Floral Appendages and Position of Ovary in a Flower


Cymose Inflorescence and Its Types

Parts of a Flower - Aestivation

The Fruit

Description of Some Important Families: Solanaceae

Specialised Junctions Between Epithelial Cells

Complex Permanent Tissues - Xylem

Dense Regular Connective Tissue and Dense Irregular Connective Tissue

Secondary Growth

Unstriped or Non-striated or Visceral or Smooth or Involuntary Muscle

Secondary Growth in Intrastelar Region of Dicot Stem - Heartwood and Sapwood

Respiratory System and Excretory System of Cockroach

Reproduction in Cockroach

Cell Structure and Function

Cell Cycle: Interphase

Stages of Meiosis I - Prophase I

The Nucleus

Semi-autonomous Organelles: Mitochondria (Sing. Mitochondrion)

Components of the Endomembrane System: The Golgi Apparatus

Components of the Endomembrane System: Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)

Enzyme Inhibition


The Cytoskeleton

Centrosome and Centrioles

Lipids and Fatty Acids

Nucleic Acids - DNA and RNA

Enzymes and Their Classification

Different Stages of Mitosis

Introduction to Meiosis

Stages of Meiosis I - Metaphase I and Anaphase I

Plant Physiology

Functions of Ethylene

Dark Reaction of Photosynthesis and RuBP

Dark Reaction: Calvin Cycle

The C4 Pathway

Tricarboxylic Acid Cycle or Krebs Cycle or Citric Acid Cycle

Functions of Gibberellins


Tissue Culture & Somatic Hybridization

Steps of Calvin Cycle


Lactic Acid Fermentation

Functions of Auxins

Steps of Krebs Cycle

Human Physiology



Exchange of Gases

Disorders of the Respiratory System

Types of Animals Based on Excretory Wastes

Proximal Convoluted Tubule (PCT), Loop of Henle, Distal Convoluted Tubule (DCT) & Collecting Duct


The Hypothalamus

The Pituitary Gland and Its Anterior Lobe

Forebrain: Olfactory Lobes & Diencephalon

Thyroid Disorders


Pollination and Its Types

Menstrual Cycle

Endosperm Development

Seed and Fruit



Events of Fertilization


Structure of Pollen Grain

Male Sex Accessory Ducts

Embryonic Development: Cleavage & Formation of Blastocyst

Genetics and Evolution

Linkage: Discovery & Meaning

DNA Fingerprinting

Gregor Johann Mendel- Father of Genetics

Salient Features of Double-Helix Structure of DNA

Packaging of DNA Helix in Eukaryotes

Hardy Weinberg Equilibrium

Chromosomal Theory of Inheritance & T.H. Morgan

Mutations & Their Features

Pedigree Analysis

Sickle-cell Anaemia

Chromosomal Disorders

Salient Features of Genetic Code

Lac Operon

Evidence of Organic Evolution: Homologous Organs & Analogous Organs

Adaptive Radiation

Origin & Evolution of Man

Disorders of the Immune System

Monohybrid Cross of Mendel


Sex Determination

Sex Determination: XX Female & XO Male Type

Types of Mutations

Chromosomal Number Mutations

Chargaff Rule

Hershey & Chase Experiment

Messelson and Stahl Experiment

Enzymes Involved In DNA Replication

DNA Replication in Prokaryotes

RNA Polymerase in Prokaryotes & Eukaryotes

Process of Transcription in Prokaryotes

Introduction to Translation

Process of Translation

Human Genome Project & Its Goals

Chemical Evolution & Miller Experiment

Mechanism of Evolution: Genetic Drift, Founder Effect & Bottleneck Effect

Mechanism of Evolution: Natural Selection & Its Types

Biology and Human Welfare

Microbes as Biocontrol Agents

Chemicals, Enzymes and Other Bioactive Molecules

Viral Diseases

Bacterial Diseases

Innate Immunity

Commonly Abused Drugs

Microbes in Industrial Products: Antibiotics

Life Cycle of Plasmodium

Cell-Mediated Immune System

Immune System in Humans


Microbes in Household Products

Biotechnology and Its Applications

Polymerase Chain Reaction

Functioning of Restriction Endonucleases

Gene Therapy - ADA Deficiency Treatment

Introduction to Transcription & Transcription Unit

Gel Electrophoresis

Competent Host (For Transformation with Recombinant DNA)

Insect Resistant Transgenic Plant - Bt Cotton

Tools of Biotechnology: Restriction Endonucleases

Pest Resistant Transgenic Plant Using RNAi

Biotechnological Application in Medicines - Genetically Engineered Insulin

Tools of Biotechnology: Cloning Vectors & Their Types


Features required to facilitate cloning into a vector

pBR322 Plasmid Vector & Mode of Selection of Transformants

Direct or Vectorless Methods of Gene Transfer

Golden Rice

Ecology and Environment

Ozone Depletion in the Stratosphere

Functions of Ecosystem: Productivity

Cause of biodiversity losses

Ex-situ Conservation of Biodiversity

Population & Its Attributes: Population Size or Density

Models of Population Growth: Exponential Growth


Gause competitive exclusion principle & Resource Partitioning


Functions of Ecosystem: Decomposition

Pyramid of Biomass & Pyramid of Energy

Adaptations - I

Adaptations - II

Models of Population Growth: Logistic Growth



Components of Ecosystem: Biotic

Trophic Levels, Food Chain & Food Web

Pyramid of Numbers

Species Diversity - India & World

Patterns of Biodiversity - Species-Area relationships

In-situ Conservation of Biodiversity - Hotspots, National Parks and Sacred groves

In-situ Conservation of Biodiversity - Sanctuaries and Biosphere Reserves

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Based on the information you've provided, you might be eligible for the Jharkhand State Quota in NEET, but there's a possibility of verification.

Jharkhand, like most states, has its own domicile criteria for availing state quota seats in medical colleges.  While the exact details might change, they typically look for proof of permanent residence in Jharkhand is usually a key requirement. Your residential certificate from Jharkhand should help establish this.The fact that you passed your 12th from Rajasthan might raise a question about your domicile.  Jharkhand might require you to provide additional proof of strong ties to the state.

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No, you cannot get direct admission to a program in Anesthesiology without qualifying in the NEET exam in India.

To pursue an MD in Anesthesiology, which is the postgraduate qualification required for practicing as an Anesthesiologist, you must qualify in the NEET PG (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Postgraduate) exam. NEET PG is the mandatory entrance exam for admission to MD/MS programs in medical colleges across India.

There is no provision for direct admission to MD Anesthesiology programs without appearing for NEET PG. All admissions happen through a centralized counseling process based on NEET PG scores.

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You should not worry as your father's name is correct. It's OK if In your class xii certificate it is written Late before your father's name .

In neet ug form all the names ( your name, father's name, mother's name) should be correct with right spellings . The names should be same as in aadhar card. Date of birth should be correct. Your photo must match with your photo in aadhar card so that you can be recognized easily,  for that always use recent photo copy of yourself.

You will be called for counseling and there will not be any issue .

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With 480 marks you have hogh chances of getting a medical seat through state quota but through All India quota, we can't predict regarding getting which seat and which course being obc category person.

This is because your admission depends upon neet cut off 2024. Cut off changes every year. Cut iff depends upon various factors such as students appeared, seat intake, previous year's cut off and difficulty level of exam etc.

Neet qualifying marks for obc category are 40 percentile .

Now looking at previous year's trends for obc category , with 480 marks you may get a prestigious college , it may be for mbbs or bds .

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If you have an SC certificate issued by the competent authority in Delhi  where you have resided since birth, then your SC quota will be valid for Delhi. This is because Delhi considers residence a crucial factor for claiming reservation benefits.

There might be some ambiguity in this case. Ideally, for claiming a reservation benefit in a state, your SC certificate should be issued by that specific state's authority.

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Column I ( Salivary gland)


Column II ( Their location)



Below tongue

Sub-maxillary / sub-mandibular


Lower jaw




Option: 1

a(i), b(ii) , c(iii)


Option: 2

a(ii), b(i), c(iii)


Option: 3

a(i), b(iii), c(ii)

Option: 4

a(iii), b(ii), c(i)

Ethyl \; ester \xrightarrow[(excess)]{CH_{3}MgBr} P

the product 'P' will be ,

Option: 1

Option: 2

Option: 3

\left ( C_{2}H_{5} \right )_{3} - C- OH

Option: 4




 Valve name                            



    I   Aortic valve     A

Prevents blood from going backward from the pulmonary artery to the right ventricle.

    II   Mitral valve     B

 Prevent blood from flowing backward from the right ventricle to the right atrium.

    III   Pulmonic valve     C

 Prevents backward flow from the aorta into the left ventricle.

    IV   Tricuspid valve     D

 Prevent backward flow from the left ventricle to the left atrium.


Option: 1

I – A , II – B, III – C, IV – D

Option: 2

 I – B , II – C , III – A , IV – D

Option: 3

 I – C , II – D , III – A , IV – B

Option: 4

 I – D , II – A , III – B , IV – C 



Column A Column B

a) Organisation of cellular contents and further cell growth.  


b) Leads to formation of two daughter cells.


c) Cell grows physically and increase volume proteins,organells.


d)  synthesis and replication of DNA.

Match the correct option as per the process shown in the diagram. 




Option: 1


Option: 2


Option: 3



Option: 4


0.014 Kg of N2 gas at 27 0C is kept in a closed vessel. How much heat is required to double the rms speed of the N2 molecules?

Option: 1

3000 cal

Option: 2

2250 cal

Option: 3

2500 cal

Option: 4

3500 cal

0.16 g of dibasic acid required 25 ml of decinormal NaOH solution for complete neutralisation. The modecular weight of the acid will be

Option: 1


Option: 2


Option: 3


Option: 4


0.5 F of electricity is passed through 500 mL of copper sulphate solution. The amount of copper (in g) which can be deposited will be:

Option: 1


Option: 2


Option: 3


Option: 4


0.5 g of an organic substance was kjeldahlised and the ammonia released was neutralised by 100 ml 0.1 M HCl. Percentage of nitrogen in the compound is

Option: 1


Option: 2


Option: 3


Option: 4


0xone is

Option: 1


Option: 2

\mathrm{Na}_{2} \mathrm{O}_{2}

Option: 3

\mathrm{Li}_{2} \mathrm{O}

Option: 4


(1) A substance  known as "Smack"

(2) Diacetylmorphine

(3) Possessing a white color

(4) Devoid of any odor

(5) Crystal compound with a bitter taste

(6) Obtained by extracting from the latex of the poppy plant

The above statements/information are correct for:

Option: 1


Option: 2


Option: 3


Option: 4


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