Medical field is one of the booming sector where ample of students from different cities strive to get MBBS seat in government colleges. It is no wonder that the rise in medical students are graphing ahead than the engineering sector. According to a survey conducted, it is found that there are 390 medical colleges in India and about 50K students are entering the All India medical entrance exams every year. But only the smart one reaches the target!
Know the syllabus
The first step is to know the entire syllabus that is required to crack the exam pattern. Here is the syllabus outlook.
-Those who have completed the +2 with a science background can apply for the medical entrance exam, where some require a degree in B.S has or who come from pre medical background are eligible
-Usually questions come from 11th and 12th standard CBSE and ICSE subjects like biology, physics and chemistry
- Objective type questions are usually asked and carry negative marking hence students must be careful while answering the questions
Tips to prepare
-You can’t prepare within a day or two. Pre-planning is best but don’t plan for the entire month, instead take small steps in making plans for a week to cover your short team goals
-Don’t burden your study by referring so much of books. Keep a single author for all the subjects and start your preparation
-It’s always better to study the fundamentals and then go into the detailed concepts. As most of the questions are asked from the fundamentals, but in a tricky way
-You can also opt for some coaching classes to clear your doubts and for regular study. Or you can ask your friends and do group studies to learn quickly
-Prepare a perfect timetable and follow it till the last day of your exam
Top medical exams in India
These three are the top medical exams that most of the students aspire to crack.
AIIMS (All India Institute of Medial Sciences) –The duration is 3 and half hours with 200 objective type questions where 60 is from physics, chemistry, biology and the rest 20 from general knowledge
AIPMT (All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Examination) – It consists of 180 questions and the duration is for three hours. It is conducted by the CBSE board and is an offline exam
JIPMER (Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research) - It is conducted for 2 and half hours and consists of 200 multiple choice questions. The pattern carries 60 questions from all the science subjects and 20 from English. The best part is the exam doesn’t have any negative marking.
Start your preparation well-ahead and join in the best Medical Colleges in India.
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