CBSE AIPMT 2016: Important points to remember
All India Pre-Medical Test, commonly called as AIPMT, is a national level entrance exam, conducted every year by the Central Board of secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi for admissions in MBBS & BDS courses. It is one of the most prestigious exams among all medical entrance examinations. Every year, 15 percent seats of all state's government medical & dental colleges, except AP, Telangana & J&K are filled through AIPMT.
The exam is scheduled to be slated on May 1.
'Points to remember for AIPMT 2016' Do's and Don'ts:
A week before exam:
Thorough revision of NCERT: Be thorough with the NCERT books, especially of Biology & Chemistry of class 11 and 12 as it is the basic and most important component of your preparation
Efficient revision of important topics: As the syllabus is vast, one needs to know the most important topics to draw the best output. Revise the chapter in accordance with its importance in AIPMT
Time: Do not try to give any extra time to those chapters which have less weightage
Notes: Make notes in the form of summary sheets, flow charts, formulae sheets etc. during this period will be good
Mock test papers: Try to practice the mock test papers of AIPMT pattern and previous year papers.
During the 'D DAY', The Examination Day:
Approach the test with best strategy - 'Count Your Bullets': Based on your strengths & weaknesses, approach the test paper with the best strategy. An effective strategy will help you to draw the best output in the final exam
Be Selective: Try not to give the final answer for questions which you are not sure of because your wrong answer will reduce your grand total. Simply leave such questions and focus first on the questions from your strength areas. On an average, there are 55-60 percent average and easy questions, 20-25 percent above moderate questions and 15-20 percent difficult questions in test paper. Try to identify easy ones and attempt them first.
Align your clock - 'Time Management': It is important to manage the time effectively in the exam. In the first round, attempt only those questions, which are taking less time and are very easy. In second round, try to solve left questions, in order to maximise the score.
Be optimistic & calm: The most important thing to remember is to be calm and positive throughout the exam. Do not panic, if your are stuck in a difficult question, leave space and move forward to the next question
Do not learn any thing new: During the exam day, do not learn any new thing because at the last moment, it may generate confusion in your mind and will make you nervous.
All the best!
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