AIIMS 2018 Toppers - With AIIMS MBBS 2018 result declared on June 18, Careers360 presents here the profiles of the AIIMS toppers 2018 are now likely to pursue MBBS from AIIMS New Delhi. Eliza Bansal from Punjab has bagged All India Rank 1 in AIIMS MBBS, followed by another Punjab girl Ramneek Kaur Mahal and Haryana's Mehak Arora.
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Nearly three lakh aspirants appeared for AIIMS MBBS 2018 across as many as 155 cities on May 26 and 27 for admission to 807 MBBS seats.
Have a look at the profiles, journeys and success stories of the AIIMS 2018 Toppers. Read the article below to know about their preparation strategies, hobbies, family background, and more.
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AIIMS Toppers 2018 Profile
Name - Eliza Bansal
Rank - AIR 1
Percentile - 100 percentile in Biology, 99.94 in Chemistry, 100 in Physics and 97.87 in General Knowledge
State - Punjab
School - Dr Devraj DAV Public School
Family Background - Her father is an Economics lecturer in a government school, whereas her mother is a librarian in a private college. Her elder brother is a student of IIT Delhi.
Future Plans - She wants to become a cardiologist.
Name - Ramneek Kaur Mahal
Rank - AIR 2
State - Punjab
Schooling - Rose Mary Convent School
Secured AIR 10 in NEET 2018 and AIR 7 in JIPMER MBBS
Bagged the first position in Class 12 in her district with 97.6 percent marks
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Name - Mehak Arora
Rank - AIR 3
State - Haryana
Family Background - Her mother is a Chartered Accountant.
Secured 92.6 per cent in the CBSE class 12 exam
Bagged AIR 14 in JIPMER and AIR 31 in NEET
Preparation Strategy- Seven hours of dedicated self-study every day.
Name - Manraj Singh Sra
Rank - AIR 4
School - PML SD Public School, Chandigarh
Preparation Strategy - He studied under the guidance of individual personal tutors for all the subjects separately. He solved online mock tests that included ten years’ IIT test papers as well. He studied for eight hours every day in the last one year. His strongest subject was Biology and weakest was Chemistry.
Name - Amitabh Pankaj Chauhan
Rank - AIR 5
State - Gujarat
School - St Ann’s School, Bhopal
Academic Achievements - Secured AIR 34 in NEET
Family Background - His mother is a professor at RJ Tibrewal Commerce College in Ahmedabad while his father is a doctor at Dr. Jivraj Mehta Hospital.
Preparation Strategy - He abstained from using his smartphone and used to spend 12 hours in self-studies every day.
Name - Abdur Rehman Asrarul Haque
Rank - AIR 6
State - Uttar Pradesh
School - New Sainik Senior Secondary Public School, Delhi
Preparation Strategy - He prepared majorly from NCERT books along with study material from coaching class. He used to discuss important topics with his friends and that helped him a lot in clearing his doubts. He gives the credit for this success to his father, sister and friends.
Name - Sangeet Rathi
Rank - AIR 7
Academic Achievement - Bagged AIR 22 in NEET 2018
Preparation Strategy - I worked more on my weak areas and revised lessons repeatedly. I used to study for 12 hours a day.
Future Plan - He wants to become a neurosurgeon.
Name - Amulya Gupta
Rank- AIR 8
State - Delhi
Family Background - His father is a Chartered Accountant, while his mother is a homemaker. His younger sister is studying in class 12.
Academic Achievement - Secured 95.6 per cent marks in class 12
Preparation Strategy - He used to study for ten hours every day.
Future Plan - He wants to become a doctor in oncology.
Name - Somal Agarwal
Rank - AIR 9
State - Rajasthan
School - Maa Bharati Senior Secondary School, Kota
Preparation Strategy - He took coaching classes as well as did self-studies. He solved last ten years’ papers of IIT along with online mock tests. He avoided social gatherings during the preparation phase in order to avoid any kind of distraction. His strongest subject was Biology and the weakest was Physics.
Name - Eishvauk Aggarwal
Rank - AIR 10
Preparation Strategy - She created a balance between studies and all other activities during the preparation phase. She also deactivated her accounts on social media but used to watch YouTube videos to relax herself.
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Shubham, now all AIIMS seats will be filled through All India Quota only. You haven't mentioned your Category but if you look at previous years cut offs for AIIMS MBBS, they were as follows:
General Category: 98.83
Now AIIMS always released the score in the form of percentages and NEET results are declared in the form of marks. And AIIMS was conducted for 200 marks and NEET was conducted for 720 marks. And having said all these, cut offs depend on various factors such as no.of Candidates appearing for the exam, no.of Candidates qualified, top NEET score and difficulty of the exam. So irrespective of your Category, your NEET score should be atleast 650 and above.
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Problems in General Physics by IE Irodov
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