AIIMS MBBS 2014 Topper Arvind Subramanian secures AIR 4
Arvind Subramanian secured All India Rank 4 in AIIMS 2014 entrance examination and also obtained decent AIR in several other medical competitive examinations including JIPMER, KEAM, and AIPMT. Arvind primarily aimed JIPMER 2014 and cracked it with AIR 17. Though other medical entrance exams were secondary in his list, his AIR 4 in AIIMS reflects his full-proof preparation strategy for different Medical entrance exams.
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In this interview with Careers360, Arvind says he began preparing for medical exams right after his Class X board results. He says that his preparation strategy was to work hard and have clarityon basic concepts of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology subjects.
A reliable goalkeeper for his school football team in Class X, Arvind shares the rationale behind his emotional equation and reasons for preferring JIPMER over AIIMS to pursue his MBBS dream. The topper also talks on his fondness on reading science fiction novels and his aspiration to become neurologist.
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Careers360: Congratulations for remarkable performance in AIIMS MBBS 2014 and in other medical competitive examination.
Arvind Subramanian: Thank you. I am very happy with results as I have managed to secure decent rank in other medical competitive examinations including JIPMER, KEAM, and AIPMT. I am eagerly waiting to embark on my journey to pursue the MBBS course.
Careers360: What is your rank in other medical exams this year? Did you target any specific exam to excel among others exams?
Arvind Subramanian: I secured AIR 6, 17, 32 in KEAM, JIPMER, and AIPMT respectively. Yes, I put extra effort to crack Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research entrance examination. My mind was preoccupied with a desire to achieve good rank in JIPMER this year. There was an emotional equation for the mentioned inclination. My elder brother is pursuing MBBS from JIPMER and I always aspired to join him.
I am very fortunate that my hard work has paid off and I will soon enroll with JIPMER located in Pondicherry.
Careers360: Please share your exam preparation strategy. How did you divide your preparation schedule among the three subjects?
Arvind Subramanian: Preparation strategy was to work hard and have clarityon basic concepts of Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects. I started preparing the various medical competitive examinations simultaneously with my intermediate examinations.
During my Intermediate first year, I invested a lot of time to strengthen zoology and botany subjects because these two subjects have vast theory part. Thus, Biology section demanded exam preparation to be started at early.
Then, as I entered Intermediate last year, I also focused on physics. I made a point to attempt and solve at least 20 numerical a day within a set deadline to boost question-solving speed. This really helped me solve questions in time efficient manner during several entrance examinations.
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Careers360: What was preparation strategy a month before AIIMS 2014 exam?
Arvind Subramanian: A month before the AIIMS 2014 exam, I was busy in revising notes and solving previous years sample papers after 10-15 days. Revision exercise allowed me to analyze my weak area and brought good improvement in my exam preparation.
I also used to take 4-5 mock tests a week, which helped me to improve my question solving speed. And a day before the exam I indulged in activities like listening to music and playing video games to bust exam restlessness.
Careers360: It was a quite hectic schedule for you. Could you find time for outdoor activities?
Arvind Subramanian: I agree it used to be hectic days for me. To break the monotony of regular study schedule, at times I used to play football and basket ball matches with my friends. I was goalkeeper of my school football team in class X, which I passed out from Alphonsa Senior Secondary School, located in Calicut, Kerala. Playing matches refreshes my mind and increases my ability to focus.
Careers360: Which subject was the easiest and which was the toughest?
Arvind Subramanian: Chemistry was the easiest section for me. Physics was the toughest as the questions were time consuming in nature.
Careers360: Reasons to pursue MBBS? And your career plan after pursuing the course?
Arvind Subramanian: I have already mentioned, my elder brother Abhinand Subramanian, an MBBS student at JIPMER, was my role model. My brother scored AIR 5 in AIPMT in the year 2011. He inspired me to enter this noble profession.
I aspire to become neurologist.
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Careers360: Are you fond of movies?
Arvind Subramanian: I am not a big movie buff. Instead I prefer playing video games.But, recently just to accompany my friend I watched Malayalam movie titled “Banglore Days”, written and directed by Anjali Menon. For friends I am always ready to embrace such plans to spend quality time with them.
Careers360: Apart from studies, what falls in your interest zone?
Arvind Subramanian: I love reading science fiction novels. I have read “Prey”, a techno thriller novel by Michael Crichton, and “Inheritance” by Christopher Paolini. I also like collecting stamps of different countries.
Careers360: At which medical college you are planning to seek admission?
Arvind Subramanian: Undoubtedly, my only choice is JIPMER,Pondicherry. Yes, same emotional equation. I want to follow the footsteps of my elder brother, who is currently pursuing MBBS from JIPMER. So, I want to seek admission at JIPMER.
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