AIIMS MBBS 2019 Student Reactions
AIIMS MBBS 2019 Student Reactions – With an aspiration to pursue a career in medicine, nearly 3 lakh candidates are appearing for AIIMS MBBS 2019 this year. The second session of AIIMS 2019 exam is being conducted on May 26 in morning and evening shifts. The first session has been conducted on May 25. Since the morning session of second day has been conducted on May 26, Careers360 provides the exclusive pre and post exam student reactions of AIIMS MBBS 2019 to help the other medical students to know more about the strategies to take the exam, number of questions, difficulty level, section-wise difficulty level and more. The exam is being conducted in four shifts across two consecutive days on May 25 and 26, 2019. Candidates have been allotted shifts in a random manner.
AIIMS MBBS 2019 is being conducted for admission to 1207 MBBS seats across 15 AIIMS institutions, including six new AIIMS established at Kalyani, Raebareli, Gorakhpur, Bathinda, Deogarh and Bibinagar. On both days, i.e. May 25 and 26, 2019, the AIIMS MBBS 2019 entrance exam will be conducted in two shifts, in the morning from 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM, and in the evening from 3:00 PM to 6:30 PM. It is an online mode examination and will comprise five sections, with 60 questions asked from Physics, Chemistry, Biology each, and 10 questions each coming from General Knowledge and Aptitude & Logical Thinking. The student reactions of AIIMS MBBS 2019 will help candidates appearing for AIIMS MBBS to know the exam analysis and elements asked in the exam from test-takers perspective.
AIIMS MBBS 2019 Student Reactions (Post exam) - Morning shift
Varsha who has appeared for the first time, said that the AIIMS exam was average. Talking about the sections, she found Biology as easy, while Physics was tough. Chemistry was moderate. She has also appeared in NEET, and in comparison, she thinks AIIMS MBBS was more difficult.
After her first attempt in AIIMS, Varnika also thinks that exam was easy to moderate and as per the subject-wise difficulty level, Biology was comparatively easier than Physics and Chemistry. Physics was the toughest one, while Chemistry was moderate. Appeared in NEET 2019, she found it more easier than AIIMS, in terms of difficulty level. In comparison to the subjects, Physics in AIIMS MBBS 2019 was more trickier than NEET.
Kumud also appeared for medical entrance exam for admission to AIIMS institutes. In her first attempt, she found AIIMS MBBS exam as an average one. Likewise other aspirants, in AIIMS MBBS subject-wise analysis, she found Biology as easy, Physics as tough and Chemistry as moderate. Appeared in NEET, she thinks AIIMS MBBS as the easier one.
In his first attempt, Aakash was satisfied with his performance in AIIMS MBBS. Physics, being his strength, he found it as a difficult one, while Biology and Chemistry was moderate for him. For him, since AIIMS MBBS has always been a tough exam,
AIIMS MBBS 2019 Exam Centre Quick Updates - May 26 (Evening Shift)
- The entry for the evening session has started at 1:30 PM. No candidate is allowed to enter the exam hall after 2:45 PM
Only AIIMS MBBS 2019 Admit Card, a valid ID proof and a coloured passport size photograph is allowed inside the exam hall.
No candidates are allowed to carry a pen, pencil, paper, wrist watch, mobile phone, calculator, book, bag, jewellery, headset, etc. in the exam hall.
Candidates not carrying original photo ID cards were detained and not allowed to enter the AIIMS MBBS exam premises.
The guards at the exam are checking the admit cards and the remaining frisking is being done inside the centre.
A band is being tied on the wrist of the candidate only after the completion of frisking process.
After 1:50 PM, students are still coming.
The result of AIIMS MBBS 2019 will be declared on June 12, 2019. Since AIIMS MBBS 2019 is a computer-based examination, no answer key or question paper of AIIMS MBBS 2019 will be released. The AIIMS MBBS 2019 counselling for admission will be held in online mode and the schedule for the same will be released after the declaration of result.
AIIMS MBBS student reaction - Previous year
As per the previous year's student reaction, candidates found Physics to be lengthy and time-consuming, Chemistry moderate and Biology the easiest. Given that it is considered the toughest of all three medical entrances, AIIMS MBBS test-takers in the previous year gave a mixed response. While some were confident of cracking the exam, some students were apprehensive about their chances. Majority of candidates were appearing for the first time, though there were some appearing for the second time and seeking to improve their scores. Candidates can watch the pre and post analysis of the exam from the AIIMS MBBS exam centres captured last year which contains pictorial sequence from exam centres, and textual and video-graphed reactions of candidates right before and after the exam.
Watch AIIMS MBBS 2018 Student Reaction Video - Pre Exam (Session 1)
Watch AIIMS MBBS 2018 Student Reaction Video - Post Exam (Session 1)
Watch AIIMS MBBS 2018 Student Reaction Video - Post Exam (Session 2)
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AIIMS MBBS Student Reactions - Pre Exam (2018)
To realise the dream of being enrolled in the most prestigious medical institute, candidates appear for the entrance exam every year. Candidates appearing for AIIMS MBBS 2019 can gain insights on the difficulty level of the paper, most topics asked and many such other important details through the previous year's student reaction. Last year, the AIIMS was conducted on May 26 and 27, in two shifts. Candidates can check the shift-wise student reaction given below.
May 26, 2018 - Morning Shift (9:00 AM to 12:30 PM)
Komal: This is my second attempt at AIIMS MBBS entrance and I am expecting to score between 110-130. Overall the paper was moderate. For a student well-versed in NCERT, he/she would have found Biology easy to deal with. More questions in Biology were dominant by Zoology compared to Botany. The questions in Chemistry ranged from moderate to difficult. More questions were asked from Coordinate Chemistry. Physics was lengthy as expected. The portion from General Awareness and Logical Reasoning was easily manageable, except for some mathematics questions from Profit & Loss.
Suraj: I found the paper to be easy. All the questions were of NCERT level. There were no technical glitches that we faced and I personally liked my exam centre. I attempted about 160 questions in the paper. I am expecting a good rank and hoping to get admission in one of the AIIMS.
Poonam: My exam didn't go very well. I did self-study for AIIMS MBBS and NEET both. For me, NEET went better than AIIMS MBBS. I found Physics to be the toughest of all the subjects.
Mustahab: I found Biology and Chemistry to be of moderate level and Physics very lengthy in the paper. Most of the questions in Physics were asked from Thermo-dynamics. Overall I would rate the exam to be of moderate level.
Nasleen: It was my first attempt at AIIMS MBBS. I found the exam to be easy. For me, questions from General Awareness section can prove more scoring as I found them the easiest. Physics was as usual lengthy. I am hoping to fetch 150 marks of 200.
Arnab: I am from UP Board. It was my second attempt at AIIMS MBBS entrance. My NEET exam went better than AIIMS MBBS. Most of my time went into solving questions from Physics as this section was very lengthy.
May 26, 2018 - Evening Shift (3:00 PM to 6:30 PM)
Priya Sharma: This is my first attempt at AIIMS MBBS. I also appeared for NEET. Undoubtedly, NEET was much easier than AIIMS MBBS. However, overall I found the exam to be of moderate to difficult level. More questions in Chemistry were asked from Organic. In Physics, I found the questions from semi-conductor to be confusing. For me, Biology was predominant with Botany. I am expecting a score of above 150.
Surpiya: It was my first attempt at AIIMS MBBS, and second attempt at NEET this year. I think, for a well-prepared student, the exam was in moderate to the easy range. In Physics, I found questions from current electricity quite tricky since I have always found it tough. In Chemistry, I think being well-versed with Organic is a must. In Biology, the most portion was dominant with Botany, instead of Zoology. I found General Awareness and Logical Reasoning to be easy. For instance, one of the questions asked was, 'Who is the Chief Justice of India?'. So, anybody in sync with day to day happenings could have done well in the section. I personally have attempted about 138 questions in total.
Sakshi: I am from Delhi, CBSE Board. It was my first attempt. I found Physics to be very tough in AIIMS MBBS. A lot of numerical based questions were asked and Reason-Assertion based questions were also confusing for me. My sections of Chemistry and Biology went alright, and they might turn out to be scoring for me.
Jayantiraj: It was my second attempt at AIIMS MBBS and I took coaching from ALLEN. I found the Reason-Assertion section of Physics to be tough, while all other subjects were easy. I am expecting a score of approximately 120 marks. If offered, I would like to choose AIIMS Rishikesh to study MBBS.
Sokhya: I am from Patna. It was my first attempt. I found overall exam to be moderate. I think If I would have studied a little harder, I could have got lot better score. I found Reason-Assertion section from Chemistry and Biology to be easy, while that of Physics was freaky (if I may say that).
Dipika Sangwan: It was my first attempt and my exam went well. Overall I found Biology to be the easiest. Of 200 questions, I have attempted about 185 questions. In GK, more of general awareness questions were asked instead of current affairs. There were no technical glitches that I faced. I made sure to reach the exam centre well before the last entry-time to avoid any last minute hassles. I am expecting positive out of my exam.
AIIMS MBBS Student Reactions - Pre Exam (2018)
May 26, 2018 - Morning Shift (9:00 AM to 12:30 PM)
Nahida Hussain: I have completed Class 12 from CBSE Board. This is my first attempt at AIIMS MBBS exam. I am not appearing for any other medical entrance beside AIIMS MBBS. Biology is my area of strength.
Manaswini Nayak: I took coaching from Aakash Institute, Delhi. I am appearing for AIIMS MBBS entrance for the first time. I have also appeared for NEET. I am hoping to bank upon Biology for most marks.
Sonali Lamba: I am from CBSE board. Although I haven’t taken any coaching and have self-prepared, I am confident of cracking AIIMS MBBS. Biology is my strongest area, followed by Chemistry and Physics.
Aditi Srivastava: I am from CBSE board and have taken coaching from Aakash Institute. This is my second attempt at AIIMS MBBS entrance exam. I also appeared for NEET and this was my second attempt on NEET as well. I am appearing to improve my scores and get admission in a government medical college.
Akash Saxena: I am from UP Board and Biology is my strongest area. I also appeared for NEET. If I get sufficient score, AIIMS New Delhi and AIIMS Raipur are going to be my prime choices. I have taken coaching from Aakash Institute for one year.
Ayesha: I am from CBSE board and have prepared from the syllabus of NCERT only. This is my first attempt at AIIMS and I am aiming to score the most in Biology.
Thotreimung K: I am from Manipur. This is my second attempt at AIIMS MBBS exam. Getting admission in AIIMS is my dream. I also appeared for NEET. I took year-long coaching from Aakash Institute.
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