AIPGMEE 2014 Day 7 Exam Analysis
Apratim Chatterjee, 19 Jan 2015, #NEET PG

National Board of Examinations, Delhi conducted the AIPGMEE 2014 exam between November 25, 2013 and December 6, 2013. This year, nearly 80,000 candidates across India are taking the AIPGMEE 2014 exam for admissions to MD/MS/PG Diploma Courses.

The difficulty level of the exam was homogeneity of easy and tough questions. This time too, the paper didn’t throw any surprises.

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Candidates Seen Relieved After Taking AIPGMEE 2014 Day 7 Exam

The candidates were seen with a relieved mood after taking the AIPGMEE 2014 Day 7 exam. AIPGMEE 2014 Day 7 exam came with 30% repeated questions either directly or indirectly. Here some of the repeated questions were asked in the same manner as they were asked earlier while the others were asked in some newer form. While some of the questions were one liners, others were pictorial, database questions and some of them were tricky too.

About 20 questions were related to cases, 10-12 were asked on Pathology, 7-10 on pictorial diagnosis, etc. While 2-3 questions came from the information provided in Medical Journals; some of the other questions were those related to the advanced technology and modern medicine.

Homogeneity of Difficult and Easy Questions

The difficulty level of the exam as accounted by most of the students was both; easy and difficult questions. However one of the AIPGMEE 2014 aspirants said, “The questions that were in new pattern and were never repeated in any manner were regarded as the difficult ones. Earlier as the exam questions asked were somewhat easy but under NBE, the standard of exam was high as compared to the previous years’.”

The majority of the aspirants said that the National Board of Examinations (NBE) has increased the difficulty level of the exam than that conducted by DNB. They noted that if a student comes prepared with his/her basics clear, he/she could be able to score well.


The Pre-Clinical and Para-Clinical sections comprised of more questions than that of Clinical section. Broadly noting; Microbiology and Pathology portions had most of the questions; pictorial, databases, one-liners, etc; while other questions were from Anatomy, Physiology, Bio-Chemistry, etc portions. Whereas the Clinical section had most of the questions set up in the traditional manner.

Time Management - An Important Factor for AIPGMEE 2014 Exam

What most important was during the AIPGMEE 2014 Day 7 Exam was time management! Though most of the questions were one-liners but still the three hours time was short as the AIPGMEE 2014 aspirants could not revise the answers. However, the students taking AIPGMEE 2014, a computer based test (CBT) could recheck their answers by going back to the previous questions. But with 300 questions and 3 hours in hand, it was almost a difficult task to revise; one could only answer the questions as many as he/she can. There was no negative marking which helped the aspirants to respond to some of the unknown questions too. Conversely, the AIPGMEE aspirants agreed to the point that if you don’t know the questions, you can’t do any guess work, so when you are responding to the unknown questions, you are just trying your luck!

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Also Read:

AIPGMEE 2014 Day 3 Exam Analysis

AIPGMEE 2014 Day 2 Exam Analysis

AIPGMEE 2014 Practice Exam Notification


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