AIPGMEE 2016 exam concluded on December 8, 2015 with majority of the candidates finding the exam to be ‘Moderate to Difficult’ with the Pre-Clinical portion being the toughest and Clinical being the easiest among the various sections.
“Pre-Clinical portion of the exam was the toughest section. Questions from Physiology and Anatomy were tough as they were twisted and analytical. While, questions from Clinical and Para- Clinical portion were not so difficult,” says, Dr. Suresh who appeared for the exam from Jamshedpur.
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While some of the students found the image based sections to be tough as they there were no direct derivations others found the image sections to be relatively easy. Dr. Imran, a Belgaum based government medical practitioner found the image based section to be easiest one. “One has to consider all the factors while deriving solution for image based questions because these types of questions check your diagnosis skill,” he says. He rated overall exam to be of moderate level with Pre – Clinical being the toughest. “I found Biochemistry, Anatomy and Physiology in Pre-Clinical portion to be the toughest among the whole paper.”
Most of the candidates who attempted AIPGMEE 2016 for the second or third times found Psychiatry and Obstetrics, Gynecology, Radiodiagnosis and Radiotherapy sections to be comparatively easier than the previous years. Dr. Nichay who attempted AIPGMEE for the second time says, “This year the exam was comparatively easier than the previous year because questions from Pre- Clinical and Clinical were easier while Pre – Clinical sections was tough and questions were of same difficulty level.”
AIPGMEE 2016 exam concluded on December 8, 2015 after 6 days testing window which began on December 2. According to experts and toppers, the national level post graduate entrance examination is one of most competitive and toughest examinations of India because of its questions which not only check theoretical or practical knowledge of MBBS but also analyses conceptual knowledge of Pre-clinical, Para-clinical and Clinical subjects.
AIPGMEE is conducted by National Board of Examinations (NBE). On an average around 75,000 candidates appear for the exam as it is the gateway for admission to approximately 5,500 seats in Master of Surgery (MS), Doctor of Medicine (MD) and Diploma programmes under 50% All India Quota.
The result will be declared on February 10, 2016 only for those candidates who will score qualifying marks in the entrance exam. As per AIPGMEE 2016 qualifying marks, candidates belonging from general category have to score 50% marks in the entrance exam. The graph given below reflects last two year passing marks of different category candidates.
A comparative analysis of last two years AIPGMEE data:
AIPGMEE Exam Highlights
Number of candidates registered for the exam
Number of candidates who actually took the exam
Number of candidates who qualified as per the qualifying criteria
Number of candidates who were qualified to participate in online counselling for All India 50% quota
Number of MD/MS/Diploma Seats
Number of Questions
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