AIPMT 2014 analysis by Career Point
Bedasree Das, 06 Aug 2014, #NEET
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AIPMT 2014 entrance exam was conducted on May 4, 2014 at different centres across the country. According to CBSE, 6, 16, 982 candidates had registered for AIPMT 2014 for 15% all India quota seats in Government Medical colleges across India excluding Andhra Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir.

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According to candidates and experts, the exam was moderate in terms of difficulty level with most candidates finding Physics to be toughest among the three sections.

Shailendra Maheshwari, Director, Career Point“It was average paper as far as difficulty level is concerned”

Shailendra Maheshwari, Director, Career Point

 

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Overall it was a balanced paper.

  • It was average paper as far as difficulty level is concerned. Physics was a bit lengthy and tougher than last year but Chemistry and Biology were easier than last year.

  • About 12 questions in Biology were based on the information which is not covered in NCERT.

  • 2 questions in Chemistry did  not have any of the correct answers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Careers360 brings you in-depth analysis of the AIPMT 2014 by Shailendra Maheshwari, Director, Career Point. Following are the edited excerpts:

 

Analysis of AIPMT 2014 question paper BY Career Point

 

Careers360: AIPMT 2014 is over now. What is your overall analysis of the paper?

Shailendra Maheshwari : The number of questions in the paper was 180 with a total of 720 marks. Each question was of 4 marks and there was negative scoring of 1mark for each wrong answer.

 

Careers360: Can you give a brief insight on the difficulty level of the exam?

Shailendra Maheshwari: Physics question paper was difficult and lengthy compared to last year. Around 15% questions were complex and 60% questions were average. Remaining questions were easy.

 

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Chemistry question paper was average and it was an easy paper compared to last year. All four options in 2 questions (1 from Organic and 1 from Inorganic) were incorrect so in these 2 questions, 4 marks should be given to all students.

 

Biology was a standard paper. Few questions had close and tricky options. An average student must have found around 10% questions difficult to attempt because information given in such questions were not provided in NCERT text books.

 

Careers360: What is the expected Cut off for AIPMT 2014 Exam?

Shailendra Maheshwari: We have not yet decided upon that. We will decide it after having interaction with more number of students.

 

ANALYSIS ON THE BASIS OF PORTION DISTRUBUTION OF CLASS XI AND CLASS XII SYLLABUS

 

Class wise distribution

OVERALL SUMMARY UNIT WISE

physics portion wise analysis

 

Chemistry wise distribution

 

Biology portion wise distribution

 

The answer key of AIPMT 2014 is available here. Candidates can download the AIPMT 2014 Answer Key here to match their response and calculate their score.

 

 

Also Read:

 

AIPMT 2014: Expected cutoff basis NEET 2013 Analysis

AIPMT 2014 Analysis by Pathshala

AIPMT 2014 Exam Analysis: Physics tough, overall difficulty level modest

AIPMT 2014 Answer Key

 

 

 

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