AIPMT 2014 Exam Tips
Apratim Chatterjee, 06 Aug 2014, #NEET
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AIPMT 2014 Exam Tips
- AIPMT 2014 aspirants! You need not to take the exam pressure now. Just cool off your exam paper by the AIPMT 2014 exam tips. When we are just less than 5 months away from AIPMT 2014, you need to just have the confidence and believe in your hard work. Rest all will be good.

 

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We will be sharing the AIPMT 2014 Exam Tips with you so that you feel somewhat relaxed and plan accordingly for the AIPMT 2014 which is scheduled to be held on May 4, 2014.

NEET or AIPMT

This year CBSE shall be conducting AIPMT 2014. Previously it was NEET. The differences are seen in the functionality but structurally it is the same. Elaborately, the students interested in other exams till last year need to fill in various form but since it’s AIPMT 2014 therefore need to fill in the various forms excluding the 10 states and other four universities/institutions which will be taking the AIPMT 2014 scores for admissions in the MBBS/BDS courses. Otherwise yet this year the exam shall be of one single paper comprising 180 objective type questions. Every section namely Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology  shall have 45 questions each. This year too, the AIPMT 2014 Exam shall be following the system of negative marking in which every incorrect response will deduct one mark while every correct response shall be awarded 4 marks. For more information on AIPMT 2014 Exam Pattern, click here.

Key Playing Areas

Shailendra Maheshwari, Director, Career Point quoted, “Students should be aware about their weak and strong areas by this time and start focusing on those weak areas where weight-age of marks are more.” Every AIPMT 2014 Exam aspirant shall strategically prepare for the AIPMT 2014 to avoid the eleventh hour heat.

An AIPMT 2014 aspirant should mark up the short notes in his/her own handwriting. Something written in one’s own handwriting is easily memorized. Moreover you need to mug up the theories from text books but take the help of the class notes.

Every subject is important and almost every topic should be taken into account. Never try to ignore the topics which you feel tough. Discuss it with teachers and also among your friends circle, may it be helpful to understand and learn via the discussions.

Siddharth Jain, 2009 AIPMT topper recalling his days of preparation said, “I would wake up in the morning and study Biology, and when I got bored I would solve Chemistry and Physics numericals.”

Choosing the right book

Every aspirant must have this query in his/her mind, “Which book should I follow?” AIPMT 2014 Exam aspirants don’t run after different books. You ought to have the NCERT books and any of the reference books as per your convenience for taking help. Convenience means the one which you feel easy to understand. But when you are less than 5 months for your AIPMT 2014, don’t switch over to the different books, but try to focus on what you have got. The classroom notes surely will help you a lot.

Quoting Mr. Maheshwari’s lines, “NCERT books are undoubtedly good but obviously not sufficient for preparation. One needs concise, relevant and scientifically designed courseware. NCERT also published “Examplar” for preparation which is highly recommended. Old test papers should be taken for more and more practice.” we would like to suggest you to practice the previous 2-3 years’ question papers to get through the questions. Now you not only need to solve the questions but keep a time track too.

Time Management- An important tool

Indeed you need to keep the track of time while taking these last years’ questions. It will help you beating the exam time blues, which usually occurs with a candidate taking exams. But if you are able to manage the time and keep at least 30 minutes of the total exam time in your hands for revision purpose; no need to fear. Practicing more and more with the same set of questions will surely help you building your confidence more and more. Put off your last minute exam blues with this tool!

Some worthy points

  • You need to go through the syllabus if you haven’t done it yet.

  • Don’t let your mind confuse with all books in your hands at one go. Follow the NCERT and refer it with the book of your choice, if some confusion arises with concepts.

  • Otherwise simpler, try to go through the classroom notes you have written in your own handwriting.

  • You need to have a subject wise study pattern. Avoid applying the same technique and strategy to each and every subject.

  • Since you are in 12th don’t forget the 11th; the 11th syllabus too is important and questions will be asked from it.

  • Avoiding any topic may lead you to trap so please ignore avoiding topics. The one you are having difficulty and feeling tough, discuss it with your teachers, guides and your academic circle. It will help you in understanding the concept.

  • When you feel like getting bored with any subject or you have given more time to it, switch over to the one you like. Give equal time to every subject. Don’t ignore any portion only because you don’t like it. Try to master the portion and every section will be in your hand.

The year wise-analysis of AIPMT: Here we have tried to provide you with the year wise analysis of AIPMT exam papers and questions.

 

All the best AIPMT 2014 aspirants! Don’t panic, you have 5 more months to go. Believe in the hard work you have been doing all these days and keep it up till you hit the bull’s eye.

We will be helping you further in the AIPMT 2014 Exam preparation. Subsequently we’ll come up with more AIPMT 2014 Exam tips. Careers360 is always with the hard working AIPMT 2014 aspirants.

AIPMT Exam Helpline: 011-40360360

 

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