With All India Pre-Medical Entrance Test (AIPMT) 2014 scheduled for May 4, you must be in your last lap of preparation towards fetching admission opportunities to top medical colleges across India.
But how much of the AIPMT score is enough to get you a seat for your dream career? What could be your minimum rank for securing a seat through AIPMT? We bring you here expected cut-off for AIPMT 2014 on the basis of last year’s admission cutoff and ranking at different medical colleges which have as much as 15 per cent of their seats reserved for All India Entrance Quota.
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AIPMT 2014 scores will be the basis for admission to 15% of undergraduate Medical and Dental course seats in Government Medical and Dental Colleges across India. This national level undergraduate medical entrance exam is conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Last year, the all India entrance for medical was conducted in the name of NEET 2013. The Medical Entrance Test has been renamed AIPMT this year.
AIPMT 2015 Cut off
AIPMT 2015 Expected Cut off
AIPMT 2015 Answer Key
As per the Medical Council of India information, there are around 381 MBBS Colleges in India. The total number of MBBS seats in these medical colleges are 5 0,078. In addition to this, the Union Cabinet has approved increasing of 15,000 MBBS seats at recognised government medical colleges across the country last year, increasing admission chances for AIPMT 2014 aspirants in different medical colleges of India.
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NEET 2013 Cut off for 15% Quota:
In NEET 2013, the cut off marks for general category candidates was 470. Candidates who had scored, 470 or above they could get admission opportunity under 15% quota in Government Medical Collegeacross India. Below is the chart on the Category wise cut off for 15% quota in Government Medical College:
NEET 2013 Cutoff - Category Wise:
NEET 2013 which was held last year as all India Entrance Test for admission to 15 per cent quota in government Medical colleges and also various medical institutes accepting NEET 2013 scores from different states. Candidates from general category who scored 98 or above were qualified for admission through NEET at different medical colleges. For different categories, the minimum qualifying marks varied from 81 for ST-PH to 98 for unreserved Category. In NEET 2013, overall 157214 unreserved category candidates had qualified.
Below is the chart on the qualifying range for different category for NEET 2013:
NEET 2013 Lowest Marks- Category Wise
NEET 2013 Highest Marks- Category Wise
Based on the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) official data, the total number of candidates who registered for NEET 2013 entrance test was 717127. Out of which 658040 candidates had appeared in the test but only 366317 candidates could qualify for admissions.
Category Wise Candidates Appeared in NEET 2013
Cut-off 2013 for some of the top Medical colleges:
Here we bring you cutoff marks for some of the top medical colleges of India based on students’ preference for admission though NEET 2013 counseling.
NEET 2013 Cut off marks for the some of the well known Medical Colleges is given below:
Medical College Name
Number of MBBS Seats
Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi
Vardhman Mahavir Medical College (VMMC) - Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi
University College of Medical Sciences (UCMS) Delhi
Medical College, Kolkata
Lady Hardinge Medical College, Delhi
Some of the other Top Medical MBBS College of India - Opening Rank and Closing Rank Based on NEET 2013
Other Top Medical MBBS College of India
Madras Medical College, Chennai
Institute Of Medical Sciences (IMS), Banaras Hindu University (BHU)
Grant Medical College And & SIR J.J.HOSPITAL, Mumbai
Assam Medical College, Dibrugarh
Government Medical College, Chandigarh
Likewise NEET 2013, duration of AIPMT 2014 Exam will be of 3 hours duration. AIPMT 2014 Exam question paper will have 180 Multiple Choice Questions. There will be 45 questions from each section of Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany and Zoology). While each correct answer will carry 4 marks, 1 mark will be deducted for a wrong answer.
The result of AIPMT 2014 will be declared on or before June 7, 2014. On the basis of AIPMT 2014 result, CBSE will prepare merit list of the eligible and successful candidates. Accordingly, candidates will be called in AIPMT 2014 counselling for admission to the 15 % of total seats in the Government Medical/Dental Colleges of India excluding Andhra Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir.
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Hello dear aspirant
As you are interested in IMS BHU let me tell you that it is one of the best medical College of India. In order to get admission in it being a general category candidate you have to study hard and score above 650. In 2018 cutoff marks are around 600 but increased to 650 in 2019.
To achieve this score you have to study hard solve previous year question papers and join some test serieses.
Hope you get it.
Anwesha, you have 5 months left at your disposal to complete the rest 70% of the syllabus. 12 hours a day for 5 months is approximately 1835 hours of preparation. With this dedication, I would seriously doubt why you cant get a seat. Of course, you can. Depending upon your Category, you should set a pre-defined target. If you belong to Reserved Categories, 550 will be a good score. But if you belong to General Category or OBC-A/B, you should aim for nothing less than 600. Now, with those many hours at your disposal, you need a perfect plan to study and put your dedication and resources to optimum utilisation. Concentrate on Biology as this has the scope of letting you secure half of your NEET marks. Biology is the biggest section in NEET, comprising about half of the exam with 360 marks, and acing this subject can help you in scoring more in the exam. Human Physiology and Genetics have maximum weightage in NEET. It is advisable to practise questions of Genetics from previous year question papers, which will give you a thorough understanding of how the questions are being asked. Topics of Plant and Animal kingdom have a lot of portion to memorize. You can prepare these topics by making a comparative table for the sub-topics and studying it together. Plant physiology is also equally important and easy to score. For more tips, please visit our page at:
. Next focus should be on Chemistry. Chemistry is divided into Inorganic, Physical and Organic chemistry. For inorganic chemistry, you must refer to the NCERT. Organic comprises of many reactions and reagents which can be practised by writing over and over again. Physical chemistry requires a comparatively deeper understanding of concepts, so preparing with the NCERT and referring to study material a level higher than NCERT should be the way to go. For more information, please visit our page at:
. Last but not the least, Physics needs utmost focus and time because it involves with theoretical concepts and numbers. There should be a systematic approach in preparing for NEET. The important topics are Mechanics, ElectroDynamics, Modern Physics, Heat and Thermodynamics, Optics, Simple Harmonic Motion, Waves. Formulae form an integral part of your preparation. Memorise as many formulae as you can and write them down and stick them as post its so that you can always see them. Practise regularly and try various kinds of questions. Solving previous papers and mock tests to test your improvement. Keep a clock and check the time its taking you to solve these questions. And improve the time as you practise more. One day of the week should be set aside for revision so as to keep the mind fresh. For reading what the toppers and experts have to say, please visit our page at:
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