AIPMT 2014 Topper Interview: How Lovedeep Singh Dhingra scored 680 out of 720?
AIPMT 2014 Topper Lovedeep Singh Dhingra secured 680 out of total 720 marks in AIPMT 2014 Exam. The Jalandhar boy scored perfect 180 marks in Physics and fetched an overall score of 680 to be ranked second in AIPMT 2014.
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In this Interview with Careers360, Lovedeep says his focus was on getting a good rank in AIPMT 2014, but bagging the second rank was beyond his expectation. Despite being a student with extraordinary intelligence, he has a passion for doing magic tricks with family and friends. His parents, both of whom are doctors, were very helpful during the last stages of preparation.
Here, Lovedeep talks about his AIPMT preparation strategy, future dreams and his love for movies.
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Below are the edited excerpts:
Careers360: Congratulations Lovedeep for scoring 680 in AIPMT 2014!
Lovedeep: Thanks a lot for your wishes.
Careers360: What is your overall and subject-wise score in AIPMT 2014?
Lovedeep: My overall score in AIPMT 2014 is 680. I got 100% marks in Physics, i.e. 180 out of 180. In Chemistry, I scored 170 out of 180 and 330 in Biology out of 360.
Careers360: How did you prepare for AIPMT 2014? Which books did refer to?
Lovedeep: I just followed my coaching experts’ advice. I found NCERT books to be very helpful, especially Biology and Chemistry. Most of the Biology section was from NCERT book. Around 95% Biology section in AIPMT exam will come from NCERT books only. For Physics, I focused on strengthening my concepts. I studied from the notes given in coaching classes.
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Careers360: How much time did you devote to your studies during AIPMT 2014 preparation?
Lovedeep: I did not study for prolonged hours. I just focused on completing my target syllabus, which I decided for myself when I sat for studying. I never decided how many hours I would devote, but I used to decide what all topics I will be covering in one sitting. I am not a bookworm at all.
Careers360: Besides studies, what do you do? What do you do in your leisure time?
Lovedeep: Showing magic tricks to my friends and family is a great source of recreation for me. I have very keen interest in learning unique magic tricks from television and books. Earlier, I was a bit active on Facebook, but left that completely during the preparation time.
Careers360: Which is your favorite movie? Which movie did you watch last?
Lovedeep: There is not any particular movie that I like the most. I watch English, Hindi and Punjabi movies. The last movie I watched was Die Hard, and that too thrice!
Careers360: What about your family? How did they help you?
Lovedeep: My mother and father are doctors. They inspired and stood by me throughout my preparation time. There was no pressure from their side at all. Thankfully, both my parents were supportive and showed a lot of confidence in me.
Careers360: What is your message to the AIPMT aspirants?
Lovedeep: I would like to suggest that they should experiment. For instance, if you feel like studying at midnight, then do it. Study whenever you want to. Solving sample papers and mock test papers will help you a lot in giving the idea about the actual paper.
Careers360: Now you have cracked AIPMT 2014, which Medical College would you like to opt for?
Lovedeep: My first preference is All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). Maulana Azad Medical College is the next on my list. I am hoping for the best!
Careers360: All the best for your AIPMT 2014 dream Medical College!
Lovedeep: Thanks a lot!
The Results for AIPMT 2014 were declared on June 7, 2014 with over 13,000 candidates from general category qualifying for the counselling process for admission to 15 % All India Quota seats in government medical colleges.
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The registration for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET 2019) has closed on December 7, 2018, with a growth of 14.4% of registrations from the NEET 2018. Record 15.19 Lakh registrations were made for NEET 2019 and the reason being that NEET has been made compulsory for studying MBBS or BDS in abroad also. It was found that registration of female candidates for NEET 2019 was 1.5 Lakh more than boys. The applications of OBC candidates are highest among all categories and are 1.42 lakh more than the general category students.
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Passed or appearing 10+2 from a recognized board with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English as core subjects, those having Biology as an additional are also eligible to apply.
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But in general as per past year trends , you should try to get at least around 550 to 600 marks to be on the safer side in your neet examination if you want to get a mbbs seat in government medical college
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And you have not mentioned your aggregate in PCB i.e physics chemistry and Biology .
Neet eligibility criteria says that,
to be eligible you must have passed your 12th with English and PCB (pass in both the theory and practical ) with at least 50 % in aggregate of PCB ( in theory +practical) in 12th examination if you belong to general category or at least 40% in aggregate of PCB if belongs to Obc/ Sc /st .
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