All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) 2015 has been conducted by CBSE on Sunday, May 3, 2015. The test has been taken by approximately 6,00,000 candidates across India. According to the overall students and experts, the difficulty level of the test has been moderate. In this article by Careers360, we bring to you the expert analysis by Aakash Educational Services.
Aakash Chaudhry, Director, Aakash Educational Services shares the detailed subject wise analysis of AIPMT 2015.
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Analysis of Botany portion
Analysis of Zoology portion
In Biology, the difficulty level was little on the higher side compared to last year. The number of questions picked up straight from the NCERT books was less. Most of the questions involved more brain storming (e.g. Viviparity of Trichinella; Transmission tissue; ‘Silent Spring’ book).
It must have been difficult for the students who have referred to NCERT books alone or not guided by subject experts and not practiced a variety of questions along with applied concepts in the subject. The questions have been taken from all the topics i.e. can be said a balanced paper.
If the student has not read XI part better, it must have been very problematic to attempt the paper as more than 50% questions were from class XI.
Analysis of Physics Portion
Topic wise Distribution
Distribution of Questions between Class XI & XII
The Physics paper in AIPMT 2015 was difficult. The level this year was difficult than the previous year. 44.4% (20Q) questions are from 12th class and 55.6% (25Q) questions from 11th class. Questions asked from 12th class are generally difficult than 11th class. 38% (17Q) are difficult, 38% (17Q) are medium and 24% (11%) are easy.
The questions are mostly formula based and lengthy calculations.
NCERT can cover only the easy questions. But other supplementary books are needed for attempting medium & difficult questions.
Analysis of Chemistry
The level of questions asked in Chemistry was standard. For qualifying the AIPMT, it seems that only NCERT books are not enough. Students should follow standard books beyond NCERT as about 23% of the Chemistry questions are beyond NCERT books and are difficult.
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