AIPMT 2015 analysis by Resonance
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AIPMT 2015 entrance exam was conducted on May 3, 2015 at different centres across the country. According to candidates and experts, the exam was ‘moderate to difficult’ in terms of difficulty level with most candidates finding Physics to be toughest among the three sections.

According to CBSE, over 6, 00,000 candidates had registered for AIPMT 2015 for 15% all India quota seats in Government Medical colleges across India excluding Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Jammu & Kashmir. 

Following is a brief analysis of AIPMT 2015 by Resonance:

AIPMT 2015 was conducted in one paper consisting of 45 questions each from Physics and Chemistry, and 90 questions from Biology which consists of Zoology and Botany subjects. Exam was conducted on 3rd May 2015 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.

 

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Given below is the subject wise detailed analysis of AIPMT-2015 question paper.

Expected Cutoff

AIPMT – 2015: TENTATIVE CUTOFF TABLE

CATEGORY

% RESERVATION

CUT-OFF MARKS#

% CUTOFF

Unreserved

50.5%

 426

59.21% 

OBC (NCL)

27.0%

 422

58.67% 

SC

15.0%

 287

39.88%

ST

7.5%

 280

38.93% 

TOTAL

100.0%

 

 

Maximum Marks

720

The Cut-off of AIPMT – 2015 is estimated on the basis of Previous Year Data and Toughness Analysis of AIPMT – 2015 Paper by Resonance Experts. These are not official data released by Authorities concerned.

Overall Marks Distribution

The paper pattern was same as last year with 180 questions each worth 4 marks. All questions were objective type with single correct option. If we talk about subject wise then there were 45 questions from Physics and Chemistry, and 90 questions were from Biology (Zoology and Botany combined).

SUBJECT

Class 11

Class 12

Total

Total
Ques.

Total Marks

Total
Ques.

Total Marks

Total
Ques.

Total Marks

Physics

25

100

20

80

45

180

Chemistry

21

84

24

96

45

180

Biology

49

196

41

164

90

360

Grand Total

95

380

85

340

180

720

Overall Difficulty Level Analysis

In this analysis we have rated every question on a scale of 1 to 3. The ratings are done by expert faculty of Resonance. The individual ratings are then averaged to calculate overall difficulty level.

  • Easy

  • Moderate

  • Difficult

Subject

Difficulty Level

Physics

1.87

Chemistry

1.60

Biology

1.84

Overall

1.79 

difficulty-level

Difficulty Level Analysis: No of Questions

Resonance Experts feel that overall difficulty level was a bit higher than last year. Subject wise, Biology and Physics was on tougher side, while Chemistry was on easier side.

Subject

Easy Level

Medium Level

Difficult Level

Total
Ques.

Total Marks

Total
Ques.

Total Marks

Total Ques.

Total Marks

Physics

13

52

25

100

7

28

Chemistry

22

88

19

76

4

16

Biology

8

32

40

160

18

72

Grand Total

67

268

84

336

29

11

While around 268 Marks can be considered easy overall, 336 marks were of moderate difficulty and 116 marks are considered difficult by Resonance Team. Overall, it is felt by Resonance Faculty Team that paper was on tougher side compared to last year and the cut-off is expected to be lower than that of last year.

QUESTION WISE DIFFICULTY BREAKUP


question-wise

MARKS WISE DIFFICULTY BREAKUP


marks-wise

Physics Analysis

Topic wise Allocation of Marks

UNIT & TOPIC NAME

NO OF QUESTIONS

TOTAL MARKS

(%) WEIGHTAGE

Alternating Current

1

4

2.22%

Alternating Current

1

4

2.22%

Capacitance

1

4

2.22%

Capacitance

1

4

2.22%

Centre of Mass

1

4

2.22%

Displacement of Centre of Mass

1

4

2.22%

Current Electricity

3

12

6.67%

Current

1

4

2.22%

Instruments

2

8

4.44%

Electromagnetic Field & Force

2

8

4.44%

Magnetic Field

2

8

4.44%

Electromagnetic Induction

1

4

2.22%

Motional EMF

1

4

2.22%

Electrostatics

1

4

2.22%

Gauss’s Law

1

4

2.22%

Fluid Mechanics

1

4

2.22%

Bernoulli Theorem

1

4

2.22%

Friction

1

4

2.22%

Kinetic Friction

1

4

2.22%

Geometrical Optics

2

8

4.44%

Combination of Lenses

1

4

2.22%

Prism

1

4

2.22%

Gravitation

1

4

2.22%

Kepler’s Laws

1

4

2.22%

Modern Physics

5

20

11.11%

Bohr Model

1

4

2.22%

DeBroglie Hypothesis

1

4

2.22%

Nuclear Radius

1

4

2.22%

Photoelectric Effect

2

8

4.44%

Newton’s Laws of Motion

1

4

2.22%

Normal Reaction

1

4

2.22%

Properties of Matter

1

4

2.22%

Elasticity

1

4

2.22%

Rectilinear Motion

1

4

2.22%

Non uniformly accelerated motion

1

4

2.22%

Relative Motion

1

4

2.22%

Relative Motion

1

4

2.22%

Rigid Body Dynamics

3

12

6.67%

Angular momentum conservation

1

4

2.22%

Moment of Inertia

1

4

2.22%

Torque

1

4

2.22%

Semiconductor Devices

2

8

4.44%

Diode

1

4

2.22%

Logic Gates

1

4

2.22%

Simple Harmonic Motion

2

8

4.44%

Dynamics of SHM

1

4

2.22%

Superposition of Simple Harmonic Motion

1

4

2.22%

Sound Waves

1

4

2.22%

Organ Pipes

1

4

2.22%

Thermodynamics

6

24

13.33%

First Law

1

4

2.22%

First Law of Thermodynamics

1

4

2.22%

Heat Transfer

2

8

4.44%

Kinetic Theory of Gases

1

4

2.22%

Second Law of Thermodynamics

1

4

2.22%

Units and Dimensions

1

4

2.22%

Units and Dimensions

1

4

2.22%

Wave Optics

2

8

4.44%

Diffraction

1

4

2.22%

Diffraction and Interference

1

4

2.22%

Work, Power, and Energy

4

16

8.89%

Energy Conservation

1

4

2.22%

Kinetic Energy

2

8

4.44%

Spring

1

4

2.22%

GRAND TOTAL

45

180

100.00%

Chemistry Analysis

Topic wise Allocation of Marks

UNIT & TOPIC NAME

NO OF QUESTIONS

TOTAL MARKS

(%) WEIGHTAGE

Inorganic Chemistry

14

56

31.1%

Chemical Bonding

4

16

8.9%

D Block

2

8

4.4%

Metallurgy

1

4

2.2%

P Block

2

8

4.4%

Periodic Table

1

4

2.2%

Coordination Compound

2

8

4.4%

S Block

2

8

4.4%

Organic Chemistry

16

64

35.6%

General Organic Chemistry (GOC)

5

20

11.1%

Carbonyl Compounds

2

8

4.4%

Aromatic Compounds

1

4

2.2%

Reaction Mechanism

3

12

6.7%

Polymers

1

4

2.2%

Chemistry in everyday life

1

4

2.2%

Basic Principles and Techniques (POC)

1

4

2.2%

Hydrocarbons

2

8

4.4%

Physical Chemistry

15

60

33.3%

Atomic Structure

3

12

6.7%

Chemical Equilibrium

1

4

2.2%

Chemical Kinetics

2

8

4.4%

Ionic Equilibrium

1

4

2.2%

Mole Concept

1

4

2.2%

Solid State

1

4

2.2%

Solution & Colligative Properties

3

12

6.7%

Electrochemistry

1

4

2.2%

Surface Chemistry

1

4

2.2%

Thermodynamics

1

4

2.2%

Grand Total

45

180

100.0%

Biology Analysis

Topic wise Allocation of Marks

Unit & Topic Name

No of Questions

Total Marks

(%) Weightage

Animal Kingdom

4

16

4.44%

Arthropoda

1

4

1.11%

Aschelaminthes Classification

1

4

1.11%

Chordates

1

4

1.11%

Mammals

1

4

1.11%

Application Biology

5

20

5.56%

Bio Technology Applications

3

12

3.33%

Plant Breeding

2

8

2.22%

Biomolecule

2

8

2.22%

Enzymes

1

4

1.11%

Nucleic Acid

1

4

1.11%

Body Fluids and Circulation

3

12

3.33%

Cardiac Cycle

1

4

1.11%

Composition of Blood

2

8

2.22%

Breathing & Exchange of Gases

1

4

1.11%

Regulation of Respiration

1

4

1.11%

Cell Biology

8

32

8.89%

Cell Division

2

8

2.22%

Cell-Basic unit of Life

6

24

6.67%

Chemical control and Coordination

1

4

1.11%

Adrenal Gland

1

4

1.11%

Digestion & Absorption

2

8

2.22%

Digestive Glands

1

4

1.11%

Physiology of Digestion

1

4

1.11%

Ecology

13

52

14.44%

Bio Diversity and Conservation

2

8

2.22%

Biodiversity and Conservation

1

4

1.11%

Ecosystem

5

20

5.56%

Environmental Issues

3

12

3.33%

Organism & Population

2

8

2.22%

Evolution

3

12

3.33%

Hardy-Weinberg Law

2

8

2.22%

Human Evolution

1

4

1.11%

Excretion & Osmoregulation

2

8

2.22%

Physiology of Urine Formation

1

4

1.11%

Regulation of Urine Formation

1

4

1.11%

Genetics

7

28

7.78%

Molecular Basis of Inheritance

1

4

1.11%

Principles of Inheritance and Variations

6

24

6.67%

Human Health and Disease

4

16

4.44%

AIDS

1

4

1.11%

Diseases

2

8

2.22%

Vaccination

1

4

1.11%

Human Reproduction

3

12

3.33%

Fertilization

1

4

1.11%

Gametogenesis

1

4

1.11%

Parturition

1

4

1.11%

Locomotion & Movement

2

8

2.22%

Mechanism of Muscle Contraction

1

4

1.11%

Skeletal System

1

4

1.11%

Neural Control & Coordination

2

8

2.22%

Ear

1

4

1.11%

Human Brain

1

4

1.11%

Plant Anatomy

2

8

2.22%

Plant Anatomy

2

8

2.22%

Plant Diversity

6

24

6.67%

Biological Classification

1

4

1.11%

Biological Classification, Plant Kingdom

2

8

2.22%

Plant Kingdom

3

12

3.33%

Plant Diversity

1

4

1.11%

Biological Classification

1

4

1.11%

Plant Morphology

5

20

5.56%

Families of Flowering Plants

1

4

1.11%

Flower

1

4

1.11%

Leaves

1

4

1.11%

Solanaceae

1

4

1.11%

Stem

1

4

1.11%

Plant Phyiology

7

28

7.78%

Minral Nutrition

1

4

1.11%

Plant Growth and Development

2

8

2.22%

Respiration

1

4

1.11%

Transport in Plants

3

12

3.33%

Reproduction in Flowering Plants

4

16

4.44%

Reproduction in Flowering Plants

4

16

4.44%

Reproductive Health

2

8

2.22%

General

1

4

1.11%

STD

1

4

1.11%

Structural Organization in Animals

1

4

1.11%

Cockroach

1

4

1.11%

GRAND TOTAL

90

360

100.00%

Also read-

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