AIPMT 2015 Analysis - Student Reactions
AIPMT 2015 Analysis - All India Pre Medical Test 2015 has been concluded on Sunday, May 3, 2015. The students shared that the exam was on the expected lines and no surprise was thrown in the paper. The overall difficulty level was moderate. This article of Careers360 brings to you the AIPMT 2015 analysis on the basis of the student reactions.
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Ishita, a candidate who seemed to be quite confident about her performance says, “There was no glitch in the paper or the exam structure. Physics was the toughest section.”
Before having a look at the student reactions on specific sections, let us check the paper structure of AIPMT 2015.
Marking Scheme – Each question carries 4 marks and for each wrong answer there is negative marking of 1 mark for each wrong answer.
Now let us share with you the section wise analysis based on the student reactions for AIPMT 2015.
As per the pattern, there are 45 questions in the Physics section. According to the test takers, this section was the toughest and lengthiest among all. Majority of the students agreed that Physics was the most challenging part in the paper. Dimpy says, “Physics was the toughest among all the sections. Most of the time went away in solving this section.”
Another student, Karishma shares, “Physics had always been my weak area so I was not surprised when I found the section exceptionally tough. However, I am happy with my performance in the other two sections.”
The difficulty level of this section was comparatively easier to that of Physics. The questions were as per the syllabus mentioned by CBSE, the conducting body of AIPMT. Priyanka, a student from Delhi mentions that the questions were on the expected lines and easy to solve., “The Chemistry questions were easy. I was able to solve most of the questions. The topics of the questions were mostly from 10+2 syllabus,” she says.
Komal, another candidate says, "The topics from which the Chemistry questions were asked included Organic Chemistry, Carbon Cycle, Inorganic Chemistry to name a few. Overall, this section was quite easy and manageable.”
Harshit found a bit difference in pattern in the Chemistry section. He shares, “I found the Chemistry section a little different than that of last year. Equal weightage was given to Organic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry in the previous year but this year the number of questions from Organic Chemistry was more than that of the Physical Chemistry.”
Biology - Botany + Zoology
There were 45 questions each in the Botany and Zoology sections. This section too was easy in terms of difficulty level. In Botany, the questions were on Classification of Plants and related topics. The Zoology section had questions on Human Physiology.
Riddhima, who is happy with her performance says, “The questions of this section was easy to solve and as per my preparation. I dedicated majority of my time for this section as the number of questions was also higher compared to the other two sections.”
Gaurav, a test taker mentions the topics were uniformly distributed across the sub sections of Biology, “The topics of the questions ranged from Living Beings, Cell Structure, Plant & Human Physiology, Genetics and Biotechnology etc. Although I had prepared mostly from the NCERT books, many of the questions were out of syllabus in most of the sections."
According to officials, the national level Medical entrance exam which has been registered by around 6,32,649 candidates for approximately 3200 MBBS and 300 BDS seats in around 300 medical and 30 Dental colleges of India. 15% of All India Quota in Government medical and dental college seats is reserved, excluding Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Jammu & Kashmir states. According to CBSE, over 6,00,000 appeared for the exam in 2015.
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