AIPMT 2015 Expert Analysis
AIPMT 2015 Expert Analysis – AIPMT 2015 has been conducted on May 3 with majority of the students and experts rating the paper to be ‘moderate to difficult’ in terms of difficulty level. According to experts, among the three sections, Physics has been found to be the toughest while Biology and Chemistry were moderate. Also, a majority of the questions in AIPMT 2015 were outside the NCERT syllabus which added a surprise element to the test.
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“As far as the AIPMT paper is concerned, it was basically similar to last year’s. However, Physics was really difficult though Biology and Chemistry were of moderate level,” says Shailendra Maheswari, Academics Director at Career Point.
He adds, “What is surprising is that NCERT syllabus was not followed in majority of the paper and most of the questions required higher level of understanding.”
Conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), AIPMT 2015 is a national level undergraduate medical entrance exam for admissions to 3200 MBBS and 300 BDS seats in 130 Government Medical and 30 Dental Colleges of India under 15% All India Quota in Government medical and dental colleges of India excluding Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Jammu & Kashmir states. According to CBSE, over 6,00,000 appeared for the exam in 2015.
Here’s a section-wise analysis:
According experts, this section was the toughest among all the other sections. Also, majority of the students found Physics to be lengthy and mostly numerical based. Most of the questions came from Electrodynamics, Mechanics and Modern Physics.
Shailendra Maheswari says, “About 10- 12 questions in Physics were quite difficult. A majority of the students might not have been able to solve them.”
Aakash Chaudhry says, “The physics paper in AIPMT 2015 was difficult. The level this year is difficult than the previous year. 44.4% (20) questions are from 12th class and 55.6% (25) 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 were mostly formula based and lengthy calculations.”
Chemistry was easier compared to Physics. Topics included were Organic Chemistry, Carbon Cycle, Inorganic Chemistry among others. Unlike previous years, organic chemistry carried more weightagethan physical chemistry.
Aakash Chaudhry says, “The level of questions asked in chemistry is standard. For qualifying the AIPMT, it seems that only NCERT books are not enough. About 23% of the chemistry questions are beyond NCERT books and are difficult.”
Biology - Botany + Zoology
There were 45 questions each in the Botany and Zoology sections. Experts say, biology was easier comparison to other sections. In Botany, the questions were on classification of plants among other topics. The Zoology section had questions on Human Physiology.
Aakash Chaudhry says, “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. 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.”
AIPMT 2015 Exam Pattern and Number of Questions:
AIPMT 2015 had a total of 180 multiple choice questions equally divided among Physics, Chemistry Zoology and Botany subjects carrying 720 marks in total.
Below is the pattern of AIPMT 2015
No. of Questions
Total Marks –Each Question Carry 4 Marks
1 Mark to be deducted for incorrect response
Here we have a comprehensive AIPMT 2015 expert analysis based on analysis by experts from noted medicine coaching institutes.
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