AIPMT 2015 Final Phase of Preparation- Interview with Aakash Chaudhry
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In last 15 days of AIPMT 2015 preparation, medical aspirants will be in their final lap of revision. As a part of special series on tips and guidance to crack AIPMT 2015, Careers360 brings you an exclusive interview with Aakash Chaudhry, Director, Aakash Educational Services Pvt.Ltd. In this interview the exam expert advises you to revise the study material thoroughly and shares last day preparation tips for AIPMT 2015. The most coveted medical entrance exam is scheduled to be held on May 3, 2015.

 

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 Aakash Chaudhry has suggested AIPMT 2015 aspirants that speed, accuracy and confidence are the key factors responsible for scoring good marks in AIPMT 2015. He says, “Aspirants should focus on problem solving techniques, develop short cut methods, learn and revise important formulas and understand their strength and weak areas.”

 

Read below the last days’ preparation strategy for AIPMT 2015 to know the tips and tricks advised by the expert to crack the exam.

Interview excerpts

Careers360: Nearly 15 days are left for AIPMT 2015. What preparation plan and strategy do you suggest to AIPMT 2015 aspirants?

Aakash Chaudhry: The main emphasis should be on quick revision of the syllabus. Whatever books or notes, the student has been reading, same should be continued. There is no need of buying new books. NCERT books must be revised completely. Students should prepare a daily study schedule and follow it aggressively. Take as many as mock tests to check your preparation level and areas where you are lacking. It is also important to solve sample papers and last year’s question paper to understand the exam pattern and level of difficulty of the exam.

Careers360: What books would you suggest to the medical aspirants for preparation in this final phase?
Aakash Chaudhry: In this final phase of preparations, students should study from the same books that they have studied during the last two years in Class XI and XII. Thorough revision of NCERT books is the need of the hour. For Biology section, students must observe of all figures and images form the book.

Careers360: How much mock tests, sample paper and previous year question papersare beneficiary for preparation in the last phase?
Aakash Chaudhry: By practicing the AIPMT mock tests or sample papers, students can devise their strategy to solve the complete paper efficiently. This will give them basic idea about the pattern and type of questions being asked in the medical entrance exam. By practicing such, students can learn the time management strategy and recognize their weak and strong areas.

If students have practiced mock tests, they will definitely know where to save time and how to proceed. Based on their mock test skills, they will be able to attempt the exam paper efficiently and score good marks in the exam.

Careers360: What are the important topics for Physics, Chemistry and Biology that need to be focused on in the last 15 days?
Aakash Chaudhry: Below is the list of important chapters of Physics, Chemistry and Biology which students must focus in these last 15 days of preparation.

Physics

Thermodynamics

Electric Charges and Fields

Semiconductor Electronics

Waves

Heat Transfer

Mechanism of Fluid

System of Particles and Rotation

Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter

Magnetism and Matter

Newton’s Law of motion

 

Chemistry

Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry

Chemical Bonding

Electrochemistry

Equilibrium

Thermodynamics

Coordination Compound

Solid State

Solution

Organic Chemistry  (Some Basic Principles & Techniques )

Aldehydes and Ketones

 

Biology

Human Physiology

Genetics

Human Health and Disease

Biotechnology

Plant Physiology

Ecology

Evolution

Careers360: What would you advise to ensure that AIPMT aspirants feel confident and give their best shot during the exam and not feel nervous on the D-Day?

Aakash Chaudhry: Proper planning is very important in the last few days of preparation and simultaneously dealing with the study pressure and exam anxiety on the D-Day. On the exam day, students will have to divide their allotted time in all the three subjects equally and some time for revision.

I would like to suggest this to AIPMT aspirants that competitive exams are not recognized as battle of knowledge but also battle of nerves, only confident candidates can score high in these exams.

Careers360: What are your key tips for AIPMT 2015 aspirants?
Aakash Chaudhry: I would like to recommend the following key tips for last days of AIPMT 2015 Preparation

  • Be positive and try not to discuss about your preparation level with anyone

  • Revise all your syllabus and class notes

  • Do not start any new topic or chapter now

  • Focus on question based study

  • Brush up all the important formulas and derivations

  • Carefully observe all the figures in Biology textbook and make an image of the same in your mind

  • Indulge yourself in recreational activities to make yourself relaxed

  • Have a sound sleep of at least 7 to 8 hours

  • Keep your confidence level high

  • Follow your chapter wise and topic wise study schedule

  • Be optimistic and have faith in yourself

  • Always remember that your target is to perform the best.

Before the examination just relax your mind and give it your best shot. All the Best!

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