AIPMT 2015 Preparation Strategy: Expert Interview with Aakash Chaudhry
Govind Kumar, 08 Apr 2015, #NEET
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With AIPMT 2015 scheduled for May 3, your preparation for the coveted medical entrance exam must be in intensive phase now. According to Aakash Chaudhry, Director AESPL (Aakash Educational Services), preparing for both AIPMT and the board exams simultaneously is challenging, but a strategic approach can help aspirants to successfully take on both. “Efficient time-management, carefully-crafted strategy and judicious planning can help students immensely in their quest to breeze through both the exams” says Mr Chaudhry.


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The national-level medical entrance exam AIPMT 2015 will be conducted by examination authority Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for 15% All India Quota Seats which consists of around 3200 MBBS and 300 BDS seats.


In this special series of expert guidance on AIPMT 2015 Preparation, Careers360 brings you exclusive

interview with Mr.Aakash Chaudhry. In this interview, he shares his insights on important topics of AIPMT 2015 and also speaks on how students can prepare for AIPMT 2015 along with the board exams.


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Careers360: Now that the exam date for AIPMT 2015 has been announced and only three months are left for AIPMT 2015, what preparation plan and strategy do you suggest to the students to balance their Class XII board along with AIPMT preparations?

Mr. Chaudhry: The daunting challenge of excelling in both the exams can sometimes de-motivate or even distract students. To overcome this problem, students have to be adept at multi-tasking. The troika of efficient time-management, carefully-crafted strategy and judicious planning can help students immensely in their quest to breeze through both the exams.


Studying the vast syllabus of board exam along with AIPMT can be really challenging. The solution to the problem lies in confronting this challenge by making weekly plans and assessing your performance regularly. This way, you will know where you stand for each exam and can focus on improving your preparation accordingly.


Students can take up sectional tests in order to develop a strong grounding of the concepts and the theories. It will assist them in managing the available time judiciously and recognize the areas they are lacking in. Once students are done with the section tests, they can opt for mock tests to further enhance their preparation.   


Careers360: You interact with a lot of students on a frequent basis. What are important topics for Physics, Chemistry and Biology that you think students must focus on to perform well in AIPMT 2015 and other medical entrance exams?

Mr. Chaudhry: From theexam point of view every topic is important. But following topics seems to be important and must be prepared thoroughly.




1.All topics are important and should be prepared thoroughly though there have been more questions from Human Physiology, Plant Physiology, Cell Biology, Ecology, Biomolecules, Biotechnology as per the questions asked in past years exams. After completing any topic, the objective questions should be solved and one must go through the questions asked in previous year exams from the same topic as it will give insight to the depth of the topic to be covered.


2.Animalia and Plantae topic needs to be prepared more carefully as otherwise it can be too exhaustive as given in many books. The main emphasis must be on the characters of Phylum in Non-Chordates and up to class level in Chordates. All examples given in the NCERT along with the common name (wherever given) should also be learnt.


1.Physical Chemistry is about clearing concepts and implementing these concepts and procedures by solving maximum MCQs. Inorganic chemistry is more about facts and little about concepts. Students take the advantage of cramming ability in this section. Some topics like Coordination chemistry and P Block chemistry are important, therefore medical aspirants regular solve questions from these topics.


2.Organic chemistry is very demanding where you must have clarity about the concepts. First of all start with NCERT but to prepare a bit extra consult other relevant books also. When your concepts are clear, start doing MCQs on simple concepts and then try for tougher questions, since topics are interlinked they may create a fuss, but do not lose your heart keep on going with strong determination.


1. Topics like kinematics, laws of motion, electrostatics, magnetic effects of current and modern physics are important.

Careers360: Please suggest important books for Physics, Chemistry and Biology that are very important and help the AIPMT aspirants prepare in the best way.

Mr. Chaudhry: It is imperative that students refer to NCERT books for AIPMT. The best way to get your concepts clear is by reading NCERT books. Also, going through previous year’s questions is very important. That way students will have an understanding of the type of questions and the difficulty level that they can expect.  An important point is to revise in the reverse order i.e. start from the last chapter . That way aspirants will not be revising the initial chapters again and again.


Careers360: What could be the possible level of difficulty as compared to last year? Do you think that AIPMT 2015 will be easier than AIPMT 2014?

Mr. Chaudhry: It is difficult to predict the difficulty level at this time. A student must prepare all the topics thoroughly and with lot of practice. Sometimes the paper takes more time rather than being difficult, so practice of doing questions in stipulated time is also very important.


Careers360: What should be the key areas to play in this AIPMT 2015 exam?

Mr. Chaudhry: Again NCERT books forms the basis of the preparation. Especially, the objective questions should be practiced from NCERT books. As mentioned refering to previous year questions helps in a major way.This practice is very important as it will make aspirant to complete the exam in the allotted time and to commit less errors.


Careers360: Any other message you would like to share with AIPMT 2015 aspirants?

Mr. Chaudhry: Practice of more and more questions improves speed with accuracy for the exam. Practice previous year medical entrance exam questions to practice as these questions not only gives an exact idea of the pattern of exam but also make sure you do only that level of questions which may be asked in AIPMT. While attempting the paper, a medical aspirant should attempt Physics in the last after Chemistry & Biology


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