AIPMT 2015 Retest Analysis – Student Reactions
Sreetama Datta, 25 Jul 2015, #NEET
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Amidst anxiety and confusion, the AIPMT 2015 retest has been conducted on Saturday, July 25, 2015 from 10 am to 1 pm. The test takers, who had to report for the test at 7.30 am, were relaxed after the exam was over. In terms of difficulty level, the candidates found it to be easier compared to the AIPMT 2015 conducted on May 3, 2015. This article of Careers360 brings to you the retest analysis on the basis of the student reactions.

Deepika, a test taker mentioned that the overall difficulty level was easy to moderate and there was no change in the exam pattern. Before going to the analysis by students, let us focus on the exam pattern.


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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.

Mayank Sinha says, “The questions were quite easy this time. Compared to the last test, the paper was easier. Biology was the easiest subject for me and Physics was the toughest as there were several questions on numerical. The Chemistry section was moderate to tough.”

Divya Darpan, who is taking the retest in a positive note owing to fact that he will get a chance to improve test scores says, “My performance was as per expectation and I am hoping for a good result. The question topics were as per the prescribed syllabus and NCERT books. The significant topics were Heat and Thermodynamics in Physics, Organic and Inorganic Chemistry and Morphology and Botany in the Biology subjects.”

Vinni was quite confident with her performance. “My exam was much better compared to last year. Although initially I was fretting about the retest, now I think this second chance will help me get a seat in one of my dream colleges. For me, the difficulty level of all the sections was almost similar. I did not find any tricky questions or out of syllabus questions. I have attempted around 160 questions.”

Bhumika from Haryana says, “I would rate the paper to be easy to moderate. Comparing to the last test, it was easier. I did not have any particular preparation strategy for the retest as I have only revised the important topics. Physics was the toughest subject for me as it had a number of numerical questions. The Biology and Chemistry subjects were easily manageable.”        

Sushil, an aspirant from Haryana mentioned that the paper was easy for her. “Physics was the most difficult subject followed by Chemistry. Biology is my favourite subject hence I found it to be the easiest as well. Anybody who has studied properly from NCERT text book would find the paper easy.”

Ankita reflected the similar thoughts. “I do not know how many questions I have attempted correctly but I am satisfied with my overall performance. The questions were easy and doable and I did not find any wrong or out of syllabus questions. Biology was the easiest subject followed by Chemistry and Physics. I am keeping my fingers crossed!”

The retest was necessitated due to cancellation of AIPMT exam held on May 3 on account of answer key leak row. Read the full story here

AIPMT 2015 is a national level undergraduate medical entrance exam conducted for admission to MBBS and BDS seats under 15% All India Quota in Government medical and dental colleges of India excluding Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Jammu & Kashmir. There are also State Governments/Universities/Institutions voluntarily participates in AIPMT 2015 and accept AIPMT 2015 merit list for admission in the Medical Colleges/Dental Colleges against seats under their control.


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