AIPMT 2015 Retest Analysis by Career Point
AIPMT 2015 Retest was conducted successfully on July 25, 2015 at different centres across the country. According to CBSE, over 6 Lakh candidates appeared in AIPMT 2015 Retest for 15%All India Quota seats in Government Medical and Dental Colleges across India excluding Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Jammu and Kashmir.
According to candidates and experts, the exam was of moderate level in terms of difficulty and was comparatively easier than the exam held on May 3, 2015 which was cancelled by the Supreme Court due to answer key leak.
Following is a brief analysis of AIPMT 2015 Retest by Career Point
The number of questions in AIPMT 2015 Retest was 180; 45 each in Physics and Chemistry sections and 90 in Biology section. The exam was of total 720 marks where in each question carried 4 marks and 1 mark would be deducted for each wrong answer.
Overall Question Paper Analysis:
This was an above average paper and the most difficult section. 55 % questions were from Class 11 syllabus and 45 % questions were asked for class 12. If compared to previous paper held on May 3, this time Physics’ section was tough and tricky. Around 20 questions were rank deciding questions.
Unit Wise Portion Distribution & Difficulty Level
This section can be called as tougher in comparison to the paper held on May 3, 2015. Though 35% questions were average but 18 percent questions were difficult. Physical Chemistry had some lengthy calculation questions. Questions from inorganic chemistry were from NCERT. Organic Chemistry had Organic Based questions.
Biology section can be said as an average paper. Most of the questions were simple and theory based. 20 % questions asked had no reference in NCERT which troubled candidates who only prepared from NCERT.
Subject wise Difficulty Level of AIPMT 2015 Retest:
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