AIPMT 2015 retest day guideline
All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) 2015 is being re-conducted on July 25 by exam conducting authority -Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). AIPMT 2015 is being conducted afresh after its cancellation by the Supreme Court owing to answer key leak cases.
This time, however, CBSE has announced strict measures for candidates and parents towards ensuring a smooth and fair testing. AIPMT 2015 aspirants have also been advised to abide by the guidelines issued by the examination authority otherwise they will be debarred from taking exam.
CBSE has asked candidates to reach the exam centres as early as 7:30 am, exactly 2 hours in advance to the entry closure for entry formalities and compulsory physical frisking. Candidates will also not be allowed into the exam centre after 9:30 am.
Careers360 here brings you exam day guidelines that will help you prepare yourself for the D-day.
Candidates are advised to reach their allotted exam centers 2 hours in advance so that entry formalities and compulsory physical frisking can be done smoothly.
CBSE also warned candidates that they will not be allowed into the exam centre after 9:30 am. "No candidate who reports after 9:30 am shall be allowed to enter in the examination centre," says CBSE.
The AIPMT 2015 retest will be of three hours duration from 10:00 AM to 01:00 PM. Read the full story here.
CBSE has asked candidates to appear for AIPMT 2015 Retest in open slippers and not shoes. The exam conducting authority asked candidates to report to their exam centres in "light clothes with half sleeves Shirt/T-Shirt/Kurta not having big buttons, brooch or any badge, flower and Trouser/Salwar."
Water bottle, wallet, watch are not allowed into the examination centres the exam board has notified. Candidates have also been asked to not wear goggles, handbags, hair Pin, hair Band, charm/tabeez, Belts, Cap, Scarf.
To Know AIPMT 2015 Retest Dress Code – Click Here
3. Material to be taken to AIPMT 2015 exam hall: Admit Card, Passport Size Photograph
Candidates have to carry their Admit Card, post card and passport size photographs for verification. Blue/black pen will be provided at the exam center for filling up the test booklet and responses on the answer sheet. The CBSE also asked parents and candidates to bring only the following articles to the exam centres:
a) Admit Card along with passport size photograph affixed on it – To Download – Click Here
b) One Postcard Size Photograph affixed on the proforma
c) One passport size photograph to be affixed on attendance sheet
4. AIPMT 2015 test booklet & answer sheet – how to handle
Candidates will be given a sealed Test Booklet 15 minutes before the commencement of the exam. Immediately, on receiving the AIPMT 2015 Test Booklet, candidates must fill in the required particulars on the cover page of the test booklet with Blue/Black Ball Point Pen only. A candidate cannot open the test booklet until asked to do so by the invigilator.
Candidates will be asked to break/ open the seal of the test booklet at 9:55 am sharp. Candidates must take out the AIPMT 2015 answer sheet carefully. They should check carefully that the test booklet code printed on Side-2 of the Answer Sheet is the same as printed on test booklet. In case of discrepancy, the candidate should immediately report the matter to the invigilator for replacement of both the test booklet and answer sheet.
How to mark your response on OMR answer sheet?
Use blue/black ball point pen only to darken the appropriate circle. Answers marked with pencil will not be evaluated
Mark on responses should be dark and completely fill the circle. A lightly or faintly darkened circle will be treated as a wrong method of marking and it will be rejected by the Optical Scanner
Candidates must note that once the response is marked, it will not to be changed. So, it is advisable to mark responses only when you are sure
5. AIPMT 2015 Paper attempting strategy: importance of time management
Strategic Approach for strong and weak areas: Toppers and experts advise that candidates must attempt the AIPMT 2015 question paper section-wise based on their strength and weakness. Toppers suggests that attempt those section first in which you are strong as it eases exam pressure and boost confidence level.
Time Management: Time management is the most important factor towards scoring good marks in the exam. According to experts, the way you manage the 'crucial 3-hours' of AIPMT 2015 exam, makes all the difference. Aakash Chaudhry, Director, Aakash Educational Services says, "Students must manage their exam time as per their exam taking strategy because time management is the key to score good marks". He advises students to divide the allotted time among the three subjects equally and keep a few minutes reserved for revising answers.
Read below for Do's and Don'ts during the AIPMT 2015 Exam:
During AIPMT 2015 exam you must have some check and balance so that you can score good marks. Check below some of the important Do's and Don'ts based on the expert insights to score good marks in AIPMT 2015:
Do's before and during the exam on the same day
Don'ts before or during the exam on the same day
Check your examination center one day before to avoid last moment rush
Don't panic about the preparation
Be sure about the examination center in case there are 2 or more centers or schools by the same name
Don't lose your patience and confidence
Revise the major formula's and short notes
Don't check new topics which you have not touched before
Be calm and confident
Sleep well, don't oversleep
Carefully read the instructions given of question paper
Don't be in hurry and read it carefully
Fill all the information correct, roll no, name etc.
Don't use pen where pencil is required
Read the questions carefully and mark right, cross and circle as per the level of difficulty
Don't attempt the difficult questions first
First solve all those questions in which you are confident i.e. those marked right, then those marked with a circle and at last the crossed ones.
Don't jump here and there. Sequentially solve easy questions first
Fill the answer in case if you have done ample questions
Don't be in too much hurry while filing the answer as one mistake of your leads to one wrong answer
First complete all those questions which are marked right, then go for circle one then at last crossed one
Don't waste too much of time on one question. In case of lengthy calculations first use approx. method
According to exam conducting authority CBSE, the total number of candidates who applied for AIPMT 2015 exam is 6, 32,649. AIPMT 2015 result will be released by CBSE on or before August 17, 2015. Prior to this, candidates can check and download AIPMT 2015 answer key soon after the completion of exam on July 25, 2015. CBSE will release the images of OMR Answer Sheets and responses graded by the machine for all the candidates appeared in the exam.
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