AIPMT 2016: 30 days preparation strategies to ace entrance exam
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With less than 30 days left for AIPMT 2016, it’s time to take your preparation to the final level. Besides your basic study schedule, you also now need to emphasize on developing a preparation strategy that gives you enough time for revision. Here, Careers360 brings you ‘30 Days AIPMT Strategies’ to ace the test by experts and toppers.

AIPMT 2016 is scheduled to be conducted on May 1, 2016, in paper-pencil based format. According to experts, the last 30 days of AIPMT 2016 should be strategically divided for revision, taking mock tests, solving sample papers, numerical practice, and analysis.

 

Take full-length mock test

With the entrance exam just a month away, the aspirants must now focus on solving mock tests and sample papers.  Apart from taking full-length mock tests, candidates should also develop patience to sit for 3 hours and develop concentration. By practicing mock tests and sample papers, you get a fair idea on how to score big in the actual exam day. Emphasizing on the importance of mock tests, Aakash Chaudhary, Director, AESPL states, “By practicing AIPMT mock tests or sample papers, students can devise their strategy to solve the complete paper efficiently. This will give them the basic idea about the pattern and type of questions being asked in the medical entrance exam. By practicing in this way, students can learn the time management strategy and recognize their weak and strong areas.”

 

Brush up your basics

By solving mocks and last years’ question papers, a candidate brushes up the basic concepts. And, as it is said, if you have brushed your basics, you can tackle any questions, be it tricky or a straight one. Now that you have less than 30 days, ensure that you have fully prepared all the important topics from each subject. “Learn formulas, understand basic concepts and develop synchronization between speed and accuracy,” shares Shailendra Maheshwari, Academics Director, Career Point.

 

Give ample time to revision

Revision is a vital aspect of exam preparations. If you do not revise what you have learned so far, you would end up in a mess. As twin toppers of AIPMT 2015, Sahil Bansal and Rahul Bansal, AIR 4 and 6 share, “A month before the exam, we were busy in revising notes which we made during school and coaching classes. We used to solve previous year sample papers and mock tests. The revision has helped us in analyzing our weak areas and brought good improvement in our studies.” They further advice, “In this 1 month, keep a day exclusively for revision and take the mock tests the next day.”

 

Devise exam-day strategy and follow it  

After attempting mock test and analyzing them, students must have identified the strategy that suits them well. As per toppers and experts, it is best to start with your strong areas followed by the weaker ones. This not only ensures a smooth start but will also boost students’ confidence level.  Shailendra Maheswari advises, “Don’t start with a difficult question. Try solving those questions first which you are confident about.” He further adds, “Don’t waste too much time in solving one question which seems to be a little tricky to you, instead switch to the next one. In case of lengthy calculations, first, use approx. method.”

 

Quick tips by Aakash Chaudhary for the last days of AIPMT 2016:

  1. Do not waste time in writing the theoretical statements repeatedly. Rather one must learn to understand the logic behind it.

  2. Practise the examples more given at the end of the chapters.

  3. Learn various assumptions and conditions associated with different formulas

  4. Do not start any new topic or chapter at this point of preparation

  5. Carefully observe all the figures in Biology textbook and make a picture of the same in your mind

  6. Try to polish your best of knowledge and make every effort to solve tough problems

  7. Devise and follow your chapter wise and topic wise study schedule

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

  9. Have a sound sleep for at least 7 to 8 hours per day

  10. Be optimistic and have faith in yourself

  11. Always remind yourself that your target is to perform the best

Also read:

How to prepare for AIPMT 2016 Physics paper?

50 days to AIPMT: Know success tips from toppers

How to crack AIPMT 2016: Strategies by toppers

Cracking competitive exams just don’t define your life

Your exam preparation should be ‘motivation driven’, advices Gagandeep Bhatti

 

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