BCECE Medical 2014 Exam Analysis by C.Shekhar, Director of Pathshala
BCECE Medical 2014 Analysis - The first stage of BCECE Medical 2014 Exam was conducted on April 13, 2014. C.Shekhar, Director of Pathshala coaching centre in Patna shares his insight on the paper pattern and difficulty level of the exam.
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Careers 360: BCECE Medical 2014 exam is over now. What is your overall analysis of the BCECE paper 2014 compared to 2013?
C.Shekhar: In BCECE Medical 2014 Exam approximately 30% questions were based on basic topics from physics, chemistry and biology. The questions were easy. 40 to 50% questions were of average difficulty level and 20-25 % questions were difficult. As you know BCECE Medical 2014 Exam have two stages - 1st stage is PT and 2nd stage is Mains. To qualify for the preliminary stage of BCECE Medical 2014 candidates have to solve easy and average type questions in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. No new topics were covered in BCECE Medical 2014 entrance exam. The pattern was same as previous year.
Careers 360: Can you give a brief idea about the difficulty level of the exam? Which topics were prominently covered in the exam from Physics, Biology and Chemistry?
C.Shekhar: In Physics topics are covered from all sections like general physics, heat thermodynamics, properties of bulk matter (elasticity, viscosity, surface tension) current, electrostatics, waves, optics, modern physics etc.
In Chemistry- basics concepts like mole, redox reaction, atomic structure, bonding, equilibrium, thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, electrochemistry, solution, solid states, Periodic table , s,p d and f blocks, organic nomenclature, reaction mechanism , isomerism, conversion type questions, polymers were covered.
In Biology - Cell biology, plant physiology, human physiology, genetics, ecology, human welfare, biotechnology etc are important section through which questions were asked.
Careers 360: Which subject was the toughest in the exam? Which was comparatively easier?
C.Shekhar: Overall the BCECE Medical 2014 question paper was average. The question paper had theoretical as well numerical questions in physics and chemistry. In biology more questions were from botany section. Over all the paper was quite balanced.
Careers360: How many students from your centre have opted for the BCECE 2014? What is their feedback on the exam?
C. Shekhar: From my coaching centre approximately 50 students appeared in this exam.
Careers360: Any advice for students preparing for the 2nd stage of the BCECE Medical 2014 exam?
C. Shekhar: Students who had a very satisfactory exam should not wait for the results to be out and start preparing for the 2nd stage.
For the 2nd stage they should only revise the required topics and practice from previous year’s question banks (up to 10 years) and also solve the sample papers as much as possible.
Careers360: What kind of questions can be expected in the BCECE 2014 second stage? What topics are to be given more weightage for the BCECE 2014 second stage?
C. Shekhar: It is expected that questions in the 2nd stage of the BCECE Medical 2014 exam will be little difficult compared to the 1st stage .Also, the number of questions will be more from the numerical sections. Students should focus on all the above mentioned topics and practice as much as much possible.
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