How to Prepare for AIPMT 2015
With AIPMT 2015 scheduled for May 3, you may be preparing for the most sought after medical entrance exam. You need a preparation strategy and better planning for hitting the mark that will guarantee you a seat in top medical colleges across India under 15% All India Quota seats in Government Medical/Dental Colleges except the States of Andhra Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir.
Know the success strategy of 2014 Medical Exam Toppers that rewarded them grand success and paved their way toward medical profession. Careers360 brings here the preparation insights from AIPMT and AIIMS toppers.
Read here, what toppers studied, how they prepared, which books they followed and more.
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Books for AIPMT 2015 Preparation: Right Materials for Groundwork
Selecting right preparation material is the most crucial part for cracking an exam. Tejaswin Jha who topped AIPMT 2014 with 682 marks out of 720 says that studying NCERT books rather than heavy weight expensive study materials was the mantra for his success. He said, “NCERT is the best way to clear your base and concepts in all the three subjects-Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Once your base is clear, scoring in AIPMT becomes easier to crack.”
Arun Ashokan scored a brilliant 950 out of 960 in KEAM Medical 2014. The topper who got a perfect score in Physics also preferred NCERT books to prepare for medical entrance exams. He says, “Basically, referred to NCERT textbooks. In fact, I finished NCERT books on Biology at least 10 times.”
Apart from the NCERT books, toppers also suggest to consult other reference books and study materials provided by your mentors or experts for better understating of concepts in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Experts suggest following books for the AIPMT and medical entrance exam preparation.
AIPMT 2015 Books for Preparation:
The following table brings to you the list of top reference books for Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
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AIPMT 2015 Study Plan: Consistency and Routine Study
Consistency is one of the most pivotal elements of success. The toppers of AIPMT say that the main factor behind their success is their consistent and routine study plan. Thus, AIPMT 2015 aspirants must focus equally on the three sections - Chemistry, Physics and Biology.
However, depending on your strengths for different sections, you can accordingly plan your timing. Shreyasi Manish Shah who scored AIR 4 in AIPMT 2014 says that her preparation schedule was not time specific. She says, “I devoted a minimum of 7 hours daily for my exam preparation. It was subject and topic specific, rather than time specific. I invested my time depending on the subjects and number of important topics in it.”
Toppers reveal that only a disciplined study plan leads to success. “I used to wake up early morning at 6:30 am and take an hour to plan meticulously for the entire day. I believe that planning is necessary to reach a perfect goal. I studied the entire day with short breaks in between and, generally tried to finish it all by evening 6:30 pm. If it was needed, I would put some extra hours after 6:30 pm so that I was able to finish whatever I had planned for the day” said Akshay Ganesh Kumar, who held AIR 7 in AIPMT 2014.
Importance of AIPMT 2015 Mock Test – Barometer of Performance
Mock tests are simulated papers based on exam pattern. They help you to revise the syllabus well before the real examinations. With these tests, you can evaluate your weakness and strengths.
“I used to revise at least 1-2 chapters in a week and make important notes of it. To improve my speed of solving questions, I take regular mock test,” says Shreyasi Manish Shah, AIPMT 2014 AIR 4.
Toppers suggest that mock tests serve as good indicators to gauge your preparation level. They present you an opportunity to perfect your D-day plan.
Solving sample papers and mock test papers may help you in outlining an overview of the actual paper. Lovedeep Singh Dhingra scored perfect 180 marks in Physics and fetched an overall score of 680 out of 720 says, “Solving sample papers and mock tests helped me mentally prepare for actual AIPMT exam day. On the Exam day, I could control my nervousness during the exam duration as I was already accustomed to exam time pressure during my mock tests.”
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But in general as per past year trends , you should try to get at least around 550 to 600 marks to be on the safer side in your neet examination if you want to get a mbbs seat in government medical college
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And you have not mentioned your aggregate in PCB i.e physics chemistry and Biology .
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i get 41 marks in bio and in phy and che i get 60 above i belong to obc category i am eligible for neet plz help me
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