How to Prepare for AIPMT 2015 along with Class XII Board Exams!
Govind Kumar, 08 Apr 2015, #NEET
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With AIPMT 2015 scheduled for May 3 and Class XII Boards exams from March 1, 2015 your preparation for the both the exams must be in intensive phase. Preparing for both the exams require persistent effort and candidates should be able to manage their time and interest in AIPMT 2015 as well as in Board exam.

Careers360 brings you an insight on how to manage your time for AIPMT 2015 preparation along with Class XII Board Exams. The article is based on inputs by experts, teachers and toppers insight who shared their success strategy with us. Read here to know how to manage preparation for AIPMT 2015 along with Class XII Board Exams.

 

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Experts say that AIPMT 2015 preparation along with Class XII Board Exams can be managed through a customized preparation strategy and an approach for both exams. The AIPMT 2015 Syllabus is similar to what candidates have studied in class 11 and 12. So through a planned approach, candidates can hit the bull’s-eye in both the important exams.

How to Manage Time for AIPMT 2015 Preparation along with Class XII Board Exams

aipmt_SyllabusSyllabus: Candidates must understand the AIPMT 2015 and Class XII Board Examsyllabuses thoroughly before they start preparing,especially giving importance to individual topics and sections as per their weightage. The best way to do this is to analysis the AIPMT question papers of previous years. According to Mr. AakashChaudhry, Director, Aakash Educational Services, as part of a strong AIPMT 2015 preparation strategy candidates must have sound knowledge of topics and their weightage in previous years. He says, “Studying the vast syllabus of board exam along with AIPMT can be really challenging. The solution to the problem lies in confronting this challenge by making weekly plans and assessing your performance regularly so to improve the preparation level.”

 

TejaswinJha who was AIR 1 in AIPMT 2014 covered all the topics given in the syllabus. According to him, he studied for 6-7 additional hours apart from his routine study schedule at his coaching classes. “Since the syllabus for both exams is similar, it is better to draw matrix of chapters as per their weightage. The chapter matrix helps you to create checklist regarding time allotment, revision and highlighting the important facts related to the same,”he says,

 

You can check AIPMT chapter wise weightage of last four years from the graph given below:

 

Books and Materials:Books-and_MaterialsThe NCERT books of class XII Board is the best way to prepare for both the exams apart from other reference materials, Mr. Aakash Chaudhry says, “It is imperative that students refer to NCERT books for AIPMT. The best way to get your concepts clear is by reading NCERT books.”

 

The NCERT Books for Class XI and XII is the best for students who are preparing for both AIPMT and board exams. “The mantra is to study NCERT books rather than studying those heavy weight expensive materials. 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 is easier for anyone”, says Tejaswin Jha who was AIR 1 in AIPMT 2014.

 

Download the CBSE Class XII Board Previous Year Papers – Click Here


Focus on the Concepts:
Toppers and expert suggest that aspirants should have clarity in their concepts of Physics, Chemistry and Biology and they should thoroughly brush and revise the topics. The best way to do this is to take mock tests of the revised chapters. This chapter specific approach helps students in understanding of the type of questions that can be asked in the entrance exam. Shiv PratapRaghuwanshi, Functional Head, Medical Division, Resonance Coaching, says, “Students should stick to basics. Try to strengthen fundamentals. They have to memorize few things in different subjects but they should try to understand and enjoy learning rather than making it a boring exercise.”

Hard work and clarity on basic concepts of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology subjects is the success mantra of Aravind Subramanian who secured AIR 3 in AIIMS MBBS 2014. He says, “I used to take 4 to 5 mock tests a week, which helped me to improve my question solving speed.”

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Plan-your-study-schedulePlan your study schedule: A majorityof the AIPMT toppers from last year planned their study schedule in such a way that they learnt and revised the chapter of the board exams and practiced the same for AIPMT. This planned approach of learning and revision, simultaneously, helped them prepare for board exam as well as for AIPMT. RohitNathani who topped AIIMS MBBS 2014 with AIR 3 and AIPMT 2014 with AIR 9 says, “My plan was to take one topic at a time and put in all my effort on it. The idea is to prepare in such a way that you do not have to do it again for board and AIPMT separately.”

 

Identify your strengths and weakness: Experts say that students do makes mistakes but they must try to avoid it because a difference of a single mark can hamper your rank in AIPMT 2015. Shreyasi Manish Shah who scored AIR 4 in AIPMT 2014 says that her preparation schedule was not time specific rather topic 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. While preparing I focused on chapters according to their weightage.”

 

Hence, the best way to prepare for AIPMT is target specific planned approach. Akshay Ganesh Kumar, who held AIR 7 in AIPMT 2014 says, “I believe that planning is necessary to reach a set goal. My approach was steady and planned and if it was needed, I would put some extra hours so that I was able to finish whatever I had planned for the day”

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