How to prepare for AIPMT 2016 Physics paper?
Physics is a subject of concern for many candidates preparing for AIPMT 2016, which is scheduled to be conducted on May 1. According to experts, the paper is tough because questions are application oriented, which means nature of questions are usually based on how a thing works rather what a thing is.
It is not only the variety of theories, derivatives and mathematical equation that Physics pose, but the right applications of concepts of the same make it vital for scoring good marks in AIPMT or other medical entrance exams.
Majority of the candidates who appeared for AIPMT last year found Physics to be the toughest among all the other sections. The paper was lengthy and mostly numerical based. Most of the questions came from Electrodynamics, Mechanics and Modern Physics.
“The physics paper in AIPMT 2015 was difficult. The difficultly was high as compared to the previous year. The question booklet had 44.4% (20) questions from class 12 and 55.6% (25) questions from class 11. Questions asked from class 12 are generally difficult than class 11”, says Aakash Chaudhry, Director AESPL (Aakash Educational Services).
Here Careers360 brings you a detailed picture on Physics in AIPMT based on last year’s paper analysis:
Important Topics of Physics in AIPMT:
The physics section of AIPMT roughly covers the following chapters:
Physical World and Measurement
Laws of Motion
Work, Energy and Power
Oscillations and Waves
Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
Focus on Concepts of Physics:
According to Aakash Chaudhry, some of the important sections of Physics that an aspirant should focus on are kinematics, laws of motion, electrostatics, magnetic effects of current and modern physics. “It is imperative that you have clear concepts in these areas. It is all about clearing concepts and implementing these concepts and procedures in solving maximum MCQs in entrance exams. This is what works in AIPMT”, he says.
According to toppers candidates from Biology background must emphasize on theoretical questions related to modern Physics because they are too easy and having very less calculations. For example in Heat and thermodynamics chapter majority of questions are on P-Y graph or principles of thermodynamics which are easy to solve.
Books Recommended for Preparation:
Khushi Tiwari AIR 2, AIPMT 2015 recommends that NCERT books of Class 11 & 12 helped her a lot in AIPMT preparation. She says, “I have found NCERT books to be very simple and helpful, especially in Physics and Biology subjects. I found NCERT books easy in comprehending concepts as compared to other books. I used to read these books regularly along with other study materials”.
Tejaswin Jha who secured AIR 1 in AIPMT 2014 also emphasizes on importance of NCERT books for AIPMT preparation. He says, “NCERT is the best way to clear your base and concepts in subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Once the base is clear, scoring in AIPMT is easier for anyone. One must study NCERT books seriously along with other reference materials to score good marks in the entrance exam.”
Below are the some recommended books for Physics Preparation:
Concepts of Physics by H.C.Verma
NCERT Physics: CBSE PMT set of 3 Volumes by Anil Aggarwal
Concept of Competition Physics for CBSE PMT by Aggarwals
NCERT- Physics Part 1 and Part 2
New Simplified Physics: A Reference Book for Class XI and XII by S.L Arora
Solve previous year’s question papers:
One of the best ways to prepare for the Physics is by referring to and solving previous year’s question papers. As, Thermodynamics, laws of motion and modern physics are some of the popular topics aspirants are bound to find many questions from these topics.
Practicing from previous year’s papers not only familiarizes you with the AIPMT Physics paper pattern but also improves your speed and accuracy.
This is why you should practice from previous year’s question papers:
Improves your speed in solving the question paper.
Gives you an idea about the pattern and kind of questions one can expect from physics.
Generally, questions in AIPMT are not direct but framed in such a way that it requires multiple theories and calculations to reach a conclusion. Solving question papers gives you an idea about the variety of questions that can come in AIPMT 2016
Usually, question papers follow a similar pattern. You can also plan your preparation strategy by checking the questions, which came in previous years.
Analysis of Physics Question Paper in AIPMT 2015:
Analysis of Physics Question Paper from Career Point:
The question paper of Physics was above average in terms of difficulty level. The question booklet had 25 questions asked from class 11 syllabus while 20 questions asked from class 12 syllabus. If compared to previous year AIPMT exam, this year physics’ paper is little tricky and around 8 to 10 questions were very difficult to solve.
Distribution of Question
Total No Of Questions
Unit Wise Summary of Physics Question Paper:
Number of Questions
Portion wise Percentage
SHM & Waves
Heat & Thermodynamics
Properties of Matter
Analysis of Re – AIPMT Physics Question Paper from Aakash:
Analysis of Re – AIPMT Physics Question Paper from Resonance:
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