AIIMS MBBS 2015 Exam Conducted on June 1
Govind Kumar, 01 Jun 2015, #NEET

AIIMS MBBS 2015 entrance exam was conducted successfully in computer based mode on June 1, 2015 at around 154 centers across India. According to experts and students, the exam was ‘tough’ in terms of difficulty level. Many candidates said that due to assertion type questions it was difficult to choose answer among the given options which made this exam difficult. Till last year, the entrance exam was conducted in computer based format as well as pen and paper mode.

 

Archit Rajaswami Aiyer, who appeared for AIIMS MBBS 2015 for the first time from Chennai said that the paper was tough for him. “I attempted around 120 questions. Though all the sections of exam were a bit tricky but Physics was difficult for me as compared to Chemistry and Biology. The general knowledge part was easy for me,” he said.

 

Sharing his insight of AIIMS MBBS 2015 exam paper 1, Pathshala Director C. Shekhar said, “Overall AIIMS MBBS 2015 exam paper was of high difficult level. Majority of questions were reason and assertion based so students took time to derive the answer. The question from Biology and General Knowledge topic was easy as compared to Physics and Chemistry. Physics was the toughest among the three subjects.” He also said that overall paper was easy in terms of difficulty level when compared to that of previous years.

 

AIIMS MBBS 2015 paper comprised 200 Objective Type (Multiple Choice and Reason assertion type) questions from Physics (60), Chemistry (60), Biology (60) and General Knowledge (20).  Each correct answer carried 1 mark and for each incorrect answer -1/3 mark to be deducted.

 

AIIMS MBBS 2015 examination was conducted in two shifts and a normalization procedure to be used to determine percentile score corresponding to the above cut-offs. According to officials, the percentiles for the two shifts being dissimilar/unequal, the lower of the two will be the eligibility cut-off for that category for all candidates (i.e. both shifts).

 

For example, if the 50% marks correspond to a Percentile score of 90 in Shift 1 and to a Percentile score of 88 in shift 2 and those equal to or above 88 Percentile (Percentile score of 100 to 88) in both shifts will become eligible in General Category. Similar method will be adopted for the other categories to determine eligibility cut-offs.

 

According to officials, AIIMS MBBS 2015 merit list will be based on AIIMS MBBS 2015 cut off. Candidates will be called for AIIMS MBBS 2015 Counselling based on their rank in merit list. And admission for 672 MBBS seats in 7 AIIMS like institutions includingAll India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, will be done on the basis of candidate’s rank in AIIMS MBBS 2015 merit list.

 

AIIMS MBBS 2015 is the national level undergraduate medical entrance exam for admission to 672 MBBS programmes at the premier medical institute of India. With over 672 seats for the MBBS programme, AIIMS MBBS 2015 result is accepted by 7 AIIMS’ located at New Delhi, Bhopal, Patna, Jodhpur, Rishikesh, Raipur and Bhubaneswar. Among the 672 seats, 72 are in AIIMS Delhi while the remaining 600 seats have been divided equally among other the 6 AIIMS.

 

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First Published on June 1, 2015

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