AIPMT 2015 retest begins on July 25 amid tight security; Around 6 Lakh candidates to take exam
AIPMT 2015 retest began sharp at 10:00 am amid strict measures taken by examination authority Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). As per the AIPMT 2015 exam guidelines, no candidates were allowed to take any materials expect their retest admit card inside the test centres.
Candidates were asked to remove items like brooch or any badge, hair pin, hair band, belts, cap, scarf, watch etc. before entering to the exam centres. Water bottles and wallets were also not allowed into the examination centres. They were asked to go through multiple frisking layers before entering into the examination hall. Read the full story here.
The retest was necessitated due to cancellation of AIPMT exam held on May 3 on account of answer key leak row. Read the full story here.
Majority of test takers, whom careers360 spoke to, were happy with the retest as it would give them a fair chance to compete for Medical and Dental seats under 15% All India Quota.
Deepa, an MBBS aspirant from Delhi was happy with the re-exam. She said, “Though it is hard to prepare for the retest, yet I have done it with full vigour. This decision of retest has brought faith and credibility in the system.”
However, few parents said motivation level was low this time because candidates had to prepare at the time when they were expecting their AIPMT 2015 result.
Most of the parents who accompanied their ward to the test centres said that the re-test decision by Supreme Court has brought fair opportunities for all candidates. “It’s good that the Supreme Court had ordered the retest as it will not only enhance the credibility of CBSE but also give fair opportunity to candidates,” said father of a candidate.
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1:03 pm – Careers360 spoke to AIPMT 2015 candidates and their experience of the restest. Candidates relate the paper to be an easy one as compared to the May 3 paper. Physics was a bit tough, where Chemistry and Biology were very easy
1:00 pm – AIPMT 2015 retest ends
12:45 pm – The exam is to end in next 15 minutes, as parents gather around the examination exit gates
10:00 am – AIPMT 2015 retest begins
9:30 am – Entry for the coveted medical entrance exam closes; parents wait for their wards outside the exam centres
8:00 am – Examination centre authorities were seen frisking the candidates extensively, no bangles, no wristwatches, no water bottles, no pens, no buttons on kurtis and no hair pins even
7:30 am – Entry for AIPMT 2015 retest begins amid tough frisking process; no jewelry and any extra items were permitted inside the exam campus, except the AIPMT 2015 retest admit card. Click here to know the dress code and items that were allowed inside the examination premises
7:00 am – Early birds seen flocking in for the retest of the coveted medical entrance exam, that has been rescheduled after Supreme Court cancelled the May 3 test
Stay tuned to medicine.careers360.com for more news and updates on AIPMT 2015 retest
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