AMU MBBS BDS Stage 1 result declared on April 27
Govind Kumar, 27 Apr 2016, #NEET
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Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has declared the AMU MBBS BDS 2016 stage 1 result on April 27. The examination authority Aligarh Muslim University has declared the result of only those candidates who have scored qualifying marks in the entrance exam. Candidates who have qualified the stage 1 of AMU MBBS BDS 2016 entrance exam will be allowed to appear for the stage 2 exam which is scheduled to be conducted on June 1.

Approximately 60, 000 candidates appeared in AMU MBBS BDS 2016 stage 1 exam that was held on April 10. According to the information mentioned in 2016 -17 admission brochure of AMU MBBS BDS 2016, only 30% (approx. 18, 000) out of the total appeared candidates (in Stage 1) will be allowed to take AMU MBBS BDS 2016 stage 2 entrance exam.

 

The question booklet AMU Medical 2016 entrance exam stage 2 will have 200 multiple choice questions from Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects, each question carrying 1 mark. According to AMU MBBS BDS 2016 exam pattern, for each correct answer candidates will get 1 mark and there is no negative marking for incorrect response.

 

AMU Medical 2016 is a national level entrance exam conducted for admission to around 180 MBBS and BDS seats. Out of the total 180 MBBS and BDS seats, 145 are MBBS seats in Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College and 35 BDS seats in Dr. Ziauddin Ahmad Dental College.

 

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