AMU Medical 2015 Exam Conducted on April 26
Govind Kumar, 26 Apr 2015, #NEET
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AMU Medical 2015 entrance exam concluded on April 26, 2015 at various centers across India.According to officials, as many as 60, 000 candidates appeared for the university level AMU Medical 2015 exam with majority of the students finding Physics to be the toughest among all the three sections. The overall AMU Medical 2015 has been found to be moderate by most candidates.

 

AMU Medical 2015 entrance exam conducted annually for admission to 150 MBBS seats in Jawahar Lal Nehru Medical College & Hospital and 40 BDS seats in Dr. Ziauddin Ahmad Dental College.

 

There were four question bookletsets in AMU Medical 2015 exam. Many students said that overall paper was moderate but questions from Physics were toughest.

 

Razi Ahmed who appeared for AMU Medical 2015 exam from Aligarh shared that Physics was toughest among the three sections. “Physics was most difficult of all. Among the three sections, Biology was easy”. He shared his exam experience immediately after the exam

 

There were four sets of question booklet given to candidates. Each set consisted of 200 objective types multiple choice questions with four options against each question.  Total duration for the paper was 3 hours and each question carried 1 mark.

 

The answer key of AMU Medical 2015 of all sets of question booklet will be published by the examination authority, tentatively, in the last week of June, 2015. With the help of AMU Medical 2015 Answer Key candidates can evaluate their probable marks in the AMU Medical 2015 entrance exam.

 

The result of AMU Medical 2015 will be published provisionally in last week of June, 2015. AMU Medical 2015 result will be published only for those candidates who will secure atleast 50% marks in the entrance test.

 

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First published on: April 26, 2015

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