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Assam CEE Medical 2015 exam was concluded successfully on May 17 at various allotted centres. According to officials, as many as 50,000 candidates appeared for the university level undergraduate Assam CEE Medical 2015 entrance exam with majority of the students finding Physics to be toughest among all. The overall Assam CEE Medical 2015 has been found of ‘moderate’ level by most of the candidates’.

 

Assam CEE Medical 2015 was conducted on two consecutive days i.e. May 16 and May 17 for admission to as many as 626 (State Quota seats-503) seats for MBBS and 40 (State Quota seats-16) seats for BDS programme.

 

On May 16, 2015 Physics and Chemistry exam was conducted whereas, Biology exam was conducted on May 17, 2015. Many candidates’ said that Physics exam was toughest and Chemistry and Biology exam was quiet easy.

 

Bhaskar Jyoti Dass, a resident of Guwahati, who appeared for Assam CEE Medical exam for the second time said, “Physics questions were tricky and difficulty. Chemistry and Biology was easy. As there was no fear of Negative marking, I attempted all the questions.”

 

As per the Assam CEE Medical 2015 exam pattern, there were 100 questions each from Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Each question had four responses, out of which candidates had to choose the most appropriate answer. Each question carried one mark each.

 

As per the official brochure of Assam CEE Medical 2015, the official answer key of Assam CEE Medical 2015 will not be published. Therefore, candidates have to wait till the result day to know their scores in Assam CEE Medical 2015.

 

The result of Assam CEE Medical 2015 is scheduled to be declared on second week of June, 2015. The result will include candidates’ merit position in the entrance exam. The merit list will be prepared on candidates’ marks and the choice filled in the application form.

 

First published on: May 17, 2015

 

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