Nupur Kaushik Updated On: 23 Aug, 2019 12:36 IST
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Candidates who want to appear in the AIAPGET 2020 entrance should be aware of the examination pattern. AIAPGET is a national level entrance which is conducted by the All India Institute of Ayurveda (AIIA) on behalf of the Ministry of AYUSH. The candidates who want to get their admissions done in AYUSH MD, MS and Postgraduate Diploma courses in the field of Homeopathy, Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani etc can do with the help of AIAPGET score.
As the description of the entrance suggests a number of students who want to build a career in the professions related to the above-mentioned courses appear for this examination. Knowing about the exam pattern will help the candidates to gauge an idea about the structure of AIAPGET 2020. It is to be noted that only after being aware of the exam pattern of an entrance can the candidates chalk out a preparation strategy. Apart from this, it is also advisable for the candidates to know about the topics included in the syllabus of AIAPGET 2020.
The exam pattern of AIAPGET 2020 includes the total number of marks allotted in the entrance, the number of questions asked and the marking scheme. Candidates are advised to go through the section below with utter diligence in order meet all the queries regarding this topic.
CollegeDekho has provided some important highlights regarding the exam pattern of AIAPGET 2020 in the pointers given below:
The total number of questions asked in the question paper of AIAPGET is 100.
Total marks allotted in this entrance is 100.
The total time duration of the examination is 90 minutes or 1 ½ hours.
The type of questions asked in this entrance is Multiple Choice (MCQs).
The medium of language used in the entrance is English.
It is considered necessary for the candidates wanting to appear in the entrance to be aware of the marking scheme of AIAPGET 2020. The pointers below can be of great help.
Total marks allotted in the exam is 100.
For each correct answer a candidate will get 1 mark.
0.25 marks will be deducted for each incorrect answer.