AIIMS MBBS 2018 entrance exam was conducted on 26th & 27th May 2018 at various centers across the country. The examination was held in two sessions on both the days. The result of this national-level, online entrance exam is scheduled to be out on June 18, 2018.
Now that the exam is almost over, we'll provide you a detailed analysis of the examination as well as first reactions from students and experts.
According to most of the candidates who appeared for the examination on the first day, the overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate. Physics section was found to be time-consuming and lengthy. The Chemistry section had a moderate difficulty level and Biology section was found to be the easiest.
As for qualifying the exam, we received mixed reactions from students on who took the exam on the first day. While some test takers are confident of qualifying the exam, some say that their chances of cracking the exam are less. Most of the students are sitting for AIIMS MBBS entrance exam for the first time, but there are also some candidates who are appearing for the exam again to score better than the last time they had given the test.
On both the exam days, the exam is being taken by students in morning and evening shifts - 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM, and 3:00 PM to 6:30 PM. There are five sections in this online examination. Physics, Chemistry, and Biology had 60 questions each, while 10 questions were asked each from General Knowledge and Aptitude & Logical Thinking.
Around 3 lakh candidates are taking AIIMS MBBS 2018 entrance for admission to 800 MBBS seats. It is one of the most popular medical entrance exams in India. Qualifying in this exam means medical aspirants can get admission in the prestigious nine All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) institutions, including two new AIIMS established at Guntur and Nagpur. According to previous years' trends, it has been observed that this exam demands a lot of dedication and hard work.
We have also provided a sneak peek into last year's AIIMS MBBS entrance exam so that you know what to expect in this year's exam. By going through previous years' exam analysis, you can become more familiar with the exam pattern and the difficulty level. Also, you can prepare yourself better for the exam day.
AIIMS MBBS 2017 Exam Analysis
All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) New Delhi conducted the AIIMS MBBS 2017 Entrance Exam on May 28, 2017 at more than 160 centres across India. Around 1.5 lakh candidates appeared for the national level medical entrance exam for admission to 707 MBBS seats across 7 AIIMS institutions in the country.
The computer-based exam was held in two shifts - 9.00 am to 12.30 pm and 3 pm to 6.30 pm.
The exam had 200 questions, which were asked from Physics, Chemistry, Biology and General Knowledge and Reasoning. As far as the marking scheme was concerned, candidates were given one mark for every correct answer and there was a negative marking for every incorrect answer.
The duration of the exam was 3 hours 30 minutes and the paper was based on the 10+2 syllabus. Majority of the questions asked in the examination were from 11th Class.
Students who appeared for AIIMS MBBS 2017 exam found the paper to be of a much higher difficulty level as compared to previous years’ papers. Physics was found to be the toughest of all sections. According to a students, Physics was found to be time-consuming section because majority of the questions were calculative in nature. In comparison, other sections turned out to be easy.