Reena Saini Updated On: 29 Mar, 2019 15:00 IST
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AIIMS MBBS 2019 is one of the most important entrance exams for medical aspirants seeking admission in the prestigious AIIMS. Therefore, having a good preparation strategy to crack AIIMS MBBS 2019 is extremely important. Candidates should have an idea about the exam pattern, syllabus and then select some of the best books and study material to prepare thoroughly for the exam.
Candidates need to follow a proper revision strategy and it should be done on a regular basis. They also need to solve mock papers, focus on their weak areas and also need to learn effective time management.
AIIMS MBBS 2019 is a national-level entrance exam and approximately 3 lakh candidates appear each year for the AIIMS MBBS exam. AIIMS MBBS is a computer-based exam which will be conducted on May 25 and 26 in four different slots. The question paper will have 200 multiple choice questions from subjects such as Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Aptitude and Logical Thinking and General Knowledge.
Candidates also need to remember that the entire science section which includes Physics, Chemistry and Biology has equal weightage so equal attention should be given to every section during the exam preparation. Listed below are subject-wise preparation tips to help candidates with the AIIMS MBBS 2019 preparation.
Chemistry includes problems, chemical equations, and concepts so it is advisable for the students to highlight some of the important points while preparing for the exam. This will be very useful while revising.
To prepare well for Biology, it is important to focus mainly on diagrams and concepts. Most of the questions will be from NCERT so it is important to prepare thoroughly from the NCERT and then refer to other books.
The physics section will have many practical problems to solve so it is important to brush up on the basics. To get a good grasp on the basics, refer to the NCERT textbooks or other books from HC Verma and Aggarwal. It is also important to solve questions regularly to understand the concepts well. Some calculation based questions are also asked in this section and candidates will need to apply mathematical techniques to solve those questions. For those who are from a non-math background at 10+2, it is important to revise important formulae studied in high school standard math such as surface area and volume, etc.