AIIMS MBBS Preparation Strategy with Timetable

Deepika Narwal Updated On: 19 Sep, 2019 16:28 IST

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AIIMS MBBS Preparation Strategy & Study Plan (6 Months, 3 Months, One Month)

The AIIMS MBBS 6-month preparation strategy will help the AIIMS MBBS 2020 aspirants prepare for the most competitive Undergraduate level medical entrance examination. Nearly 3.5 lakhs students from all over India will wrestle for the 1205 UG seats vacant in the 15 AIIMS by appearing in the AIIMS MBBS entrance exam. Thus a 6-month preparation strategy is very important as the exam is not going to be easy by any stretch of the imagination. Here is how an ideal 6-month preparation strategy for AIIMS MBBS should look like.

How to Prepare for AIIMS MBBS Exam without Coaching?

  • Understanding the AIIMS MBBS Syllabus: To compete in the AIIMS MBBS 2020 entrance exam, the aspirants must know in and out about the AIIMS MBBS 2020 syllabus. How will the aspirants know about the important topics which will assist them in their preparation? The answer is knowing the syllabus for AIIMS MBBS 2020. The 2020 syllabus for AIIMS MBBS will cover all the topics from subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The syllabus will also deal with important topics from where questions in the Logical Reasoning and General Knowledge & Aptitude sections in AIIMS MBBS 2020 question paper will be asked

  • Understanding the AIIMS MBBS Exam Pattern: Many may wonder about the role of AIIMS MBBS 2020 exam pattern in the AIIMS MBBS preparation strategy. However, the aspirants can secure information about the subject-wise question distribution, AIIMS MBBS 2020 exam structure, marking scheme etc from the exam pattern of AIIMS MBBS 2020. Knowing about the exam pattern will help the test-takers plan their strategy regarding how to approach every question. For example, an examinee can attempt those questions first which they are sure about will fetch him/her full marks and later can turn back to attempt the unattempted questions

  • Selecting the Best AIIMS MBBS Study Materials: For best preparation, the AIIMS MBBS 2020 aspirants must whole-heartedly look for the best books or reference study materials. 6 months before the AIIMS MBBS entrance exam will be more than enough for the aspirants to narrow down to the best books for AIIMS MBBS 2020 exam from thousands available in the marketplace. The aspirants must first ensure that they have gone through their entire Class XIth and XIIth syllabus before they start referring to the additional study materials

  • Practise Sample Test Papers and Mock Test Papers: The AIIMS MBBS 2020 aspirants must start practising sample test papers and mock test papers and the best time to start doing the same is when there is still ample time to go for the entrance exam. Previous year AIIMS MBBS toppers suggest that the wisest thing to do is solve all the questions related to a topic after its completion which help the aspirants analyse their preparation strategy

  • Revision: Due to the vast nature of the AIIMS MBBS syllabus, it is important that the aspirants keep revising the topics on a regular basis after completing them. To save themselves from getting puzzled on the day of the exam, the aspirants must dedicate ample time for revision purpose. 

  • Prepare a Time Table: To be successful in the AIIMS MBBS entrance exam, the aspirants must prepare an effective time table which will help them to devote an equal amount of time to each subject or topic. CollegeDekho has prepared a time table which can be referred by the aspirants while preparing an ideal time table for AIIMS MBBS 2020 preparation. 

Also Read: Find Old Question Papers 

Sample 1: For the early birds who prefer studying in the morning

Ideal Preparation Hours Per Day

10 Hours

Morning Session (06:00 to 09:00 HRS)

  • Pick a chapter of your choice

  • Read the entire chapter in a thorough manner

  • Jot down the important points in the chapter

  • Practise all the equations (in case of Physics and Chemistry) and diagrams (for Biology)

Between Hours (09:00 to 10:00 HRS)

Break Time 

Day Session (10:00 to 13:00 HRS)

  • Go through all the points covered in the previous session (during the first hour)

  • Pick up another chapter 

  • Make note of all the important pointers

  • Practise all the questions 

In Between Hours (13:00 to 16:00 HRS)

Break Time

Evening Session (16:00 to 18:00 HRS)

  • Revise all the topics covered in the previous sessions (in the first hour)

  • Pick up a new topic (relatively easy topic)

  • Make note of all the important pointers

  • Practise all the questions

In Between Hours (18:00 to 19:00 HRS)

Break Time

Night Session (19:00 to 21:00 HRS)

  • Revise all the topics covered in the previous sessions

  • Identify mistakes committed during question-solving in the previous sessions

  • Go through all the important pointers prepared during the previous sessions

  • Practise as many questions based on all the topics covered during the day

From 21:00 to 22:00 HRS

Have dinner and go to bed 

Sample 2: For the late bloomers who prefer studying till late in the night

Ideal Preparation Hours Per Day

10 Hours

Morning Session (08:00 to 11:00 HRS)

  • Pick a chapter of your choice

  • Read the entire chapter in a thorough manner

  • Jot down the important points in the chapter

  • Practise all the equations (in case of Physics and Chemistry) and diagrams (for Biology)

In Between Hours (11:00 to 12:00 Noon)

Break Time 

Day Session (12:00 Noon to 15:00 HRS)

  • Go through all the points covered in the previous session (during the first hour)

  • Pick up another chapter 

  • Make note of all the important pointers

  • Practise all the questions 

In Between Hours (15:00 to 18:00 HRS)

Break Time

Evening Session (18:00 to 20:00 HRS)

  • Revise all the topics covered in the previous sessions (in the first hour)

  • Pick up a new topic (relatively easy topic)

  • Make note of all the important pointers

  • Practise all the questions

In Between Hours (20:00 to 21:00 HRS)

Break Time (Dinner)

Night Session (21:00 to 00:00 HRS)

  • Revise all the topics covered in the previous sessions

  • Identify mistakes committed during question-solving in the previous sessions

  • Go through all the important pointers prepared during the previous sessions

  • Practise as many questions based on all the topics covered during the day

00:00 HRS 

Go to bed 

Monthly Preparation Plan for AIIMS MBSS 

Here is how the AIIMS MBBS 2020 aspirants should create their monthly preparation strategy for AIIMS MBBS 2020 entrance exam:

Sample 1:

Subject Name

Physics

Total Number of Topics to Cover

20

Days Left for the Entrance Exam

180 (6 Months)

Ideal Number of Topics to be Covered per Month 

3 to 4

All the topics can be covered in

5 Months

Time Left for Revision & Mock Test Practise

One Month

Sample 2:

Subject Name

Chemistry

Total Number of Topics to Cover

33

Days Left for the Entrance Exam

180 Days 

Ideal Number of Topics to be Covered per Month

5 to 6

All the topics can be covered in

5 Months

Time Left for Revision & Mock Test Practise

One Month

Sample 3: 

Subject Name

Biology

Total Number of Topics to Cover

14

Days Left for the Entrance Exam

180 

Ideal Number of Topics to be covered per Month

2 to 3

All the topics can be covered in

5 Months

Time Left for Revision & Mock Test Practise

One Month

Also Read: Check the Syllabus of AIIMS MBBS 

Break Down of AIIMS MBBS 2020 Syllabus

Sample 1:

Subject Name

Physics

Total Number of Topics

20

Days Required to Complete One Topic

2 Days (maximum)

Total number of topics that can be covered per week (6-days)

03

7th Day of Week 

Practise Sample Test Papers or Mock Test Papers

How Can I Prepare for 12th Board Exams and AIIMS MBBS Exam Simultaneously?

A good chunk of AIIMS MBBS 2020 applicants will be those who are still either in class XI or XII but have their eyes fixed on one of the 1205 seats in the 15 AIIMS combined. The aim of such students is not to waste a year in preparing for the AIIMS MBBS entrance exam as the AIIMS MBBS 2020 entrance exam syllabus is similar to what they studied in their XIth and XIIth class. However, without a proper strategy and immense hard work, the chances of surviving such a tough competition and secure a seat in one of the 15 AIIMS will not be possible. Hence, such students are suggested to read the preparation strategy to crack AIIMS MBBS 2020 compiled by CollegeDekho.

  • Every medical aspirant should possess a comprehensive knowledge regarding the syllabus of AIIMS MBBS entrance exam before they begin preparing for the same. Class XIth and XIIth students will be in a more advantageous position as they won’t have to prepare separately for the entrance exam. They can cover most of the AIIMS MBBS 2020 syllabus by going through the NCERT textbooks. Such applicants can devote their maximum time going through those topics beyond their Class XIth and XIIth curriculum

  • Every student has some strong and weak areas in every subject. Applicants who are still in class XIth or XIIth will have adequate time to turn their weakness/s into strength if worked upon in the right manner. The very thought of having a weak area should not matter to the students. Firstly, the students should identify all those areas which will require rework. Then they must select the best way to address the issue like consulting experts, teachers, seniors etc. The candidates may also opt for extra classes to solder the chinks in their armoury

  • The applicants must also plan out a proper study schedule to ensure that they complete the entire syllabus thoroughly. To parallelly cover the AIIMS MBBS course and course designed by the school, the students must have a study schedule which is well-planned

  • The aspirants must also not forget to practise mock test, sample test and previous year AIIMS MBBS test papers. It will help the aspirants to identify the changes in trends and prepare accordingly for the entrance exam. It will also be useful in teaching the aspirants how to manage their time during the entrance exam to help them complete the entire paper within the given time limit

Division of Syllabus for AIIMS MBBS Exam Preparation

Sample 1:

Name of Subject

Physics

Total Number of Topics

20

One Topic to be Completed in

2 Days

Total Topics should be Completed in a Week (Monday to Saturday)

3

Final Day 

Revision, Mock Test, Sample Test Papers

The AIIMS MBBS 2020 aspirants can take reference from the table below to prepare a study schedule that will suit them most.

Ideal Preparation Hours Per Day

4-5 Hours

18:00 to 20:00 HRS

  • Pick a chapter of your choice

  • Read the entire chapter in a thorough manner

  • Jot down the important points in the chapter

  • Practise all the equations (in case of Physics and Chemistry) and diagrams (for Biology)

20:00 to 21:00 HRS

Break Time

21:00 to 23:00 HRS 

  • Revise everything done during the previous session

  • Practise more questions to solidify your conceptual base

23:00 HRS 

Bed Time

If you further have any doubts or queries with regard to AIIMS MBBS preparation strategy and study plan, you can as your query through Q & A section of CollegeDekho.

Important Instructions

  • Candidates are advised to reach the examination center on time and not wait until the last minute. There are several mandatory pre-examination activities such as biometric capture, photo capture, etc. that require time. In order to avoid delay in starting the examination, candidates must enter the examination center at least 30 minutes before the scheduled start of the examination.
  • Candidates should not bring a pen/pencil to the examination hall. The pen is provided by AIIMS at the examination center for completing examination formalities and rough work (if any) on the back side of Admit Card.
  • Candidates should not bring wristwatches, cell phones, pagers, calculators or any kind of electronic gadgets, Bluetooth devices etc. in the examination hall; all these items are strictly prohibited.
  • Any electronic item found with the candidate during the examination, even if switched off, will be considered as an attempt to use unfair means and appropriate action will be taken.
  • In addition to the above, ornaments, head gear, hair bands, hair clips, belt, bags, credit cards, debit cards, books are strictly prohibited at the examination center.  AIIMS will not be responsible for the safekeeping of such articles as there will be no arrangements at the exam center for safekeeping of these items.
  • No candidate should carry any text material, printed or written, bits of papers or any other material except a copy of admit card inside the examination hall.
  • If a candidate is found to be copying/conversing with other candidates, he/she will be disqualified from taking that examination and the next one or two such examinations according to the nature of the offense.
  • Any attempt to note down questions during the examination will be viewed very seriously, and invite criminal proceedings.
  • Candidates must leave examination hall only after handing over the copy of Admit Card to the Invigilator.
  • Change, if any, in the address, Mobile Number, E-mail ID should be promptly reported to the Asstt. Controller (Examinations), AIIMS, New Delhi.

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