NEET / AIPMT 2017-2018
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Prepare for NEET-AIPMT
For Physics Theory books Concepts of Physics by HC Verma, & NCERT-Physics CBSE-PMT by Anil-Aggarwal, NCERT Physics Part 1 & 2. Physics Objective books for all indian pre-medical exam by D C. Pand,ey (Arihant-Publications)
For Chemistry :- Theory books GR-Bhatla publications by O P. Tondon, Objective books – O P. Tondon by G R. Bhatla and,, A book by Arihant publications
For Biology :- Theory books Pradeep’s, and, HC Verma Volume-1, Volume-2, Companion biology by K-Bhatti Objective biology by Dinesh and, AIIMS-Explorer by MTG, Truemen’s objective.
NEET Exam Preparation plan : –
Any Exam crack basic rule is to understand, your weaknesses, & turn them into strengths, so, is the case with AIPMT-2017. You just begun studying in XIth-stand,ard, you must simultaneously make notes of important formulae, and, Equations. Once through with a chapter or concept, attempt the Sample and, Example of questions based on it. This is the best way to gauge if you have learnt the concept well or is there a scope for development.
Reservation : AIPMT under 15% all India Quota seats. There is seats reservation for the applicant who belong to the SC /ST /OBC /PH group.
15-per-cent Scheduled applicant
7.5-per-cent Scheduled Tribes
27-per-cent OBC (non-creamy applicant)
3-per-cent PH applicant
NEET Merit list
Successful candidate list will be prepared by the board on the basis of mark, that they scored in the exams, and, after making the merit list, board forwards it to the counselling authorities for the purpose of the seats allotments. In-case if 2 or more applicant will achieve same mark in the examination, the inter se merit of such students will be prepared on the given preferences:
Applicant obtaining higher-marks in Chemistry and Biology in the exam and Applicant with less no. of attempted wrong answer in all subjects in the exam. Applicant older in age to be preferred.
NEET Important Dates
Compared to the previous / last year schedule, we are providing the tentative dates of AIPMT exam.
December Starting Online Application Form
January last date of submitting application form (without late fee)
Feb. last date of application submitting (with late fee)
April Uploading Admit Card
May Date of Examination
3rd week of May OMR Releasing Date
Last week of May Answer Key Date
June Result declaration
NEET-AIPMT Application Form will be available through online process. The form will be provided from the official website of the NEET-AIPMT Board. Application form won’t provide through offline mode. The application form of the AIPMT will be available in December “tentative” . There is no changes will be allowed after submitting the application. Only 1 application form will be accepted by the conducting authority.
Before the form filling, cand,idates make the following preparation:
Latest photo Scanned images (10-Kb to 100-Kb)
Scanned Signature (3kb to 20Kb) and Scanned Right Hand, Finger Impression (3-Kb to 20-Kb)
NEET Application Form Fee
Fee will be deposited through the given ways (i) Credit Card (ii) Debit Card (iii) Remittance through e-Challan by depositing in CBSE Account (i) Syndicate Bank (ii) State Bank of India (iii) ICICI Bank and, (iv) HDFC Bank (v) Net Banking (vi) E-wallet of the Common Services Centre.
(i) Gen and, OBC Cand,idates : Rs. 1400/- (without late fee)
Rs. 2800/- (with late fee)
(ii) SC / ST / PH Cand,idates : Rs. 750/- (without late fee)
Rs. 2150/- (with late fee)
AIIMS (MBBS) Pattern
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NEET Exams Preparation Tips
(a) NEET / AIPMT re-revise. At least 4-5 revisions are a must before you start taking model test papers.
(b) If you are from a non-math subject at the 10+2 level, revise important formulae and have a good grasp of high school standard mathematics. Understanding of common terminology is a must.
(c) Buy objective books and practice answering questions. Attempt questions one by one and when you are finished, correct your responses.
(d) Test yourself on individual topics. Evaluate your performance, and continue revising if needed.
(e) Take mock tests (of the same three and a half hour length) one month prior to the test.
(f) Be thorough with the basics in physics, chemistry and biology of your class 11 and 12 board syllabus. Questions are asked from all the sections of the class 12 board – physics, chemistry and biology.
(g) Evaluate how many questions you marked incorrectly. Identify problem topics and revise before proceeding to the next chapter or next section.
(h) Do not study the day before the test. What you have studied until then is enough. Do not think at all. Relax, go for a walk, sleep or listen to music. Recharge your energy for the next day.
(i) Many candidates use coaching centers or private tutors to prepare. You may choose to do so, but before choosing one, identify your needs.
(j) Do not buy too many books. It’s better to read one book 10 times than read 10 books one time.
(k) Reach your examination center at least 30-40 minutes in advance to avoid any last minute hassle.
(l) Stop reading new fundamentals just before the exam. One month before the exam, concentrate on taking mock tests and revise what you have studied.
(m) Have a light snack before leaving for the examination center. This is a must to keep you energized during exam. Keep a water bottle with you during the exam, this will not only help with thirst, but help you to maintain a cool temperament during the examination.
AIIMS Domicile of Eligible for 15% All India Quota seats
If Student is not eligible to seek admission to MBBS / BDS seats in Medical / Dental College in the State of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Jammu & Kashmir. Student is also required to submit a self-declaration to this effect that he / she is not domicile of Andhra Pradesh, Telangna and J & K. There will be an option for one time online correction of personal particulars of candidates. However, candidate will not be allowed to correct CHOICE OF EXAM CENTRE AND LANGUAGE OF QUESTION PAPER under any circumstances.
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NEET or National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is conducted every year in the month of May by the CBSE Board at a national level. This exam is considered as a benchmark for students seeking admissions in BDS or MBBS courses offered by private and government medical institutions all over India. This exam is a one-tier exam for undergraduate medical as well as dental courses and seats are filled as per the cut-offs released by CBSE after the NEET exam.
If you are a medical aspirant, then this exam is indeed very important for you. In order to secure a good rank in the examination, students are highly recommended to prepare a study plan and religiously follow their schedule while collating the best study material as much as possible. Mentioned below are some of the tips that can prove to be extremely helpful for you while preparing for the NEET exam:
Prepare a Schedule
Before you begin with your preparation, it is of utmost importance to first prepare a good time-table. It is good not to have long study hours in your timetable as this will then mark your efficiency. Include short intervals in between your study hours to refresh your mind. Following your timetable will help you to cover the entire syllabus on time and without any chaos.
Go by the prescribed syllabus
Before beginning with your preparation, students are advised to first have a concrete knowledge about the syllabus, which is officially prescribed. Candidates should not study the topics which are not a part of the syllabus.
Collect best study materials
Students should have the best study material or NEET books to prepare for this entrance test and securing a good rank. You should study from the NCERT books and the other books meant for NEET exam.
Work on weaker areas