AIPMT Paper Analysis 2015
AIPMT Exam Analysis for difficulty level and over all paper for the examination will be made available here. Candidates can Check Here the analysis of paper and questions asked.
AIPMT Paper Analysis 2014
Candidates can see the AIPMT 2014 Exam Analysis here. This shall help students understand the level of difficulty of the paper subject wise.
Last year, CBSE had conducted NEET UG. This year onward, the exam is conducted as AIPMT, but unlike previous years, there is only one stage. Previously, the exam was conducted as prelims and mains MBBS entrance exam. This year onwards, only one main exam is being held.
AIPMT 2014 Exam Analysis
The question paper had 180 questions, to be answered in 3 hours. There were 90 questions of Biology, and 45 each of Physics and Chemistry.
Almost equal importance was given to topics from Class 11 and 12th. There were slightly more questions of Class 11 Biology. In case of Physics, and Chemistry, there were around 22-23 questions from 11th, and rest from class 12th topics.
Physics - Questions were asked from Mechanics, Electrodynamics, Modern Physics, Heat and Thermodynamics, and other subjects.
Chemistry - Maximum questions were asked from topics related to Physical and Inorganic chemistry.
Biology - 50% of the exam was concentrated on Biology. There were questions on the topics of Genetics and Evolution, Ecology, Animal Physiology, Cell Structure and Function, The living world, Plant Physiology.
AIPMT 2014 Exam Analysis – Level of Difficulty
Around 15 questions were Very Easy, 30 were Easy, 30 questions could be said to be Difficult, and the rest were of Average Difficulty level.
AIPMT Paper Analysis 2013 (NEET UG)
The overall NEET 2013 exam paper quality can be rated as good. The questions asked in NEET-2013 are above average standard. If we talk about Physics, the level of questions is relatively higher than the previous year AIPMT exam. Although the exam is based on NCERT, however some questions are out of scope of NCERT syllabus. Question are asked from almost all chapters equally except the chapters like Oscillations. Additionally, one question is out of the topics specified in NEET-2013 syllabus (i.e. rolling of body without slipping). Standard of the paper is above the NCERT standards.
With respect to the Chemistry paper, it was a typical medical entrance exam test paper. Equal weightage was given to all the three sections i.e., Physical, Organic and Inorganic Chemistry. There were less number of questions involving lengthy calculations rather more questions were of deep understanding level. A student having a very sound knowledge of basic concepts would score good marks. Although questions similar to questions given in standard NCERT book were asked but some of the good quality questions asked in the paper were from outside sources also. Students equipped with focused guidance for NEET would be able to crack this examination comfortably.
As far as Biology portion is concerned, the questions were of good competitive level. The questions and diagrams used in the paper are broadly from the NCERT. However, in some questions the statements given have some discrepancies. Some statements though, have been rectified in the new edition of NCERT, but the question framed seemed to be from the old edition with incorrect information. This has created confusion among the students. Some of the examples mentioned have not been mentioned in current edition of NCERT. For such questions, the student should be given the due benefit. Otherwise, the question paper has been largely appreciated among the students.