AIPMT 2015 Preparation Tips

With the dates for AIPMT 2015 being declared as 3rd May 2015. The All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Examination 2015 shall be conducted by the CBSE and the date has been now released. The date fixed for the AIPMT 2015 is 3rd May 2015 and the exam shall be held across the county except Jammu & Kashmir and Andhra Pradesh. The entrance exam is considered to be the gateway for BDS and MBBS courses and the scores of AIPMT shall fetch the aspirants, seats in various Government Medical/Dental Colleges across the country.



Questions: Time
AIPMT 2015 question paper consists a total of 180 Questions
of objective type with multiple choices. Each of the subjects (Chemistry,
Physics and Mathematics) shall carry 45 questions.
3 hours shall be allotted to complete the AIPMT 2015 Exam Every correct shall be awarded with 4 marks and every wrong
answer shall be deducting 1 mark.
AIPMT 2015 Question Booklet shall carry 4 sets and each of the
booklets shall be in English as well as Hindi. The candidates are supposed to
choose their own choice of language while filling the AIPMT 2015 application


The general standard of the All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) entrance test 2015 shall be that of class 12th and the syllabus set shall be as per the class 12 syllabus.

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Difficulty levels of last three years AIPMT Papers:

Year Physics Chemistry Biology
2013 Average difficulty Average toughness, The questions from Physical Chemistry were more of conceptual and calculation based Higherdifficulty levelin comparison to that of 2012 AIPMT Question paper
2012 Much easierincomparison to that of 2011 AIPMT Question paper Average difficulty level but tricky questions Moderatedifficulty level
2011 Little trickyand above averagedifficulty level Increased difficulty in comparison to that of 2010 AIPMT Question paper Averagedifficulty level


  • Have thorough understanding of the syllabus and make sure you complete the entire syllabus and no topicsfrom the syllabus shall be missed out from preparation.
  • Note down all the important formula of mathematics and chemistry separately and get along with them during the last minute preparation. By noting these formulas separately you can also refer them at any point while practicing the numerical.
  • Planning strategically can help a lot while preparing for the AIPMT, keep sufficient time for the revision and group discussion with friends. It helps you boost your confidence and also makes your basic strong.
  • Practice as many test papers and sample papers you can in order to have a thorough idea of the question expected in the main exam.
  • Prepare notes of meanings and short definitions of terminologies of Biology, Botany and Zoology while preparing. This is very helpful in the last minute preparation as you can find all the stuff at one place and can revise perfectly.
  • As the subjects like Biology, botany and zoology have more of theory and diagrams, practicing the diagrams vigorously can help a lot in the exam as these diagrams can be asked in the exam and questions can be framed out of it.
  • Sort out all the doubts at the earliest by discussing it with the teachers or even friends
  • Preparing from the NCERT books helps a lot while preparing for AIPMT and other medical and engineering entrances as the syllabus for these exams are almost the same as of the NCERT books and hence having a thorough overview from the NCERT books can help you score great.
  • Revise all the topics thoroughly as the AIPMT questions are not repeated always and by revising thoroughly one can ace the topics and can answer any question asked from it.
  • Practice all the pas years AIPMT question papers as this can be very helpful in understanding the format of questions asked in the exam.

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The Right Time to Prepare for JEE 2015 is NOW!

Sometimes despite preparing well in time for the exam we feel unsure about it. But at times though we might start late, we feel much confidant. So it is basically not about how much time we put into the preparations, but how focussed we are and what kind of methodology we follow. This whole idea is to imply that it is still not late to start preparing for JEE 2015!

  •  Understand Syllabus and Pattern 


 If you are still thinking about beginning your preparations, then understanding the syllabus and pattern of JEE 2015 is best way to strategize your preparation. Find your strong and weak points, then accordingly plan how to go about it.


  • JEE and Boards – Prepare Simultaneously


The new selection system gives importance to the Class XII board marks as well, so you must prepare for both the exams together! Start with the NCERT problems as your 12th class boards depend on it. Also, they are the building blocks (basics) for the JEE syllabus. Thus, thorough the NCERT syllabus. 

  •  Managing Time 


Exam pressure takes a toll on everyone and as the clock goes on ticking away, the confusion starts getting deeper and deeper. So in the beginning itself, devote time equally to all the 3 subjects. Map your strengths and weaknesses. Devote time accordingly. Also, try and finish topic by topic and not in a haphazard way.


  •  Find the Right Resources


There are numerous books and material available for JEE preparation in the market. But you just can’t buy everything, right? Even if you buy ten books, there would be many others with problems of different types. So instead of going behind too many resources, stick to your textbooks, class notes and coaching class study material. A thorough preparation of these with a strong command over the basics is enough to do the trick! 

  • Month- wise Planning


Apart from the time management, make a monthly time table to track your progress. As you would go on finishing topic, you will start feeling more and more confident about your preparations. You can finish the course ideally by Feb and in the month of Feb you can do a thorough revision for the Board exams falling in March 2015. And in April and May 2015 you devote all the time for revision of your JEE study material, revision of concepts, theories and formulae and for solving mock tests and practice papers.

  •  Don’t Fall for Selective Studying


If you have prepared well and if you would know the seriousness of JEE 2015, you would not tend to go to the important topics. But one thing is rather important to understand that all the 3 subjects are important and have to be completed simultaneously. Also, the syllabus for Class 11 and 12 contribute about 45% and 55% respectively of IIT- JEE question papers. So prepare accordingly.

  •  Stay Away from Negative Influence


There might be relatives or acquaintances who would try to demotivate you or pull you down. Do not listen to them. They would just make it difficult for you. At the end it is just your will-power and confidence which will take you to places. There are students who clear competitive exams despite lack of any resources. So just listen to your heart and be amongst those who support you and believe in you.


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JEE Main 2014 Answer Key Challenge

Out of 11.85 Lacs candidates who took JEE Main Offline Exam conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education on 6th April, 2014 1100 candidates filed challenges citing errors against the JEE Main 2014 answer keys published by CBSE in its website While some students challenged 2 questions each in physics and mathematics majority of them challenged for 2 errors found in physics question paper. CBSE has to answer minimum 2 errors found in JEE Main question paper for which all should get equal marks whether attempted or not. Or, These questions should be eliminated for valuation purpose. Moreover, CBSE should have taken precaution in setting error free question paper as this is an important national level examination.

The answer keys were provided on JEE Main website to students for verifying and challenging with a fee of Rs 1,000 per question. As per CBSE, if the challenge is accepted and corrected by the Board, the fee shall be refunded to the challenging candidate. While all the questions are same for all candidates the justification of collecting challenging fee from each candidate is questionable.

JEE main is conducted for the 2nd time in India and around 11.85 lacs students took the offline test held on 6th April 2014. While JEE Main scores will be directly used for admissions to undergraduate engineering programmes in all NITs and other centrally funded technical (CFTs) and engineering other institutions, the top 1.5 lakh candidates of this test will be eligible to take JEE Advanced exam for admissions into IITs, to be held on May 25, 2014. 

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Top 10 things to be careful about JEE Main 2014

JEE Main 2014 is going to be held during the month of April 2014. There are two modes of examination: pen and paper based and computer based. There are certain points you should be careful about the examination. This exam is a national level examination and there will be stiff competition among students to get higher ranks in order to secure a seat in NITs, IITs, other good and reputed colleges in India. Consider the following 10 points before entering the examination hall:

1. Admit Card:

JEE Main Admit Card can be downloaded from JEE Website ( from 1st March, 2014. You need to check important details about yourself printed on the admit card immediately after the download. If you find any discrepancy in the information, please contact JEE main Secretariat immediately for necessary action.

2. Reaching the Examination Hall:

You should reach the examination hall at least 30 minuted prior to the scheduled time for the examination. Avoid unnecessary traffic delays by starting early to the exam centre. It is even better to visit the venue prior to the date of examination to get yourself comfortable with the place, if you are new to the place.

3. Carry Necessary Documents with You:

Do not forget to carry necessary documents along with the admit card to the examination hall. Please go through the guidelines regarding Joint Entrance Examination (Main) 2014.

4. Cover the Whole Syllabus:

It is highly recommended to cover the entire syllabus prescribed for the examination without leaving portions of it. NCERT contents should be given higher importance to cover first before going through other reference materials. If you are attending coaching classes you should also finish up the materials provided by the institution.

5. Practice Good Number of Questions:

Practicing good number of questions of the same JEE main pattern is a must for all candidates appearing the test. You should practice different question banks published by different exam preparation organisations apart from your coaching institutions. This will bring you verities of questions with different standards to improve your level of preparation. Entranceindia provides online as well DVD question banks for the students appearing the test. You can visit our JEE Main section to know more about the practice options (model papers and sample papers) for the exam.

6. Go Through Important Formulas, Rules, etc at Regular Interval:

There are certain rules, formulas, theorems, etc which need to be remembered at any cost for attempting questions in the examination hall. Go through these important aspects and remember as soon as possible. Also revise it frequently so that you will never forget before the examination.

7. Do not Waste Time:

Do not waste your time in unnecessary activities so as to improve productivity towards the examination. You should avoid to chit chat, television and other disturbing activities from your daily schedule so that you can provide maximum hours for your studies. Start your day early to finish early and take good amount of sleep to relax.

8. Relax well and be Stress Free:

You should not be over stressed during exam time. Try to have healthy foods consisting of fruits and vegetables and reduce your anxiety over the examination preparation. Listen to light music and drink plenty of water to avoid stress related dehydration. You can do light exercise / yoga to keep yourself active and refreshing.

9. Do believe in God:

Keep faith in God and you will have good spirit to work hard for exam preparation. “God helps those who help themselves”. Do offer prayer everyday for blessings to work hard and to be in good health and mind during the preparation time.

10. Do Believe in Yourself:

Swami Vivekananda said “You cannot believe in God until you believe in yourself”. Believe in yourself and stand for your dream. Positive thinking brings abundant power and energy in yourself to work hard for  attaining success.

With Best Wishes for All JEE Main 2014 Candidates

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JEE Main and JEE Advanced may become one from 2015

The Ministry of HRD is planning for uniting JEE Main and JEE Advanced applicable from coming 2015. Students has to write only one common entrance test to take admission into NITs, IITs and other Government Funded Institutions. The news comes while the Ministry is also proposing for a common counselling for NITs and IITs from 2014 to avoid vacant seats in India’s most prestigious institutions.

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IIT JEE 2014 Counselling & NIT 2014 Counselling

Govt of India is proposing a common counselling for admission into Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and National Institutes of Technology (NITs) for avoiding vacant seats in IITs. Very soon Human Development Ministry may come out with an order for 16 IITs and 30 NITs to conduct counselling jointly for 2014 admission. In year 2013 as many as 600 seats were vacant in these institutions because lack of coordination among these institutions. IITs previously discarded the proposal citing their counselling precedes NITs counselling and the preference of candidates to join IITs over NITs. However, Govt may soon come with an order in this regard.

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Beware of Private Universities Overriding Their Jurisdiction; UGC Notifies

jee main jee advanced neet ugIn a public notice last week UGC warned students and parents from taking admission into Universities without having proper jurisdiction to impart the course. In many cases private universities registered under a state act shall have to offer courses within the territorial limits of a particular state. However, there are many universities violate this rule and offer courses beyond their jurisdiction. The extracts of public notice is here under:

Public Notice on

Courses/Study Centres/Off Campuses & Territorial jurisdiction of Universities

No. F.27-1/2012(CPP-II)                                                                                                                                                                                              27th June, 2013

The Commission has come across many advertisements published in National Dailies offering opportunities for the award of university degrees through various franchise programmes conducted by certain private4 institutions. These private establishments claiming themselves as study centres or learning centres of different universities enroll students for various degree programmes and also claim to be responsible for teaching and conduct of examinations. The faculty and the infrastructure belong to these private  agencies. The concerned university except providing syllabus and teaching materials, has no mechanism to monitor and maintain the academic standards of teaching being imparted at these centres. The Commission has taken a serious view of these misleading advertisements appearing in various newspapers.

It is, therefore, clarified for the information of all concerned, including students and parents that:

a)       a Central or State Government University can conduct courses through its own departments, its constituent colleges and/or through its affiliated Colleges;

b)      a university established or incorporated by or under a State act shall operate only within the territorial jurisdiction allotted to it under its Act and in no case beyond the territory of the state of its location;

c)       the private universities and deemed universities cannot affiliate any college or institution for conducting courses leading to award of  its diplomas, degrees or other qualifications.

d)      non University, whether central, state, private or deemed, can offer its programmes through franchising arrangement with private coaching institutions even for the purpose of conducting courses through distance mode.

e)       all universities shall award only such degrees as are specified by the UGC and published in the official gazette.

f)       the Universities shall conduct their first degree and Master’s de3gre programmes in accordance with the regulations notified by the Commission in this regard.

In this connection, the students and the general public are also hereby informed of the following regulating provisions pertaining to different types of universities;

A. UGC Regulations on Private Universities

A private university established under a State At shall be a unitary university. A private university may be permitted to open off campus centres, off shore campuses and study centres after five years of its coming into existence subject to the fulfillment of conditions as laid down under UGC(Establishment of & Maintenance of Standards in Private Universities) Regulations, 2003. As of now, the UGC has not granted permission to any Private University to establish off-campus/study centre.

B. UGC Regulations on Deemed Universities

A Deemed university shall operate only within its Headquart4ers or from those of campuses/off-shore campuses which acre approved by the Government of India through notification published in the official gazette.

In case of distance equation programmes, no institution deemed to be university, so declared by the Govt. of India after 26th May, 2010[date of publication of UGC (Institutions Deemed to be Universities) Regulations, 2010] is allowed to conduct courses in the distance mode.

The institutions deemed to be universities declared before 26the May 2010 are not allowed to conduct courses in distance mode form any of its off-campus centres/off-shore campuses approved after 26the May, 2010.

Approval for new courses and extension of approval of the courses already run by the Deemed to be Universities under distance mode would be granted by the UGC subject to the fulfillment of conditions as laid down by the UGC.

The UGC has not granted approval to any deemed to be university to establish study centres.

Any Information /clarification with regard to recognition of Private Universities/Deemed Universities and the courses offered by them may be obtained from JS (CPP-I) UGC,

C. Distance Education programmes of the Central Universities and State Govt. Universities

The Central/State Govt. Universities can conduct courses through distance mode in accordance with the provisions of their respective Act and after the approval of the UGC.

The information relating to recognized universities, list of specified degrees and all the relevant regulations/instructions/guidelines of the UGC are available on UGC website:

The Students are, advised not to take admission in the unapproved Study Centres, Off-Campus Centres, Franchisee Institutions, Colleges/Institutions claiming to be affiliated with Private Universities or Deemed Universities.


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List of NITs in India Imparting Engineering Education


List of NITs in India imparting engineering education
Sl. Name of NITs State Website
2 MNNIT Allahabad Uttar Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
4 MANIT Bhopal Madhya Pradesh
6 NIT Delhi Delhi
8 NIT Goa Goa
10 MNIT JAIPUR Rajasthan
11 Dr.
Ambedkar NIT Jalandhar
12 NIT Jamshedpur Jharkhand
13 NIT
14 NIT Manipur Manipur
15 NIT
16 NIT Mizoram Mizoram
17 NIT
18 VNIT Nagpur Maharastra
19 NIT
20 NIT Puducherry Puducherry
21 NIT
22 NIT Rourkela Orissa
23 NIT
24 NIT Silchar Assam
25 NIT
& K
26 SVNIT Surat Gujarat
27 NIT
28 NIT Tiruchirapalli Tamil Nadu
29 NIT
30 NIT Warangal Andhra Pradesh


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