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Content Writer: Shubham S Nimje


Published on: Sat Jan 13 2024Updated on: Mon Feb 05 2024

For aspiring doctors in India, securing a seat at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) represents the pinnacle of achievement. The AIIMS MBBS entrance exam, notoriously competitive, demands meticulous preparation and a strategic approach. This article unveils the secrets to unlocking your potential and navigating the path towards joining the esteemed AIIMS fraternity.

Understanding the Entrance:

  • What is it? The AIIMS MBBS entrance exam grants admission to the prestigious Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) program offered by AIIMS institutions across India.
  • Who conducts it? The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) itself administers the exam.
  • When is it held? Typically held in May, the registration window usually opens in December/January.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Nationality: Indian citizen or Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholder.
  • Age: Must not have completed 25 years by December 31st of the exam year (relaxations for reserved categories).
  • Educational Qualification: 10+2 science stream qualification with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology as compulsory subjects, and at least 50% aggregate marks (45% for reserved categories).

Exam Structure:

The AIIMS MBBS entrance exam is a single-day affair comprising:

  • Physics: 40 questions, 160 marks
  • Chemistry: 40 questions, 160 marks
  • Biology: 40 questions, 160 marks
  • General Knowledge: 20 questions, 40 marks

Preparation Tips:

  • Embrace consistency: Start early and maintain a regular study schedule for optimal knowledge retention.
  • Syllabus mastery: Familiarize yourself thoroughly with the prescribed NCERT syllabus for all subjects.
  • Master the fundamentals: Solidify your understanding of core concepts before delving into advanced topics.
  • Practice and refine: Solve numerous practice questions and mock tests to gauge your strengths, weaknesses, and time management skills.
  • Seek guidance: Consider joining coaching classes for structured learning, expert mentorship, and access to quality study materials.
  • Sharpen your tools: Utilize resources like NCERT textbooks, reference books, online platforms, and educational videos.
  • Stay informed: Keep updated with current affairs and advancements in the medical field through credible sources.
  • Believe in yourself: Maintain a positive attitude, persevere through challenges, and trust your abilities.

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