Important Dates for AIIMS Exam
|Online Registration Starts||1st Week of March 2014|
|Online Registration Ends||March 24, 2014|
|AIIMS 2014 Admit Card Download||May 16, 2014|
|AIIMS 2014 Entrance Exam Online and Offline Mode||June 1, 2014|
|Declaration of AIIMS 2014 Result||July 1, 2014|
Details of AIIMS Exam
AIIMS admits 77 students for its MBBS course every year through its competitive entrance examination. The distribution details are as follows:
37 Seats for General Candidates
11 Seats for Scheduled Castes
05 Seats for Scheduled Tribes
19 Seats for Other Backward Classes (OBC)
05 Seats for Foreign Nationals
For Indian Nationals 3% reservations for orthopaedic physically handicapped shall be provided on horizontal basis, in the seats available.
Syllabus for AIIMS Examination 2014-
These are the topics that will be covered in the AIIMS 2014 syllabus-
Dermatology & Venereology
Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Forensic Medicine & Toxicology
AIIMS Exam Eligibility Criteria
- Candidates should have passed 12th class examination under 10+2 system or an equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English securing a minimum of 60% marks (50% in case of Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe candidates) aggregate in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English or whose results of Class-XII are likely to be declared by 7th July, 2010 are eligible to apply.
- The candidate should have attained the age of 17 (seventeen) years as on 31st December of the year of admission.
How to Prepare for AIIMS Exam ?
- Plain old hard work is the answer to the pertinent question about cracking the AIIMS pre-medical test. Make sure you have the entire syllabus for the test handy. Acquire a set of standard text books from where you can learn and get familiar with all the fundamentals. You should ideally graduate to the other books after having cleared your basics.
- For those who think they need an external source of discipline, joining a coaching centre is good idea. Not only do they provide you with a schedule to follow on a daily/weekly basis, they also help you assess and gauge yourself against other students in the centre. It would be ideal if you can form a study group comprising of bright students.
- Old question papers are a gold mine of marks. It is a well-known fact that at least 10% to 30% of the questions in most pre-medical entrance exams including the one of AIIMS have repeat questions. Do not miss out on the opportunity to answer all such question correctly.
- Practice, practice and practice. Attempting at least 200-300 questions on a daily basis is the easiest way to get top ranks. Attempting questions adds necessary knowledge, refreshes memory and corrects previously retained incorrect concepts and facts. Take as many simulated tests as possible, emulating the actual examination’s timings and atmosphere.