Last minute tips for AIPMT Exam 2016

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The AIPMT is just around the corner and although the students by now will be more jittery than ever, but the right way to prepare yourself is to check your nerves and prepare well for the examination. The All India Pre-Medical Test will be conducted in the month of May 2016

The key to clearing your examination are sound and clear cut tips and staying positive and to avoid nervousness and not let your nerves get to you. You should not be running on empty, although the revision and preparation is a must so is food and sleep. You should not be over exerting yourself and trying to do everything at this moment. Stick to the things you know. Eight hours of sleep is a must before the examination, experts say.

Avoid things, people or situations that distract you. Let’s look at some tips to adhere to while preparing for AIPMT.

  • Revision is a must, so considering the syllabus at hand you should have by now completed your syllabus and already started your revisions.
  • Do not divulge into new topics. Stick to the topics you have already done and try not learn things at this point in time.
  • Spend more time on Biology. Since 50 per cent of your examination would be from Biology, it is advised you spend more time revising a subject which will be having 90 out of the total 180 questions. Do your revisions from the NCERT class XI and XII books rather than other books.
  • Topics such as morphology, anatomy and kingdoms have been given importance. Diagrams, scientists, their achievements, and dates mentioned are of importance when revising Biology.
  • When revising Physics, give an extra minute to let the formulas register, as these are very important and revising the formulas will definitely prove beneficial.
  • For Chemistry, experts say that formulas of physical chemistry, list of characters, formulae for important chemicals and minerals are a must.

Make sure you prepare things you will need for the examination a night before. Your roll number, admit card, wrist watch, photograph and exam kit and if there is anything else you will require. As digital watches with calculator are not allowed, as mentioned in the prospectus, so to be on the safer-side take along an analogue watch so that there is no confusion.