AIPMT 2016 AMBIKESH PANDEY
NATIONAL LEVEL OFFLINE TEST
Ambikesh appeared in AIPMT in 2010. He scored 75% marks in it. He has his medical studies from Assam Medical College.He studied from the notes provided by Aakash Institute and Allen Career Institute. He says, Human Physiology is very scoring so, better to finish it first before moving to the other parts. He preferred NCERT text books and revised all the things in 15 days before the exam which helped in mesmerizing the subject topics. For chemistry, he chose the notes and practiced from P. Bahadur practice exercises. He preferred coaching notes for Physics. He says, practicing previous years question papers of AIPMT, AIEEE and AIIMS helps in a better way. From his point of view of examination, NCERT textbooks are not sufficient for Physics.
He further answered some important questions which will clear your doubts regarding exam
Ans. Unfortunately 3rd counselling of AIPMT was withheld in 2010 and during the 2nd counselling, I was offered to these colleges-
|Coaching Classes||Online Study Material||Coaching Study Material||Mock & Sample Test papers||Study Groups||Subject Wise Classes||Self-Study|
|High||Very Low||High||Very Low||Very Low||Low||Very High|
Ans. I joined Allen Career Institute and I would say that it was sufficient for me but one cannot be totally dependent on these coaching classes for guidance. They would teach you a lot but you need your own guidance to select what to read and what to leave, and it’s really important, even I must say it is the only important thing.
Ans. During class 12th, firstly I prepared for AIPMT from April to December and then I focused on my class 12 exams in the duration of January and February. Most of the things are same for class 12 as well as for AIPMT preparation, the only difference is, for class 12 it is theoretical exam and objective approach for the AIPMT. Don’t get panic, all things are same.
Ans. My Physics was good and Biology was moderately good. But Chemistry was the poorest of all. I got good in chemistry from my coaching institute- Allen. Teachers from the achiever batch were just awesome and it worked for me. I practiced notes given by them as well as the coaching module worksheets.
Ans. 1. Make your biology and chemistry as strong as possible and do not forget to have a look of NCERT text books.
2. Search out your weak points and focus on them.
3. Other than coaching classes, always give your best for self-study.
4. Go for revision at least 5 times in the last few months.
5. During 2 days before exams believe in yourself, be stress free, take at least 8-10 hours of sleep, don’t get panic, and don’t go for new unread things. Just revise and all the best.
Ans. I appeared for offline test series offered from Allen Institute and my suggestion is one should always prefer offline test series.
Ans. I never did any online preparation, and my suggestion is same. One should always go for the offline test series as well as study materials provided by different institutes. I suggest, Aakash Institute’s study materials for AIPMT.
Ans. Give your first preference to previous year question papers of AIPMT and AIIMS for biology and include AIEEE question paper for physics. Always try to finish your biology and chemistry part first. And yes, if this is not much, go for the same notes which you preferred earlier. Do not go for any new note. Join a test and discussion as well as test series. Crash courses may be useful sometimes. And remember to revise the previous year papers should be your first aim.
Ans. I would have given a bit more time for biology and chemistry particularly organic and inorganic. Because these things are scoring and less time consuming. Chances of error are also less as compared to physics. And yes, I would have revised few more times specially biology and chemistry.
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