All India Pre-Medical Test is considered to be one of the most toughest exam conducted in order to get admission in various prestigious medical institutions across India. Some of the states and universities have fully opted for admissions through AIPMT. According to government norms, candidates who scores good marks in AIPMT gets admission in these government sponsored colleges or universities. However, those states which have their own medical entrance test, have 15 percent of seats reserved for AIPMT scorers.
On 25 July 2015, AIPMT re-test was conducted by CBSE as the test conducted on 3 May was cancelled by Honorable Supreme Court of India for high tech cheating racket. The re-test was being conducted as ordered by Supreme Court. Approximately 6.35 lakh students appeared for retest which took place across various test centers in India. Various news sources also reported that nearly 30% students missed the AIPMT re-test held on 25 July.
AIPMT paper consists of three subjects namely physics, chemistry and biology. All questions are multiple choice questions. The question paper was of 180 marks, 45 marks for physics, 45 marks for chemistry and 90 marks for biology which includes zoology and botany. Each right question carry 4 marks while for every wrong answer negative marking of 1 marks each.
Subject wise review of AIPMT re-test
Physics – Physics section consists of 45 marks. The questions were framed mainly from topics like mechanics, thermodynamics, SHM and waves. As per candidates who appeared for re-test, physics was the toughest among all papers as it contained questions based on numerical, students have to spend more time in it.
Chemistry – The questions included were mainly from chapters like organic and inorganic chemistry. This portion was less time consuming as compared to physics.
Biology – Since it is the main subject which AIPMT gives more stress on. This subject includes many topics like reproduction, plant physiology, ecology and cell structure. Students rated biology paper as moderate that were neither hard nor easy.
Overall paper was easy as compared to the question paper of 3 May exam. Most of the students mentioned that physics created problems but overall paper was fine.
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Though, CBSE have not released the answer key yet but unofficial answer key are available online. CBSE will soon declare the OMR sheet of every candidate online. The candidates are instructed to login to the AIPMT account with help of their registration number and password to gain access to their answer key or OMR sheets. Candidates can log on to www.aipmt.nic.in for further information.