AIIMS is considered to be one of the most difficult exams in India, due to the less amount of seats available for students i.e about 807. In contrast, pre-medical students should be determined to give it their best shots. The AIIMS MBBS will be conducted as an online exam in several locations on May 26th & 27th in two shifts each day with a duration of 3 hours and 30 minutes. Results of the AIIMS 2018 will be declared on June 18, 2018.
Most of the students start their preparation for AIIMS after completion of the NEET examination, which gives them lesser time to study. Narayana is here to help you with few tips to save up on time.
- Advantage of NEET
The syllabus you have studied for NEET is very similar to AIIMS. NEET and AIIMS have Physics, Chemistry, Biology and General Knowledge. Apart, from General knowledge almost everything is covered in NEET itself, you would only require to revise everything you have already studied.
- Studying for General Knowledge
Allot yourself a timetable that gives 30 minutes to an hour of attention on reading the newspaper daily for current affairs. Pay more attention towards medical and science related news, as there will only be about 20 questions from general knowledge. Pick up newspapers that are a month or two older and do this everyday. But, don’t spend longer than an hour on reading newspapers.
- Other Subjects
It is fairly impossible to study the whole syllabus in a short span of time. So, focus on solving test series only. Solve a minimum of 1 paper daily, every morning. Then check for mistakes and revise the mistakes you may have made. Stay calm and focused and avoid random thoughts to make sure your revision is on point. Study as much as you can but with full attention. This will help you get good scores. Do not worry.