AIIMS 2018 Question Paper Analysis
'A student who had prepared diligently for the exam will be able to answer close to 80% of the paper without any challenges,' said Mr. Vinay MR, Chief Content Office & Teacher, BYJU'S - The Learning App. Talking about the difficulty level of the question paper he said, 'The question paper was slightly towards the difficult side with physics being the toughest of the four(Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and General Knowledge). Other sections were moderately difficult and students who have covered all the topics should be scoring well in these three domains. The moderate level of Chemistry, Physics, and GK is a good way to balance out the difficulties in the Physics domain. Physics saw a few questions which are quite challenging for the students and a major part of Chemistry dealt with organic chemistry.'
'Overall, the paper was very satisfactory with questions which were not only aimed at targeting a student's theoretical subject knowledge but also at a student's analytical capabilities which needed deeper understanding of the subject,' he further added.
The AIIMS MBBS competitive entrance examination was of one paper consisting of 200 Objective Type (Multiple Choice and Reason-Assertion type) questions from Physics, Chemistry, Biology and General Knowledge/Aptitude.
Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Botany & Zoology) carried 60 questions while General Knowledge and Aptitude & Logical Thinking had 10 questions.
The general standard of the questions of the AIIMS MBBS competitive entrance examination was that of 12th class under the 10+2 Scheme/Intermediate Science. However, no syllabus has been prescribed by the Institute for the examination.
According to the examination scheme, each correct response will get a score of 1 mark. Each incorrect response will get a score of minus-one-third. No credit will be given for the questions not answered or marked for review.
The AIIMS MBBS entrance results will be declared on June 18. The results will be released on aiimsexams.org.
The examination results for each shift would be prepared in the form of Raw Scores, Percentages, and Percentiles (up to 7 decimal places) separately for each of the four subjects (Biology, Physics, Chemistry and General Knowledge) and the Total.
The Percentile of the Total shall not be an aggregate or average of the Percentile of individual subjects.
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