An overview of All India Pre Medical Test 2015

The All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) happens to be India’s most important medical entrance examination for undergraduate medical programs because it allows aspiring candidates the chance to secure a seat in some the country’s best medical colleges. Like the past few years, CBSE will once again assume the responsibility of administering the exam with transparency and flawlessly. The board has already made available the details of the AIMPT 2015 and here’s a brief overview of what you should know before getting started with the application process. CBSE has advised aspiring candidates to carefully go through the information bulletin available for download on the official AIPMT website. Online submission of forms can also be done by visiting the same website  Also, after the online application form is submitted, the candidates are strictly advised to retain at least three print outs of the confirmation page of online application. Apart from that, the candidates should also retain scanned copies of their photographs. The email ID and mobile number used in the application form should be candidate’s own because the CBSE will be sending important information and updates regarding the exam by SMS and email only. All candidates in the age group of 17 to 25 years (as of December 31, 2015) will be eligible to sit in the exam. The upper age limit, however, is relaxed by five years for candidates belonging to Schedule Caste, Schedule Tribe and Physical Handicapped categories. Students from Andhra Pradesh, Telengana and Jammu & Kashmir are not eligible for the 15 per cent all India quota. All candidates must be either Indian citizen, or Overseas Citizen of Indian (OCI). To be eligible for admission on the basis of score received in the AIPMT, the candidate must have passed his or her 12th (or equivalent) with Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Bio Technology. Those appearing in their 12th (or equivalent) can also sit in the examination, but they will have to furnish the details of their performance in the exam within a pre-specified period. AIPMT 2015 will be based on one paper comprising 180 multiple choice objective type questions. Equal weightage will be given to Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Each candidate will be provided with a machine generated question paper and he/she will have to select the correct answers from the list of available options using a ball pen. Candidates are allowed to choose either English or Hindi as their preferred language. Those who want to take the test in English will receive the test booklet in English only. On the other hand, those who choose Hindi will be given the test booklet in both English and Hindi. Admit cards for the exam will be issued online through the AIPMT website from April 1, 2015. CBSE has already made it clear that it won’t be sending physical copies of the admit card by post. Also, the board won’t issue duplicate copies of candidates’ admit cards at the exam center under any circumstance. Candidates are required submitting three of their preferred exam centers while submitting the application form. While, efforts will be made to allot a center in one of the places selected by the candidate, CBSE reserves the right to allot a different center outside candidate’s personal choices. The exam will be held on May 3, 2015 from 10:00 am to 01:00 pm. The schedule announced by the board will remain unchanged even if a public holiday is declared on the given date. The questions asked in the exam will be based on the common syllabus recommended by the Medical Council of India (MCI). The results are likely to be announced on June 5, 2015. The score cards will be made available for download on the official AIPMT website. The OMR answer sheets will be made available on the AIPMT website on any three days between May 20, 2015 to May 25, 2015. CBSE has advised aspiring candidates to keep visiting the website from time to time for updates.


AIPMT 2009 Pattern

AIPMT 2009 Pattern –  AIPMT 2009 Mains to be Subjective Test, Objective from 2010, informs Central board of Secondary Education (CBSE).Recently, The Supreme Court had approved the Central Board of Secondary Education’s proposal to have objective type tests in both the preliminary and final examinations for filling the 15 per cent all India quota for admissions to medical/dental courses in 2009. Read Complete News AIPMT 2009 Pattern

Related Link : AIPMT 2009 Success Pack – Solved Question Papers Book (incl. 2008 Questions and Test Preparation MCQ Practice CD

AIPMT 2009 Application Forms are out

CBSE has notified that aspirants can buy AIPMT 2009 Application Forms from the designated branches of Canara Bank and Regional Offices of CBSE only in cash. Application Form obtained from an unauthorized source will be REJECTED.

AIPMT 2009 Schedule

Application forms will be available from Oct 22, 2008

Last Date for receipt of completed Application Forms for both Offline and Online in CBSE is 04-12-2008.

1.   AIPMT 2009 Preliminary Examination         –           5th April, 2009 (Sunday)
2.   AIPMT 2009 Final Examination                   –           10th May , 2009 (Sunday)

AIPMT 2010 Notification is out For More info Check out CBSE AIPMT 2010 Admission Notification

No change in CBSE AIPMT 2009 pattern

CBSE AIPMT 2009 pattern  will remain the same as in 2008. Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi have announced the schedule for All India Pre Medical/ Dental Entrance Test (AIPMT)

CBSE has announced the schedule of AIPMT Entrance Examination

The AIPMT 2009 Preliminary Exam is scheduled for April 5, 2009 and the Mains Exams will be held on May 10

AIPMT 2009 aspirants can collect the Application Forms from October 22, 2008 and the Last date of submission is 1st December 2008. The Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi, would be conducting the All-India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Examination. This entrance examination is being conducted exclusively for the 15% merit positions for the Medical/Dental Colleges of India as specified in the directive of the court and will be governed by the rules and regulations specified for the same by the Government of India, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare from time to time.

Check out complete Details >>>> CBSE AIPMT

AIPMT 2010 Preparation – Multiple Choice Question Bank CD and Previous 12Years Solved Question Papers (including 2009 questions)

Only 1.6 lakh students sit for CBSE AIPMT 2008

As against about two lakh candidates in 2007, only about 1.6 lakh students appeared for the CBSE AIPMT 2008 , conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), on Sunday.

“It seems students are getting more attracted to engineering than medicine. It may be due to better pay package and benefits in engineering,” a senior official in CBSE said. >. Read Complete article