The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) is the dream destination for almost all medical aspirants in the country.
The AIIMS MBBS Entrance Exam is the gateway to admission to AIIMS campuses across India. It's one of the toughest exams, but aspirants can crack it with the right preparation.
The exam is scheduled for 25-26 May, and here are some last-minute preparation tips.
Prepare a fresh study plan, cover the entire syllabus
First of all, aspirants must prepare a fresh study plan for the remaining days before the exam.
The AIIMS MBBS entrance exam will cover questions from Physics, Chemistry, Biology, General Knowledge and Aptitude, and Logical Thinking.
The AIIMS MBBS exam syllabus is vast and must plan properly to cover all the subjects and topics and ensure they have enough time for the same.
Prepare as per the latest exam syllabus, marks weightage
Apart from preparing a study timetable, aspirants should ensure that they have all the required books, including NCERT textbooks, and study material to prepare for the AIIMS entrance.
They should prepare as per the latest exam syllabus, pattern, questioning trends, marks weightage, etc.
However, they should avoid referring to too many books or study material in order to avoid confusion.
Do not study topics in detail, focus on revision keys
Aspirants must thoroughly revise all the topics of the subjects as prescribed in the syllabus.
However, they must concentrate more on the topics or concepts that are important as per the marks weightage distribution.
At the last-minute, students might not have time to study all topics in detail; so, revision keys or self-prepared notes are useful for quick revision.
Do not learn anything new, focus on your strengths
Also, aspirants must avoid learning anything new or referring to new books at the last minute as it might lead to confusion and increase the stress and burden.
Instead, they should focus on what they know and their strengths and stay relaxed.
They should regularly go through important formulae in physics, reactions in chemistry, and biology-related terminologies to score high.
#5: Solve previous papers, take mock tests to analyze performance
In order to crack the AIIMS entrance exams, solving previous question papers and sample papers is necessary. They should also take mock tests and analyze their performance on a regular basis, identify weak areas, and work on getting better.