Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Books For PMT 2010-Must Read

What to study?

This is one of the most frequently asked question , which book should we read for preparing for PMT Entrance test??

Here I am placing a list of few books which will be very help full in cracking AIPMT 2010. Get 21 Years Chapter wise CBSE-PMT Topic wise Solved Papers (PCB)


* Firstly, the most imp., stick to NCERT! Believe me people it is a must before considering any other book…
* Secondly, once you have gone through the NCERT. The book you must read is Truemans Elementary Biology!!!A great book for cracking any PMT exam, AIPMT, UPMT, AIIMS.
* Thirdly, after reading these books your basics must have been all-clear. Now what you need is to test yourself…so take any objective question bank and test yourself..
* And Lastly, take previous year question papers and go through them! They are must! The following book provides you with 22 year question papers of AIPMT and that also chapter wise!


* Firstly, NCERT
* Secondly, Dinesh Subjective Physics and Chemistry
* Thirdly – Any objective question bank for both physic and chemistry. Though I prefer Dinesh publications only..
* Finally, Previous year question papers [MUST]

Keep The Burning Desire Alive... E-mail Print PDF

For many years people have been blaming their Fate or destiny for their failures.
Others think that failures are derived from past life karma…
I honestly don’t know what exactly is karma or fate… it’s like a different language for me
I believe in accepting defeat and correcting my mistakes.

Is it true?

Some think that students are not able to clear IIT because of their fate. I don’t think so. You know what; each one of you has the power in your hand to change your fate or destiny. For those who disagree with me will soon agree with the above point.
Many of us have seen the airplane flying high in the sky .We all know the science behind it but we still get amazed when we see such a heavy object flying like a bird. Well this invention just didn’t happen overnight.
The credit goes to Wright brothers for the invention. We all know that Wright brothers had to face numerous failures before tasting success.

Were they destined?

Were they destined to create a plane? Was it their fate that got them create a plane?
I doubt...
It was their observation skills (birds) and desires to fly which made them create a machine which we call today as a PLANE.
It was their burning desire which made them work daily towards their success.

All frustration, taunts, etc were small as compared to their desire to fly. It is only through burning desire that a man can achieve anything.
If you have the desire then you have it…

Some AIPMT topper about whom I read about said they always used to dream of getting into the top MBBS college which kept their burning desire alive.

Keep the burning desire alive...

Therefore keep dreaming...And maintain the burning desire to succeed.

Loss In Self Confidence! manish

This is a common problem faced by many students who are seriously into studies.
If you are lacking on confidence then it’s sometimes very tough to prepare for exams like AIIMS,AIPMT etc as confidence plays a major role in clearing these exams.

Stop Looking at Others:

So here I jot down some of the ways to increase your confidence.

First of all stop looking at your friends, what they are doing. Until and unless you are not aiming for AIR 1 you should not worry if someone is performing better than you. After all you have to capture only one seat not all.

How to Gain Confidence?

To gain confidence first you have to learn all formulae’s and understand the basic concepts .Then start with understanding solved examples. This will help you to get an insight as well as lot of confidence.

Don't Waste Your Precious Time:

Once again stop looking at others .This is a major mistake done by others. Most of the students spend lot of their precious time thinking about what others are doing.How much they have completed. blah blah.....Don’t do that please.
If you have any problems regarding your confidence you can post in the comment box. I will try to solve it.

Believe in yourself ... You can do it...

Best of luck...

Determination - If You Can Dream It, You Can Do It

This is one of the most inspiring true story i have ever encountered. I posted it just to prove one point “Impossible is Nothing”

Please read the full story and try to learn something from it.

Once Upon a Time…

In 1883, a creative engineer named John Roebling was inspired by an idea to build a spectacular bridge connecting New York with the Long Island. However bridge building experts throughout the world thought that this was an impossible feat and told Roebling to discard the idea. It just could not be done. It was not practical. It has never been done before.

Roebling could not ignore the vision he had in his mind of this bridge. He thought about it all the time and he knew deep in his heart that it could be done. He just had to share the dream with someone else. After much discussion and persuasion he managed to convince his son Washington, an upcoming engineer, that the bridge in fact could be built.

Working together for the first time, the father and son developed concepts of how it could be accomplished and how the obstacles could be overcome. With great excitement and inspiration, and the headiness of a wild challenge before them, they hired their crew and began to build their dream bridge.

A Tragic Accident…

The project started well, but when it was only a few months underway, a tragic accident on the site took the life of John Roebling. Washington was injured and left with a certain amount of brain damage, which resulted in him not being able to walk or talk or even move.

"We told them so."
"Crazy men and their crazy dreams."
"It`s foolish to chase wild visions."

He Never Gave Up…

Everyone had a negative comment to make and felt that the project should be scrapped since the Roebling’s were the only ones who knew how the bridge could be built. In spite of his handicap Washington was never discouraged and still had a burning desire to complete the bridge and his mind was still as sharp as ever.

He tried to inspire and pass on his enthusiasm to some of his friends, but they were too daunted by the task. As he lay on his bed in his hospital room, with the sunlight streaming through the windows, a gentle breeze blew the flimsy white curtains apart and he was able to see the sky and the top of the trees outside for just a moment.

It seemed that there was a message for him not to give up. Suddenly an idea hit him. All he could do was move one finger and he decided to make the best use of it. By moving this, he slowly developed a code of communication with his wife.

He touched his wife's arm with that finger, indicating to her that he wanted her to call the engineers again. Then he used the same method of tapping her arm to tell the engineers what to do. It seemed foolish but the project was under way again.

For 13 years Washington tapped out his instructions with his finger on his wife's arm, until the bridge was finally completed. Today the spectacular Brooklyn Bridge stands in all its glory as a tribute to the triumph of one man's indomitable spirit and his determination not to be defeated by circumstances.

It is also a tribute to the engineers and their team work, and to their faith in a man who was considered mad by half the world. It stands as a tangible monument to the love and devotion of his wife who for 13 long years patiently decoded the messages of her husband and told the engineers what to do.

Perhaps this is one of the best example of a never-say-die attitude that overcomes a terrible physical handicap and achieves an impossible goal.

Moral of the Story…

Often when we face obstacles in our day-to-day life, our hurdles seem very small in comparison to what many others have to face. The Brooklyn Bridge shows us that dreams that seem impossible can be realized with determination and persistence, no matter what the odds are.

Even the most distant dream can be realized with determination and persistence.

Your Aim must be your Dream…

So Never Give up and just move on with your preparations. Don’t listen to those who say that you are not suitable to crack AIPMT. You won’t be able to do this or that...

In short just don’t listen to those who discourage you. Just stay away from them.

If a student is aiming for AIPMT, AIIMS or any exam then he/she must never give up and try to give his/her best.

Michael Jordan said, "Obstacles don't have to stop you. If you run into a wall, don't turn around and give up. Figure out how to climb it, go through it, or work around it."

If you can dream it, you can do it…


Exam Preparation Tips!!

Here are a few simple exam preparation tips you should follow to excel in your examinations.

* Focus on your Study and Goal.

* Give regular practice test and figure out your mistake committed in the previous Examination and promise yourself to avoid them in your next exam.

* Complete scan and analyze the questions you could not attempt in the practice exam with the help of suggested answers if any.

* Plan your revision schedule as early as possible and follow the same honestly and keep reviewing it and make necessary changes as and when necessary.

* Invest your time in Exam oriented discussion. There are two advantage of this activity:

* You may discuss your problems in such discussions and resolve them.

* These discussions will also help you to focus on your goal.

* Mental strength is very important. So prepare yourself mentally and physically for Examination cum War.

* Very Important Revision Tips: What you prepare on Monday try and recall it on Tuesday without using books. If you are able to recall 60%-70%, then you are 100% going to succeed in this examination. Again try to recall the same after the gap of 2-3 days.

* Use abbreviation method. If you have 10 points to remember in a question give them a certain abbreviation and remember that abbreviation.

* Stay away from Time wasting and unproductive habits. At least during exam times.

* Prepare a list of questions which you consider tuff or a bit time consuming. Prepare a handout yourself with solution of these questions and give them a reading on regularly basis with a time gap of 2-3 days.

* Give a little bit time to every subject per day.

* Try and increase your study time day by day.

* When exams are approaching, do not add any new topic in your schedule. Just focus on revision-revision and revision.

* Stop collecting different notes per day. Try and figure out the notes which are relevant for you and support your style of study. Only use them for exam purpose.

* Take very good care of your health. Consider your health as a subject. Remember if you fail to perform well in this subject you are going to fail.

* Last but not the least believe in yourself and your hard work and most importantly believe in God.


Look at the test paper and plan your time when you first get the question paper, don’t just throw yourself into answering the question paper.

* What are the total number of questions?
* How many sections?
* Which question is worth solving than others?

Once you have gone through the entire paper, pace yourself such that you finish the paper 10 minutes before the actual time limit. This will allow you to check some silly mistakes, left questions or over read questions.

Try taking frequent breaks in the middle of the exam by stopping and closing your eyes, taking a deep breath. This will clear your mind of all the stress and help you to stay fresh during the whole exam.

If you are completely lost and not able to solve the problems, here are some strategies to narrow the field and select correct answers.

Ask yourself whether the answer you are considering completely addresses the question. If the test answer is only partly correct only under certain narrow conditions, then it’s probably not the right answer.

If you think that the question posed is a tricky one then think again. Very few instructors would ever write a question intended to be deceptive.

If you suspect that the question is a tricky item, make sure you are not reading too much into the question, and try to avoid imagining detailed scenarios in which the answer could be true.

In most cases tricky questions are only tricky because they are not taken at face value.

For every MCQ question on the test you have 2 options

Solve the problem directly.

The Process of elimination.

Let’s discuss the first option. In general, solving the problem might always be faster than the process of elimination.

If you are not so comfortable with the topic or the question then choosing elimination will be the best choice.

Solving the Problem:

Solving the problem is the most straightforward way to reach your answer as long as you feel comfortable with the lesson or the subject being tested.

It’s mainly a two step process Read the question but don’t look at the answer. Try to understand the question. Rephrase it if you don’t understand the question and then devise a concrete plan to solve it. Solve the problem.

Once you solve the problem –only then see if your answer is listed among the answer choices. We can’t stress enough that if you are trying to solve the problem directly, you should avoid looking at the answer choices until the end.

Since trap answers are often the values you would get at the halfway point of the process of working out the problem if you peek at the choices you may get tricked into thinking you have solved the question before you actually have.

The Technique of Elimination:

Every MCQ has options in which one is correct. So you need to check each option which one works. On certain occasions working backwards could actually be the faster method then just solving the problem directly.

Do work backward when the question describes an equation of some sort and answer choices are all rather simple numbers. Don’t work backwards when dealing with answer choices that contain variables or complicated fractions.

This technique can only be mastered by regular practice. Whenever you solve an MCQ at home always try out solving it using the elimination process only after solving it in subjective manner.

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EXAM DATE-- Stage I – 22.05.2010
Stage II – 13.06.2010
Date of availability of forms: 15.02.2010
Last date of reciept of application forms:21.04.2010
Admission On the basis of IPUCET

EXAM DATE-- 2nd May
Date of availability of forms: 21st Dec. to 29th Jan, Last Date of Submission of Application form: 5th Feb 2010
All India Level

EXAM DATE-- 1st June, 2010
Online and Offline Application starts from :15.02.2010 to 15.03.2010
Last Date for applying On-line/ Off-line Application:15.03.2010
AIIMS 2010 Result: 15th July, 2010
All India Level

Amrita Medical Entrance Exam
EXAM DATE-- 22nd May 2010
Last date of Sale of Application Form:03 May 2010
Last date for receipt of filled in Application Form: 08 May 2010
All India Level

EXAM DATE-- Preliminary Exam -3rd April 2010
Final Exam-16th May 2010
Online submission of Forms: 20-10-2009 (10.00 A.M.) to 27-11-2009 (5.00 P.M.)
Sale of Offline Forms: 20-10-2009 to 27-11-2009
Last date of submission of Application Form: Both offline and online:on or before 04-12-2009.
All India Level

EXAM DATE-- 8th May 2010
Date of availability of forms:5th Feb 2010
Last date of submission of forms:8th March 2010
All India Level

Expected date of availability of forms: March 1st week-Mid April
State Level

Assam JAT
State Level

Expected date of availability of forms: March 1st week-April 1st week
All India Level

EXAM DATE-- First Stage Examination: 2nd May 2010
Second Stage Examination: 06th June 2010
Date of availability of forms:10th Nov 2009
Last date of availability of forms:31st Jan 2010
State Level

BHU Medical Exam
EXAM DATE-- Screening : 12th May 2010
Mains: 13th June 2010
Sale of Forms starts from 04.01.2010
Last date of sale of forms is 01.03.2010
Last date of submission of forms is 9th March 2010 till 5.00 PM
All India Level

EXAM DATE-- May 23, 2010 Sunday(10.00 AM to 1.00 PM)
Date of availability of forms:1st March 2010
Last date to receive the Application forms by Post : May 17 , 2010, 5.00 pm
All India Level

EXAM DATE-- 8th May 2010
Expected date of availability of forms: From March
Last Date of Submission of Application Forms:
26th April 2010
All India Level

CMC Ludhiana
EXAM DATE-- 23.05.2010
Start sale of prospectus :10.02.2010
Last day to submit application forms:30.04.2010
All India Level

EXAM DATE-- June End
Expected date of availability of forms: 3rd Week of May
State Level

CMC Vellore Entrance Exam
EXAM DATE-- 14th May 2010
Date of availability of forms:March 5, 2010
Last date for submission of Application Forms – April 10, 2010
All India Level

EXAM DATE-- 9th May 2010
Issue of online application - 9th March 2010
last date for receipt of application - 9th April 2010
All India Level

EXAM DATE-- 23rd May 2010
Date of issue of Application forms : 25th January 2010
Last date for the reciept of Application form : 8th March 2010 upto 3:00 PM
State Level

Dr.D.Y.Patil AICET
EXAM DATE-- Sunday, 23rd May 2010
Expected date of availability of forms:1st March 2010
Last date for the reciept of Application form :26th April 2010,17th May 2010(with late fee)
All India Level

EXAM DATE-- 30th May 2010
Expected date of availability of forms:22-02-2010
Last date of sale of application forms:15-04-2010
State Level

EXAM DATE-- GCET 2010- 12th and 13th May 2010
Date of availability of forms: 15-03-10(Mon) to 09 –04-10 (Fri)
Last date of submission of forms :09-04-10 (Fri)
State Level

EXAM DATE-- Stage-I - 22 May, 2010 (Saturday)
Stage II -13 June, 2010 (Sunday)
Date of availability of forms:17th Feb 2010
All India Level

EXAM DATE-- 8th April, 2010 (Thursday)
Date of availability of forms: 1 January 2010 to 18 January, 2010
Last date of Application: 18 January, 2010
State Level

Haryana PMT
EXAM DATE-- 1st week of July
Expected date of availability of forms: May End-June 2nd week
State Level

Himachal Pradesh CPMT
EXAM DATE-- May/June
Expected date of availability of forms: April 1st week-April End
State Level

EXAM DATE-- 1st week of July
Expected date of availability of forms: 2nd Week of May
State Level

EXAM DATE-- 19th May 2010
Last Date of Submission of form: 12th April 2010
State Level

EXAM DATE-- 6th June 2010
Date of availability of forms: February End-April 2nd week
Last date of reciept of forms: 15.04.2010 (4 p.m.)
All India Level

Karnataka CET
EXAM DATE-- 28 April 2010 & 29th April 2010
Expected date of availability of forms: 3rd march 2010
State Level

EXAM DATE-- 2 May, 2010
Date of Availability of Forms: 4th January, 2010 All India Level

Kerala CEE
EXAM DATE-- 21st April - Paper-I : Chemistry & Physics.
22nd April - Paper-II: Biology
Availability of forms :07.12.2009 to 06.01.2010
Last date and time for receipt of filled in Application Forms:before 5 p.m. on 06.01.2010 (Wednesday)
State Level

EXAM DATE-- Sunday, 2nd May 2010
Date of availability of forms: 17 Mar 2010
Last date for receipt of filled-in application form : Wednesday, 20th April 2010
All India Level

EXAM DATE-- 13.03.2010
Last Date of receipt of application forms : 15.04.2010
All India Level

EXAM DATE-- 29th May 2010
Application forms will be issued from: Monday, 22.03.2010
Last date for receipt of filled in application forms: Monday, 17.05.2010
All India Level

EXAM DATE-- 18th April 2010
Date of availability of forms:1st December 2009
All India Level

EXAM DATE-- Thursday 6th May 2010
Sale of information brochure and application forms:12/03/2010 to 25/03/2010
Last date of submission of application forms:25/03/2010
Last date to receive admit card:30/04/2010
State Level

EXAM DATE-- 2nd May 2010
Issue of application form:20th March, 2010
Last date of submission: 20th April, 2010 All India Level

EXAM DATE-- 20.06.2010 (2:00 - 3:45 P.M.)
Last date of receiving filled in Application Forms: 30.04.2010 upto 4 P.M.2010
All India Level

Expected date of availability of forms: April 1st week
State Level

Orissa JEE
EXAM DATE-- 18th April 2010
Availability of forms :February 10, 2010
sale of application form of JEE-2010: 5th March (Friday), 2010
Last date of receipt of filled in Application Forms:9th March (Tuesday), 2010
State Level

EXAM DATE-- Mid June
Expected date of availability of forms: May 3rd week
State Level

EXAM DATE-- 28.05.2010 (10 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.)
Sale of Application Forms Starts : 15.01.2010
Last Date of Sale of Application Forms : 31.03.2010
Last date for submission of completed Application Form : 06.04.2010
All India Level

EXAM DATE-- 23.5.2010
Date of availability of forms: 23.05.2010
Last Date of receipt of Forms:15.04.2010 (Thursday) up to 4.00 p.m.
All India Level

Sri Ramachandra University
EXAM DATE-- 16.05.2010 (Sunday) 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.
Application forms will be issued from:25.03.2010 (Thursday)
Last date for receipt of filled in application forms: 30.04.2010 (Friday)
All India Level

State Level

Tripura JEE
State Level

Expected date of availability of forms: February 2nd week-March 1st week
All India Level

EXAM DATE-- 30 May,2010
Sale of Application forms: 17 Feb.2010
Last date for receiplt of application form: 30 Apr.2010
All India Level

Uttarakhand CPMEE
EXAM DATE-- 22nd May, 2010
Date of availability of forms: 25th February, 2010Last date of sale of application forms:04th May, 2010
Last date of submission of completed application form: 05th May, 2010
State Level

EXAM DATE-- 18th April 2010
Sale of Application Kit (from listed UBI Branches):18.11.2009 to 31.12.2009
Last date for receipt of application kit by “post” :08.12.2009
Last date for Receipt of duly filled in applications “by Speed post” only:12.01.2010
State Level

Yenepoya University
EXAM DATE-- 16.05.2010
Last date for receipt of applications: 10.04.2010 All India Level


The pattern of West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination (WB - JEE) for admission to engineering degree courses is as follows

Date of Examination 18.04.2010, Sunday

Mathematics (100 marks), Physics (50 marks) & Chemistry (50 marks)

Biological Sciences (100 marks

The question paper consists of multiple Choice type Questions (MCQ) and short answer type questions .80% marks is allotted to Multiple Choice type Questions (MCQ), (four options including single correct answer) and 20% marks will be allotted to short answer type questions. For each incorrect response (answer) 33.33% of mark is deducted.


There will be 2 papers of 2 hours each. The first paper will contain questions from Zoology and Botany. The second paper will have questions from Chemistry and Physics. Only objective questions will be asked.


Exam Pattern

Tripura JEE entrance test comprise of three groups of papers. Candidate may answer the questions either in english or in bengali. The questions will be in English with Bengali version.


Candidates seeking admission to engineering/technological degree of courses will have to appear in Group A that comprising of questions from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.


Candidates seeking admission to medical/agricultural courses, etc. will have to appear the Group B that comprising of questions from Physics, Chemistry and Biology.


Candidatesthose desiring to take chances in both of the above groups will have to appear in all the four subjects.

Candidate can attempt Tripura JEE only twice, in consecutive years.


TNPCEE (Tamil Nadu Professional Courses Entrance Examinations) consists of 3 papers namely Mathematics, Physical Science (Physics and Chemistry) and Biology. Each paper contains Multiple Choice Questions.


The paper will be of 150 minutes duration consisting of 200 multiple choice questions from the following subjects:.

* Physics-50 questions

* Chemistry-50 questions

* Biology-100 questions

For every correct answer a candidate will get 4 marks and for every incorrect answer 1 mark will be deducted.


Date of Examination: The examination will be conducted at various centres in Maharashtra on Thursday, 6th
May 2010.

Schedule & Test Design: The MHT-CET-2010 will consist of three question papers. Each paper is of 100 marks.

Paper I : Physics & Chemistry (50 marks each)
Paper II : Biology (Botany & Zoology - 50 marks each)
Paper III : Mathematics (100 Marks)

There is no choice among the questions, i.e. all questions have to be answered. The candidate desirous of selection to Health Science courses and BVSc & AH should appear for Paper I & Paper II. The candidate desirous of selection to Engineering degree courses should appear for Paper I and Paper III and the candidate desirous of selection to Pharmacy degree course should appear for Paper I & Paper-II and/or Paper-III. Candidates will be provided with separate OMR answer sheets with each question paper. At the end of each paper, candidate will handover the OMR Answer sheet and Question booklet to the invigilator.

3.3 The candidate will be required to mark the correct answer by blackening the corresponding circle against the serial number of the question in the answer sheet with black ink ballpoint pen only. Out of four circles provided for selection of an answer against a question, the candidate should fill up one circle only. Each correct answer will be given mark/(s). There shall be no negative marking for wrong answers


The DPMT/DUMET is a single stage entrance test for admission into medical collages under University of Delhi.

* The DPMT/DUMET test consists of two papers.
* Paper I contains two sections of Physics and Chemistry.
* Paper II contains two sections of Botany and Zoology.
* Each paper is of 2½ hours duration containing multiple-choice objective type questions of maximum 600 marks.


MGIMS PMT exam consists of two papers.

The first part will consist of Multiple choice Questions from Physics, Chemistry and Biology consisting of 60 questions in each subject.

The second part consists of an essay and/or short type questions on Gandhian thoughts and principles and would carry 60 marks. The second part would be of 3 hours duration.


Construction of Test Paper

The paper will include objective type questions (30 each from the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology).There will be a total of 120 objective types questions. The paper shall carry a maximum of 360 marks. Only objective type questions will be included in the Entrance Test.

Marking of Paper

For each correct response, the candidate will get full credit. Each incorrect response will be negatively marked and the candidate will get one-third discredit for it. For example, where one correct response/answer fetches the candidate three marks, then in case of an incorrect/wrong answer the candidate will be awarded minus one mark.


Applicable to MBBS / BDS / BPharm / PharmD courses

TEST PATTERN: The test duration is of 2.30 hours and consists of 240 multiple choice questions (MCQ) of the objective type.

The approximate distribution of questions is as follows:

* Physics - 60 questions,
* Chemistry - 60 questions
* Biology - 80 questions
* English & General Aptitude - 40 questions.


KRLMPCA-CET is a Multiple Choice Objective Type test. The candidates have to mark the correct answers on the OMR Answer sheets. There is no negative marking for wrong answers.



The paper will be of 4 hours duration consisting of 200 multiple choice questions from the following subjects:.

* Physics-50 questions
* Chemistry-50 questions
* Biology-100 questions

Paper is conducted in 2 parts. First part consists of Physics and Chemistry of two hours duration and second part consists of Biology of two hours duration.

For each correct answer, candidate is rewarded 3 marks and for each incorrect answer, 1 mark will be deducted.


The JCECE entrance test is held in two stages, preliminary and final examination. The entrance test paper comprises of objective type multiple choice questions. It consists of single paper, which is divided into four parts - Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

All parts carry equal weightage. Based on the marks obtained by the candidates in the preliminary examination, a separate list of the engineering and medical candidates is prepared after evaluation. Candidates who successfully qualify the preliminary examination are eligible to appear in the final examination.

The final examination is held in a different date. The candidates appear for the combination of subjects Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Candidates aspiring for the medical field appear for a combination of subjects Physics, Chemistry and Biology. There is also the system of negative marking for wrong answers attempted by a candidate


BPEE CET Entrance has three papers of objective type containing multiple choice questions which are based on knowledge, understanding and application of the relevant subject.

These questions are asked from the subjects like Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Zoology. Negative marking system is not applied.


HP CPMT paper will consist of objective questions from Physics, Chemistry, Zoology and Botany.

Haryana PMT Exam Pattern

The entrance test will be of 3 hours duration consisting of a total of 180 questions. There will be 45 questions each from Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology. For every correct answer a candidate will get 4 marks and 1 mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer.


The entrance test will consist of 4 papers:

* Physics:40 questions-1 hour

* Chemistry:40 questions-1 hour

* Mathematics:40 questions-1 hour

* Biology :40 questions-1 hour


GGSIPU-CET is not a common test for all courses. Students choosing different programmes have to appear different test in their respective subjects as per the scheduled date and time.

However question papers of all subjects in GGSIPU-CET consist of multiple-choice objective-type questions of two and a half hours duration carrying 600 marks.

In all the test contain 150 objective-type questions to be answered on the OMR answer sheet by marking the appropriate answer.

Each question carries equal marks.

There is negative marking for incorrect answers


GCET exam has five sets of question papers based on the subjects Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology and Computer Science.

* The exam comprises objective type questions.
* Each correct answer carries one mark, but there is no negative marking for a wrong answer.
* The applicants have to appear for a different combination of subjects, according to their preferred field either in Medicine, Engineering, Architecture, Dentistry and Pharmacy


All the questions in the examination will be of Multiple Choice Type (MCQ)

Their will be total of 160 questions.

The duration of the exam will be 3 hours

Each question will carry one mark

The questions in the exam will be divided as





Entrance Test will consist of Multiple choice Questions from Physics, Chemistry, Zoology and Botany.


COMEDK UGET comprise of four multiple choice papers - Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology.

Physics and Chemistry combined paper will be held in the morning containing 120 questions, 60 from Physics and 60 from Chemistry (129 minutes) followed by a combined paper of mathematics and biology (60 questions each in 120 minutes)

There is no negative marking for a wrong answer attempted by a candidate.

For MBBS and BDS the candidate must score 50% marks in the entrance test (PCB).

For the SC/ST a score of 40% marks in the entrance test (PCB) is sufficient for MBBS.


All candidates seeking admission to MBBS/BSc. Nursing/ BSc. MLT/BPT/BOT courses have to go through a competitive entrance test followed by practical test and interviews.

The entrance test is consists of multiple-choice objective type questions.

Paper contains questions from Physics, Chemistry, Biology and General Ability with emphasis on Speed and Accuracy and a few questions on Issues of Current Topical Interest.

The duration of the whole exam is 3 hours and 10 minutes

There are 60 questions each of Physics, Chemistry and Biology (120 minutes total) and 120 questions in General Ability with emphasis on Speed and Accuracy and on Issues of Current Topical Interest (70 minutes).

Performance in this test is the basis of a call for practical tests and interviews and final selections.

All candidates admitted to MBBS/BSc. Nursing/ BSc. MLT/BPT/BOT courses will have to undertake a service obligation, to work in an area of need for a period of two years after completion of training.


There will be 2 papers consisting of objective type questions of 2 hours each:

* Paper I: Physics & Chemistry

* Paper II: Botany & Zoology


• A single test combining Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects will be held in the forenoon of 23/05/2010 (10.00 AM to 01.00 PM).

• There will be a total of 180 questions: 60 questions in Physics, 60 questions in Chemistry and 60 questions in Biology. The test duration for combined paper is 180 minutes, and is compulsory for all candidates seeking admissions to M.B.B.S. course.

• Candidates are required to mark their answers on an OMR sheet (Optical Mark Reader)

• Correct answer for each question will be awarded one mark.

• No Marks will be awarded for wrong answers.

• No Mark/s will be awarded for multiple marking (marking multiple responses) of any question.

• There is no negative marking.


The entrance exam is basically held for admission to courses viz. MBBS / BDS / BAMS / B. Pharm. / B. Pharm.(Ay.) For MBBS test will be held in 2 stages:PMT Screening & PMT Mains,for other only one stage that's PMT Screening.
The Screening test is of 200 marks consisting of Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology.
For MBBS, the candidate also has to appear in the Mains examination which would be held for the students who are short-listed from the Screening test.
The Mains examinations is a subjective type paper containing 200 questions of Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology.


The BCECE Divided in three papers of Physics, Chemistry and Biology for Medical stream. Duration of The BCECE paper is 1 hour each. The standard of exam is that of Intermediate and the medium is in English.


In the admission test the candidate must appear in the following papers:-

Mathematics - 100 Marks 3 hours
Physics - 100 Marks 3 hours
Chemistry - 100 Marks 3 hours
Biology - 100 Marks 3 hours


The paper will be of 3 hours duration consisting of 200 multiple choice questions from the following subjects:
Physics -50 questions
Chemistry -50 questions
Biology -100 questions
There is no negative marking.


Preliminary Examination:

The Preliminary Examination would consist of one paper containing 200 objective type questions (four options with single correct answer) from Physics, Chemistry and Biology(Botany and Zoology) to be answered on the specially designed machine-gradable sheet using Ball Point Pen only. The duration of the paper would be 3 hours.

Final Examination:

The finally Examination would consist of one paper containing 120 objective type questions(four options with single correct answer) from Physics, Chemistry and Biology(Botany and Zoology) to be answered on the specially designed machine-gradable sheet using Ball Point Pen only. The duration of the paper would be 3 hours.

Language of the Question Papers:

Candidate can opt for question papers either in English or in Hindi. This option should be exercised while filling in the Application Form. It can not be changed later.


for AIIMS Entrance Exam is divided into four sections. Generally, it is based on the syllabus of 12th class under the 10+2 scheme. These four sections are as follows :

a) Physics
b) Chemistry
c) Biology
d) General Knowledge
the syllabus are divided into four parts physics chemistry biology general knowledge.the test have 200 objective question you have given 3 and half hours to answer it .60 questions each in first three the general knowledge have 20 question.there is negative marking for questions. if you want any other details ask me freely happy to help.advance wishes for your career


AFMC-MBBS entrance is a single-stage test followed by an interview.

The competitive written examination will be of 2 hours duration and will have one paper comprising of 200 objective type questions in the following subjects.
Subject Total Questions
Biology (Zoology and Botany) 50
Chemistry 50
Physics 50
Intelligence, Logic and Reasoning 25
English Language and Comprehension 25

Each question would be of one mark and for each correct answer one mark will be credited. Wrong answers will have negative marks. For each wrong answer 0.25 marks will be deducted. Use of calculator, cellphone. PDA and log tables arc not permitted in the examination.

Successful candidates in the written test are called for the interview conducted by AFMC itself.


The examination will consist of two papers:
1. Biology (Botany & Zoology)
2. Physics & Chemistry

Syllabus will be from class 12th Tamil Nadu HSc. Syllabus.

Final Selection is based on class 12th marks, entrance test and an interview as follows:

Qualifying Examinations – 200 marks
Entrance Examination – 100 marks
Interview – 30 marks

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