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Upcoming Medical Entrance Exam

A career in the medical field is not easy for a student. Whenever we dream to become a doctor, one moment makes us proud that we will save a person’s life or bring a new life to the world. Once you enter into the medical field, you’ll have good growth and attractive perks throughout your life. You even have the flexibility of working in a hospital or you can start your clinic. Today, we’ll be discussing various medical entrance exam and what all is required to appear for the exam. For various entrance exam, different requirement is there according to which candidates can select and opt the field they want to.

 

(AIIMS) MBBS Exam

(AIIMS) Nursing Exam

(AICEE) MBBS Exam

(NEET)

 

(AICEE)

 

 

All India Institute Of Medical  Sciences (AIIMS) MBBS Exam

To get admission MBBS course, you have to be very intelligent and must score excellent marks in every subject in your entrance exam. Your rank will decide which college you will get and where you stand in the exam. The entrance exam is conducted to fill in the medical seats in various  AIIMS New Delhi, Bhopal, Bhubaneshwar, Jodhpur, Patna, Raipur, and Rishikesh. The mode of exam is completely computer-based for which you will be given 3 hours 30 minutes. We’ll be giving information on who can appear for the exam. For any information you are having any doubt immediately visit the official site.

  • Exam mode: Computer-Based Test (CBT)
  • Duration: 3 hours and 30 minutes
  • No of questions: 200 questions from which 60 for physics, 60 for chemistry, 60 for biology, 10 for GK, and 10 for aptitude and logical thinking.

All India Institute Of Medical  Sciences ( AIIMS) Nursing Exam

A career in the medical field is not easy for a student initially but as you acquire more information it boosts your mind. Whenever we dream to become a doctor, one moment makes us proud that we are going to save a person’s life or bring a new life to the world. Once you enter into the medical field you’ll have good growth and attractive perks throughout your life. You even have the flexibility of working in a hospital or you can start your clinic. Today, we’ll be discussing various medical entrance exam and what all is required to appear for the exam. For various entrance exam, different requirement is there according to which candidates can select and opt the field they want to.

 

All India Common Entrance Exam (AICEE)

All those candidates who want to be into Bachelor of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry have to appear for this entrance exam. To get admission, you have to score in the AICEE exam only then you can get admission to the veterinary college of all states. The all India common entrance exam is conducted for filling up 15% of the total seats in each veterinary college of all States. The exam is usually conducted in the month of may whereas the registration process ends in February and March.

 

  • Exam mode: offline
  • Duration: 3 hours and 30 minutes
  • No of questions: 200 questions

Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research

(PGIMER)

This is a university-level exam which is conducted by Chandigarh. The entrance exam is conducted twice a year in January and July. the exam is to offer admission into PG courses such as MD, MS, etc. only those candidates can apply for the exam who hold an MBBS degree from a recognized institute by the medical council of India. The candidate will be given 200 multiple choice questions which you have to attempt in 3 hours duration. The mode of exam is offline and there is no negative marking for an incorrect answer. Get the necessary items that you’ll need at the time of the exam. Before appearing in the examination center, check your items especially your admit card that will be required to enter the examination hall. 

 

  • Exam mode: offline mode
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • No of questions: 200 multiple questions

National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET)

This test was introduced to have a single common test for all medical admissions. This entrance test has replaced all India pre-medical tests and other state-level medical entrance tests. To appear for this exam, candidates must possess a high knowledge of science subjects which are physics, chemistry, and biology.

 

  • Exam mode: offline ( pen and paper)
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • No of questions: 180 questions from which 45 for physics, 45 for chemistry, 45 for botany and 45 for zoology



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