CBSE PMT Exam Pattern 2014 Qualifying Criteria and Paper Pattern
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducts the all India level competitive exam for the selection of eligible candidates in the different under graduate as well as post graduate courses in medicine and dentistry respectively. The candidates who are preparing for the concerned exam may go through the details of paper pattern and eligibility criteria from the information as given here below.
Name of Exam: All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT)
Conducting Authority: CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education)
Courses of Admission: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery), BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery)
There will be an objective type paper having multiple choice based questions on the following:
Total Number of Questions: 180
45 questions under each section of the paper
Number of Sections: 4
Duration of Exam: 3 Hours
Syllabus of Exam:
The paper of the All India Pre Medical Test shall be based on the syllabus as prescribed by the MCI (Medical Council of India) for this purpose.
The candidates must refer to their concerned Board Exam Syllabus (Class 11th and 12th) and Books for preparing to the concerned exam.
Some of major topics of study are given below:
Kinematics; Work, Energy and Power; Laws of Motion; Electrostatics; Optics; Atoms and Nuclei; Current Electricity; Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
Hydrogen; Surface Chemistry; Electrochemistry; Equilibrium; Structure of Atoms; Chemical Kinetics; Solid State; Environmental Chemistry; Basic concepts of Chemistry; and Solutions
Reproduction; Plant Physiology; Genetics and Evolution; Human Physiology; Biotechnology and its applications; Cell Structure and Function; Biology and Human Welfare; Structural Organization in Animals and Plants and Ecology and Environment respectively
Mode of Examination:
The paper shall be answered in paper- pencil modes only. The candidates should use only Black Ball Point Pen for answering the questions. The questions shall be asked in both the languages –English as well as Hindi. The candidates can opt for any one paper- Hindi or English. The candidates opting for Hindi paper shall be given papers in both the languages- Hindi and English respectively.
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