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In compliance wl\11 the directives of the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India,
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a Pre-Me dical/P
of Second ary Education, Delhi, would be conduc tmg the Alllnd1
conduc ted exdusi velyfor
being
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exam
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entranc
This
Entranc e Examtnatton, 2009.
1n the

as specified
the 15% mem pOS>ttons fur the Medical/Dental Colleges of lndta

regulations specified
dnectrves of the Hon'ble Courts and will be governed by the rules and
from tme l<l

as arnended
by the Govern ment ot lnd1a Ministry of Health and Fam1ly Welfare
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PATTERN OE_~~~MINATION

The entrance e><amnat1on consists of:

Preliminary/Screening Examination :

3 hrs

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ll'l(l 200 Objecti ve Typ e


The Prell mimuy Examin all on would consist of one paper contain
, Chemis try and
Phyoics
from
aMwer
correct
single
Questio ns having rour options With
d machonedesigne
ly
special
the
on
ed
answer
be
Booloffil (BO!any & Zoole>JY) to
only.
gradabte sheet us1ng Ball Po1nt Pen
Th!> durano n of paper wuuld be 3 hours.

1. FINAL EXAMINATION (MAINS):


(On ly fort hose who q ualify "' th e Pre I1m 1nary Examn-.ation .)
2 hours duration_ Paper-1
The F1na1 Examin ruion would cons1st o!!Wtl papers each of
Paper-2 would cnntaon
and
try
Chcmos
and
from
would cootain

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lhe Final EMn1fnation will have co~,entio~al (Non-objectlve/DescnptiVe) queslio

ns to

be answer ed in the Test Bookle t itself

2. LANG UAGE OF THE QUES TION PAPERS

English or '" Hindt. Th~>


Candid ates c:an opt tor langua ge of QuEsnon Pap~rs either in
It cannul be change d
optton has to be exercis ed while liiiLng the Applcallon Form
thereafter.

3. SYLL ABUS FOR THE EXAMINATION

E><amlnaliuu
The syllabu s io commo n for both Prel1mmary as w~ll as the F1nal

Trend of CBSE Quest ions

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(1998 -2008 )

AIPMT-The All India Pre Medrcal Test conducted by the Central Board of Seoolldary Education. for admission

irto variouo medical courses in rlifterem medioal colleges and ln:>titutes in the country has hit the rmaglnalion of
the scll<>nl gnrng students more than any other enrranw test condlJOted atlhrs level. Every year, mJ.:h5 and lakhs
or students rorlltard ro succeeo in thiS exam_

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Wllhout argument you need to be wcrl versed WI~ tne pattern as well as the level of the qu.,tiuns asked rn lhe
exam_ A ohapt~rv~se analysiS of pr..vious years' questions is called for here. With thiS obiectrve 'm m'll"d,
4N1ng chapterMse analysis {break-up) of the questlnns asked rn Ia<! 11 years' (1!198-2008) of AIPMT (CBSE)
rn eaco of tho subjecrs of Physrcs, Chemistry and Brolugy with their answers and solutions.

PHYSICS

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D,;t<rptlon of .'<loOon In Tvm and Three

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Lo.vs af Motion

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CHEMISTRY

BIOLOGY

In d sense, AIPMT 2000 ""''very similar to the prev ous year papers. Th1syear agoio there was more focus and
empha.sos on the coro concepts stJdled in 11 ~ and i2"' s<arrdards The test proved V>itoom doubt that the most
rmpo~ant eleme'lts of AIPMT "success" is the ability to unde!Stand cl~rly the core otthe subject.
Mechanics reigned supr~m ,.;,; 38%. Heat & Thermodynamic s had it< ;hare go down to 6%. Electr~qty and
Magnetism had a srzeab e con(rlbutron at 16'l'l & 14%. respecti'lely. Optics had as llnle a share as of4% and the
Modern PhySics w1tll ~"cond most cortribution at 22%.
In AIPMT 2007. Meehan res s!Ood Qllt again with 32%. Elecmcrty and r.t agnet1sm contrrbuted to about 3:!%,
Heat & T~.ermodynamrcs and Optics had had somllar contrrbLt<ons ot 5% Modern Phys.cs had inoroasad its
share this year, upto 26%.

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In AIPMT 20~8. the percentage o1 all the :opre> was the shoNn to be same wrth Mchamcs at ~S%.
Heat & Thermodyramic s at 6%, fJPctncly at 16%, 0!l1'CS at 4% except Magneusm & Modern PhJ"icS.
Magnetism had deor"Hsed 1!s contnbuMn 10 12% and Moden phyoics had Increased to 24%. The pattern of
examinallon was throug,out t11e same.

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After a ~ep analySJs of AIPMT P<fpers we can Pm ram some sub ttop1c of the syllabus that""' very rmpo.rtanr
from the examrnaoon point of v1ew. These 'Wbtopics are .

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Error in measurement, Drmensronal aralysis. Projectile motron. Angular veloo1ty. Angular aGC<Jleradon.
Circular rroMn. Moment ot mert1a, RadlliS of gyration Collision. Work dor>e, KineUc energy, S1mpte harmonic
r110tron, ThermodyrJa'llio processes, Resistance & specific resrstooc~. Power drssipation rna rasisove circui\
Gauss's law. Capacitors, Electric charge, Wheatst:one"s br~dge, Magnetic lteld inductron rna cn1l nr solenmd.
Altemaung drcuks, Curre.teolPeratu,.,. Photoelectnc effc1, fla!Jioactive disintegraTion, Nuclew rnatter,
m1conductor drode and Gate c1rcults.

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Therefor, a deep study of these topics can help studentstu dCh1eve their goal ~llh less effort

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Since many years mcludrng this one, the panrn ()f AIPMT has remaJned the same throughout. Mostly
questions are based on core concepts. To get success 10 AIPMT une 1as to focus on core concepts of the
subject . .On a~ralysis 1e\'ealed tit at the share of 'PhYSical o~d Genera, Chemrstry" IS mro:rmum while that of
"Inorganic Chemrstry'" hllO been minrmum over all the years.
In AIPMT 2006, ~1e onnl!"ibutJon of General O.rld Ptysrcal Chemistry re gned supreme wrth 54%, Organic
Chemrsl!y conrrrbuted 10 about 28%, Inorganic Chemsl!y had the lowest contnbutron of 18%.

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In AIPMT 2007, questrons .,..,re unrformly drstrrbute<l tror1 all areas other than Solutions. Thio year. the
canrr 1bution of General and Ph)">1cal Chemrstry had de:reasect t~ 42%. wll e that of ln<J1fan'c Chem1S1!y had
mcreased 10 30"h. on !he otiter h~nd, Organrc Chemistry has rontrib"!ed to about 32%.

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In AlPMT 2008, the !"'l'tentage cont..1bU!IOI1 ot all the parts"""' almost same Wtit that of 2006. A~air1 General
and Physical Chemistry had had 1IS larger share V>irh 54%. Orgdrllc and lnorgan1c Chemistry shored about 32%
and 14%, respec!lvely.

A d~ep anruj;sis of AIPMT pa,oors shows that som~ <ubtop1cs of the syllabus are very imponanl from wh1ch
questrons are frequemly asked These S!ll:>mr1cs are
Heisenbivg'> princi~l~ Quantum numbers. VSEPR tneory, Dirote moment, MOT. van der Woalo equatron.
Solid state (denSity and radrw of orystal), Calculation otK,, K, and pH, Exprassron for r\ate of a r~action, order
ot rgact1on ~ 1 , Coordinolion Chemrsl!y (geome(n{, "omensm. hylmdizatlon), d-Biod< element (colour.
m~gnet1c character, unparred electrons. stabrlty ot ions). Thermochemistry , G1hh., tre<e energy. lonrsatron
enthalpy. Atomic size, Gen~ml orgartiC chemrstry, Alkenes, Aldol and Cannrzaro's reactiu11. Prote111s. Glucose