AIIMS MBBS Student Reaction 2018 provides the analysis of exam by the students, who appeared in the entrance test. AIIMS, New Delhi has conducted AIIMS MBBS 2018 on 26 and 27 May in two shifts - morning and evening. The future AIIMS aspirants can read AIIMS MBBS 2018 student reaction. The student reaction of AIIMS MBBS 2018 provides the information about the paper pattern, number of questions, glitches in the exam, issues at the exam centre and other related details of AIIMS MBBS 2018. As per the exam analysis of AIIMS MBBS 2018 on both days, students found Physics as the toughest of all sections. While Chemistry and Biology were the easiest sections. The medical entrance examination is conducted for admission to 807 MBBS seats offered by 9 AIIMS institutes located in India. More than 3 lakh aspirants appeared for AIIMS MBBS exam. Candidates can read the article AIIMS MBBS student reaction 2018 below.
AIIMS MBBS 2018 includes 200 questions divided into 5 subjects i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Biology, General Knowledge and Reasoning. Applicants are allotted 1 mark for every correct answer and 1/3 mark is deducted for their every incorrect answer.
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AIIMS MBBS 2018 Students Reaction
The morning shift has been conducted and candidates can check the initial reactions of students for AIIMS MBBS 2018 below. AIIMS MBBS will be held two days in two shifts as stated earlier. AIIMS MBBS 2018 has been conducted in two shifts - morning shift from 09:00 am to 12:30 pm and from 03:00 pm to 06:30 pm (evening shift). The latest reactions and exam analysis of AIIMS MBBS will be updated as soon after the conclusion of the exam.
AIIMS MBBS Student Reaction 2018 (27 May) - Morning Shift (09:00 am to 12:30 pm)
Students rated Physics as the toughest section due to lengthy and complicated calculations. Biology was the easiest. General Knowledge, Logical Reasoning and Chemistry was of moderate level.
Anupam - The paper is over now. Not sure what will be the rank. For me, around 30 questions from Physics were tough. Let's hope for the best.
Sharad Chandra Goel - I have a problem with seating arrangements. It is right that the list pastes on AIIMS exam centres by name of candidates, not by roll number. By name is too not alphabetic system. very bad seating arrangements.
Students also complained about the mismanagement at the exam centre. They tweeted that at Turbhe centre of iON digital zone, no arrangement for fans or ACs were available. Students were sweating profusely.
AIIMS MBBS 2018 Student Reactions 26 May - Evening shift (03:00 pm to 06:30 pm)
Priya Sharma - It was my first attempt for AIIMS MBBS. I also appeared for NEET and undoubtedly, it was easier than AIIMS. Overall I found the exam to be moderate to difficult. In Chemistry, more questions were asked from Organic. Semi-conductor from Physics was a bit confusing for me. While I was confident in Botany from Biology. I am expecting above 150.
Supriya - I attempted AIIMS MBBS 2018 for the first time. However, NEET 2018 was my second attempt. For a well-prepared student, AIIMS MBBS exam would be in the range of moderate to easy. In Physics, I found questions from current electricity quite tricky since I am weak in it. Organic was the dominant topic in Chemistry. While In Biology, Botany had more questions than Zoology. For me General Awareness and Logical Reasoning was easy. one of the question from GA was "Who is the Cheif Justice of India?" I have attempted 138 questions in the exam.
Sakshi - I am from Delhi, CBSE board. This was my first attempt. I found Physics to be tough in AIIMS MBBS 2018. A lot of numerical based questions were asked and Reason-Assertion questions were really confusing for me. My sections of Chemistry and Biology went alright and they might turn out to be securing for me.
Jayantiraj - It was the second attempt at AIIMS and I took coaching from Allen Kota. I found the reason-assertion questions from Physics tough. Rest of the subjects were easy. I am expecting about 120 marks. If offered, I would like to choose AIIMS Rishikesh.
Sokhya - I belong to Patna. Overall the exam was moderate. I think if I would have studied harder, I could have got better scores. For me, Reason-Assertion sections from Chemistry and Biology easy, while that of Physics were tough.
Sai Kousik discussed AIIMS MBBS 2018:
AIIMS MBBS Student Reactions 26 May - Morning shift (09:00 am-12:30 pm)
Komal - This is my second attempt in AIIMS MBBS and I am expecting to score between 110-130. Overall the paper was moderate. Biology would be the easiest topic for the candidates who prepared well from NCERT. More questions from Biology were from Zoology section. The questions in Chemistry were ranged from moderate to difficult and more questions were asked from Coordinate Chemistry. Physics was lengthy as expected. Potion from General Awareness and Logical Reasoning were easily managed, except the mathematics question of profit and loss.
Suraj - I found the paper easy. All the questions were from NCERT level. There were no technical glitches and I personally liked my exam centre. I attempted 160 questions in the paper. I am expecting good rank and hoping for admission in good AIIMS institute.
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AIIMS MBBS 2018 Exam Analysis
Candidates can read the AIIMS MBBS exam analysis by students for 26 and 27 May below.
AIIMS MBBS Exam Analysis - 27 May
- Overall the paper was moderate and Physics was the toughest section of all
- Due to lengthy and complicated calculations, students found Physics as the toughest section
- Biology was the easiest section of all
- GK, Logical Reasoning and Chemistry was of moderate level
AIIMS MBBS Exam Analysis - 26 May
- According to the exam analysis of AIIMS MBBS 2018, Physics was the toughest section of all.
- Overall AIIMS MBBS morning shift was moderate and questions from more calculative
- Most of the questions under Physics section were asked from thermodynamics and time-consuming as well. Thus, aspirants appearing for foremost slots are required to attempt other sections first
- Biology was the easiest section of all and most of the questions were asked from NCERT textbooks class 11 and 12
- Chemistry section was a moderate and maximum number of questions were from Coordinate geometry
- The questions from General Awareness were the latest current affairs
- Aptitude and logical reasoning section included mathematical questions such as profit and loss
- Candidates did not found any technical glitches during the examination
Below is the list of questions asked in the examination:
- Angular magnification
- Electric field of disc
- Intensive and extensive properties
- Electromagnetic waves, and communications – 3 questions
- Polarisation – 2 questions
- Questions on semiconductors
- Zener diode