Exam Details - Medical Entrance Exam
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To become a doctor is mostly every child’s dream. But there are very few of them who actually are that lucky enough to really live their dream after growing up. Doctor is considered, next to God. It is only him on the earth who has the ability and capability to grant life to a dying person. Doctors are thus always held high in esteem in the society. There is no other profession where you can get that respect.
This profession requires a lot of hard work and dedication. Simply gaining a degree is not enough here.
If you want to build up your career as a medical practitioner or doctor in India, you will have to M.B.B.S. Medical science is a very vast field. There are no. of specialisations in Medical Science. To become a doctor one has to choose his line of interest. Specialisations like cardiac, neurology, ophthalmology, orthopaedics, paediatrics, gynaecology, surgery etc. have to be chosen at the time of doing M.B.B.S.
Universities providing the course select students from all over India by conducting a pre entrance exam. The candidates are required to appear in the same for getting admission to medical courses.
There are no. of medical entrance test that are being conducted in India every year. Some of them are as follows:
CBSE AIPMT (All India Pre Medical Test)
AIIMS M.B.B.S Entrance Exam
AFMC M.B.B.S Entrance Exam
JIPMER Entrance exam
Manipal Entrance exam
Other State level exams are KCET, WBCET, MH-CET, MP-PMT and many more.
Eligibility Criteria for Medical Entrance Exams in India
The age limit is 17 years minimum and maximum 25 years for appearing in most of the medical entrance exams in India.
The no. of attempts for some of the medical entrance exams is limited to a maximum of 3.
The candidates appearing for the pre- medical entrance exams should have passes 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English as the compulsory subjects. The minimum desirable aggregate is 50% marks in PCB.
Medical Entrance Exam Pattern
The pattern is usually Objective type with the subjects being covered as physics, chemistry and biology. For some of the exams the universities/colleges also take an aptitude test or an English language test which is also objective type.
So you are a medical aspirant come and practise on our free online practise test papers. The questions here can also be from previous year’s question papers. So keep practising as many no. of time as you want on our practise test section.
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