The All India Pre-Medical EntranceTest is one of the toughest exams conducted by the Central Board Secondary Examination, Delhi, for students who aspire to get into various medical colleges across the country. The pressure among students is so intense that they get easily nervous if the paper pattern or the syllabus of the exam undergoes any change, such as changes in the marking scheme or the sectional breakup. Although the exam has the least odds of absurd changes, every year students look for any changes AIPMT is likely to have.
However, for any competitive exam, the syllabus is very important for students to make their way through the test and succeed. The syllabus is the first priority for students who want to score well because it gives them a direction to study. The biggest advantage of AIPMT is that there is uniformity and single level competition for students who wish to get into MBBS and BDS programmes of various colleges.
The syllabus of AIPMT consists of topics taught in Science for Class 11and 12. Questions in the entrance exam are mainly asked from the three subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Zoology and Botany). To be fully prepared for the exam, it is better to have an insight of the whole syllabus in detail. This will help you to be prepared for any twist in the exam.
Magnetic Effect of Current and Magnetism, Semiconductors and solid devices, Current Electricity, Electrostatics, Heat and Thermodynamics, Wave Motion, Physics of Nucleus, Direct Current and Alternating Current, Gravitation, Optics, Centre of Mass, Impulse and Momentum, Radioactivity, Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory, Law of Motion, Oscillation and Waves and Modern Physics (Atomic Models).
Organic Chemistry, Chemical Thermodynamics, Biomolecules, Coordination Compounds, Ionic Equilibrium, Alcohol Phenol Ether, Transition Elements (d and f block), Atoms and Molecules, Redox Reactions, Atomic Structure, Aldehyde Ketone, Mole Concepts, Alkanes, Alkenes and Alkynes, Chemical Equilibrium, Gaseous State, Solid State, Nuclear Chemistry, Electrochemistry and Carboxylic Acid and its Derivatives.
Chemical Coordination, Genetics and Evolution, Animal Morphology, Mineral Nutrients, Anatomy of Flowering Plants, Cell Structure and Function, Environmental Issues, Pollution and its after effects, Application of Biotechnology, Sensory System, Biomedical Technologies, Excretion, Movement and Locomotion, Lungs and Respiration, Fungi and Food Production, Plant Physiology and Reproduction.
Studying the whole syllabus is not possible for many students. So, make sure you are strong enough in the topics you study to help you score well in the test. Also remember to look at the marking scheme of different topics in the exam, as this will help you to focus on topics with more weightage.