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Conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education, the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) is an entrance examination for students who aspire to get into various State level and National level Medical Colleges for MBBS, BDS, BAMS and BHS courses. Owing to the fact that it is one of the toughest exams to crack, it is critical be aware of every aspect of the exam, including the paper pattern, marking scheme, important topics and cutoffs

Structure of the Exam

Paper Pattern: The AIPMT paper has 180 questions. Each question is for 4 marks. Questions in the paper are in the form of multiple choice questions. There are 45 questions each from Physics and Chemistry and 90 questions from Biology. There is negative marking in this exam. For every correct answer, 4 marks are given, but for each wrong answer, 1 mark will be deducted.

Marks Distribution

Subject Class 11 Class 12 Total
  Total Questions Total Marks Total Questions Total Marks Total Questions Total Marks
Physics 25 100 20 80 45 180
Chemistry 21 84 24 96 45 180
Biology 49 196 41 164 90 360
Grand Total 95 380 85 340 180 720

Important Subject-wise Topics

Physics: Mechanics, SHM and Waves, Heat and Thermodynamics, Properties of Matter, Electrodynamics, Modern Physics, Optics, Current Electricity, Electromagnetic Field and Force, Semiconductor Devices, Wave Optics, Work Power and Energy, Kinetic Energy.

Chemistry: Inorganic Chemistry, Chemical Bonding, Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, General Organic Chemistry, Carbonyl Compounds, Reaction Mechanism, Atomic Structure, Solutions and Colligative Properties.

Biology: Animal Kingdom, Application Biology, Biotechnology Applications, Plant Breeding, Biomolecules, Body Fluids and Circulation, Cell Biology, Cell – Basic Unit of Life, Ecology, Ecosystem, Environmental Issues, Evolution, Genetics, Human Health and Disease, Principles of Inheritance and Variations, Human Reproduction, Plant Diversity, Plant Morphology, Transport in Plants, Reproduction in Plants.