AIPMT (NEET Phase 1) 2016 Paper Analysis : AIPMT 2016 Exam review & Question paper Analysis | Question Asked in Physics, Chemistry, Biology Subjects paper
AIPMT (NEET Phase 1) 2016 Paper Analysis :
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has successfully conducted written examination (OMR Sheet based Test) of All India Pre-medical/Pre-dental Entrance test-2016 for Admission to MBBS/ BDS courses at various examination centres all across in the country.
All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test – 2016 has been conducted on Sunday, the 01st May 2016 from 10:00 am to 01:00 pm. The duration of test would be 3 hours. This is the first phase examination conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). As per the official information, 6.5 lakh candidates have appeared in the first phase exam.
AIPMT 2016 Question Asked
Name of the Organization: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
Exam Name: All India Pre–Medical / Pre–Dental Test (AIPMT)
AIPMT Exam Date: 1st May 2016
AIMPT Answer Key Availability Date: 24th May 2016 to 26th May 2016
AIPMT Results Announcement Date: 5th of June 2016
Official Websites to Check AIPMT Results 2016: cbseresults.nic.in / aipmt.nic.in
AIPMT (NEET Phase 1) 2016 Paper Analysis
The exam was comprised of 180 objective type questions based on physics, chemistry and biology (Botany & Zoology) and was held for a duration of three hours i.e. 10 am to 1 pm.
Here we present you the analysis of the AIPMT 2016:
Physics was above average. It was calculative. Few questions were asked from NCERT and as much as 40 percent of the questions were tough; similarly, 40 percent were medium while only 20 percent of the questions were easy. Some of the questions were repeated from the previous years' papers.
In Chemistry, the difficulty level of the questions was on the higher side compared to last year's exam. Approximately 1/3rd of the questions were from class 11, while the rest were from class 12. Many of the questions were not from the NCERT textbook. Two questions had "two options" that were correct while in another question none of the correct option was mentioned.
The Biology portion had more of less questions of average level. The questions from Class 11 and Class 12 were almost of same number. Some of the questions were not covered from the NCERT textbook. One of the questions had wrong options as none of the options justified micronutrients (asked in the question). Maximum weightage of the questions were from Cytology, Physiology, Genetics and Ecology. The paper was relatively on the easier side as compared to the last year's exam.
The answer key for the AIPMT will be available from May 24 to May 26 and the results for the same will get declared on June 5.