Very often we talk about how to succeed in tough entrance tests like TOEFL, ISAT, IITJEE, AIIMS, AIPMT etc. All difficult entrance tests have some common criteria for testing candidates. A part of the question paper is comparatively easier, a part of mid-level difficulty and the measure part of maximum difficulty. Since in this article
NEET, or the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test, is the single entrance exam for medical and dental courses in India with effect from 2016. It was previously known as the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT). With the changes brought about in 2016, there was an increase in the number of seats for MBBS and BDS courses. This also translated to a tougher and stiffer competition as the students have to now compete on an all-India level. Find all detailed and updated information on NEET syllabus, exam pattern, eligibility criteria, important dates, important topics, chapter weightage, preparation tips, best books, etc.here.
Exams like IITJEE, AIEEE, AIPMT etc. need coaching, When class X board results are declared most of the 10 and 9 plus graders get ready to join a coaching centre for next two years. When it comes to competing for IITs, NITs, AIIMS etc., even those below 9 CGPA are not far behind. Many of
A blog post by Dheeraj Sanghi, Prof. IIT Kanpur We are in the middle of admission season. Everyone wants to know which college to go to, which branch to take, and such other questions. How should one decide these things. The initial temptation of people like me is to suggest to look inside for passion
One of the most common question from students who are preparing for JEE Main, Advanced and AIPMT etc… Some of the frequently asked questions are I am going to drop for one year, will it effect my placements? I’m not happy with my score, I can do much better. Should I drop this year? I’m