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I thought about preparing for the Medical in Class 9 itself. We did not have awareness about the number of exams we would have to clear or how we would have to prepare but the dream was from 9th standard only.
In 11th Class I joined Spectrum Institute in Nashik and prepared with them.
I prepared for AIPMT using the NCERT books. Especially for Biology we didn’t have to have to look beyond NCERT because everything comes from there. For AIIMS also NCERT books were enough. I tackled Physics and Chemistry by doing regular practice. For the CET I referred to books issued by the State Boards.
I actually prepared my own notes from the NCERT books. This years AIPMT paper, which got cancelled, had 20-30 questions directly from my notes.
I didn’t have a very admirable routine. I would dedicate 1 or 2 hours in the morning to preparing my notes. In the evening I would attend classes and at night I usually relaxed. Sometimes I did simple revision of things that I was taught in class on a given day.
Closer to the exams I did not study that much and I relaxed a lot more. I would revise and prepare from my notes.
I feel I should have practiced more in Physics and Chemistry. My biology was strong so I should have worked on my weak areas in other subjects.
I used Embibe for taking tests but other than that I did not use any online tool.
The review that Embibe provides after the test was very helpful. The time spent per question and the explanation given for each answer especially in Biology was a helpful tool. This helped me excel and move ahead quickly.
I tried to keep my mind as empty as possible. I finished my paper about 10 mins before finish time. There is no time to think. I just knew that my paper went well and I was confident.
If you have sufficient material then you should first do that and then try other tools.
If you are preparing for any CBSE conducted exam the best thing is to be clear with NCERT and practice all subjects adequately. If your prepare Biology from NCERT you are guaranteed to score very high.
I didn’t practice Physics and Chemistry in the end but I would advise students to prepare till the end.
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