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2018 Medical Entrance: Getting Started With Preps

As the fresh academic year has already begun, students have fastened their belts and are all prepped up to start preparing for their respective entrance exams. Every year many bright and talented students try their best to crack AIPMT, AIIMs, JIPMER and other Pre-Medical Entrance examination in India. This article aims to help you crack 2018 Medical entrance exams so that you can analyse your preparations well and have a focused study plan. Read on!

Know Your Exam

The basic precursor to preparing for any exam is knowing the exam well. You must know the important dates of the exam, to start with, along with the exam pattern and syllabus. Knowing the exam pattern is a must because it helps decide the way you will be preparing for the exam. If the exam demands paragraph questions or multiple choices, your preparation may vary. Most probably, 2018 Medical Entrance will involve NEET. Head over here to our article on NEET all you need to know and find out what all the exam demands and start your journey accordingly.

Let’s begin with understanding all the medical entrance exams.

2018 Medical Entrance Exams – UG National level

  • All India Institute of Medical Sciences Nursing Entrance Exam: AIIMS Nursing 2018 is conducted by the authority of AIIMS, New Delhi. It is a national level entrance exam.
  • All India Pre Medical Test: AIPMT is now called NEET 2018 and is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). As per the AIPMT score, MBBS and BDS admission are offered.
  • KLE University All India Medical Entrance Test: KLEU AIETis a medical entrance examination that is conducted by the KLE University. Once candidates pass this entrance, they get admission for the medical courses in the same university.
  • Manipal University Online Entrance Test Medical: MU OETis a medical entrance examination done by the Manipal University. Candidates who clear this test can enroll in the medical courses offered by Manipal University.

2018 Medical Entrance Exams – PG National level

  • All India Institute of Medical Sciences Post Graduate Exam: AIIMS PG 2018 is the entrance exam candidates need to apply for various PG medical courses. The test is conducted under AIIMS, New Delhi.
  • Foreign Medical Graduate Screening Exam: FMGE 2018 is an exam for students who have passed their medical graduation from foreign countries and are seeking registration with the Medical Council of India. Students get the medical registration from the medical council of India once they pass this test.
  • JIPMER PG Entrance Exam: JIPMER PG 2018 is an entrance exam for the PG level candidates who want a seat for MD/MS. It is conducted by Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research.

2018 Medical Entrance Exams – UG State level

  • Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination: BCECE 2018 is a state-level UG entrance examination that is specially organized for pharmacy, agriculture and engineering. It is conducted every year by the BCECE Board.
  • Chhattisgarh Pre Medical Test: CG PMT 2018, which is also known as Chhattisgarh Vyapam PMT is a state-level medical entrance for UG applicants. Students who pass this test can then apply for MBBS/BDS in any medical college in the Chhattisgarh state.
  • Common Entrance Test for Pondicherry Private Medical Colleges: CET PPMC 2018 is the test that is conducted by The Pondicherry Linguistic and Religious Minority Medical and Dental College Welfare Association. With the help of this entrance, candidates can get admission for MBBS and BDS courses in various colleges in Pondicherry.
  • Diploma Certificate Entrance Competitive Examination: DCECE 2018 is an entrance test organized by the Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECEB). Once this entrance test is cleared, candidates can apply for the Para Medical Dental – Matric Level (PMD Matric Level) or Para Medical Intermediate Level (PM Intermediate Level) courses in Bihar state.
  • Gujarat Common Entrance Test: GUJCET 2018is a common entrance test that is conducted by the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSEB). Once the GUJ CET is passed, students can go for diploma level pharmacy courses in government or aided colleges in the state of Gujarat.
  • Jammu and Kashmir Common Entrance Test: JK CET 2018 is a state-level common entrance examination that is conducted by The Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examination (BOPEE). It is held in Jammu and Kashmir State with an aim to find good candidates for medical and allied courses that are offered by the various colleges in the same state.
  • Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Exam: JCECE 2018is the state-level exam conducted by the JCECE Board every year in the state of Jharkhand. Candidates who pass this entrance test can then apply for medical and allied courses offered by various colleges in the state of Jharkhand.
  • National Eligibility and Entrance Test: NEET 2018 MBBS is the national level entrance exam organised by the Central Board of Secondary Education. It is conducted for all the applicants who are applying for the MBBS/BDS course.
  • Telangana State Engineering, Agriculture & Medical Common Entrance Test: TS EAMCET 2018 is a state level UG common entrance examination that is specially designed for Engineering, Agriculture and Medical courses across the Telangana state. It is held by the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad.

2018 Medical Entrance Exams – PG State level

  • The National Eligibility and Entrance Test – Post Graduation: NEET PG 2018 is an entrance exam meant for PG medical courses all over India. Students who pass the NEET can then pursue their PG medical in any medical college or university across India.

2018 Medical Entrance Exams – UG University level

  • Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research: JIPMER 2018 is an entrance test for their medical candidates. Students who are applying for MBBS course in JIPMER need to go through this entrance test. Candidates who pass this test then get admission for MBBS at JIPMER University, Pondicherry.
  • Siksha o Anusandhan University Admission Test: SAAT 2018is the entrance test organised by Siksha O Anusandhan University, for their candidates who are applying for various medical courses in UG or PG level. Students who pass this test get admission in the Siksha O Anusandhan University.

Medical & Dental Entrance Exams 2017 and 2018 – UG (MBBS Entrance Exams, BDS, and other courses)

The following medical/dental entrance exams were held for 2017 admissions and will also be held for 2018 admissions in MBBS, BDS and other Medical Programs of various medical colleges.

List of Medical Entrance Exams In India Exam Date
NEET National Entrance cum Eligibility Test
AFMC Armed Forces Medical College Entrance Exam
AICEE All India Common Entrance Examination
AICET All India Common Entrance Test
AIET All India level Entrance Test
AIIMS All India Institute of Medical Sciences
AIPGMEE All India Post Graduate Medical Entrance Examination
AIPMT All India Pre-Medical/ Pre-Dental Entrance Test
AIPVT All India Pre-Veterinary Test
AMUPMDC Entrance Exam Association of Managements of Unaided Private Medical and Dental Colleges Entrance Examination
APPG Andhra Pradesh PG Medical Entrance Exam
ARS NET Agricultural Research Service and National Eligibility Test
AU AIMEE Annamalai University All India Medical Entrance Exam
BHU GNM Banaras Hindu University (BHU) Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery Entrance Test
BHU PMT Banaras Hindu University Pre Medical Test
BLDE UGET BLDE University Under Graduate Entrance Test
CETPPMC Common Entrance Test for Pondicherry Private Medical Colleges
CMC Vellore Christian Medical College, Vellore
COMEDK  Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka
COMEDK PGET Consortium of Medical Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka Post Graduate Medical Entrance Test (COMEDK PGET)
DU PGMET Delhi University Post Graduate Medical/Dental Entrance Test
DUMET Delhi University Medical / Dental Entrance Test
EAMCET Medical Engineering, Agriculture and Medicine Common Entrance Test
GOA CET Goa Common Entrance Test
GUJCET Gujarat Common Entrance Test for MBBS BDS Admission
HP CPMT Himachal Pradesh Combined Pre Medical Test
JCECE Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination
JIPMER Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research
JNU CBEE JNU Combined Biotechnology Entrance Exam
JSSU UGET JSSU-UGET 2017 JSS University Mysore UG Medical & Dental Admission
KCET Karnataka Common Entrance Test
KEAM Kerala Engineering Architecture Medical Examination
KLE PGAIET KLE University Post-Graduate All India Entrance Test
Manipal UGET Manipal Undergraduate Entrance test
MHT CET Government of Maharashtra, State Common Entrance Test
MHT CET Maharashtra Common Entrance Test
MP DMAT Madhya Pradesh All India Dental & Medical Admission Test
NAARM SRF PGS National Academy of Agricultural Research Management Indian Council of Agricultural Research Senior Research Fellowship
NUUGET NUUGET 2017 NITTE University All India under Graduate Entrance Test
PIMS Entrance Exam Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences Entrance Exam
PMET Punjab Medical Entrance Test
SBVUMCET Sri Balaji Vidyapeeth Universityf Medical Common Entrance Test
UPCAT Uttar Pradesh Common Admission Test
UPCPMT Uttar Pradesh Combined Pre Medical Test
UPMT Uttarakhand Common Pre Medical Entrance Examination
VMU AICEE Vinayaka Missions University All India Common Entrance Examination
WBJEE West Bengal Joint Entrance Exam Medical

Tips to Ace Medical Entrance Exams

Stick to the syllabus

At the start of the course, students often feel that they have ample amount of time and they can read more than what the syllabus holds, for it will ensure a better security for them. The general notion being: the more you study, the more you score. This is true but given that you stick to the syllabus. Head over here for NEET syllabus and find out what you must and what you mustn’t read. Find out your strengths and weaknesses once you are well into the syllabus and keep referring to the syllabus occasionally so as to remain on the right track.

Create a study timetable

Set your daily routine and keep a fixed time for studying for your entrance exam. You must allot sufficient hours for your self-study, apart from those you devote in school/coaching classes. Self-study is a must and can’t be deleted from the algorithm. Assign a few hours for recapitulating whatever you studied in the entire day. It is important that you revise your daily studies and make necessary notes. Put an hour aside for recreational activities to recharge yourself from the monotonous schedule. The sooner you accustom your body to the schedule, the better it will be for you.

Refer to Question Banks

Make sure that you begin your preparations with sufficient study material. You must have with you an archive or question bank of collections of all the previous years’ papers. Alternatively, you could have supplementary material for each chapter. Either way, refer to these question banks and try to attempt numericals and questions from the chapter you just covered. Not only does this tell you about the standard of your preparation, it helps you realize the level of the exam you are prepping for.

Simulate exams every few months

Solve a sample paper a week by timing it yourself. This is how you build up your speed for the actual exam. Solving sample papers helps you adjust to examination conditions and also lets you evaluate your strengths and weaknesses. Your recollection speed of concepts would also improve this way. It is also important to adapt your body clock to the examination timings so that you can deliver your best in that duration. The more you are stick to time restrictions, the better equipped you are to handle your performance in the exam.

Notes and Flashcards

While preparing, write down the important concepts that you might need to come back to, no matter how difficult the topic is. Once the preparation of that topic is done, refer to these notes that you’ve prepared to strengthen your roots. Preferably, maintain a register or diary which contains all the important equations and formulas which will be your sole key to revision even right before the exam.

Healthy lifestyle

Spend the days of your preparation without stress, sufficient sleep and waking up with confidence. Eat well and don’t strain your body much. Stay positive, healthy and strong and win the race.

Nowadays, the medical field is growing like never before and there are many opportunities for everyone. The medicinal market keeps inventing new technologies and students can now be a part of many things or can even invent new theorems or practical methods.

2018 Medical Entrance is far away for now. Preparing for an entrance exam is a lengthy process and can be strenuous for most. Hang in there and win the trophy. All the best!

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