Medical entrance exams are like a hard nut to crack which occur annually. More than four lakh students appear for these tests with dreams of becoming successful doctors in future. Not all are lucky enough to make it to the best institutes while other institutions which provide MBBS degrees may or may not be reputed. AFMC (Armed Forces Medical College), AIIMS (ALL India Institute of Medical Sciences), AIMS (Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences) and Bhartia Vidyapeeth are some institutions who conduct these examinations. There are thousands of medical colleges like them who conduct examinations all over India.

The rules for most of the institutions are the same except for a few private institutions. The questions are always from the syllabus of 11th and 12th standard. Physics, chemistry and biology are three subjects which are always asked in the exams. In some cases there is negative marking for every wrong answer with a few exceptions. The course content is quite vast and ample amount of time is required to gain mastery over these subjects. This cannot be done in a fortnight or a month. Rigorous practice and understanding of all concepts needs to be done to get successful in the exams.

Candidates should practice and solve problems everyday to keep themselves on their toes at all times. It has been observed that students first finish the easy parts of a subject while the major portions are left out. In fact it should be the opposite in order to ensure a good score. Sample papers and preceding years’ test papers should be practiced regularly in order to where a student stands in exams in reality. Mock tests are the best way to ensure that concepts are clear and completely understood. One of the most important factors to get success is to work according to a study plan. Equal time and devotion to all the subjects must be given in order to know all the subjects completely. ‘Motivation’ is an important factor which makes it easier for every candidate to prepare for medical entrance exams. Students need to know what motivates them to study, rather what makes them think more about it than any other chore.

The books and reference material and other guide books need to be seen in order to know which ones can benefit them in a better way. Moreover not more than two reference books should be consulted for such exams. Too many of them can create problems for a student and can become a hindrance in learning. Coaching for such exams varies from student to student. Many times there are cases where they do not need coaching at all while in most cases coaching is taken up to clear all problems which they face. Regular study of 8-10 hours a day will be ideal top prepare for such an extensive and intense test.

Revision of all that is learnt must be done on weekends and regular practice is indeed required to keep all the concepts clear. Sports, television and other luxuries of life cannot be enjoyed during such crucial times. Lastly they should be able to make their own decision; students need to be making wise decisions to get success for their future dreams. All these factors need to be kept in mind to ensure victory in medical exams.

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