Tips for preparation of Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research (JIPMER).
It has emerged as one of the top five medical institutes in the country. It has been recognised by the MCI as a ‘center of excellence’ in medical education. Every year, a large number of students appear for the JIPMER MBBS entrance test. Although JIPMER does not prescribe any syllabus for the entrance examination, the JIPMER syllabus is based on Class 11 and 12 syllabi prescribed by the State Board HSC and CBSE. In this post, shall provide you with top preparation tips on how to crack JIPMER.
Subject wise question distribution:-
|Subject||No. of Questions|
|English Language & Comprehension||10|
|Quants & Reasoning||10|
1. Proper Planning-
A proper timetable/study plan must be followed to crack the examination. You have to figure out how much time and effort you have to put in on each topic. Concentrate more on your weaker sections. Also, a proper study planning will help you finish your syllabus on time.
2. Complete NCERT Book First-
Read NCERT books for clearing your basics. Solve mock tests, sample papers and previous year papers on a daily basis. 80-90% of the questions come from the NCERT books.
3. Divide Time Equally-
Try to bifurcate your time equally among all subjects instead of focusing on a single subject. Prepare all subjects in a methodical manner. Fix a time limit and try to finish all your subjects before that time.
4. Solve Previous Years’ Paper-
Solve previous year papers. Although the questions may not be repeated, they will give you an idea about the exam, and about the type of questions that are frequented.
5. Proper Revision-
Consistency is another main point that one should be concerned about. Students are ridiculously passionate about their preparations. They craft strategies and design long timetables, decide to put in 4-6 hours of studies every day, abstain from using mobiles and loads of such righteous constraints, but sadly this is adhered to for a few days only. So, it is important that students be determined and focused.
6. Proper Understanding-
In order to finish off things sooner, a high preference for superficial learning than conceptual learning is noticed in students, which is dangerous. It means you are not learning thoroughly and in-depth. Clear your basic concepts and read everything in details.
7. Keep Solving Mock Test-
Monitor your progress by taking regular mock tests. A mock test is a compass which tells you exactly what you need to focus on. It helps in your preparation, self-evaluation, time management and in understanding your weaknesses because the more problems we are exposed to before the actual exam, the more is the likelihood that we would get it right if a similar problem was asked in the actual exam.