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Tips to crack JIPMER medical entrance exam for MBBS

By: Vishal on May 07, 2018

After NEET, JIPMER is the toughest medical exam for MBBS entrance. The upcoming JIPMER exam has been scheduled for June 3, 2018. JIPMER is being conducted by Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research Institute every year to take admissions into MBBS and other Medical Programmes. JIPMER Puducherry was ranked at position #6th by the NIRF Medical Ranking for the year 2018. Each year lakhs of aspiring candidates prepare to bag a secure position in this exam for a future as MBBS doctor. Participating in this exam requires hard work, dedication, and proper planning to secure a good rank on a national level.

Tips to Crack JIPMER Medical Entrance Exam


Here you go with a complete preparation plan for the JIPMER entrance exam for easy strategies and tips to get better scores on the exam.

Strategy for JIPMER Exam

Be it NEET 2018 or JIPMER 2018; you need to practice the hard and fast rules of entrance exam to ensure you are not left behind even after intense preparation for years. Before you proceed ahead with preparation of a study schedule, you need to be aware of the basic exam pattern that you need to follow.

JIPMER Exam Pattern -

Understand what to study and what not to study requires an aspirant to know the exam pattern. Here are the basics of JIPMER exam pattern according to the latest updates. This information might or might not be subjected to change as per the decision was taken by the concerned authorities in future that shall be updated accordingly at our website.

  • Total Exam Duration: 2.5 Hours.
  • Examination Mode: CBT or Computer-Based Test.
  • Exam Language: English only.
  • Total Questions: 200.

Subject-wise distribution of the paper

  • Physics- 60 Questions.
  • Biology- 60 Questions.
  • Chemistry- 60 Questions.
  • Logical and Quantitative Reasoning- 10 Questions.
  • English Language and Comprehension- 10 Questions.

All the questions set for the exam follow the CBSE prescribed syllabus for 12th standard and the State Board Higher Secondary education.

Best books for preparation of JIPMER

Before you go ahead and pick any book from your local library for preparation of JIPMER, the candidate is suggested to opt for NCERT to clarify doubts related to the basics of a medical exam syllabus. NCERT is the default book to prefer when opting for JIPMER. You can also opt for numerous other selections of books that can help you prepare for the MBBS exam.

Here is a list of the most preferred books when it comes to JIPMER preparation:

  • Wiley's Objective Biology for NEET Paperback.
  • The concept of Physics- Vol. 1.
  • The concept of Physics- Vol. 2.
  • JIPMER Medical 15 Years Solved Papers.
  • JPNP Objective Physics by Sanjeev Gupta.
  • JPNP Objective Subjective Zoology for Medical Entrance by Dr. S. P. Kurl.

Tips for preparation of JIPMER Entrance Exam for MBBS aspirants

Increasing competition with each passing year among the applicants has enhanced the need for a thorough and disciplined preparation strategy. JIPMER MBBS exam pitches questions from subjects that include Zoology, Botany, Chemistry, and Physics. The topics you have studied in the 11th and the 12th standard shall be included in the JIPMER exam syllabus. To excel in the exam, aspirants must start their preparation from the 11th standard to get a better understanding of the topics of concern.

Always start with the academic textbooks for a proper grasp of basics. This should eventually be followed by the question banks or study guides for various subjects of concern. It is imperative that the students must be serious during the preparation of this particular exam.

Here are some things that you need to follow when preparing for JIPMER MBBS Entrance Exam:

  • Concept Clarity: 

    JIPMER essentially tests the conceptual clarity of a student with a serious of the carefully constructed questionnaire. As per the latest analysis of the previous year exam questionnaire, it has been found that the physics section tests a student's clarity regarding concepts. However, biology contained straightforward questions. Chemistry section carried mostly biochemistry results. This means candidates need to have total clarity of all the concepts.
  • Regular Practice: 

    It goes without any saying that regular practice makes one perfect. A student should start practicing from the very first day he/she enters the 11th standard. This ensures that the student understands every basic with no chance of error or loss of confidence during the exam.
  • Short Notes: 

    The stress of exam can make a candidate forget the short but relevant formulas that are important for your JIPMER exam. This can lead to loss of marks which is why it is important to remember these formulas by preparing crisp and short notes that carry the most important ones for a quick review now and then. They are easy to carry so that you can memorize them while traveling or multi-tasking.
  • Attempt for Mock Exams:

    This should be a regular practice when trying to achieve better marks at the JIPMER MBBS exam. Taking mock tests on a regular basis prepares you for the upcoming exam. You can easily bring down the stress associated with the main exams by practicing the same pattern with Mock exams. This updates the candidate with different levels of difficulty to feel at ease while attempting one in real.
  • Analyze your mistakes: 

    A score analysis should always follow every mock exam you attempt. Look at the questions you went wrong with and try to understand what your weak area is. Try to focus more on the sections where you have scored fewer marks and strengthen them up accordingly. If time is your enemy, try to take timed mock tests to ensure that you get a good practice to complete maximum questions within a stipulated time frame.
  • Stress-Free Sleep: 

    Without a sound body and mind, it is impossible to obtain good marks. Before you start with that rigorous study schedule, make sure you get a sound and stress-free sleep to help your brain relax and absorb as much knowledge as possible. Also, remember that good food is the key to better brain and body health which can be an added advantage to study with complete focus.

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