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AIIMS Result 2018: Topper says Exam was Tougher than NEET

By: Sakshi Awasthi on June 20, 2018

The All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi declared the AIIMS 2018 Result on June 18, 2018. This year the Top 3 positions are obtained by female candidates. The First position is bagged by Eliza Bansal of Sangrur District, Punjab. The 17-year-old student has scored 100 Percentile in the AIIMS MBBS 2018 examination which was conducted on May 26 & May 27, 2018.


Eliza Bansal says that she is extremely happy with her result and she never expected that she will score 100 Percentile in the examination.

Subject-wise Percentile Obtained in AIIMS 2018:  




100 Percentile


99.94 Percentile


100 Percentile

General Knowledge

97.87 Percentile

Aspires to be a Cardiologist

Eliza said, “I want to serve the people of our nation. Further, I want to become a Cardiologist.”

Comparison with NEET 2018:

The topper states that she felt the AIIMS entrance examination was comparatively tough than the NEET 2018 examination which was conducted on May 6, 2018, by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). She said in her interview with India Today, “The overall level of difficulty of AIIMS paper was a bit higher and it was tougher to crack the medical exam. Meanwhile, NEET paper was easy to solve.”

Eliza Bansal scored AIR 196 in the NEET examination, the result of which was declared on June 4, 2018

Preparation Tips:

The 17-year-old Topper said, “Apart from taking coaching for the MBBS exam, I did four to five hours of self-study. In my free time, I used to just chit chat with my friends.” She completed her schooling from Dr. Devraj D.A.V. Public School and scored 94.6 percent in Class XII and her Class X score was CGPA 10. Eliza says that she was always motivated by her teachers, who suggested her to become a doctor.

Eliza believes that her family was the biggest support and she is also thankful to her teachers for motivating her

AIIMS MBBS 2018 Toppers:

This year Four candidates obtained 100 percentile marks in the AIIMS MBBS 2018 examination and nearly 2000 candidates scored 99 Percentile marks. Eliza Bansal is followed by Ramneek Kaur Mahal and Mehak Arora on Second and Third position respectively.

Ramneek Kaur Mahal is also from Punjab. She completed her schooling from Rose Mary Convent School. Ramneek attained AIR 10 in NEET 2018 examination and AIR 7 in JIPMER examination which was conducted on June 3, 2018.

Mehak Arora from Haryana bagged the Third position in AIIMS 2018 examination. She bagged 14th position in JIPMER 2018 examination and 31st position in NEET 2018.

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