CBSE PMT Medical Entrance Exam
CBSE PMT commonly known as Pre Medical exam is an entrance exam of the national standard. It is commonly known as the AIPMT (All India Pre Medical Test). It is approved by CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) and 15% of the total seats are filled for medical/dental bachelor degree programs through this entrance exam in various medical institutes running by Union of India, state government. According to the revised schedule and pattern, the AIPMT exam is held in two parts i.e. the Preliminary Exam and Final Exam.
CBSE PMT Medical Exam Admission Detail
Courses Offered - CBSE PMT
Following courses are offered by CBSE PMT at Underghraduate and Post Graduate level for admission to different programs
CBSE PMT Syllabus
Eligibility - CBSE PMT
- The aspirants must attain minimum of 17 years of age. The maximum age for the entrance axam is 25, but for the SC/ST candidates, there is a relaxation in the age of 5 years.
The aspirants can appear for the entrance exam three times, as per the norms of the University.
- The candidate must have cleared his/her 10+2 exam / Intermediate/Pre-degree Examination / Pre-professional/Pre-medical Examination or its equivalent minimum 50% marks (40% marks for SC-PH/ST-PH/OBC-PH) in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English, from any Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) or any other recognized Board.
The candidates, who are appearing in qualifying examination or who have appeared in the examination and waiting for results, may also apply for the competitive entrance test. But those candidates are not eligible, who have not passed the qualifying examination with required percentage of marks.
Exam Pattern - CBSE PMT
The students must follows the following exam pattern to clear CBSE PMT.
The candidate should also practice the previous year papers to become familier with exam pattern and time duration.
The question paper consists of 200 multiple choice type questions. The candidates have to click the right answer only by using Ball Point Pen on specially designed machine-gradable sheet.
The questions are based on the science subjects – Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany & Zoology). The Physics and Chemistry part of the question paper comprise 50 questions each while Biology (Botany & Zoology) part consists of 100 questions.
The candidates are expected to answer all the questions within three hours duration.
Only those candidates are eligible to appear in the Final Examination, who have cleared the Preliminary Examination of CBSE PMT. The pattern of final exam is as follows:
The examination consists of two papers and both the papers are of objective types:
Paper one - Physics and Chemistry
Paper two - Biology / Botany / Zoology
Students have to answer all the questions on machine-gradable sheet with using Ball Point Pen only.
The students have to complete each paper within two hours.
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