AIIMS MBBS 2019
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East Delhi Boy, Bhavik Bansal
secured 100 percentile in AIIMS MBBS which means he bagged the first rank in the exam, He shares some of the insights on how to crack the most competitive and aspiring AIIMS MBBS entrance exam. He also secured the second rank in NEET 2019.
Here we are sharing an exclusive interview of the topper Bhavik Bansal who shared his success mantra with Amar Ujala.
Bhavik Bansal was preparing for the exam from the past two years. Bhavik is the classroom student of AAKASH Institute. However, he has also taken online tests to enhance his preparation.
Bhavik said he did not make any schedule or time table while preparing for the exam. He used to study according to his interests and never noticed the time. He gave proper time to each subject. According to him, Regular studies are very helpful in scoring good marks in the examination.
"Questions in NEET are not that easy to solve. It is a typical examination. However, we have resources to prepare for the NEET examination like NCERT books and previous year question papers. While the AIIMS entrance exam is very competitive as compared to other exams. There are no such particular books to prepare for AIIMS entrance exam" Bhavik said. NCERT books are very helpful in preparation.
Biology and Physics are the most important subjects while preparing for the AIIMS MBBS entrance exam. Aspirants need to practice NCERT books and previous year question papers regularly. Since they are very helpful in preparation.
Bhavik gives his credits for success to his parents and chemistry teacher Devendra. According to Bhavik, ' I didn't face challenges during studies since the teachers were very cooperative so they helped me very much.'
He completed his schooling from Vivekanand School, Anand Vihar, Delhi. He cleared his intermediate with 93% marks. His favourite subjects always have been Physics, Chemistry and Biology which have been the most of the competitive subjects for other students.
Asking about future plans, Bhavik said, "It is too early to say anything. After pursuing medical training for five years from AIIMS, I will be able to decide what specialisation I want to do."
The result of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) MBBS was declared yesterday that is on June 12, 2019. The result is available online on the official website, aiimsexams.org. The candidates who have successfully qualified the exam are eligible for seat allocation/ online counselling through mock round/ 1st round for AIIMS MBBS 2019.
This year, about 3,38,457 candidates appeared for the AIIM MBBS 2019 exam. Out of which four students have secured 100 percentile in MBBS entrance examination.
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