Acting on the Supreme Court order to re-conduct All India Pre-Medical and pre-Dental Test (AIPMT), the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to hold the examination on July 25.
AIPMT is the prestigious entrance examination conducted for admission into the AIIMS colleges in medical and dental courses. It should be known that this year’s AIPMT was 3rd May 2015 but it was scrapped by the Supreme Court following the large irregularities that happened in conducting the covetous examination. It was a welcome decision by the Supreme Court to order the re-conduction of the examination considering the future aspects of students. Although it may frustrate some of the students who appeared in the examination and performed well to write the examination once again, it will please many of the students who could not do well. It comes as a second opportunity for them.
Now there is a time of one more month due in the examination, we are providing some suggestions for the students which might help them in the examination preparation and on the day of exam.
How to utilize this one month gap?
As per the direction of CBSE no fresh applications will be invited for the re-exam which is scheduled on 25th July. The candidates who have taken the test earlier will be able to appear on July 25. This one month time period is very crucial for the aspirants as it can ‘make or break’ their career aspirations. Candidates are suggested to utilize this time in revising the concepts, learnt by them earlier. As one month time is not sufficient in preparing the entire syllabus afresh but it is adequate to learn some of the concepts which might have not been learnt by the students previously due to any reason.
The one month time is enough to revise the entire syllabus at least once, so aspirants are advised to forget about their performance in the test conducted earlier and then start a fresh preparation. Students should utilize this time in filling the holes which were left unfilled during their earlier preparation.
Important points to remember:
As the number of students appearing for the examination is very large it may frustrate some the students to attempt the test once again. But students are advised to keep the things simple and not to try anything adventurous as this is a part of career making. Here are some important points which candidates must remember:
- The original examination has been scrapped, so students should consider the re-examination as fresh attempt.
- Candidates should forget their performance in the original examination. As it is going to have no effects on the result of this test.
- Candidates who have performed well in the original examination should not become over-confident as the things may change completely in the re-test if they take it lightly.
- This is a golden chance for the lakhs of students who could not do well in the original examination due to any reasons, to rectify their mistakes and perform comprehensively in the re-test on 25 July.
- It may be assumed that the format of the examination is going to change much, and the paper will be more or less at the same level of difficulty as the earlier paper. So students are advised to keep in mind the format of the examination they have attempted on May 3.
We wish you Best of Luck to all the candidates who are going to write the examination on July 25. Good Luck!