Are NCERT books sufficient for the preparation of AIPMT 2014?
Ishita Parekh, 06 Aug 2014, #NEET


With AIPMT 2014 only five months away, an increasing number of students ask the question that whether NCERT books are sufficient for cracking AIPMT 2014. After having talked to the directors of coaching institutes and toppers of last year NEET UG we found out that apart from studying the NCERT books, one is required to also read from other guide books and practice material. On the other hand, NCERT books remain the foundation for the preparation of AIPMT 2014. According to many rank holders, focusing on NCERT syllabus is very important and mentioned that most of the questions are asked from the NCERT books.

 

One of the toppers of NEET UG (now AIPMT), Aakash said, “The NEET exam pattern is similar to that of NCERT. Also, I was from a CBSE affiliated school and CBSE board follows NCERT and so it was easy for me to crack NEET.” The exam pattern and syllabus for AIPMT 2014 will be same as that of NEET UG 2013.

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Mr Shailendra Maheshwari, Director, Career Point said, “NCERT books are undoubtedly good but obviously not sufficient for preparation. One needs concise, relevant and scientifically designed courseware. NCERT also published “Examplar” for preparation which is highly recommended. Old test papers should be taken for more and more practice.”

Another topper, Supriya said, “It is wise to study from other guide books once you’re sure that you’ve prepared well from NCERT books.”

It is important that students solve previous year’s papers over and again. Students must first try to learn from the mistakes they’ve made, try to strengthen their weaker areas and thoroughly study NCERT books before jumping to other guide books. 

It is also important to note that since AIPMT remains one of the most competitive exams, every student should leave no stone unturned in their preparation.

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