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Posted on 01st April, 2019
By Smita Medhekar
Today we are going to look at different types of medical entrance exams (one by one) to which you can appear to make your career in the medical field.
We will also give a closer look at the exam pattern for each of the exam and try to find out the dates for this year.
The education in which the knowledge related to the practice of being a medical practitioner is provided is medical education.
If you ask students that “what they want to become in life?”, then among the most common answers one answer is “I want to become a doctor!” . You can also be one of them.
Every student wishes to make his career in the medical field in India as well as out of India and thus the medical field is one of the most famous
career options after class 12th.
Some facts about the medical entrance exams that you should know:
Here, you will get all the information related to Medical entrance exams.
The data is divided broadly into undergraduate admission entrance exams and
postgraduate admission entrance exams.
You will get complete information and a complete list of medical entrance exams which are conducted in India with a brief introduction and when they will be conducted this year.
Following is the list of 9 medical entrance exams conducted:
Undergraduate Medical Entrance Tests
Postgraduate Medical Entrance Tests
Let us look at the above exams one by one.
Only those candidates will be eligible for appearing in the UG medical entrance test, who have completed their class 12th with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as the main subjects.
Let us check the list of undergraduate medical exams and their details below:
1. National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET)
2. All India Institute of Medical Sciences Entrance Exam (AIIMS MBBS)
3. Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research Exam (JIPMER MBBS)
Postgraduate courses like MD/MS ,
DNB , MDS can be studied by the students who wish to pursue specialization in a particular branch of medicine after completing an undergraduate course of medicine for 6 years including 1 year of internship.
Students need to appear and qualify the following medical entrance exams, for pursuing post graduation in the medical field.
National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test for Postgraduate
National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET MDS)
All India Institute of Medical Sciences Postgraduate Entrance Test (AIIMS PG)
Jawaharlal Institute of PG Medical Education & Research (JIPMER PG)
Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research (PGIMER)
Foreign Medical Graduate Screening Exam (FMGE)
Important Notes:Candidates who secure at least 150 marks out of 300 will be considered as qualified in this entrance test.
Diplomate of National Board CET (DNB CET)
So, this was the brief about different national level entrance exams in India. Thus, you must be well prepared to appear for any kind of entrance exams.
You must have clear understanding and basic knowledge of all the subjects including Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Apart from these subjects you must be good enough in subjects like Logical and Quantitative reasoning, English language and comprehension etc. as in some exams there may be questions asked on these sections.
If you are confused and need help for the preparation of NEET exam then you can click on
“How to prepare for NEET exam 2020”
and on the similar basis you can prepare for other exams.
Hence, the basic idea is you must have thorough knowledge of all the subjects and you should be ready to study hard and then it would not be difficult for you to crack any medical entrance exam!
All the best!!
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