Apr 03, 2023
If there’s one medical entrance examination which has a difficulty level same as NEET PG & FMGE, it is the INI-CET exam!
Every year thousands of students appear for the INI-CET exam to secure a seat in their desired medical institutions (AIIMS, PGIMER, NIHMANS, JIPMER) to pursue their post graduation.
And the competition is getting fierce every year. With the INI CET 2023 exam scheduled for 7th May 2023, it is imperative that you have a clear understanding of INICET exam pattern and marks distribution.
This post will help you understand the same so that you are fully prepared for the battle. So, let’s get started.
|INI CET 2023 Exam Mode||Computer-based|
|Duration of Exam||3 hours|
|Types of Questions||Objective|
|Number of Questions||200|
|Nature of Questions||MCQs (Multiple Type Questions)|
|Language of Exam||English|
The INICET exam consists of 200 objective-type questions. As per the marking scheme, 1 mark is allotted for every correct answer and for every incorrect answer in the exam, 1/3rd of marks are deducted.
However, there is no deduction of marks for any unanswered question.
|Reason Type||Marks Allotted|
|Unanswered question/Marked for Review||0|
INICET 2023 will comprise objective-type questions and will have four response options. Candidates will have to choose the correct answer for each question.
However, a question can have more than one response as a correct answer. Such types of questions will fall under multiple correct answer type questions. Candidates will be awarded marks as per the response marked by them.
Please note that even though a question may have more than one correct answer, there is only one correct response even for these questions. Candidates must mark only one response on the OMR sheet for such questions.
The duration of the INICET exam is 180 minutes or 3 hours.
As per the official notification released by the All India Insitute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), the result of the INI CET 2023 examination for the July 2023 session will be declared on 13th May 2023 (Saturday).
Candidates will be able to check their results on aiimsexams.ac.in
The date for the start of the counselling process (Mock Round) will be released on the official website of AIIMS after the result is declared.
The result will comprise crucial information about a candidate, including roll number, overall rank, percentile, and IP (Institutional Preference). AIIMS Delhi will also release the INICET 2023 cutoff along with the results.
Watch this video by Dr. Nikita Nanwani, our Radiology faculty, wherein she discusses last month's preparation & revision strategy for the upcoming INICET May 2023 exam.
To crack the INI CET exam with ease, students must follow their daily study schedule religiously. Consider starting your preparation with easy topics/subjects and then move gradually to challenging topics. Besides that, follow the below-mentioned tips for effective INI-CET exam preparation:
Solving more PYQs during your preparation period will help you get a detailed understanding of the types of questions asked in the examination. It will also help you get an idea about the exam pattern.
Multiple choice questions are the perfect daily ritual every medical student should follow. Solving MCQs on a regular basis helps you discover your weak areas and topics that need immediate attention.
Mock tests have always been beneficial for students. Attempting Mock tests during your INI-CET preparation will help you with your speed, accuracy and time management. You should target attempting one mock test in a week.
INI-CET examination is conducted by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, for admissions to various postgraduate programs (MD/MS/MCh(6yrs)/DM(6yrs))
As per the marking scheme of the INI CET 2023 exam, every incorrect answer will have a negative marking of 1/3rd mark, and every correct answer will carry 1 mark. There will be no marking for unattempted questions.
The time duration of the INI CET 2023 exam will be 180 minutes or 3 hours.
There will be a total of 200 questions that will be there in the INICET 2023 exam.
The INICET exam is conducted twice a year for admission to January and July sessions.
Only those candidates who have completed their MBBS degree from a University recognized by the National Medical Commission/Medical Council of India can appear for the INI-CET July session exam.
For candidates belonging to the SC/ST categories, 50% marks in aggregate and for all other categories, including OBC/EWS Category, 55% marks in aggregate, are required to be eligible for the INI CET 2023 exam.
The institutes mentioned below accept the INI-CET scores for admissions to various PG courses:
We hope you have understood the INICET 2023 exam pattern and its marks distribution in detail. Increase your chances of INI-CET success with our ELITE plan curated by India’s top Medical faculty!
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Raminder is a Content Manager at PrepLadder. He has worked in several aspects of the education industry throughout his career and has assisted numerous candidates in cracking major competitive exams.
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