May 06, 2019
We collected information from 3,000+ students who took the AIIMS PG exam on 5th May 2019 to help you understand how the exam was for others.
We have consolidated data from all the responses and have tried to present an accurate picture of the exam standard.
The exam was moderate to difficult:
Pattern of questions:
The paper was divided into different sections containing the following questions:
a) SBR (Single Best Response)- Normal pattern questions- 150 ques
b) Sequential Arrangement -8 ques.
c) Assertion & Reasoning- 10 ques.
d) True/ False- 10 ques.
e) Extended Matching-2 ques
f) Match the following- 10 ques
g) MCA (Multiple Correct Answers)- 10 ques
Subjects with low weightage:
Radiology, Anesthesia, ENT
Subjects with high weightage:
Medicine, OBGYN, PSM, Pharmacology, Pathology, Surgery
How many questions did students attempt?
According to our survey, the maximum number of candidates attempted 160-180 questions.
No. of questions attempted
Percentage of candidates
The maximum number of students found that the exam was difficult to finish within 3 hours.
In our survey, 71% students said that the exam was very lengthy and it was no easy to finish it within 3 hours.
Here's what the students have to say:
75% students surveyed said that PrepLadder’s All India AIIMS Mock helped them during the exam
Thank you for the kind words, we wish you a successful career.
We're glad to share that many questions asked in AIIMS were direct repeats from PrepLadder app & individual subject app content.
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