A Guide on AIIMS 2018 – From Preparation to Registration

Have you always dreamt of becoming a leading surgeon in the country? Has it ever been a dream for you to be able to save lives as a doctor? If both the above answers were yes, then you need to start diligently preparing for your MBBS course from the prestigious AIIMS institute. Preparing for a career in the medical field is not a just a walk in the park. It involves years of study, practice and most importantly dedication and discipline. Today we will discuss everything that you need to know about AIIMS 2018.

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Eligibility

To be eligible for the entrance exam of AIIMS 2018, you need to have cleared your class 12 examinations. Your main field of class 11 and 12 should be science. The subjects that you need to have studied include physics, chemistry, biology, general knowledge and logical thinking. Additionally, in order to be eligible for this exam, you also need to be of age 17 or older on the 31st of December of the year of admission. If you appear for your entrance exam through the general category then scoring an aggregate of 60% or above in any prior exam through a recognized board or Indian University is essential for eligibility. SC and ST category students need to score an aggregate of 50% and above in prior board or Indian university recognized examinations for eligibility.

Preparations for the AIIMS Entrance Exam

Preparing for the AIIMS entrance exam involves hard work and commitment. The most important thing to keep in mind when studying for these exams is making sure that you have your basic concepts right. Every possible concept that you can possibly think of should be thoroughly covered. The next step for preparation involves dedicated and thorough practice. Studying theory is only 20% of the job. You need to focus on practicing questions alongside learning theory. Most students who have topped the AIIMS entrance exam in the past have dedicated 80 percent their study time to practice questions. Further, if you have any doubts about the matter that you’re studying, ask a professional for proper guidance and assistance. Having doubts in any syllabus matter can impact your confidence when appearing for the exams.

Exam Pattern for AIIMS Entrance Test

The AIIMS entrance exam is a computer-based exam and the questions asked are multiple choice questions. You will get four options for each question and you need to mark the correct answer. The examination is conducted over a period of 3.5 hours. For each correct answer, you will score 1 point and 1/3rd of a point will be deducted for every incorrect answer. The languages that this exam is offered in include English and Hindi. There are a total of 200 questions asked for this exam.

Identity Requirements and Number of Attempts

In order to be able to appear for this examination, you need to have a valid Aadhar card. Without an Aadhar card, you will not be able to apply for or appear for this test. There is no limit to the number of times that you can appear for this exam. You can reappear as many times as you want as long as you fit the eligibility criteria.…

International education: What you need to know

When it comes to choosing international schools, many expats feel overwhelmed by the sheer amount of choice. At the same time, however, it’s possible to feel like nowhere really stacks up to the standards of home, leaving many parents feeling hopeless when they try to place their kids in international schools.

Parents experiencing either of these worries might also find their task made even more difficult by the lack of published league tables. Here is a brief rundown of English-speaking schools that have been named among the elite institutions in their area, broken down by curriculum.

US Curriculum

American School of Warsaw

The American School of Warsaw (ASW) offers “open arms and a welcoming smile” for new students. ASW boasts a student body made up of children from more than 50 countries, prioritizing discovery and experience in offering a world-class education. The school’s PK-12 academic program puts a strong emphasis on computer training and technology, while their holistic approach to learning means that ASW “teaches the whole child”, treating each new attendee as part of the school family.

THINK Global School

THINK Global School (TGS)’s novel approach to learning sees students live and learn in four countries each school year. The traveling high school believes its uniquely nomadic nature enables students to make a strong connection between their studies and their physical location.For example, students read Homer while tracing Odysseus’ journey through Greece.

THINK Global School has small classes, boasting a 1:5 faculty/student ratio, and has invested in making the latest technology available to students. The school promises new attendees “infinite opportunities to pursue your passions” and says that students will make “unforgettable connections” between their education and the world surrounding them.

 The American School in Switzerland

With a diverse student body made up of more than 65 nationalities speaking 35 languages, The American School in Switzerland (TASIS) is one of the most diverse elite international schools. TASIS promises students they will become global citizens by learning about and celebrating cultural differences.

 English/British curriculum

Dulwich College International School

With campuses in both Shanghai and Beijing, Dulwich College International School is affiliated with the college of the same name in London. Among its claims to fame are a “traditional public school atmosphere” and a faculty that is almost exclusively English speaking.

The Garden International School

Based in Kuala Lumpur, The Garden International School is the largest international school in Malaysia.
The school offers a friendly atmosphere that balances academics with extracurricular activity, and the establishment encourages students to learn new languages like Mandarin.

Australian curriculum

Australian International School (AIS)

While there are many local international schools in Singapore, AIS is the only Southern Hemisphere school that offers an Australian curriculum-based education for students aged 3 to 18.

Australian International School Malaysia (AISM)

Set by a lake in a gated estate near southern Kuala Lumpur, AISM is the only school that follows an Australian curriculum in Malaysia. Its student body hails from Australia, Malaysia and more than 35 other countries, and the school speaks proudly of its students’ achievements in academics and sports.

Finding the right international school for your children might take some effort, but the rewards of a solid and well-rounded education are immeasurable.…