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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1What is Physics? - Definition, History & Branches
Course SummaryThis study guide includes lessons on topics in chemistry, biology and physics that you need to know as a medical student. This guide aims to help students in India who are seeking to enter a nationally-run medical or dental college prepare to take the All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test (AIPMT).
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About This Course
Use this course to review a wide range of scientific topics that you must be familiar with when taking the AIPMT. Our informative chapters feature brief lessons focused on individual topics that will appear on the exam, to help you gain as much experience with these subjects as possible before test day. Topics covered in this guide include:
Electronics and electrical components
- Atomic structure
- Organic chemistry
- Gas and liquid properties
- Chemical bonds
- Magnetism and electromagnetism
- Laws of motion
- Energy and power
- Biomolecules and cell biology
- Plant physiology
- Human diseases, genetics and biotechnology.
About the Exam
The AIPMT is an entrance exam given to pre-medical and pre-dental students that are candidates for bachelor's degree programs at a college run by the Indian state government. The exam is paper-based and consists of 180 questions: 90 in the area of biology and 45 each in the areas of physics and chemistry. The format of the exam is multiple-choice and students are given three hours to complete all questions. Each question is worth four marks for a total of 720 marks; to pass this exam, students must achieve 50% of the total marks in the AIPMT.
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This comprehensive study guide contains video and text lessons that provide brief but detailed overviews of science concepts and principles relevant to the AIPMT. Topics in physics that are addressed in these lessons include scientific measurements, vectors, kinematics, work and energy, motion, planetary motion and gravitational principles, bulk matter properties, light and sound waves, and magnetic field and forces. Chemistry lessons discuss chemical balance and reactions, chemical bonds, states of matter, laws of thermodynamics, earth metal properties, compounds and periodic table groups. In biology, you will find reviews of amino and nucleic acids, biological classifications, human systems, reproduction processes and disease types. Experienced instructors guide you through definitions, examples and illustrations to make learning or reviewing this material simple and engaging. Self-assessment quizzes help to determine how much you know and what you might still need to go over again.
Once candidates meet age and academic requirements (minimum 17 years of age and having passed biology, physics, chemistry and English), they are eligible to sit for the AIPMT. They must complete an online registration form found on the AIPMT website and submit fees. After successfully completing these steps, an Admit Card can be downloaded from the AIPMT website that must be printed and presented at the exam site on the day of the test.
The AIPMT is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), which is not affiliated with Study.com.
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