AIPMT stands for All India Pre-medical test or All India Pre Dental Entrance exam whereas NEET stands for National Eligibility cum Entrance test.
What distinguishes AIPMT from NEET is in the number of steps in the examination process. In AIPMT, students appear for the preliminary exams first; and there are two preliminary examinations to clear; if they are successful in clearing their preliminary examinations, they are then allowed to sit for their main examination; and if they are successful in the main examination, then they are admitted to medical colleges. However, NEET has only one step in their examination process. If the candidate is successful in this exam, then he or she will be admitted right after clearing this one exam.
The second difference between AIPMT and NEET is in the allocation of seats; NEET has fifteen percent of seats available for national quota and eighty-five percent of seats available for state quota whereas AIPMT has fifteen percent of seats available for national quota and hundred percent of seats available for state quota.
The third difference between AIPMT and NEET is that negative marking is allowed in AIPMT. And the fourth difference between AIPMT and NEET is that there are two hundred questions in each AIPMT preliminary paper and one hundred and twenty questions in the main AIPMT examination paper. In NEET, the exam is held in just one stage; and in this one test, there are one hundred and eighty objective or multiple choice questions.
Medical professional aspirants often get confused between these two annual medical entrance examinations in India and wonder whether AIPMT and NEET refer to the same exam.
A point to note here is that there are a handful of medical institutes in India like Jawaharlal Institute of postgraduate medical education and research at Pondicherry (JIPMER), AIIMS -Bhopal ( All India Institute of Medical Sciences -Bhopal), AIIMS -Jodhpur (All India Institute of Medical Sciences -Jodhpur), AIIMS -Raipur (All India Institute of Medical Sciences -Raipur) , AIIMS- Rishikesh (All India Institute of Medical Sciences -Rishikesh), AFMC (Armed Forces Medical College)-Pune that don’t accept NEET’S scores as final scores.
How online AIPMT coaching help you prepare for your examinations
Once students have completed studying their syllabus for the AIPMT entrance examination, they can then solely focus on clearing their doubts, using the doubt resolution sessions of these online AIPMT coaching classes.
These AIPMT coaching online doubt clearing sessions prove to be very useful when students can’t quite easily grasp certain key points or are puzzled about certain ideas or are not satisfied with the given explanation or want to get to the bottom of the matter or want to un-ravel the not so obvious secrets, formulae or techniques in a mathematical solution or are un-sure about how to interpret or view something in a particular manner, or have come to the wrong conclusions about a certain topic, or have wrongly deduced something to be true, etc.
Online instructors, when putting you through your final paces, give you tips and tricks on how to answer the question paper, which questions to concentrate on first, which questions to focus on when facing a time crunch, what to do when you are not absolutely sure about the answers, how to save time by quickly but accurately reading instructions in the question papers, etc, so that you receive the greatest number of marks.