CBSE PMT (Pre Medical Test) is an entrance exam of the national level. It is popularly known as the AIPMT (All India Pre Medical Test). It is conducted by CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) every year to fill the 15% of the total seats for medical/dental bachelor degree courses in medical colleges run by Union of India, state government, municipal and other local authorities in India except the state of Jammu & Kashmir. According to the revised scheme, the AIPMT examination is conducted in two stages i.e. the Preliminary Examination and Final Examination.
MBBS - Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
BDS - Bachelor of Dental Sciences
The candidate must have passed their Higher Secondary Examination with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate with physics, chemistry, biology, and mathematics along with english as an optional subject taken together (40% in case of SC/ ST/ OBC) at the 10+2 level. He/she must complete 17 years of age.
CBSE PMT entrance exam paper consists of two parts: preliminary examination and final examination. The preliminary examination question paper consists contains objective type questions. Those candidates who successfully qualify the preliminary examination only are eligible to appear in the final examination. The final examination paper comprises of two papers.
This paper contains objective type of questions. The questions are asked from Physics and Chemistry.
This paper also contains objective type of questions. The questions are from asked Biology (Botany & Zoology)
CBSE PMT comprises of questions from physics, chemistry and biology. The questions are mainly based on the level of 10+2 taught in various boards across India.