AIIMS entrance toppers guide aspirants through blog
Going through a blog can help young aspirants get guidance to crack the medical entrance examination to the country's premier institution.
New Delhi: Going through a blog can help young aspirants get guidance to crack the medical entrance examination to the country's premier institution.
'Aim4Aiims', a blog started by a group of seven previous toppers of the entrance exam, provides tips and tricks to face the toughest test to enter India's number one medical college.
The seven members who contribute to the blog, offer free guidance and counselling to medical aspirants and supervise and assist the youngsters in preparing for the exam.
Lectures on general knowledge, tips and guidance for better results by toppers, selective and accurate study material references, focus on ultra important assertion and reasoning and exclusive AIIMS question papers have been made available in the blog.
The blog also provides guidance on how to overcome the exam phobia, time management, Dos and Don'ts for the upcoming AIIMS 2015 medical entrance examination.
"Visiting this descriptive and significant blog can be helpful to all medical aspirants, especially if one aspires to be at the AIIMS. One can use this blog to decipher the secret of success of the toppers which can then be implemented by them to prepare for their upcoming entrance test," Ajay Mohan, a member of the team, said.
"Depression, nervousness and low-self-esteem are epidemics suffered by most students in the post-class 12 period, which is considered to be the most tedious and crucial part of students' life.
"This blog can be a medium of relief to all medical aspirants now. It can now serve as your guiding light," Mohan, who is in his fourth year of the MBBS course, said.
The group has also introduced the facility of a telephonic guidance system.
A website, http://www.Aim4aiims.In/, has also been launched to help students go through past AIIMS exam papers.
Guidance classes have been arranged in the national capital, starting from November 1 and lasting for a month, Mohan said.
"It's basically a guidance class to show them how to make their way easily towards a successful career. Aspirants will have to pay a meagre sum of Rs 7,000 for the complete duration, which is nothing compared to the regular classes that charge hefty amount in the market," Mohan said.