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Start preparing for these entrance exams after class 10

After 10th   |  10-Nov-2016

By Sunila Menon

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If you are among those who are confused regarding which entrance exam to opt, this the right place for you. To build a successful career in Medical, Engineering or commerce, it is very important to crack the competitive exams. Many believe that to crack competitive exams the right time is after class 12. However,  this is wrong.  In order to excel in entrance exams a student should start the preparation as soon as the class X board exam results are declared. Let's have a look at those entrance exams. 

Medical
Entrance Exam Conducted by Conducted on  Pattern
AIIMS MBBS AIIMS- All India Institute Of Medical Science  May Total- 200 questions
  • Chemistry- 60 questions
  • General Knowledge- 20 questions
  • Physics- 60 questions
  • Biology- 60 questions
NEET CBSE- Central Board of Secondary Education  May Total-180 questions
  • Physics-45 questions
  • Chemistry 45 questions
  • Zoology 45 questions
  • Botany 45 questions
JIPMER PG Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Rsearch, Puducherry June
  • 100 questions from Basic Clinical
  • 150 questions from clinical subjects
  • Questions related to MBBS subjects
COMEDK UGET Medical Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka May Total-180 questions
  • Physics 60 questions
  • Mathematics 60 questions
  • Chemistry/Biology 60 questions
Karnataka CET (KCET) Karnataka Examination Authority May Total-180 questions
  • Maths-60 questions
  • Physics-60 questions
  • Chemistry-60 questions
  • Biology-60 questions
Maharashtra Common Entrance Medical Test (MH-CET) Government of Maharashtra  May Total-250 questions
  • Maths-50 questions
  • Physics-50 questions
  • Chemistry-50 questions
  • Biology (Botany)-50 questions
  • Biology (Zoology)-50 questions)
Engineering
Entrance Exam Conducted by Conducted on  Pattern
JEE Main CBSE- Central Board of Secondary Education  April Total-90 questions in set I
  • Maths-30 questions
  • Physics-30 questions
  • Chemistry-30 questions
Total-82 questions in set II
  • Maths-30 questions
  • Aptitude Test-50 questions
  • Drawing-2 questions
JEE Advanced CBSE- Central Board of Secondary Education  May Total- 60 questions in set I
  • Maths-20 questions
  • Physics-20 questions
  • Chemistry-20 questions
Total-54 questions in set II
  • Maths-18 questions
  • Physics-18 questions
  • Chemistry-18 questions
MHTCET Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra   May Total-100 questions in set I
  • Chemistry-50 questions
Total-100 questions in set II
  • Biology (Botany)-50 questions
  • Biology (Zoology)-50 questions
Total-100 questions in set-III
  • Mathematics-50 questions
KCET Karnataka Examination Authority  May Total-240 questions
  • Physics-60 questions
  • Chemistray-60 questions
  • Maths (For Eng.)-60 questions
  • Biology (For Medical)- 60 questions
Commerce
Entrance Exam Conducted by Conducted on  Pattern
ICSI Company Secretary Entrance Exam The Institute of Company Secretaries of India   June & December 4 papers containing 50 questions each
For correct answer, candidate will get 2 marks
Student have to score maximum 100 marks
The papers are:
  1. Business Environment and Entrepreneurship
  2. Business Management, Ethics and Communication
  3. Business Economics
  4. Fundamentals of Accounting and Auditing
 ICAI Chartered Account exam The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India  IPC is conducted in May & November. CPT is conducted in June and December Total-  there levels
  • Common Proficiency Test (CPT)
  • Integrated Professional Competence Course (IPCC)
  • Final Examination
CPT
  • Fundamentals of accounting (60 marks)
  • Mercantile Laws (40 marks)
  • Economics and Quantitative Aptitude (50 marks).
IPCC- 2 Levels
Group I includes 
  1. Accounting
  2. Business Laws
  3. Ethics and Communication
  4. Cost Accounting and Financial Management
  5. Taxation
Group II includes 
  1. Advanced Accounting
  2. Auditing and Assurance
  3. Information Technology and Strategic Management
Final exam-2 groups
Group I includes 
  1. Financial Reporting
  2. Strategic Financial Management
  3. Advanced Auditing and Professional Ethics
  4. Corporate and Allied Laws
Group II includes
  1. Advanced Management Accounting
  2. Information Systems Control and Audit
  3. Direct Tax LawsIndirect Tax Laws

If you want to crack any of the competitive exams mentioned above,  the first steps involved in your preparation is to analyse whether you have the capability to crack any of these. The best way to do so is by writing Deeksha Scholastic Aptitude Test (dSAT) . This aptitude test helps class X students to gauge their capability in various entrance exams. So that accordingly they can build a successful career. 


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