JIPMER MBBS : Last Minute Preparation Tips

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By Soumyaranjan Sahoo

Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Puducherry (JIPMER) is all set to conduct the entrance exam for the undergraduate admissions in Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery on the 6th June 2020 (tentative).


Note that, the national entrance exam NEET result doesn’t applicable to JIPMER. The JIPMER MBBS entrance exam allows the students to compete for available 200 seats.


JIPMER MBBS 2020 Highlights:

Exam Name

Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research MBBS

Conducting Body

Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Puducherry

Mode of exam

Online (CBT)

Duration of exam

180 mins

Medium of exam


Type of questions

MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)

No. of Seats



With less than a week in hand, it is high time for the last minute preparations. In this time, the candidates are expected to be nervous and anxious about the exam. Revision is the most important task that any candidate can think of. We have prepared some tips that might be helpful for the candidates in the last minute adventure. But before that let's have a look at the complete syllabus for JIPMER MBBS 2020 again.


JIPMER MBBS 2020 Syllabus:

The JIPMER MBBS 2020 has 5 sections Physics, Chemistry, Biology, English, Logical Reasoning.


  • Thermodynamics 
  • Optics 
  • Atoms & Nuclei 
  • Dual Matter of Nature Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current 
  • Current Electricity Electromagnetic Waves Electrostatics 
  • Electronic Devices 
  • Magnetic Effect of Current & Magnetism


  • Surface Chemistry 
  • Biomolecules 
  • Electrochemistry 
  • Alcohols 
  • Aldehydes 
  • Ketones and Carboxylic Acid Phenols & Ethers 
  • D & F Block Elements 
  • P Block Elements 
  • Halo Alkanes and Haloarenes Solutions 
  • Solid State 
  • Polymers 
  • Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen 
  • Chemistry in Everyday Life Chemical Kinetics 
  • Coordination Compounds Isolation of Elements


  • Cell Structure and Function Structural Organization in Plants and Animals 
  • Human Physiology Biotechnology 
  • Diversity in Living Organisms Genetics and Evolution 
  • Biology and Human Warfare Plant Physiology 
  • Ecology and Environment


  • Vocabulary
  • Reading comprehensions
  • Fill in the blanks
  • Synonyms
  • Grammar

Logical Reasoning:

  • Coding and Decoding 
  • Figure Completion Test Substitution 
  • Blood Relationships 
  • Theme Detection 
  • The number and Alphabetical Series Quantitative 


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The JIPMER MBBS 2019 entrance exam is going to be conducted on the 2nd of June. The exam will be conducted by the Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Puducherry via Online in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode. As per the past toppers, the last minute preparations are quite crucial for the performance. In this time, the candidates should focus on revisions as well as the mock test for better performance. As per the syllabus, the questions will come from Physics, Chemistry, Biology, English Comprehension, and Logical and Quantitative Aptitude. The total mark of the exam is 200. Here’s the mark distribution for JIPMER MBBS 2019 exam.


JIPMER MBBS 2020 Marks Distribution:


Total Marks







English Language and Comprehension


Logical & Quantitative Reasoning





Taking up Mock Tests:

JIPMER MBBS exam will be conducted in online mode only. The candidates have to be familiar with the Computer Based Test. In this case, time management is one of the most important factors that you should be aware of. Taking up mock tests will help the candidates to get acquainted with the online format.


As the topper of JIPMER 2016, Kushagra Pandey says, “I used to study for 10 to 11 hours every day. I have always focused on completing the syllabus and then revising the concepts. I never decided how many hours I had to study, but I used to decide what topics I had to prepare and revise. For me, revision is the key to success.”


Regular Revision & Focus:

The candidates are required to have a positive outlook for their performance. Having a constant focus on your studies is the best a candidate can opt for. With a positive attitude and stimulative focus, last minute preparation can be easy for the fellow students.


Nipun Chandra, 2nd topper of JIPMER 2017 shares, “I used to study for 10 hours every day. My focus was on completing the syllabus and then revising the concepts. I used to set weekly targets and I made sure that I stuck to them. I used to revise each subject twice and devoted my maximum time to studies.”


Familiarity with NCERT:

JIPMER has been quite closely related to NCERT syllabus. As per the past interviews of various scholar students, it is pretty advisable to the candidates that NCERT Syllabus is a must covered section for the entrance exam.


Kushagra of JIPMER 2016 states, “I prepared thoroughly from NCERT books. I think it is important for every medical aspirant to be thorough with the NCERT syllabus as it helps in the long run. In fact, most of the questions in AIIMS and JIPMER were directly from NCERT books.”


Relax For Better Performance:

The continuous study can be very harmful to your brain having a bad impact on your performance. Stress is never good for any activities. So, take some break time and relax with some fun stuff or stuff that will help you relieve the exam tension. When you take out some break time, your brain loosens up producing active energy for your next revision.


In case of relaxing and having a break time, Kushagra says, “I am very much active in extracurricular activities as they support in maintaining a study discipline and also keep your mind relaxed. Even back in school, I used to play badminton.”


The JIPMER MBBS will allow the candidates to apply in the two campuses of JIPMER Puducherry and JIPMER Karaikal. The result is expected to be released On or before June 21, 2019.


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