INI-CET Detailed Exam Analysis: May 2022
The INI-CET Exam for the July session 2022 was successfully completed on 8th May 2022.
While those who appeared are eagerly awaiting the results, we know that there are thousands of curious aspirants who are just setting on their preparation journey and are eager to get some first hand insights from their seniors.
Well, that’s what we are here for! We did the legwork for you by getting in touch with some of the students who took the exam, conducted a survey, and have put together their responses to help you in the best way possible.
Here’s a quick exam wrapper with valuable student insights that will shed light on their overall experience and opinion. Take this opportunity to get acquainted with the exam pattern and understand what to expect.
Learn from your seniors’ experiences and step up your prep.
Also, read the previous INI-CET Exam Analysis 2021, here.
INI-CET Exam Analysis
The Overall Difficulty Level of the Exam:
50.9% of the candidates felt that the exam was Moderate.
48% of them found this year’s INI-CET exam Difficult.
Only 1.2% of the candidates found this year’s exam to be Easy.
Pattern of the INI-CET 2022:
As per the survey, 53.8% of the questions were conceptual, 17.9% aimed at testing clinical knowledge and 28.3 % of the questions were one-liners.
What Did the Candidates Say About the Questions?
Every student has a unique experience, which largely depends on his own exam preparation. However, here’s what majority of students thought about this year’s INI-CET Exam:
Number of Attempted Questions:
There were 200 questions in all and as per the survey, the majority of the candidates 78%) attempted 150-200 questions. 20.8% of students attempted 100-150 questions, and only 1.2% of the candidates attempted 50-100 questions.
Subjects with Low Weightage:
Following subjects had the lowest weightage in this year’s INI-CET exam:
Subjects with High Weightage:
Here are the subjects with the highest weightage-
Time management is of utmost importance when it comes to acing an entrance exam. So, naturally we asked the candidates if the allocated time of 3 hours was enough to attempt all the 200 questions or not.
And, yes, 58.4% students found it to be sufficient, while at the same time 41.6% students thought otherwise.
Difficulty Level of the Questions:
According to 49.7% of the candidates the questions were easy but had confusing options to choose from.
17.3% of the students found the clinical scenarios difficult.
32.9% of the candidates said that there were some one liner questions that they had not heard of before.
Specific Strategies Employed By Some Students:
Overall Exam Experience:
Speaking of the overall exam experience, 83.9% of the students benefited significantly from the All India INI-CET PrepTest by PrepLadder.
We are immensely delighted to discover that so many students benefited from PrepLadder as there were several direct repeat questions from the tests we conducted. This is just what inspires us to keep up with our efforts and persistently innovate ways to make learning as easy and engaging as possible.
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