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Where Can I Get Different University Level Biology Exam/question Papers

Where i can find a past paper answers for university of aberdeen exams ?

http://www.abdn.ac.uk/library/collections/

go to that link and then click 'exam papers database'

What is the level of VIT exam paper for a biology student?

Well paper isn't different from others.The physics and chemistry section is same , so yoh shall be just attempting biology instead of maths.Coming to the level of these subjects-It isn't really thay difficult. Clear concepts, common sense and good application of concepts is all you need

What is the difficulty level of JIPMER MBBS entrance  exam as compared to AIPMT? Which are the best reference books for JIPMER entrance exam?

Jipmer entrance exam i believe is about having a combination of speed and accuracy. We must focus on biology for this exam as they tend to go out of ncert at times . In the 2017 JIPMER paper there were about 15 to 20/60 questions out of ncert in JIPMER in the biology section. . Mainly from human physiology,diseases and genetics they tend to go out of syllabus. I used the MTG JIPMER PREVIOUS PAPERS to score well in the exam overall .So basically physics and chemistry are a little lower in level than neet. No additional books are needed to be read for jipmer with regards to them but biology we must do so . I was part ALLEN institute and those books helped me in getting biology extra info. Physics and chemistry , we must focus on basic concepts and on solving more questions and assessing where you stand.The margin of missing a seat in jipmer is very very small as there is no negative marking in the exam even though i got AIR 52 there must have been a maximum of 5 mark differance between me and the topper..ALL THE BEST!!!!!HOPE TO SEE YOU HERE.

What is the pattern of ICAR UG exam? What kind of questions are asked? What are the weightage of chapters and subjects?

The pattern for stream A is as follows:1.Stream A consists of physics, chemistry and Biology/Agriculture section. Physics and Chemistry is compulsory while you have to do only one section among Biology and agriculture.2.There are total 180 questions. From 1-60 is Physics(Compulsory), 61-120 Chemistry(Compulsory) and 121-180 Biology and Agriculture(You have to do only one section).3.For each correct answer you will earn 4 marks(Maximum marks 720) and for each incorrect answer 1 mark will be deducted. For no response no marks will be deducted.For more details: ICAR Entrance Exam 2016For syllabus of the exam please visit: http://www.icarexam.net/UG_Bulle...As far as I know you will get a rank and qualify if you score above 60% in the exam. There are no separate cut-off for female students.The questions asked in the exam are not so hard. If you study your textbooks and NCERT books well, you can score a good. Some general preparations for other entrance exams or JEE can help.If you score well you can opt for NDRI, Karnal, SHIATS,Allahabad, GBUPAT,Pantnagar, BCKV,Mohanpur(W.B.), BHU, IARI,New Delhi, IVRIetc. You can get a full list of colleges here: ICAR Entrance Exam 2016After doing Undergraduate you can go for JRF or Msc. If you opt any B.Tech. degree, you can appear in GATE for M.Tech. These are mainly leads to Phd or research oriented jobs. If you are interested in Agri-Business Management you can go for MBA. You have to appear in CAT. The premier institutes for MBA are MANAGE, IIM,Ahmedabad. Another option is you can do your MS in any foreign Universities such as UC,Davis, PurudeUniversity, Wageningen University, Netherlands, Utah state University and many more.So, try your best for a sound preparation!!Wish you a bright career ahead!!Best of Luck!!

How should one prepare for the TIFR entrance examination for biology? What is the general level of questions asked?

I took JGEEBILS last year and qualified it. Currently, I'm in the final semester of B.Tech. Biotechnology. I've been offered an admission to the Ph.D programme in Biology at TIFR which I've happily accepted. Also, I managed to score a decent single digit rank in JAM'15 (Biotechnology). So, I think I've enough experience to answer this question fairly well.You don't need any extensive preparation for JGEEBILS. Just revise the syllabus of +2 Physics, Chemistry and Maths. Maths was easy-NCERT level. For aptitude questions, you could refer Quantitative Aptitude by R.S. Aggarwal. I answered about 75% of the questions from that section.Chemistry was also easy-NCERT level. I answered about 66% of the questions from that section.Physics was comparatively tough and had some JEE level questions. So, I'd advise referring H.C. Verma or study material from any reputed coaching centre for that. I answered about 60% of the questions from that section.I'm from Maths background so I had a little problem with theoretical Biology part. Questions were from both Theoretical as well as Experiment based. There were some questions were from General Biology too. I managed to attempt about 60% of the questions from that section.Cut-off is generally low. So, try not to get lured into attempting many questions as there is a provision of negative marking too. Answer only those questions of which you are sure of the answer.Questions and concepts tend to get repeated. So, do go through the previous years question papers available on the website.More weightage is given to the Scientific Write-up and the performance in Interview ( in my opinion) than the performance in written test. I've a friend who qualified the written test but didn't get a single interview call. So, focus on making a good Scientific Write-up (or some may call it "Statement of Purpose/Interest"). Take help from seniors/professors/internet for that.Same thing goes for JAM Biotechnology (I don't know about Biology as I didn't appear for it).All the best.

What exactly are the Singaporean GCE 'O' Level Examinations?

I'm a Philippine citizen (more like some highschool student) applying for a College (the Ngee Ann Polytechnic) in Singapore, and i need to have a GCE 'O' Level examination (or equivalent) results to be eligible for consideration. How do I go about this? I read the website but there were so many different exams to take on different dates and I got confused. Someone help me break down all the info into something i can understand!

Where can I get past papers for IB online?

The 2 greatest websites for IB students. They contain so much more than just past papers. You’ll find all of the latest syllabuses, questionbanks, past papers, and so much more.IB RESOURCES REPOSITORYorIB RESOURCES DATABASE - ibrepository.com