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AIIMS MBBS Result 2018: Four Students Score 100 Per Cent in Medical Entrance Exam; Check Cut-offs, Counseling Schedule at aiimsexams.org
The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) entrance test for MBBS has declared its result for this year today and four students have scored a 100 percentile.
AIIMS MBBS Result 2018: The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) entrance test for MBBS has declared its result for this year today and four students have scored a 100 percentile. The results of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) entrance test for MBBS courses in New Delhi, Patna, Bhopal, Jodhpur, Bhubaneswar, Rishikesh, Raipur, Guntur and Nagpur has been released simultaneously. The main list and rank-wise list for counseling has also been released. The mock round of seat allocation or the online counselling is likely to begin from June 23 onwards.
- Four Students Score 100 Percentile in AIIMS MBBS Examination 2018.
- Mock counseling to begin from June 23.
- Merit list, percentile and marks have been released on the official website.
The results of the medical entrance test have been released on the official website- aiimsexams.org. Students may check their results on the official website- aiimsexams.org. The marks, percentage and merit list of successful candidates are available on the AIIMS official website- aiimsexams.org.
AIIMS MBBS Result 2018: How to check your result at aiimsexams.org:
Step 1: Open the AIIMS official website- aiimsexams.org.
Step 2: Click on the link which will appear on the home page- ‘AIIMS MBBS Result 2018’.
Step 3: Click on Additional Courses link and then on ‘MBBS result roll number wise or MBBS result rank wise’.
Step 4: View and download your result.
Step 5: Take a print out and keep it for future reference.
The MBBS entrance examination was conducted on May 26 and 27 at various centres across the country. Those of whom have qualified the exam will have to appear for a medical examination which will be conducted by the medical board and will consist of members set up by the respective Institute. If a candidate is found to be medically unfit, then he or she will not be admitted to the course.