Pre - Medical Foundation Course
This is a detailed, in-depth course for Grade XI/XII ‘Bio-group’ students. Every year, more than 20,000 students appear in the entrance examination to study in national medical colleges, including the private medical colleges. Out of them, only around 300 students get the chance to study with scholarships.
What about the rest? There are three options for those who seriously pursue medical career:
- To prepare for one more year and appear next year again
- To take loans, gather the money somehow to get admitted to the colleges in Nepal
- To study medicine abroad (foreign universities)
A student going abroad to study undergraduate medicine has to pay around NRs. 5 million.
The general trend in Nepal is to prepare for these Entrance exams after HSEB examinations, i.e. around Jestha. As the general date of Entrance Exams fall around the month of Bhadra, less than 3 months after HSEB examinations, there is sparsely anytime for the students to prepare for the entrance. In such a case, most of them fail to get their seat assured.
You may wonder why many students with high marks in 10+2 do not fare well in the entrance exams and fail to get a seat. The simple reason is that they prepare for Entrance with the ‘10+2 approach’. Mere mugging up or cramming of some laws and formula is probably enough to answer the straight questions of the 10+2 exams but the tough Medical/Engineering Entrance Exams demand the students to understand the basic concepts as the questions are increasingly getting tricky every year.
Moreover, the students who could skip a topic or two in 10+2 under the open choice pattern cannot afford to do so in the Medical Entrance Exam. The entrance exam is an entirely different ball game. Here, there is no way you can take chances. And there are no ‘choices’ in your entrance question papers except for the ‘multiple choices’ in each compulsory question.
The principles, laws, and factual information of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology are always same. We have been, in a way programmed to answering only long and short questions from class 1 till today. But the question is do you have the right concept or not. If yes, you should practice as much as you can to use this concept to unfold the twisted questions that are aimed at teasing your brains and get adapted to solving MCQ’s. Hence one needs to start their preparation in time and practice as much as possible, standing ahead of the rest because as they say:
“The More You Practice, The Luckier you get”
We take pride to announce that AIMS-Nepal is the pioneer in Pre-Medical coaching preparation. We are not just self-proclaiming ourselves but speaking confidently on the basis of fact and figures. What the students have to say openly testifies that.
Pre-medical classes prepare students for the MBBS entrance depending on in which grade of study you are studying currently. These classes gradually and systematically clarify your basic concepts which are a must in MBBS preparation and usually not talked about adequately in the classrooms. It will equally prove beneficial for your final exam preparation. This apart, maestros of Health Science & English have prepared par excellence study modules that will form the backbone of your medical entrance preparation. This will familiarize you to the health concepts and brush up your knowledge of English.
- Designed for twelfth graders which will prepare you for your final exam preparation and MBBS entrance preparation.
- The entire course is well tailored to perfectly suit your needs.
- Starts from Grade XI and includes the course of 10+2 and the in-depth basics of entrance preparation.
Classes start in the month of:
Shrawan - for Grade XII students (PM1),
Bhadra - for Grade XI (PM2).
Classes will be conducted :
3 times a week; for 12 + 3 months – PM1 (Grade XII students)
3 times a week; for 24 + 3 months – PM2 (Grade XI students)