Chapterwise Weightage of AIPMT Paper

There is no denying the fact that it requires ample of hard work and dedication to crack the tough AIPMT and seek admission in one of the best medical colleges in the country. However, while hard work is the key to success, a bit of a smart work is also required alongside to get through this competitive exam. Among other things, one smart move is to understand the weightage of different topics in your syllabus and prepare accordingly. Here is the unit-wise weightage for all three subjects.


  • Ecology: 14.44%
  • Cell Biology: 8.89%
  • Genetics and Plant Phyiology: 7.78% each
  • Plant Diversity: 6.67%
  • Application Biology and Plant Morphology: 5.56% each
  • Animal Kingdom, Reproduction in Flowering Plants and Human Health and Disease: 4.4% each
  • Body Fluids, Human Reproduction, Evolution and Circulation: 3.33% each
  • Biomolecule, Digestion & Absorption, Neural Control & Coordination, Plant Anatomy, Excretion & Osmoregulation and Locomotion & Movement: 2.2% each
  • Breathing Exchange of Gases, Structural Organization in Animals, Chemical Control and Coordination: 1.11% each


  • Thermodynamics: 13.33%
  • Modern Physics – 11.11%
  • Work, Power and Energy: 8.89%
  • Current Electricity and Rigid Body Dynamics: 6.67% each
  • Electromagnetic Field & Force, Geometrical Optics, Semiconductor Devices, Simple Harmonic Motion, Wave Optics: 4.44% each
  • Alternating Current, Capacitance, Centre of Mass, Electromagnetic Induction, Electrostatics, Fluid Mechanics, Friction, Gravitation, Newton’s Laws of Motion, Properties of Matter, Rectilinear Motion, Relative Motion, Sound Waves, Units and Dimensions: 2.22% each


  • Organic Chemistry: 35.6%
  1. General Organic Chemistry (GOC): 11.1%
  2. Reaction Mechanism: 6.7%
  3. Carbonyl Compounds and Hydrocarbons: 4.4% each
  4. Aromatic Compounds, Polymers, Chemistry in everyday life and Basic Principles and Techniques (POC): 2.2% each
  • Physical Chemistry: 33.3%
  1. Atomic Structure and Solution & Colligative Properties: 6.7% each
  2. Chemical Kinetics: 4.4% each
  3. Chemical Equilibrium, Ionic Equilibrium, Mole Concept, Solid State, Electrochemistry, Surface Chemistry and Thermodynamics: 2.2% each

Inorganic Chemistry: 31.1%

  • Chemical Bonding: 8.9%
  • D Block, P Block, S Block and Coordination Compound: 4.4% each
  • Metallurgy and Periodic Table: 2.2% each

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