Disclaimer: As per the NMC Act, 2019, AIIMS and JIPMER have now be replaced by NEET. Now the candidates need to apply only for NEET 2020 to get admission to MBBS courses in AIIMS, New Delhi, JIPMER and all AIIMS like Institutions. Online registration for NEET 2020 started on 2nd December 2019. Check more details about NEET 2020 registration here.

AIIMS Exam - Important Dates, Exam Pattern, Results & Answer Keys

AIIMS is a national level entrance exam conducted by All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi every year. This is one of the most prestigious medical entrance exams after NEET that helps aspirants get admission to different AIIMS New Delhi, Rishikesh, Bhubaneswar, Patna, Raipur, Bhopal, and Jodhpur. This computer-based test (CBT) exam is conducted in various cities to clear which candidates leave no stone unturned. Candidates applying for exam have already started looking for the tips on how to prepare for AIIMS 2020. If you are also an aspiring doctor, you have come to the right place for all AIIMS 2020 details including the important dates, eligibility criteria, application process, syllabus, exam patter, results and preparation tips to crack the medical entrance exam.

AIIMS Important Dates

Official announcement of AIIMS 2020 dates is yet to be made by the exam conducting body. However, till then, AIIMS aspirants can refer to the table given below. It will help you understand how to study for AIIMS 2020 to cover syllabus on time along with timely revision and practice.

AIIMS Exam Dates


Number of questions

Commencement of the basic registration
(PAAR) for AIIMS MBBS 2020
4th week of November 2019
Last date for basic registration
2nd week of January 2020
Status update of basic registration
2ndweek of January 2020
Correction of deficiency in basic registration
(for those whose form is not accepted)
3rd week of January 2020
Final status update of basic registration
4thweek of January 2020
Code generation for final registration
4th week of January 2020
Last date for code generation
3rd week of February 2020
Final registration along with the fee payment
4th week of February 2020
Last date for the final registration
2nd week of March 2020
AIIMS MBBS 2020 Admit card availability
3rd week of May 2020
AIIMS MBBS 2020 exam date
4th week of May 2020
Result announcement
2nd week of June 2020

AIIMS 2020 Exam Pattern

Exam pattern helps you get an idea of the type of questions asked, the marking scheme, total number of questions etc. based on which you can make your study plan to crack AIIMS exam. As per the official notification of AIIMS, the exam will be conducted in the computer-based (CBT) format where candidates will be asked 200 questions. They will get a total time of 3 hours and 30 minutes to solve all the questions.

  • AIIMS 2020 Exam Pattern
  • Exam format – Online
  • Total questions – 200
  • Exam duration – 3 hours and 30 minutes
  • Marking scheme – 1 mark for each correct answer and negative 1/3 mark for wrong attempts
  • Subjects covered – Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Aptitude & Logical thinking and General Knowledge

AIIMS Answer Key

The exam conducting body will release the official answer key on its website once the exam is over. The answer key helps candidates check their answer and get an estimate of the marks in the exam. In addition to AIIMS, Delhi, many coaching institutes also release their answer keys immediately after the exam.

AIIMS Result

AIIMS, Delhi will declare the result tentatively in June 2020 in online mode on its website. Candidates will be able to check the same by logging into their accounts using the user id and password created during the registration process. AIIMS 2020 result will include details like raw scores, percentages, sectional percentile and total percentile of the student.

AIIMS Exam - Frequently Asked Questions

Are there any limits to attempting the AIIMS 2020?

No, there is no defined number of attempts for AIIMS.

How many marks are required to crack AIIMS 2020?

Candidates from general category need to score at least 50% marks in AIIMS to clear the exam while the limit for candidates from OBC and SC/ST categories is 45% and 40% respectively.