The syllabus for the 2013 AIIMS examination has been declared and the candidates who are planning to appear for this examination must note it down so that they can prepare accordingly. The questions in the examination would be based on four different subjects namely physics, chemistry, biology and general knowledge.
For physics the candidates would have to prepare motion, measurement, wave motion, circular motion, Kinetic theory of gases, optics, thermodynamics, electricity, solids, Electro-Magnetic induction, nuclear physics and work and heat.
In chemistry there would be general and inorganic chemistry, structure of an atom, chemical bonding, chemistry of compounds and elements, energetics, state of matter and chemical equilibrium.
For biology the syllabus is more than the others because ultimately you will be studying MBBS where you would have to be very clear with your knowledge in biology.
The candidates would have to study the reproductive system, diversity of animal life, development of animal life, developmental biology, genetics and evolution, physiology and anatomy of plants, plant growth, internal structure of monocot leaves, mechanism and factors of plants, photosynthesis, transport of minerals and water and relationship between water and the cells of the plant.