Go with the flow, says AIIMS topper Bhavik Bansal

After acing the NEET Entrance in Delhi, Bhavik Bansal, went one up by netting the all India number one rank at the AIIMS MBBS exam on Thursday.

Published: 14th June 2019 09:13 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th June 2019 09:13 AM   |  A+A-

Bhavik Bansal.

Express News Service

NEW DELHI: After acing the NEET Entrance in Delhi, Bhavik Bansal, went one up by netting the all India number one rank at the AIIMS MBBS exam on Thursday.

A jubilant Bhavik said, “I was pretty confident of getting through AIIMS Delhi, my dream college. That’s the most I wanted. Rank one is just an upgrade I desired.”

His father R K Bansal, a senior account officer, said that there were no doctors in the family yet Bhavik always wanted to be one. His mother Seema Bansal is a Physics lecturer.

“When we prepare for the entrance, we practice one kind of a question 50 times. It would be better if we attempt different types of questions,” he said as a tip to the next batch.

“I didn’t even count the number of hours. I just went with the flow. I gave a reasonable amount of time to every topic. I focused on one topic for a week, forgetting about the other subjects,” he added.

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