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Month: August 2012

NEET PG: How to Prepare ?

While everybody goes crazy about the dates and conduct of exam, here are a few tips to stay cool and perform well whatever be the pattern.

“Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong”. –Murphy’s Law

There is every chance that even the best will fail. Just ask yourself how many top rankers from UG days are without a PG seat or those who have settled for worthless seats. It requires great effort and luck to succeed. If you confuse yourself you further decrease your chances and are more likely to fail.

There is no best way to prepare and important topics are important everywhere around the world in every exam. Just browse through USMLE forums don’t the topics look familiar. Whoever conducts the exam whatever be the pattern it’s all going to be similar.

When it comes to exams, what matters is the volume of information you are able to RECALL & REPRODUCE on paper.

Think like a winner,

“It may be difficult, but it’s possible!”

A winner believes that we make our own “luck,” either through what we do or what we fail to do.
A loser believes in “bad luck.”

A winner says, “I will!” and then suceeds
A loser says, “I’ll try” and fails

So make your choice Winner or Loser. Read, Read again, Revise again . Stay positive score high !

Also Read : Essential Tips To Solve MCQ

Useful Websites for PG Preparation

While many PG aspirants prefer digital sanyas, here is a list of useful websites that help you, guide you through the process providing tips, interviews by top rankers, mnemonics etc.

PG Times

NEET Update : Opposition to Online Test

Swift moves and silent announcements by MCI in the recent days is creating a buzz as AIPGME approaches.

Sources say that some officials feel that their children might not be “comfortable” in the particular format. “These officials have advised that the old pencil-paper format should be used,” a senior health ministry official revealed.
Incidentally, the common online test has been approved by the ministry. Following the objection being raised by this particular section of officials, the ministry has called a review meeting on Monday.


5 Most Essential MCQ Solving Tips

Problem solving is an art and you perfect it by practice.Here are a few essential tips that help you while solving Multiple Choice Questions.

1.Read the question without having a look at answer and have an answer in the mind.

2. Read all the choices before choosing one.

3.Don’t keep on changing your answer, usually your first choice is the right one, unless you misread the question.

4.”All of the above” is often a correct response. If you can verify that more than one of the other responses is probably correct, then choose “all of the above.”

5.If all else fails, choose response (b) or (c). Many examiners subconsciously feel that the correct answer is “hidden” better if it is surrounded by distracters.

The best tip of all is not to rely on tips—they are no substitute for knowledge of your subject. Concentrate on the textbook rather than the form book. But ask yourself questions as you read—this will improve your memory. And supplement your reading with regular dips into MCQ books—practice will eventually make perfect. – BMJ

More resources: BMJ, UWEC

NEET PG:MCI Updates On AIPGME 2013

Here is a new update from MCI dated 25/08/2012 adding to the confusion regarding NEET.

The notice gives reference to two dates, one for state entrance and the other for All India entrance, decreasing the chances of an unified exam(CET/NEET) being conducted for admissions to medical post graduates for the year 2013.

Source:MCI Website

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