NEET PG 2018 NEWS
NATIONAL LEVEL ONLINE TEST
National Board of Examinations (NBE) conducts National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for the Post Graduate (PG) course. NEET PG 2017 exam will be held from 5th December to 13th December, 2016. The application form is available in online mode. NEET PG 2017 Registration is conducted from 26th September till 31st October 2016. The admit card will be issued to the candidates after the successful fee payment.
For achieving success in the examination the candidates should pay attention to the NEET PG Syllabus. The major topics in the syllabus are Botany, Physics, Zoology and Chemistry. The questions will be based on these topics and will be area specific. The preparation for the exam should be done according to the NEET PG 2017 Exam Pattern issued by NBE. The exam comprises of 240 multiple choice questions conducted through online mode. There is no negative marking in the exam. The medium of examination is English only.
A comprehensive and systematic preparation is needed to qualify the NEET PG 2017 Exam. The exam is of national level and thorough efforts are required for successful result. NEET PG 2017 syllabus is based on UG standard of Medical Council of India. The aspiring candidates should have in depth knowledge of the topics studied at undergraduate level. Candidates should start preparing as a lot is to be revised before the exam and the time is always slipping away. The following tips should be kept in mind while preparing for the NEET PG 2017 exam
Prepare a schedule: Candidates should have clarity in the mind about what to prepare for the exam. Thus, there is a need to select the target to be achieved. The major points to be taken care are:
Manage the time: Effective management of time means complete utilization of the time for our benefit. The NEET PG syllabus if very comprehensive and bulky. Following points should be kept in mind:
Divide the topics: Instead of dealing with a huge topic it is better to break it into smaller sub-portions and then deal with it. The candidates can take small portions of the topic daily and it will be easier to understand a vast subject.
Clarification of doubts: While preparing for the NEET PG 2017 exam the candidates preparing for the exam will come across problems, difficulties and doubts. These questions must be addressed and answers should be found for them. The candidates can seek help from the subject expert, teachers and scholars. For a good hold and deep knowledge of the topics all the doubts must be clarified.
Regular assessment: A daily analysis of the progress should be done by the candidates. Unless the achievement level is known the preparation is meaningless. This will allow the candidates to revise their preparation methods. The candidates can assess their performance in following ways:
Take a break: After putting heavy labor during study hours the candidates need some rest and relaxation. Take a small break refresh and come back to the study. This will allow for rejuvenation of the faculties and a better performance. It will also reduce candidate’s stress levels and re-energize them.
At the last moment the revision should be highly specific and selective. For overall revision Pre and Para subjects must be given emphasis by the students. These subjects would be important for the merit and a good score. Though other subjects like Medicine, Surgery, OBS & Gynecology, and Pediatrics are also of primary importance. The candidates can spend less time on Medicine as about 21 multiple choice questions are asked from this subject.
Take revision crash courses or consider handbooks and short books to cover all the topics in the revision. All the left out subject topics shall also be covered this way.
Certain topics are more crucial that others depending upon the exam pattern. The candidates should take note of such topics and pay more attention to them. These topics have more weightage and allow candidates to score better with a better understanding of it. A list of the important topics is attached here:
|TOPIC||POINTS TO BE FOCUSSED|
|Pathology||Initial 5-6 chapters from Robin’s small book.|
|PSM||Changes in NHP’s, recent advances and vaccines|
|Shorter subjects||Anesthesia, Dermatology and Radiology|
There are certain practices that should be avoided while preparing for the NEET PG Exam. The practices no to be done while by the candidates are:
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