Friday, 23 December 2016


When and how should we start preparing for NEET PG ?

• As early as possible, but it's never too late 😅 First and second MBBS students should focus on clearing concepts and remembering facts for long term not only till writing in theory exams only !! However since these are the days of early college freedom, we only manage to pass exams only, but these things can be done by without "wasting" so called golden period of MBBS..

• From third MBBS you can go for MCQ oriented preparation. Buy MCQ book of your current subjects and solve MCQ of topic you read.. For some NON IMP topics we don't read textbooks so for that go for theory given in MCQ book !! Add some points from textbook to MCQ book...

• And based on MCQ asked and what you felt IMPORTANT, make high yield notes.. Self made notes are best if properly made and utilized !!!

• Notes should be of 10-25 lines per any topic, add easily forgotten things like numerical or special names e.g. Kanagawa phenomenon, correlate things and compare related topics, make chart of differential points e.g. Pemphigus vulgaris and Bullous pemphigoid, try to distinguish confusing names e.g. condyloma lata - syphillis and condyloma acuminata - HPV

What to do prior starting serious reading before internship ?

• Buy DNB and NEET papers with explanations
• Choose one subject and solve its all Qs
• Read explanation of papers
• Note if you think related Q come like this
• Keep subject wise book with you to see theory and highlight topics you saw frequently asked in papers and enlist topics in descending order
• After you are done with MCQ, read these topics from your MCQ book and solve other MCQs too given in that book and refer theory for unknown Qs
• Take pics of high yield charts and tables to revise later in your phone
• Give subject test, evaluate silly mistakes and missing points correct them
• And repeat this cycle for next Subject


• Daily, weekly and monthly quick revision,.. Spare 1 hr daily, Sunday for daily revision and Last 2-3 days for monthly revision
• Give tests after subject is over and evaluate coz without evaluation no meaning of giving tests
• Keep momentum till last moment, it's very necessary
• Be flexible about timetable
• Healthy group discussion if possible, but not group reading !!!


• Avoid spending time in controversy ! Such Qs are only 2-3 in paper and no guarantee of correct answer even if you explore google as a whole !!!
• Don't compete with others but with your past performance
• Avoid non productive surfing of FB pages
• Don't read too many books for one subject, as we have 20 subjects !
• Don't take same time for revision, no use of it so revise quickly from your notes
• Don't join coaching classes in internship, you can't manage and work according to their schedule, if they teach you medicine in 3-4 days you can't finish it in time and next subject lecture already there next week !!

Anybody Can Do It

Even if you are mediocre during UG days and haven't open Harrison or Robbins, still you can make it through right path, proper reading, timely revision and immense test practice !!

If you want to impress a girl, you have to know about her in detail.. Same is with exams too !!

Know subject wise mark distribution, exam software etc... but don't waste time in understanding prometric marking system !!

As Lord KRISHNA has said  "You should work only, Let me tell the result to you"

1 comment:

  1. If I had to add something to this post it would be to join an online test series for NEET PG that will allow you to get a feel opf the exam and assess your preparation and performance. That I believe is vital.