Tips for Preparing NEET PG Pediatrics
In order to get success in the medical entrance exam NEET PG, students need to analyze their strengths and weaknesses and plan a systematic method to make the most out of them. You need to build a strong roadmap to gradually eliminate or minimize the impact of such limitations.
Preparing yourself effectively and uniquely for NEET PG Pediatrics involves out of box self-sustaining strategies. Candidates need to meticulously plan their study timetable and follow it. Also meeting NEET PG toppers and rank holders will be an added advantage.
Exam Pattern: – Due to vast syllabus it is difficult to predict particular exam pattern and particular chapters. Hence it is very necessary to prepare for larger topics and more thoroughly.
Reading Speed: – The second important thing is your reading speed. If you are reading on the computer screen then it is slower than to reading on paper. For this, you have practice more and more so that you become habitual for this.
Candidates need to choose important questions first: – Suppose you have found 3-4 difficult questions continuously than in that situation you have to skip them and move forward. Time management plays another important role to scan the question paper according to your ability.
Marking of answers: – In the online mode of exam, students may make mistake in clicking the wrong answer. Be very careful while clicking right answer.
Below are listed some of the important topics to concentrate as Pediatrics is a very crucial topic in scoring high marks and also a very important subject to learn:-
Most Important Topics
|Resuscitation of New Born|
(Including Parameters to know Malnutrition Severity)
|Growth and Developmental Milestones|
|Nocturnal Enuresis, Autism|
|National Immunization Schedule 2016|
Congenital Heart Disorders
|VSD, ASD, TOF|
|TGA, TAPVR, Eisenmenger Complex|
|Gastro-Intestinal Disorders||Diarrhea (Treatment)|
|PAP (Pulmonary Alveolar Proteinosis)|
|Genetic Disorders||Pedigree Chart|
|Renal Disorders||Nephrotic Syndrome|
|Hyper and Hypothyroidism|
|Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia
|Lysosomal Storage Disorders|
|Urea Cycle Defect Disorders|
|Von Gierke Disease|
|Krabbe Appearance on MRI|
ALL THE BEST!