NEET PG 2020-2021 Preparation Strategy
There is no doubt that NEET Exams are changing their trends. From a simple pen and paper-based exam to CBT Based exam, now the focus is more on concept rather than memories and one-liner.
That is a good trend to filter students better. This change was much needed taking into account standards and exams like MRCP/ USMLE. That is why the standard is to be maintained.
Despite lots of matters available on the internet, NEET PG students always are keen to know.
what to study. which books to consult, How much time it takes to prepare neet pg What is the best strategy
Our experts are of the view that Basic and strong fundamental concepts are very important and what has been learned in MBBS Classes can’t be looked down upon.
Some students might be lucky enough but that is a very small minority who can get through by sheer luck. There is no single strategy or a single book for any Post Graduate Examination which can take you through. Students should know that one has to know
- Basic and fundamentals of all subjects.
- Use standard reference books for all Important topics
- Study as per the latest guidelines and as per syllabus
- Have knowledge of Ward rounds and look at all Clinical cases
- Remember normal Values, Normal features.
- Do not overemphasize on only Image-based questions
The Subjects are Classified as Main / Minor
Forensic Sciences (Minor)
1) For Main Subjects, One should give at least 20 Days
2) For Minor Subjects 10 Days should be Sufficient.
3) Keeping adequate one Month for Revision is very important
Question Types Asked
Pneumatocele formation is seen in which pneumonia:
Pan coast Tumor causes all except:
- Horner syndrome
Osteoporosis is seen in all except:
- Cushing disease
Muscle not involved in polymyositis is:
Sheehan syndrome is due to destruction of:
- Ant. pituitary
- Post. Pituitary
Hyper segmented neutrophils are found in which Anemia:
- Iron deficiency
Ketonuria occurs in:
- Hepatic coma
Serum sickness is an example of hypersensitivity type:
Clubbing of finger is present in all except:
- Ulcerative colitis
- Biliary cirrhosis
- Lung abscess
- Acynotic heart disease
· Students should take it Not too seriously.
· Enjoy while preparing
· Not distract themselves much
· Take care of health.
· Use Online Platforms for Best Results
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