NEET PG exam is the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for students to qualify for the various postgraduate programs such as Master of Surgery (MS), Doctor of Medicine (MD), and diploma course in both government and private colleges in India. The National Board of examinations (NBE) conducts this exam and the Directorate General of Health Services conducts the Counseling and seat allotment.
Students who want to get admission to the postgraduate program should be mentally prepared that cracking the NEET exam is not easy like any other exam. Hard work, focus, diligence, and dedication are mandatory if you seriously want to crack the NEET PG exam in your first attempt. Here we will discuss the best strategy to prepare for the NEET PG exam.
NEET PG isn’t about how much information you consume, how much information you can memories, and how much information you are able to reproduce on-demand on the exam day. It’s about how selective you are in the information you consume, how many topics you revise, and remember on the day of the examination. Every year out of 1.5 lakh candidates only 10-12 thousand are able to secure their desired seat in the NEET PG exam. However, it is important to note that many students put their efforts to reach wherever they are, but only 10% of the total candidates can make it through.
So the conclusion is that NEET PG is not only involving hard work but also a very good strategy, smart work, desire to crack this exam with good marks. Always remember that NEET-PG is a planned game and you don’t lose until you have not properly prepared. Make your best strategy to clear this exam.
No matter how good your concepts are and how many revisions you have done, by the end of your preparation if you are still struggling or confuse to find the answer to the question on examination day then you will be indefinite under pressure. So the best way to overcome this situation starts attending online test series. Online test series helps you to know your preparation level. Now let’s discuss the eligibility criteria for the NEET PG Exam.
|Mode of Examination||Computer-Based (Online) Test|
|Duration of Examination||3 hours 30 minutes|
|Type of Questions||Multiple Choice (MCQ)|
|No. of Questions||300|
+4 for correct answer
-1 for incorrect answer
0 for unanswered
|Examination Syllabus||Based on the MBBS curriculum including pre-clinical, clinical, and para-clinical subjects.|
|Question paper||Paper is divided into 3 parts, A, B, and C|
*The question paper is divided into 3 parts A, B, and C with each part containing 50, 100, and 150 questions respectively.
In the 2020 NEET PG exam, NBE has revealed that around 167,102 students had registered for the exam and 160,888 students appeared for the exam. The percentage of passing the exam was 55.65% with 89,549 students crack the exam. Now you can understand the level of competition. It means study hard is not enough to crack the exam but studying smart will do.
If you want to crack your exam on your first attempt, you need to complete your syllabus one month prior to the exam, so that you have sufficient time for revision.
It’s very important to gather the best study material that can help you in your preparation. There are plenty of books available in the market for the NEET PG Exam, but choosing the best books is a very crucial task. If you start your preparation with the right study material, then there will be more chances to crack the exam. Try to make your own notes and revise them.
To get the idea of the exam pattern start analyzing the previous year's question papers. Many experts advise solving the previous year question papers help in your preparation. And you can understand the type of question asked in the exam.
When you start your preparation know your weaker subject first. Give more time to that subject and clear your all doubts. Every subject is equally important in your examination. You need to strengthen all your subject to score good marks in the exam.
Qualifying the exam requires a well-maintained strategy. The students are advised to attempt as many mock tests as possible. To crack this exam, you need to smart work, set your time for the exam, and attempt the mock test like you are really attempting in the examination hall. Last but not least analysis your mock test, so that you can understand your mistakes which you can’t repeat in your exam.
Yes, it is tough. As the exam pattern is decided by the NBE which also conducts the exam. But it’s not impossible to crack the exam if you follow the above exam patterns and tips. Cracking this exam will help students to get admissions into MD, MS, and postgraduate diploma programs across the country. Now I hope you understand how to prepare for NEET PG Exam.
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