NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY CUM ENTRANCE TEST – POST GRADUATE (NEET PG 2019) Tips & Preparation
NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY CUM ENTRANCE TEST – POST GRADUATE (NEET PG ) 2019
NEET (National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test) PG is National level entrance test through which the admission is offered into post graduate medical courses. Being the national level entrance test, replacing various other medical entrance tests, it is a common entrance test to be conducted by the Medical Council of India (MCI) for admissions to under graduate and post-graduate medical courses across the country.NEET PG exam is not an easy to crack. You have to study and know the syllabus well in order to do well in the neet pg entrance examination. It is to be noted here that pattern of NEET PG is similar to earlier AIPGMEE exam.
Before starting preparation, it is necessary to understand what you need to prepare and examine the NEET PG syllabus and make strategies and allocate time to each subject accordingly. The weightage given to different topics should be kept in view while preparing for the exam.Those Topics which carrying more weightage or marks you should give more time to prepared thoroughly.
Time Management is most important factor to crack NEET PG exam as the course for NEET PG is vast and rigours. Allocating time for each subject and topics on the basis of marks weightage is important as it helps a student to avoid wasting too much of time on a given topic.First of all divide each topics into small parts and then start Preparation as most of the topics of the syllabus are lengthy.
it is very important to have clear concepts of all the topics. Though, it is expected that basics concept should be strong but still if there is any doubt, then start working on it and reslove it as soon as possible by self Assessment.
It is also important to check your performance time to time, to do so solve previous year question papers or join online test series. By solving question paper or test series, you can figure what your weak area and make a note what has been done and what is yet to be done. It will also help to improve your accuracy level and time management.
it is important to understand that NEET PG is not one of the exams for which preparation can be done overnight. You should make a time table and stick to it. A timetable may be set for a day, or for a week, depending on individual comfort levels. To crack the NEET PG exam, you will need to dedicate at least 8-10 hours effectively for studying.
As all of you remember “Practice makes you perfect”. Practice as much as you can, through books, notes or online resources. Take online tests or mock tests to check how much you remember about the subjects, as NEET PG will be conducted in the online mode, so it is important for you taking an online test on regular basis. Taking such test will increase you confidence and your speed too.
Overall Revision is must to crack any exam. This advice goes for all entrance exam preparations, it is necessary that you should revise all the topics that you have covered.NEET PG is no doubt a tough entrance exam to crack, and taking any chance in preparation will be a very drastic step.What you can do is revise each topic after you have completed it. Overall revision for students should include special emphasis on Pre and Para subjects. You used to do weekly and monthly revisions, apart from the final round of revision just before exams.
Books you read for theory:
Anatomy – Chaurasia
Physiology – Ganong
Biochemistry – Sreekumari
Microbiology – Ananthanarayan
Pharmacology – Tripathi, Sparsh Gupta
Forensic Medicine – Reddy
ENT – Dhingra
Ophthalmology – Parson, Across
Surgery – Bailey, Ashish Gupta
OBG – Sheila Balakrishnan
Medicine- Harrison, Mudit Khanna.
SPM- Park, Vivek Jain
Pathology- Robbins, Sparsh Gupta