Last few days tips to Score well in NEET-PG!

NEET-PG is just a few days away. This is the time when all of you might be busy wrapping up your studies. It is indeed the most crucial time for all PG aspirants.

Every minute counts, to be more precise, and every second you lose could cost you a seat. It requires rigorous efforts to be put into your preparation. 

Dr. Vivek Jain is here with the last few days tips to score well in NEET-PG based on his own experience.

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Tips to score well in NEET-PG 

 *0. Make a Revision timetable for all 19 subjects*: Take one subject at a time *OR*  1 Major + 1 minor as per your comfort level. 


*1. Start Revising*: Don’t try to finish each subject 100%. No one can. 

Start Revising even if a subject is 80-90% Completed. 


*2. Revise Class notes 6-8 times*: Whatever you find new or extra, write/ stick-on notes itself.


*3. For NEET-AIPG, Start reading National Board Questions 2012-June 2019*: Focus more on one-liner MCQs. 


 *4. Daily practice minimum 100 questions (Any subject/ Mixed) keeping Watch with 60 minutes time*: Take no break, Mark answers on a sheet of paper, and check the answers later on.

Mark the wrong answer with a Marker pen, to be revised later.

Keep on increasing the time devoted to MCQs gradually as the Exam date is nearing. 2-3 weeks before the exam date, more than 80-90% time of a day must be devoted to questions.


 *5. Do not waste too much time on Online MCQs only instead devote time to standard popular McQ books*: Most of MCQs on some online platforms have been taken from USMLE books to impress. No such MCQs come in National board exams (DNB, NEET AIPG). 


 *6. If you want to read from text-books at this stage*: Read selective, high-yield topics. (Most frequently asked in previous MCQs)


 *7. Trust your hard work, efforts and knowledge* No harm in giving some time (max half day in a week) to family, friends or hobby. It helps you relax and be fresh for studies again.


 *8. If you haven’t read a subject at all till now, Do Not leave it*: At least learn it once through Mobile app video lectures (if available for a popular faculty on Google play store) and at least practice 500-800 MCQs for that subject.


 *9. Those studying in hostels, PG accommodations, make a small group of only 1-3 students* only for 15 minutes revision in the evening every day on the dinner table or before sleeping. Whatever you have studied that day, just summarise in front of others. *They won’t understand a thing but you’ll remember forever*


 *10. Leave Facebook/ WhatsApp till Exam day*, if possible. It’d confuse you and waste your time.

*Subjects can’t be studied on WhatsApp*

If not possible, check WhatsApp not more than once-a-day (Max 10 minutes). In the last 14 years, I have never seen or met a Topper who was active on social media. After exams, join back Social media.


Please note: 

1. Whatever books you have been reading since the start, Continue. Don’t change much at this stage. New books to be used if you want to practice more MCQs. 

2. For those reading books written by me: Do read all Annexure and Golden Points subject wise for NBE. It’d help in faster revision before exams.

3. Try to get a minimum of 6-7 hours of sleep every day.

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