If you are one of those lakhs of students who wish to take admission into Post graduation and are preparing for NEET PG 2019 Preparation entrance exam, then this article will be really helpful for you.
Every year the number of students appearing for NEET PG is increasing, so is the competition. You have to compete with these many students for a few thousand seat for PG. Of course, you will need to work hard if you want to clear the entrance examination. But other than working hard, you need to strategically plan your time for studying. If you are dedicated and have your mind set to clearing this exam, then you will definitely do it.
NEET PG 2019 Preparation – Tips
Nothing new I would say to you, you also know there is a lot of competition and you need to work hard for it. But you will need to combine hard work with smart work. You can prepare according to the weightage given to each subject for the examination. Start by preparing for the subjects which have maximum weightage or the maximum number of questions and then go down to the subjects which have least weightage. This will ensure that half of the syllabus is covered for the NEET 2019 PG examination.
Plan a timetable for yourself. Just by covering the maximum weightage questions can not ensure a 100% success in entrance exam. You need to plan your time in such a way that you could have ample time for preparation and revision. Last 3 months will be enough for the revision.
Make your own notes and highlight the important points. Half of the problem solves when you make your own notes. Books have a lot of content, you can prepare your own notes by noting down the important information from the book. When you will go through these notes, you will realise how easy it is now to study. Maybe it is a bit time consuming, but it is an effective way for studying.
Since the questions for NEET PG are not repeated, how should we prepare, what kind of books to read for each subject? This question is asked by many students. Generally, in most of the entrance exams some questions are repeated, but not in this case. So sticking to the traditional pattern of preparing from the last year question paper, will not help. There is no need to panic! I have provided a list of books that are recommended for NEET PG by some toppers and teachers for preparing for NEET PG 2019. List of books are given below.
NEET PG 2019 Preparation – Books Recommended
|Anatomy||Arvind Arora or ACROSS or Rajesh Kaushal|
|Pathology||Sparsh Gupta or Devesh Mishra|
|Forensic Medicine||ACROSS or Dr Gaurav Aggarwal or Arvind Arora|
|Medicine||Deepak Marwah or Mudit Khanna|
|Surgery||Pritesh Singh or SRB|
|Obs and Gynae||Sakshi Arora|
|ENT||Manisha Budhiraja or Ruchi Rai|
|Ophthalmology||B Ram Gopal or Ruchi Rai|
|Dermatology||Profs By Vivek Jain|
|Anesthesia||Profs By Vivek Jain|
|Radiology||Sumit Seth or Profs By Vivek Jain|
|Psychiatry||Profs By Vivek Jain or Praveen Tripathi|
It is advised to stick to a few selected books, studying from too many will only confuse you and will take up most of your preparation time.
Revision is a must. 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. It will either cost you another year or you can get into your dream college for studying PG.
NEET PG 2019 Preparation – How to divide your time?
For studying: You will need to dedicate at least 8-9 hours for studying. Going through the topics and preparing for each topic will take most of the time. Every student has a different pattern for studying. Some like to cover those topics that are their strong point and takes less time to cover them, while other like to go for those topics first which are their weak point. Choose the way you want to start, and stick to it. During this period, you can even take few mock test, but don’t waste much time on them as you are still in the studying phase. Taking these full length mock test and not scoring well can demotivate you.
Revision: What you can do is revise each topic after you have completed it. Revision is a must from time to time. Spare last 3-4 months for the revision.
Practice: It is said “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. Taking such test will increase you confidence and your speed too.
Check out this infographic on NEET PG preparation.
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Here is wishing great success to you in NEET PG 2019! Practice a lot and work hard, and success will be yours. All the best for NEET PG 2019!