NEET-PG is coming up in a few days. All of you might be finishing up your studies at this point. Indeed, this is the most crucial period for all PG aspirants. It is evident to have a pattern to solve the paper to attempt the MCQs.
Make a habit of reading all the MCQs first, answer each MCQ and mark the ones you didn’t attempt, don’t waste time if it doesn’t click, move to next. Come back later to the marked one. This will save you more time, NEET PG is not only about knowledge testing but also about time management.
To be more specific, every minute matters, and every second you lose could cost you a seat. Your preparation must include a lot of hard work. Here are a few tips that can help you get your MCQs correct and get maximum score:
Create a revision schedule for each of the 19 subjects below:
Take one subject at a time *OR one major and one minor, depending on how comfortable you are.
Try not to finish each subject completely. You can’t. Even if a subject is 80-90 percent finished, start revising. Examine the notes for six to eight times
For NEET-PG : Concentrate more on short MCQs.
Practice at least 100 questions each day (any subject or mixed), keeping an eye on the clock with 60 minute take no breaks, write down your answers on a piece of paper, and check them later.
Use a Marker pen
to mark the incorrect response so that it can be changed later.
Increase the amount of time spent on MCQs.
More than eighty to ninety percent of a day must be devoted to questions two to three weeks prior to the exam.
Don’t spend too much time on Online MCQs
instead, read standard, well-known MCQ books. At this point, if you want to read from textbooks: Select high-yield subjects to read. Most frequently asked in previous MCQs: “Trust your efforts, knowledge, and hard work.” *There’s no harm in dedicating a portion of your week to hobbies, friends, or family. It helps you unwind and get ready for your studies once more.
Do not abandon a subject if you have not read it before:
Practice at least 500-800 multiple-choice questions (MCQs) for that subject and learn it once using a mobile app video lecture
Students who live in PG or hostels only study together in small groups of 1-3 students: once a day for 15 minutes at the dinner table or before bed. Simply summarize everything you learned that day in front of others. They won’t understand a word, but you’ll remember it forever. If at all possible, stop using Facebook or WhatsApp until exam day. You would be lost and confused by it.
Learn more about the subject-by-subject weighting for the NEET PG exam in 2023.
Subjects cannot be studied on WhatsApp. If this is not possible, check WhatsApp no more than once per day (maximum 10 minutes).
- Continue with whatever books you have been reading since the beginning. At this point, don’t make many changes. If you want to practice more MCQs, you can use these new books.
- Donot forget to revise the 20th notebook
- Every day, try to get at least six to seven hours of sleep.