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Anybody going for PG medical entrance exams has a lot of queries in his/her mind. We often get a lot of questions from the candidates preparing for the exam. We have tried to answer few of the most common questions in this article. We are sure you will get many of your queries sought from these informative posts.

 

Which are the highly recommended Books for AIPGMEE Preparation?

We at PrepLadder guide you to stick to a few regular books. It is not recommended to study from too many books or guides for AIPGMEE preparations. We would also recomend you to go through many AIPGMEE Sample Papers but mugging up the repeated questions is only a futile exercise.

Teachers and Toppers suggest a few good books. The list of the books along with their authors is as following.

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How can preparations be done Online for AIPGMEE?

AIPGMEE is being conducted online since the year 2014. There has been a positive shift from traditional paper pencil based tests. There are chances of marking incorrect question in a jiffy in an OMR sheet. While in comprehensive based testing or CBT(Computer based test) such errors can be corrected. If you are not tech savvy, we recommend you to practice tests in a computer based format.

We will advise you to take a few mock tests and acquaint yourself with the online testing formatPrepLadder being the only platform that provides FREE online test series for Medical Aspirants that runs on the same software as used in the real exam.

The key to success is to be focused and thoroughly confident. In CBT, though there is no negative marking, you should try not to be in a hurry while answering questions. AIPGMEE tests you on your problem solving ability and how well you understand the theory. You should be able to handle pressure in order to score better than others.

There is subject – wise distribution of 16 subjects in AIPGMEE Exam Pattern.

 

What is the General Pattern and what should AIPGMEE aspirants expect in the Exam?

After the introduction of AIPGMEE the number of questions have increased to 300 which have to be answered in 3 hours, 30 minutes duration. The difficulty level of exam has increased in past 3 to 4 years.

You should be prepared to face some fresh questions. One cannot mug up the repeated questions and score well in AIPGMEE Exam. You should prepare so well that you should not only be able to answer a repeat question but also be able to answer any question from any topic.

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What is the updated Syllabus of AIPGMEE?

Please refer to MCI website www.mciindia.org for complete information.

The subject wise marks distribution is as follows:

S.No.

Subjects

Number of Questions

1.

Anatomy      

15

2.

Physiology

15

3.

Biochemistry

15

4.

Pharmacology

20

5.

Microbiology

20

6.

Pathology

25

7.

Forensic Medicine

10

8.

Social and Preventive Medicine

25

9.

Medicine Dermatology and Venerelogy

37

10.

Surgery, ENT, Orthopedics & Anesthesia 

46

11.

Radiodiagnosis and Radiotherapy

12 (6 + 6)

12.

Obstetrics and Gynecology

25

14.

Pediatrics

15

15.

Ophthalmology

10

16.

Psychiatry

10

 

Total

300

 

The qualifying percentile for different categories are:

Candidate’s Category

AIPGMEE Qualifying Score

General

50%

SC/ST/OBC

40%

Persons with Disability

45%

 

AIPGMEE preparations - what is the best strategy? How should it be done – comprehensively or strategically?

The toppers of AIPGMEE are of the view that preparation should ideally start by April. Then you would have sufficient time for subject wise preparations. Each and every topic is important and therefore the topics should be studied in detail. Here’s how to prepare for AIPGMEE in 8 months.

But if you have started late you should devote more hours on daily basis and in addition you also need to be quicker. Shorter subjects like Radiology, Dermatology and Anesthesia can be prepared from notes or guides. More time should be devoted to heavier subjects like Pharmacology, Pathology and Medicine.

 

What about the book Harrisons Internal Medicine? How should this book be studied?

This is a commonly asked question by the medical aspirants. Teachers and Toppers advice not to overdo this book. It’s a deal to study such a big book as it is and if you are unable to study it completely, it may highly dampen your spirits. Study the parts which are important. Select the most repeated topics from the previous year papers of AIPGMEE. You can read those from Harrisons book. The book is indeed very educating and knowledgeable, which you will realize once you will read it. But it’s definitely not a standard book for PGMEE preparation.

Also read: Most important topics for AIPGMEE preparation

 

We have tried answering the common queries of AIPGMEE Aspirants. If you still have any query, then feel free to write us in the comments section below.

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