The much-awaited result of NEET PG 2019 has finally been declared. Students were eagerly waiting for the result from the day they attempted the exam.

NEET PG 2019 was held on 6 January 2019 all over the country. When surveyed, many candidates who took the exam had reviewed it as Moderate-Difficult.

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All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi invites online applications for Entrance Examinations leading to admission in Post Graduate (MD/MS/M.Ch (6 years)/ DM (6 years) courses of AIIMS, New Delhi and six other AIIMS (Bhopal, Bhubaneshwar, Jodhpur, Patna, Raipur & Rishikesh) for July 2019 session.

We have come forward with this blog to enlighten you with the important dates for various PG courses so that you don’t miss upon anything.

Many candidates who took the NEET-PG exam have reviewed it as of Moderate to Difficult.

We collected information from the candidates who took the exam to help you understand how the exam was for others.

10,000+ candidates took PrepLadder survey yesterday.

We have consolidated data from all the responses to give an accurate picture of the exam standard.

Gynaecology and Obstetrics are the 2 vast subjects clubbed together under the one. Students can’t afford to get questions wrong from this subject as it will adversely affect their ranking.

According to the recent official subject wise marks distribution for NEET-PG, around 30 questions are expected. This clearly shows the importance of this subject in NEET-PG.

We hope all of you are in the final phase of your revision and working very hard to turn your dream into reality.

To ease your revision for Obs & Gynae, we approached the famous faculty of OBGYN, DR. Prassan Vij to share the important topics which are high yielding & must on quickly revised in the left out time.