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.

 

PrepLadder congratulates Dr. Rajath on securing Rank-11 in PGI, Rank-26 in AIIMS and Rank-35 in JIPMER Nov 2018. We wish him all the best in his career and future ahead.

To find out how he achieved this incredible feat, we spoke to him and tried to understand what it takes to attain such a rank. We would like to share the excerpts from his interview so that we can all learn from his experience and use it to score our mark.

Taking an exam isn’t just about studying, it is more about confidence. Some candidates feel nervous, some curious, some bewildered, some anxious. Exam anxiety is the experience of feeling an intense moment of fear or panic before or during the exam.

Stress is a temporary effect which could be beneficial if one decides to gear himself up for the challenge ahead or it could be devastating if it is allowed to overpower your capability.

Through this blog, we will see a few techniques which will help you overcome the stress and perform well.

We all are aware that NBE conducted NEET-PG in a single window & incorporated the negative marking system in NEET-PG from NEET Jan 2018 session onwards.

Basically, the main objective behind the incorporation of negative marking system is to minimize and penalize the ‘guess factor’ which is inherent in MCQs. This system is surely beneficial for genuine candidates who work really hard to achieve what they desire.

With just a few days left for Central Institute Exams, the aspirants must be busy giving a final touch to their exam preparations. Some candidates might be nervous, some bewildered, some curious and some anxious. At this time, you need not buzz with plenty of questions about the exam. You have already given your best. This is the time to revise what you have already done till now.

The biggest mistake that the aspirants make at this point of time is studying for long hours without concentrating on their diet chart.