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 that 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 that will help you overcome stress and perform well.

We all are aware that NBE conducts 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.


Staying true to our DNA of constant improvement, we are launching Hinglish videos on the PrepLadder app on 10th Feb 2020.


Want to know what exactly does that mean?

We have come forward with this blog to clear all your queries related to Hinglish content. From the last few weeks, we have been receiving ample queries from the students regarding the launch of Hinglish videos.

NEET-PG is just a few days away. This is the time when all of you might be busy wrapping up your studies. It is indeed the most crucial time for all PG aspirants.

Every minute counts, to be more precise, and every second you lose could cost you a seat. It requires rigorous efforts to be put into your preparation. 

Dr. Vivek Jain is here with the last few days tips to score well in NEET-PG based on his own experience.

The result for JIPMER PG exam for January 2020 session, which was held on 6th December 2019, has been declared.

A total number of 14,659 candidates appeared for the exam.

The Merit list has been released with the ranks of all the candidates who appeared for the JIPMER PG exam.