How to prepare Gynaecology & Obstetrics for PG entrance exams

Gynaecology & Obstetrics the two vast subjects clubbed together under one.

Studying everything in this subject is not possible during profs or during PG preparation. Mostly because you need to dedicate most of your time to Medicine and Surgery.

Keep a selective approach for Gynaecology Obstetrics. Studying only the selected topics in this subject is enough.

In this article we will discuss all the important topics in Gynaecology and obstetrics that are sufficient to tackle questions in any PG medical entrance exam.

How to prepare Pharmacology for PG entrance exams

Pharmacology is a very vast subject and to study it for university exams you need to memorize a lot of things. And by the time Medical students complete their final internship year, pharmacology is almost forgotten.

But don’t worry, this is not a problem only with you, almost all the med students forget it.

Supreme Court sets up three panel to oversee MCI Functioning

The Supreme Court set-up a three member committee headed by Lodha to oversee the functioning of MCI including its statutory functions and examine all the policy decisions of MCI.

This has been done to curb the blatant corruption in MCI that has lead to status renewal of sub standard medical colleges and brought down the level of medical education in India as a whole.

How to recall maximum of what you study for PGMEE

The biggest problem a PG medical aspirant faces is forgetting the syllabus they’ve already studied. And when they set out to revise, they have to study the whole topic again.

With such big syllabus to study for PGMEE, you’re bound to forget some parts. But you can use these techniques to increase your memory power and retain the dominant share of the learnings forever.

Practice tests are mandatory. Avoiding them can cost you a seat in PGMEE

At PrepLadder we measure our success by the number of successful students.

We are really thrilled about the success of our alumni Dr. Anjitha Subash for getting the following ranks:

AIPGMEE 2016: Rank 187

Kerala state 2016: Rank 18

DNB CET: Rank 202

We congratulate her for achieving her dream branch Radio diagnosis.

In conversation with PrepLadder she talks about how she managed to achieve this and how you can do this too.