Sample study plan for Post graduate medical entrance exams preparation

Whether your target is AIPGMEE, DNB-CET, AIIMS PG or PGI, you have to work hard to achieve success, because all these exams are very competitive.

But how much time and hard work is enough?

The answer is that it depends from person to person. But according to most of our alumni who’ve had success in previous year’s PGMEE’s you need around 8 months to ace the exam.

5-6 months for studying and 2-3 months for revision and practice.

Here we have made some assumptions on how much time you should give to each subject while studying, you might give more or less time to a subject depending on your strength and weakness in that particular subject.

The 3 phases your PGMEE preparation should go through

You are sure to ace PG medical entrance exams if your preparation goes through these 3 phases.

This is how professional athletes prepare for big tournaments. They train, taper and rest.

Turns out these phases can also be applied when preparing for competitive exams. They just need a little tweaking.

So this is how you can prepare for PGMEE like a professional athlete.

AIPGMEE 2016 Counselling Round 1 Analysis: Once again, Radio Diagnosis becomes the most popular choice among toppers 

With the Conclusion of Round 1 of AIPGMEE, PrepLadder is here with the analysis of the interesting events that transpired during the 1st Round of Counselling of AIPGMEE 2016.

Counselling lasted for 2 days commencing on 21st March and concluding on the next day. Result for the same was declared on 23rd March 2016.

AIIMS PG 2016 Application Form

The Application procedure for the AIIMS PG 2016 July session started on 24th February and Concluded on 23rd March 2016. Aspirants who have applied for AIIMS PG 2016 for July session can check their application status by clicking here.

Or you can check the application form status by entering your ID and password in the form given below.

36 Hours (one shift) in the life of an Indian resident doctor- The Indian Express                                           

Doctors in Delhi went on strike asking for security, fixed hours and basic equipment. The Indian Express spent 36 hours(one shift) with a Surgery resident in Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital to check on what doctors were complaining about.