Are you nervous with your final year MBBS exams? Don’t know when to start the preparation for the final year MBBS exams? Then read this article to gain confidence and strategy for clearing the final year. Beginning of preparation for Final year ideally starts after second prof exams, but it’s never late.
But why is the final exam so important?

The result of AIPGMEE 2016 for admission to All India 50% quota  MD/MS/Post Graduate Diploma Courses (2016 admission session) has been declared and can be seen at Notice Board at Ansari Nagar Office of National Board of Examinations, New Delhi and AIPGMEE website www.nbe.gov.in/AIPGMEE.

Result cum Merit list of DNB Centralized Entrance Test (DNB CET) conducted by NBE in November - December 2015 has been declared. Candidates can access the same at: http://medical.prepladder.com/check-nbe-result.html.

 

About PGMEE

PGMEE (Post Graduation Medical entrance examination) constitutes of the various entrance examinations conducted nationwide as a gateway to Medical Post graduation degree programme. These examinations are considered to be very hard and only small proportion of the aspirants appearing for the exam make it to the PG Seat in Government Colleges. But don't panic because PrepLadder is going to reveal the secret path that was only known to few. The path that will lead to assured success, if you stick to the plan. 

If you're only an MBBS graduate you probably already know that you have to crack PGMEE by hook or by crook. But let us still talk about why you need to do this.

If you practice with only MBBS degree in a private hospital your career growth will be only around 5-10% a year and you'll never move up the hierarchy. As sad as it is but it's the truth. MBBS alone doesn't give you any exclusive value these days.