- Published: Tuesday, 03 November 2015 13:56
A study plan is the first thing you need to manage PGMEE preparations and your internships, job or private practice. A doctor’s profession demands a lot of hardwork and dedication. Without a custom study plan, it is next to impossible to stay on track for PGMEE preparation.
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It is not possible for any doctor to know all the answers to the questions asked in PGMEE exam.
Having said that, there will be no negative marking in NEET PG. So what do you do to increase your overall attempt with high accuracy? The thumb rule for high accuracy in an MCQ based exam is- Read all the choices before choosing one.
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AIPGMEE is a Post Graduate National Level Exam conducted by National Board of Examinations (NBE) for admission to 5500 MD/MS/Diploma seats in Government Medical Colleges of India under 50% All India Quota Scheme.
Then there are State Universities/Institutions/Governments freely participating in AIPGMEE 2016, who would be integrating AIPGMEE 2016 scores for admission to MS/MD/Diploma seats under their control.