Technological advancements are a stepping stone for the success of any company.

We at PrepLadder constantly focus on building the best product for our users. For this, we keep on updating the app from time to time for a better user experience.

We listen to our user’s valuable feedback and keep on improving our product for their complete satisfaction. For this, app updates are required quite frequently. So, we have planned to intimate you about this beforehand.

From now on, we’ll be updating you with all the tech updates before those are implemented on the app. You can check back on this blog post for all the upcoming tech advancements which will come on the PrepLadder App.

The government on 14th July, Tuesday decided to reduce the cut-off percentile for Medical PG seats by 20th percentile after receiving the complaints from a large number of medical colleges that thousands of seats are still vacant in their colleges.

Are you wondering how to crack the NEET-PG exam in the first attempt? If you’re on a lookout for some tips and tricks to get through the exam in the first attempt, then you’ve landed at the right place. 

A NEET-PG aspirant has many advisors who are eager to give them tips and tricks to help them crack NEET PG in the first attempt. Their tips and tricks include: Knowing the examination pattern as well as the entire syllabus well, referring to a lot of study portals, etc. Then, there are others that emphasize the importance of building a proper time-table and focusing on your weaker topics to master them to crack NEET PG in the first attempt.

But our question is if doing all that’s sufficient to crack NEET PG? 

Time crunch during the NEET-PG preparation and examination have been cited by many aspirants as a great hurdle in the exam. The NEET-PG exam tests one's knowledge of theoretical medicine, the ability to arrive at a clinical diagnosis, and quick decision skills. Your decisive skills are put to test in a fast-paced exam.


The result for the JIPMER MD/MS exam for July 2020 session, which was held on 21st June 2020, has been declared.

A total number of 9885 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.