PGI MD/MS exam is scheduled to be held on 26th May 2019 and you are hardly left with 15 days to wrap up your preparation.

At this time some candidates might be nervous, some bewildered, some anxious. It is not easy for them to concentrate for long hours, but if you aspire to reach your targets, putting in the necessary hard work in these crucial days is very important.

The biggest surprise of this year's AIIMS PG was the introduction on Video/GIF based questions. This marks the beginning of a newer, more clinical based approach of AIIMS exam. Will NBE follow suit?

We collected information from 3,000+ students who took AIIMS PG exam on 18th November 2018 to help you understand how the exam was for others.

We have consolidated data from all the responses and have tried to present an accurate picture of the exam standard.

Radiology is a completely image-based subject. According to recent official subject-wise marks distribution, Radiology forms a part of General Surgery which altogether constitutes 45 marks. You’ll find approximately 7-8 questions from Radiology in the coming exam.

With a view to make your preparations more effective, we approached the famous faculty of Radiology, Dr. Khaleel Ahmed to guide you with the important topics from the NEET-PG perspective.

Dr. Khaleel Ahmed has himself prepared the list of important topics which must be thoroughly prepared & revised before the exam.

After sharing the important topics in Forensic Medicine, Pharmacology, Orthopedics, Pathology,PSM, Psychiatry, Medicine we have now come up with important topics in Dermatology.

Dermatology is among the short subjects asked in combination with Medicine in NEET-PG.  50% of the questions asked in Dermatology are Image-based questions.

For important & high-yielding topics, we approached the famous faculty of Derma, Dr. Manish Soni to share topics & sub-topics which must be prepared thoroughly for NEET-PG.

Forensic Medicine is among the easy short subjects and practically contains all facts. The factual nature of this subject demands frequent revision for longer retention.

As per the recent Subject-wise MCQ distribution in NEET-PG, around 10 questions are expected from this subject, thereby making it one of the easiest and high-yielding subjects.

With a view to make your preparation more effective, we approached the famous faculty of FMT, Dr. J Magendran to cast some light on the important topics in Forensic Medicine which will be useful for upcoming Medical PG entrance examinations.