NBE PGMEE preparation of medical students ends up in a fiasco near to Exams. Now, there are ‘n’ number of reasons for the failed efforts towards preparations. Various unforeseen circumstances, procrastination, work schedule, heavy internship work, etc. can be the potential reasons towards failure in preparations.

NEET PG will be way more competitive that AIPG ever was. More than 1 lakh competitors are expected to take NEET PG this year, whereas AIPG was taken by only 75,000 candidates. Why is it that most of the candidates fail to clear the exam? In this post we will cover the reasons. Experts at PrepLadder will give you a few substantial reasons on why aspirants are not able to get an MD/MS seat of their choice in their first or second attempt.

Strive not to commit such mistakes when you appear for NEET PG in December this year.

Since the syllabus for PGMEE is very vast, nobody can possibly know everything about every topic. So the question stands on how you should study for the most important exam of your life.

Should you know everything about something or something about everything??

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.