Practice tests are mandatory. Avoiding them can cost you a seat in PGMEE

At PrepLadder we measure our success by the number of successful students.

We are really thrilled about the success of our alumni Dr. Anjitha Subash for getting the following ranks:

AIPGMEE 2016: Rank 187

Kerala state 2016: Rank 18

DNB CET: Rank 202

We congratulate her for achieving her dream branch Radio diagnosis.

In conversation with PrepLadder she talks about how she managed to achieve this and how you can do this too.

Bridge course proposed for BDS graduates to get MBBS degree 

Dental Council of India (DCI) in association with Medical Council of India (MCI) has proposed a bridge course to help BDS students get an MBBS degree. This proposal was made in order to overcome the shortage of doctors and specialists across the nation. If this proposal is passed, thousands of jobless BDS grads across India can hope to get an MBBS degree and go for PG specializations. Until now many BDS grads were jobless, this forced them to take jobs outside their field.

How to prepare Anatomy for PG Entrance Exams

As Anatomy is a subject taught in the 1st Prof of MBBS and by the time medical students complete their final prof or internship, they hardly retain few glimpses from the subject. As a result, while preparing for the PG Entrance examinations, aspirants struggle a lot with Anatomy.

Nobody can cover the entire Anatomy syllabus since the time for PG preparation is limited and you can only afford to give about a week per subject.

Everything you need to know about DNB CET

Diplomate National Board Centralized Entrance Test (DNB CET) is conducted two times for the January and July Sessions every year


DNB CET Examination is conducted for the admission in Post Graduate courses including Direct 6 year’s course in the specialty of various surgeries like Plastic Surgery, Neuro-Surgery and Pediatric Surgery. The DNB CET Qualification holder is Eligible for specialist’s post/faculty in any Hospital and on a teaching post/as a faculty member at training/teaching institution.

Supreme Court recalls NEET. What does it mean for you?

The Supreme Court today (28th April 2016) agreed to conduct NEET UG this year.

A petition filed by the Centre ministry and Medical Council of India (MCI), seeking review of Supreme Court’s 2013 judgement that scrapped National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) has been accepted.

NEET being accepted for UG means that it will be the only exam for entrance in PG medical courses in 2017.