About PGMEE

PGMEE (Post Graduation Medical entrance examination) constitutes of the various entrance examinations conducted nationwide as a gateway to Medical Post graduation degree programme. These examinations are considered to be very hard and only small proportion of the aspirants appearing for the exam make it to the PG Seat in Government Colleges. But don't panic because PrepLadder is going to reveal the secret path that was only known to few. The path that will lead to assured success, if you stick to the plan. 

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Don’t know whether to wind a watch or bark at the moon

Candidates usually are thoroughly and utterly confused when it comes to the planning for PGMEE. This is the major case that happens with most of the candidates appearing for the examination. They don’t know what to prepare, where to prepare and how to prepare.

 

The Secret

1. Study what’s important

There are more than 700 topics taught during the MBBS from which only 200-300 questions are asked in the entrance examination. That basically means more than 50% topics are not even mentioned in the exam. Go for the selective topics filtered from the previous exam papers and mock tests.

Also Read: How to make a realistic study plan for PGMEE?

 

2. Preparation Steps

There are a few steps that come in handy for preparation for the exam. These steps are mentioned below:

  1. First step is learning and covering the syllabus. Do MCQ's first, then theory, then MCQ's again.
  2. Revision will help you restore the topics and prepare you. Start revision 3 months before the exam. Stop studying new things during this time.
  3. This is an important step which will help you buckle up and be ready for the examination. Last 20 days should be only vigorous practice, on an online test series preferably since the tests are online.

Download the list of important topics for NEET PG here.

These three steps are mandatory. Even if a single step is missed, failure may knock your door.

Also Read: Average Student’s guide to Government College’s Medical PG seat.

 

3. Never sacrifice your sleep, health and free time

There is a myth that if you have to clear PGMEE exam, then you must sacrifice your sleep. No, there is no need of cutting yourself off from the world as you can prepare and balance a social life. But this does not mean that you become lenient.

It's always better to surround yourself with other students preparing for the same exam. Make this social group a constructive one.

 

4. Never Lose Hope

Candidates should never lose hope at any point of time because negativity or demoralization will consume you and never let you win. So, always be happy and hopeful to crack the PGMEE exam.

These were the secrets to success which will give you an idea of how to prepare. But to prepare for the exam given below is the more specific version to help you prepare for PGMEE.

Best Wishes!

 

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