Dr. Arnav H. Tongaonkar, Seth G.S. Medical College and KEMH, NEET PG rank 38. I am a devotee of Sadguru Aniruddha Bapu (Dr. Aniruddha D. Joshi). His guidance, support and practical philosophies are the major force behind my achievement. I am a poet, writer and debator. Bapu and my parents have always supported and encouraged to balance these activities with my studies, and to pursue them even while studying for NEET !
Theory is indispensable as it gives a chance to read the matter and strengthen our concepts. At the same time, MCQs allow us to judge whether we have grasped the concept and also familiarize us with the way questions are framed.
At the beginning of internship. It is not worth taking stress form the early years of MBBS as enjoying these years is very important in sustaining one's energy till the end. I will also add that joining a Foundation Course in 3rd Minor is useful as it orients us towards MCQs and the approach to each subject.
Arvind Arora : Anatomy, Physio, Biochem, Patho, Micro, Pharmac, ENT, Opthal, PSM, Skin, Ortho, Anaesthesia, Psychiatry, Paediatrics
Amit Ashish : Surgery
Sumit Seth : Forensic Medicine
Sumer Sethi : Radio
Notes of Dr. Deepti Bahl(DAMS)+Bhojani : OBGY
Handwritten notes of DAMS : Medicine.
No. This was my first attempt.
It is important to read the matter many times, even at the cost of doing fewer subjects.
Yes! Most certainly. I solved many of the PrepLadder NEET pattern tests. They gave me a good idea of how good my overall preparation was. Knowing the state of the overall preparation is much more important than each subject-wise score. These tests helped me to understand how to face 19 subjects together. They also gave me practice of Computer-based tests, before facing the actual exam and since their software is like the real NEET exam, it's the perfect solution.
Yes, I maintained an extensive and detailed timetable. This is essential to avoid losing focus and to maintain the momentum.
I was never exactly a topper, being involved heavily in extra-curricular activities. I managed to score decently though.
Most difficult: Anatomy, Ortho, Micro Easiest: Physio, ENT
Don't lose hope in the middle of the attempt! If things get difficult, take a day off to start again with a fresh mind. Don't dive too deep into any subject or feel afraid because someone knows more than you.
Make notes that suit your existing knowledge and pattern of learning. Discuss difficult topics with friends but don't let this discussion time interfere with your reading time. Find a book you like for each subject and stick to it, don't waste time trying to read multiple books. Cultivate a hobby that doesn't consume much time or energy so that you have something to divert your mind when the pressure builds up. Lastly, Work hard with focus and keep going! Have faith in God and in yourself.
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