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As NEET PG exam is approaching, it is high time to burn the midnight oil for getting a desired rank.

In case you are still twiddling your thumbs to begin preparation, it is better to get back to study now and prepare study schedule for next year exam. For those who have completed or are about to complete the syllabus at least once, it is important that you continue to revision in these last vital months.

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Revision is most significant part of any preparation and necessary to remember what you studied. It is imperative to do effective revision owing to the vast syllabus and lot of information that needs to be memorized. Avoid reading anything new in these last months and focus on revision as it is a secret of many successful aspirants.

In this blog, PrepLadder experts have compiled a 3-month Revision Plan in order to simplify your revision for NEET PG. This blog will also familiarize you with the revision strategies needed to get a seat in your dream institute.

 

Revision Strategies for NEET PG

a. Prioritize subjects depending on the weight-age

Spend most time on subjects which are high-yielding and are most expected in the exam. Emphasize more on revising the subjects carrying high-weightage as per the analysis of previous year’s papers and then, continue to subjects that carry low weightage.

Also read: List of important topics for NEET PG preparation.

 

b. Revise from notes

Revise from the notes you prepared during your preparation. In case of confusion, you may refer to textbooks. Avoid changing your books at this time and refer to those only that you referred to during the preparation.

This will help in longer retention of information and saves the time by simplifying the revision.

If you're aiming for next year's NEET PG, read: How to make high yield notes during Medical PG prep.

 

c. Practice, practice & practice!!

Practicing mock tests and MCQs are crucial to succeed in the exam. Attempt subject-wise tests after revising a specific topic. It helps in gaining an edge over a topic and to become proficient in your concepts.

This will also assist you in analyzing your preparation level and topics on which you must focus more.

According to experts, attempt at least one full length mock test per week in September, 2 full length mocks per week in October and eventually, 3 full length mocks per week in November.

Be sincere while taking these full length mock tests and evaluate yourself to increase your score in subsequent attempts.

Spend 6-7 hours per day for revising the subjects and 3 hours to practice MCQs.

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d. Refer to PrepLadder's Revision Plan

Our experts have formulated a Revision Plan for NEET PG in the form of 5 Blocks.

These blocks are customizable as per individual’s strengths and weaknesses.

It is recommended to take Subject-wise Tests after finishing the revision of each subject of the block.

 

3-Month Revision Plan for NEET PG

It has been compiled by our top faculty, considering the Intellect of an Average student.

Block I

Subject

Days

Total Days

 

Anatomy

5 Days

14 Days

Physiology

4 Days

Biochemistry

3 Days

Catch up

2 Days

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Block II 

Subject

Days

Total Days

Pathology

5 Days

19 Days

Pharmacology

5 Days

Microbiology

4 Days

Forensic Medicine

2 Days

Catch up

3 Days

  

Block III

Subject

Days

Total Days

Ophthalmology

2 Days

13 Days

ENT

2 Days

SPM

7 Days

Catch up

2 Days

 

Block IV

Subject

Days

Total Days

Medicine 

12 Days

21 Days

Psychiatry

2 Days

Dermatology

2 Days

Pediatrics

2 Days

Catch up

3 Days

 

Block V 

Subject

Days

Total Days 

Surgery

7 Days

23 Days

Ortho

2 Days 

Anaesthesia

2 Days

Radiology

2 Days

Gynaecology

4 Days

Obstetrics

3 Days

Catch up

3 Days

 

For effective revision, it is important to have a well-crafted plan to succeed in NEET PG.

Revision truly is the key which can be used to unlock the doors of NEET PG.

You can refer to the Sample Revision Plan Created by PrepLadder experts or frame a plan as per your strengths and needs.

 

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