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  • Sample study plan for Post graduate medical entrance exams preparation

     

    Sample study plan for Post graduate medical entrance exams preparation

    Whether your target is AIPGMEE, DNB-CET, AIIMS PG or PGI, you have to work hard to achieve success, because all these exams are very competitive.

    But how much time and hard work is enough?

    The answer is that it depends from person to person. But according to most of our alumni who’ve had success in previous year’s PGMEE’s you need around 8 months to ace the exam.

    5-6 months for studying and 2-3 months for revision and practice.

    Here we have made some assumptions on how much time you should give to each subject while studying, you might give more or less time to a subject depending on your strength and weakness in that particular subject.

  • Start preparing from internship to get through AIIMS exam – says Dr. Dipin Sudhakaran (AIIMS Rank 15)

    PrepLadder congratulates Dr. Dipin Sudhakaran on getting AIIMS Rank 15. We wish him all the best for his career and future ahead.

    In this exclusive interview with PrepLadder, he shares tips to help you achieve your dream PG seat like he did.

  • Study theory because AIIMS PG will test your concepts - says Dr. N. Amrutha (AIIMS Rank 12)

    PrepLadder congratulates Dr. N. Amrutha on achieving this unbelievable feat. We wish her all the best for her career and future ahead.

    Dr. N. Amrutha took daily tests and mock tests for a holistic preparation.

    In this exclusive interview with PrepLadder, she shares the plan that worked for her and helped her in clearing the exam.

  • Study to enjoy studying, says PrepLadder alumni Dr. Nayani (Rank 1 AIIMS and Rank 3 PGI)

     

    PrepLadder congratulates Dr. Nayani Makkar on achieving this unbelievable feat. We wish her all the best for her career and future ahead.

    Dr. Nayani did not join a coaching institute, she only took PrepLadder mock tests for PG preparation.

    In this exclusive interview with PrepLadder, she shares the plan that worked for her in order to help you achieve this too.

  • The 3 phases your PGMEE preparation should go through

    The 3 phases your PGMEE preparation should go through

    You are sure to ace PG medical entrance exams if your preparation goes through these 3 phases.

    This is how professional athletes prepare for big tournaments. They train, taper and rest.

    Turns out these phases can also be applied when preparing for competitive exams. They just need a little tweaking.

    So this is how you can prepare for PGMEE like a professional athlete.

  • Updates in the Latest (24th) edition of PARK

    Here is some very important news for all those aspirants who are going to appear for AIIMS/ NEET and all PGMEE’s. The author K. Park has released his 24th edition of “Park’s Textbook of Preventive and Social Medicine”. This new edition covers all the updates till 2017 and is important for all the medical students who are preparing for entrance exam.

  • Work hard, have self confidence, and success will be yours - says Dr. Akhil Baby (AIIMS Rank 8)

    PrepLadder congratulates Dr. Akhil Baby on securing Rank 8 in AIIMS. We wish him all the best for his career and future ahead.

    In this exclusive interview with PrepLadder, he shares his success mantra that worked for him to help you get an amazing Rank in AIIMS.

  • “PrepLadder Mocks give you an idea of where you stand”, says Dr. Rajath

     

    PrepLadder congratulates Dr. Rajath on securing Rank-11 in PGI, Rank-26 in AIIMS and Rank-35 in JIPMER Nov 2018. We wish him all the best in his career and future ahead.

    To find out how he achieved this incredible feat, we spoke to him and tried to understand what it takes to attain such a rank. We would like to share the excerpts from his interview so that we can all learn from his experience and use it to score our mark.