All India Pg Entrance Preparation Tips

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There are no shortcuts. Competition is quite fierce these days and a casual approach to exam is not going to help. But if u plan properly and keep your cool during exam, there is no reason that you cant make it. I will try to give some tips. I hope some of you can benefit from it. All the views expressed here are my own and true and helpful to the best of my knowledge!!

Basic books:

- All India Previous years' solved papers by Mudit Khanna
- AIIMS solved papers by Amit and Ashish
- Tehalka by Dr. Rajesh Prasad (it contains solved Mcqs of anatomy, physiology, biochemistry and forensic medicine)...Must read book according to me
- Sure Success By Ramgopal
- Chaudhary For PGI (not that useful for all india)

These are the basic mcq books that should be done thoroughly. If u have done with them, than you can do Salgunan. In my opinion, this book is not necessary for All India. At least i didn't read it.

Regardless of what i write here, you must follow your own plan according to your strengths and weaknesses. Spend more time on the subjects in which you are weak. This is the key to success. You have to identify which subjects made you suffer during your profs or during your previous attempt(s). Its always a good idea to finish them first. You can follow any order in doing subjects as u like. Try to finish all subjects atleast2-3 months before the main exam so that you can have adequate time to give the revisions.

For each subject, you have to do the previous years' questions(AIIMS and All India), corresponding theory book and Ramgopal sure success. I also would recommend to keep Harrison alongside as a reference while doing any subject. It will always come handy.

I also recommend you to take a small notebook and start taking notes of difficult to remember points, some important flow charts and tables. These come really handy for last day revision before the exam. You have to make sure that you don get too carried away with writing more and more as it will just be a waste of time.

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sonnet said...
Wednesday, September 10, 2008 12:43:00 AM

Thank u for bringing out this article.i was taken away by the v.first sentence itself...'there are no shortcuts'...!!yor are right.i am a student preparing for my MDS.and these tips add to my guide.

shailja shukla said...
Tuesday, November 11, 2008 7:33:00 PM

thanks for this article.i m doing internship and really confused hw to start d prep.i m sure ur tips will help me

Anonymous said...
Tuesday, December 16, 2008 5:16:00 PM

apoorv here.
nice things for getting start in this competitive era....

Bhargav said...
Wednesday, January 07, 2009 7:05:00 AM

Thank u for bringing out this article .It will definitely guide me in a good way.

Anonymous said...
Tuesday, April 28, 2009 11:31:00 AM

gud one

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