REVISION STRATEGY FOR NEET PG FOR LAST 2 MONTHS:
It can be divided in 3 parts:
1)Changes in the Daily Routine
3)Day of Exam
1)LIFE STYLE CHANGE
a)Keep distance from mobile phones and all the mediums which distract you.
b)Limit the use of social media as well.
c)Keep yourself calm.
d)Make a time-table & follow it strictly. A proper sleep for 7 hours is required.
f)Many people catch viral fever during winter months,try to keep yourself warm.
g)Try like this is your last chance but always keep in mind that it’s just an exam and even if you fail 10 years down the line it doesn’t make a large difference.
2: PROPER REVISION
a) First of all analyse the syllabus, make a plan according to the topics which you need to revise in final 60 days.
b) Make sure the notes and the books from which you are preparing are covering the whole topic thoroughly .
c)Reading a lot doesn’t helps but complete reading of topics helps a lot.
d) Subjects can be classified into two parts
Easy Subject :
*These are sub which yield more benefit in minimum reading.
*Your target in exam will be to get maximum no. of questions correct from that sub.
*Sub which are considered easy(may differ from person to person)-Pathology,FMT,PSM,ENT,OBG,Anesthesia,Radio,Dermatology,Surgery (to some extent)
Tough Subject :
*These are sub which are tough i.e. either they require memorizing or multiple revision.
*If you consider any sub tough than don’t leave it completely,just try to remember the minimum basics
*Sub which are tough-Anatomy,Pharmacy& Medicine to some extent.
e)Rest all subjects with revision you can do better than tough sub.
f) In every exam there are at least 30-40 percent of very simple questions ,which can be solved by just knowing the basic facts .The questions can be very simple but due to studying more complicated things sometimes people forget basic things like branches of celiac trunk etc.
g) Try to club similar topics together in revision i.e. cardiology from medicine,physio,pharma,radio can be read together.
h)Always form your base on notes and revise them.Even if you don’t do mcq in revision, no issue but notes have to be done.
i) Plan of at least 2 revisions before exam.
Take help of our Last Minute Revision Point Discussion Series by Dr. Bhatia to understand key concepts.Club one big and one small subject together eg anatomy and orthopedics.
j)Revise simple things at night when you’re tired…
k)If there is a tough question from recent exam try to remember it.
3: DAY OF EXAM:
a) Day of exam is most important day of whole preparation. Keep yourself calm.
b) Reach the center early,make sure you have all necessary documents.
c) After formalities ,just before the exam think to give the exam calmly but keep in your mind that this exam doesn’t define you . Even if you don’t qualify 10 years down the line it doesn’t make a huge difference.
d) Read each question properly,try to answer question without watching options,if what you think is in option than 95 percent chances are you will be right.
e) There will be many unknown questions,try to derive their literal meaning and see the options and answer them.
Try to find odd one out from a question.Example if there is an ecg showing bradycardia then definitely PSVT,VT,Ventricular fibrillation can’t be the answer.
f) For images look at options carefully.
For ct scan/mri etc remember the normal physiological anatomy and many questions can be answered.Similarly sternum ,spine etc can be identified by white color in ct and from the given ct few options can be ruled out.
g)If you have spare time than just try to revise the questions which you’re not sure or can give a try.
REMEMBER IN NBE EXAM AT LEAST 30-40 QUESTIONS CAN BE SOLVED BY USING PRESENSE OF MIND .
This is important ,because they are deciding questions,and here smartness overpowers knowledge.
Hence to give the exam calmly is very important to crack NEET PG.