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RxPG Interview with Dr Rahul G Hegde, 22nd Rank, AIPGE 2009

Author: pearllysun, Posted on Sunday, April 05 @ 20:27:00 IST by RxPG  

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Dr Rahul G Hegde (RxPG nick: “the_lord_eht20”) secured a MD Radiodiagnosis course in Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College, Mumbai after securing 22nd rank in All India Post Graduate Examination (AIPGE) 2009 exam. He did his MBBS from Seth Gordhandas Sunderdas Medical College (GSMC) and the King Edward Memorial (KEM) Hospital, Parel Mumbai. Previously he had secured 6th rank in All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi (AIIMS) November 2008 exam, 11th rank in Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research, Chandigarh (PGI) December 2008, 56th rank in AIIMS May 2008 , 24th rank in PGI June 2008 and 1126th rank in AIPGE 2008. Our moderator and interviews co-ordinator G A Vairamuthu (RxPG Nick: pearllysun) contacted him and conducted this interview.

RxPG: Congratulations on securing a top rank in AIPGE 2009. What is the secret of your success in this exam?

Dr Rahul Hegde: Persistent efforts and studying smartly.

RxPG: How did your parents, family and friends contribute to your success?

Dr Rahul Hegde: My family was supportive of my decision to take a gap year to just study for the PG entrance exams. They had faith in my ability to eventually succeed in the entrance exams and hence I felt no pressure from them to make compromises on the branch of my choice which is Radiology.

RxPG: Had you not been successful in AIPGE 2009, what would have been your reaction? Did you have a backup plan?

Dr Rahul Hegde: I obviously would have been disappointed, especially after having done so well in the AIIMS November 2008 entrance exam and having studied for Medical Post-Graduate (PG) entrance exams exclusively for more than a year. But I have been in sticky situations before and every time I believe I’ve come out stronger after facing failures in previous exams. They have been a learning experience. As for AIPGE 2009, I didn’t have any specific backup plan.

RxPG: Who influenced you to take up Medicine?


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Dr Rahul Hegde: Having both my parents as doctors played a major role in influencing me to take up medicine. I watched the profession from close quarters and found it challenging and interesting enough to pursue it. But I admit that I didn’t take enough interest during schooling and junior college to do research about other professions. The Indian education system seems very rigid to me and students are forced to select their careers very early on in their lives. Fortunately, today’s generation lives in this information age where they have the resources to make better, more informed decisions than people during my time. The journey of becoming a doctor is long and arduous and one needs a lot of patience and dedication to succeed. Six years after entering the profession, I have realized a few harsh realities about the medical profession that I wasn’t fully aware of at the time of joining the MBBS course but I don’t repent the decision to join medicine one bit in spite of a few hurdles in the way that might dissuade a few people from joining this wonderful, rewarding profession.

RxPG: We appreciate the fact that preparing for an extremely competitive exam must be really challenging. During your preparation, did you ever doubt your ability to succeed in it?

Dr Rahul Hegde: It is extremely rare to find people completely confident that they will surely succeed in topping a highly competitive entrance test like the AIPGE 2009. It is worthless to ponder whether one will succeed or not, I think it’s important to just work hard and hope to have a little bit of luck on your side as well!

RxPG: How much time do you think one requires for serious preparation for this examination?

Dr Rahul Hegde: If you have been an average to good student during your MBBS, one year of focussed preparation during internship is, I believe, sufficient to prepare well enough to succeed in such exams and there are quite a few examples of students succeeding at their first attempt itself. But a large majority fail owing to several reasons, the main one being that the exam is highly competitive as a disproportionately high number of candidates are appearing for very few PG seats. In my case, I failed to do well enough in my first attempt owing to lack of knowledge of the exam pattern, faulty methods of study, inadequate study time as I didn’t have enough interest and motivation to study during a year of hectic internship .Looking back, I feel with appropriate time management and a lot more motivation and interest!, I could have prepared adequately during the internship year itself!

RxPG: When did you seriously start preparing for this exam?

Dr Rahul Hegde: I started seriously studying only after completing internship. I had lot of free time then which helped me to plan and study adequately and appropriately.

RxPG: Which books did you read for the theory part?

Dr Rahul Hegde: I referred/read standard textbooks like Ganong (Physiology), Harper (Biochemistry), Jawetz, Robbins (Pathology), Sabiston, Schwartz, Harrison’s etc. I read them mainly retrograde reading topics which were frequently repeated in PG entrance exams. I also read Kaplan’s USMLE step 1 notes and found them to be quite useful in solving MCQs of the preclinical subjects.

RxPG: Which books did you read for MCQ revision? Which revision books were the most productive and which were least?

Dr Rahul Hegde: The most important aspect of PG entrance preparation is solving previous exam papers. I don’t think anybody would disagree with that! Hence the most important MCQ books are the ones based on previous years question papers. I used the books by Mudit Khanna for All India papers, Amit/Ashish for AIIMS papers and Chaudhary for PGI papers. Apart from these there are quite a few subject wise MCQ books available these days. I used the books based on subjects like SARP (Skin, Anaesthesia, Radiology, Psychiatry) and BAP (Biochemistry, Anatomy, Physiology) by Saumya Shukla since these subjects are small and extensively studying them helps in improving your scores. It must me clearly noted that these MCQ books are merely “guides”, they guide you in studying the commonly repeated topics. The knowledge obtained from them must be supplemented with reading important topics from standard textbooks thoroughly. Considering the paper pattern of AIPGE 2009 which had very few repeats it is important not to over-rely on these guides.

RxPG: How important you think is internet in preparation?

Dr Rahul Hegde: Lots of information is available on the internet that helps supplement knowledge especially dealing with topics like recent advances and new drug development. However finding completely credible information on the internet is also a difficult task! More importantly, internet was useful to me as it landed me on this wonderful site called RxPG!

RxPG: What do you think is the better way of preparation between selective, intensive study and wide, extensive study? What did you choose as your style of studying?

Dr Rahul Hegde: Selective intensive study of commonly repeated topics is a prerequisite. If you can satisfactorily accomplish this, then reading a few off-beat topics superficially can be of some use too.

RxPG: Cramming for Indian PG entrances is often taxing for the brain and many people struggle with retention of facts. Did you face this problem as well? If so, how did you deal with it?

Dr Rahul Hegde: Unfortunately, Indian PG entrances do tend to lay more importance on factual knowledge rather than conceptual knowledge. AIPGE 2009 was also a good example of this. It had very few clinical scenario based questions and most questions were one-liners testing for knowledge of specific details. The only fruitful thing for students to do is to learn to adapt to the exam system rather than complain too much about it. Revising again and again is scientifically proven method to retain facts better! Other than that making notes, creating good quality mnemonics, giving mock exams frequently all help in improving your performance in entrances.

RxPG: Indian PG entrances are highly competitive so to compete them students end up in appearing in multiple PG exams , kindly extend your views on this and also their pros and cons of appearing in multiple PG entrances .

Dr Rahul Hegde: As I mentioned earlier all the exams that I’ve appeared have been a learning experience and with each exam I realised what was lacking in my preparation and subjects/topics that I needed to concentrate more on. Since the same body sets papers for AIIMS and AIPGE 2009 entrances it makes sense to appear for both of them. The cons are that sometimes students tend to get demoralized when they fail in multiple exams owing to lack of adequate preparation. I think students should have realistic expectations based on their preparation level and instead of getting frustrated, make use of failures by analyzing them as to what went wrong and steps they can take to improve their preparation.

RxPG: How many exams have you appeared and which one attracted you the most?

Dr Rahul Hegde: As of now, I’ve appeared for 10 MCQ based PG entrance exams! I enjoyed the PGI pattern of exam the most. The questions are framed in such a manner that chance of the luck factor is minimized because it requires a thorough knowledge of the topic to answer such multiple-correct response questions.

RxPG: Did you attend any coaching? Were they useful?

Dr Rahul Hegde: I joined a full-class coaching program during internship in 2007 and ended up missing half the lectures!. After completing internship, I joined a test and discussion program in 2008 and found it to be of some use. Whether to join a coaching course is a common question and a big dilemma in the minds of PG aspirants especially during internship. If you are able to do proper time-management and don’t have a hectic internship then you can consider joining a full-class program, otherwise it will be a waste of time as it was in my case. I think it is important for me to state this clearly that in my opinion joining coaching classes is not a prerequisite to success in entrance exams. However just like MCQ guide books they help you to study in the right direction. Mock exams conducted by coaching classes also help in practicing, finding out your weaknesses and also gauging the level of the competition!

RxPG: What was your daily timetable during the preparation? Why did you decide on such a timetable? Were you able to stick to the timetable strictly?

Dr Rahul Hegde: I didn’t have any fixed timetable most of the time. When the exams were not near I used to study subject-wise and when the exams neared I switched to paper-wise study. In my opinion, the last month before the exam one should not try to read too many new things. The last month should be reserved for paper-wise study exclusively and revising things already studied. Only new things to be studied are the topics that were asked in the most recent exams.

RxPG: Which subjects did you focus on?

Dr Rahul Hegde: It’s important to study all the subjects! But obviously doing the short subjects well (SARP and BAP) is most fruitful. If you’ve done well in your final MBBS ,the clinical subjects shouldn’t feel too difficult.

RxPG: What was your strategy for the revision? How many revisions did you do?

Dr Rahul Hegde: As I mentioned earlier, I kept the last month before any exam for paper-wise revision. It’s good to plan to revise as much as possible. I was able to revise all the papers twice-once thoroughly and once rapidly a week before the exam.

RxPG: What was your strategy for the exam day? How many questions did you attempt and why?

Dr Rahul Hegde: AIPGE 2009 was a shocker to most! All the best laid plans would have been waste! People tend to advice a good night’s sleep and to be relaxed and rested before the exam. I can’t manage these things! I hardly slept for two hours and was sweating nervously before the exam! Since the paper was “off-pattern” I took around 3hrs to answer 250 questions about which I had a fair idea. Then I started attempting the rest. I couldn’t keep count but I attempted 290+ questions. Considering the fact that the penalty for wrong answers is only one-fourth it is wise to attempt on the higher side and one should surely attempt questions where two options can be ruled out. It would be foolish not to!

RxPG: What is your impression of the AIPGE exam? Is it a fair exam?

Dr Rahul Hegde: I suppose it is relatively fair. Luck does play a significant role. However I don’t believe there are any significant malpractices in the exam. Rumours of papers leaking and malpractices were floating around before the AIPGE 2009 exam as well but they turned out to be false.

RxPG: Is the pattern of the examination appropriate? Would you recommend any improvement?

Dr Rahul Hegde: It would be better if there was less importance on factual questions and more concept based questions and clinical scenario based questions. Also, I fail to understand why a few questions tend to be asked on diseases unheard of by most MBBS graduates!

RxPG: What do you want to specialize in, why and where?

Dr Rahul Hegde: I want to specialize in radiology only! That’s why I skipped all the other branches that were available to me in AIIMS and PGIMER, Chandigarh counselling. Finally after AIPGE 2009, I have secured a MD Radiodiagnosis seat in LTMMC, Mumbai.

RxPG: How were you attracted to this speciality you’ve chosen & how you see your future in this specialization ?

Dr Rahul Hegde: I always had a keen interest in the diagnostic branches like radiology and pathology. I was never comfortable with empirical therapies and abstract concepts of clinical medicine! Imaging plays such a crucial role in patient management today. May I dare to say, on occasions it plays a more important role than the therapy itself! And with number of minimally invasive procedures being performed in interventional radiology, the importance of this branch of medicine will only increase in the years to come.

RxPG: How did RxPG help you in your preparation?

Dr Rahul Hegde: RxPG kept me in touch with a large community of PG aspirants and helped me learn from them. It was useful in keeping my motivation levels high, discussing difficult MCQs and remaining well informed of exam notifications and results!

RxPG: As we see on RxPG website, most of the doctors and medical students Are somewhat disillusioned by medicine as a career and some seriously Think about a career change. What would you like to say to them?

Dr Rahul Hegde: Unfortunately many of the students are not fully aware of the consequences of their decision to join medicine. Some may not have aptitude for the profession or may not have a passion for or interest in medicine. If after doing MBBS, there are certain other avenues that some find interesting and have a liking for then it’s surely better to follow that path.

RxPG: How should a medical student, in his early years proceed if he wanted to take up such highly competitive exams?

Dr Rahul Hegde: If possible it is better to study MCQs of clinical subjects while reading the theory during final MBBS. I didn’t do this though and only saying it now due to benefit of hindsight!

RxPG: Whom do you attribute your success to?

Dr Rahul Hegde: I would attribute my success mainly to myself, even at the risk of sounding a little selfish! But my parents, PG entrance coaching classes , friends and RxPG also had a significant role in my success.

RxPG: What is your advice to the future aspirants?

Dr Rahul Hegde: Study hard and don’t worry about the magnitude of the competition!


Note: If you have secured a rank in top 50 of any entrance exam this year, then please contact interviews@rxpg.com to arrange for an official RxPG interview.



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Comments
Comment #1 by the_lord_eht20 at 15/02/2009 at 17:31;
finally the wait is over! i got 22nd rank. satisfied (karo jyada ka irada!) par abhi mai exam deke thak gaya...maybe this was last! :(...read more
Comment #2 by silhouette at 15/02/2009 at 17:33;
wow :) too much u are .. congrats !!...read more
Comment #3 by blessedone at 09/03/2009 at 01:32;
dr rahul yr success story is realy unbelievable and congratulations for your ranks. :) sir, if u could share your study plans or way of studing with us it will be of great help. thanks in anticipation....read more
Comment #4 by nikeygni_lucky at 09/03/2009 at 07:49;
congrats rahul,well done yaar ! ab to tumhe tumhari dream seat mil gayi hai,so u must b satisfied :d :d...read more
Comment #5 by nimo_16 at 09/03/2009 at 09:56;
congrats........read more
Comment #6 by ramankb at 09/03/2009 at 10:19;
congrats lord...read more
Comment #7 by the_lord_eht20 at 09/03/2009 at 10:40;
hey thanks guys! but i dont remember ever starting this thread?!! :? mere post ko koi mod ne thread bana diya kya?! :? or maybe i was intoxicated then and so i dont remember! :lol: dr rahul yr success story is realy unbelievable and congratulat...read more
Comment #8 by the_lord_eht20 at 09/03/2009 at 10:42;
btw best of luck for aiims may09, (even im considering giving it but rt now not too motivated to study for it!)...read more
Comment #9 by delight at 09/03/2009 at 21:27;
lord, plz plz plz plz tell ur method of success....read more
Comment #10 by ganforyou at 10/03/2009 at 00:10;
hey rahul sir this is gaurav again . now you have to share up study plans in details. please. btw whan are you joining ltmc?my seniour got surgery their....read more
Comment #11 by aimit at 10/03/2009 at 04:49;
congrats lord !! mods ne ye thread tumhe gift me di hai ;-) but actually, ur advices in this thread will be gift for us....read more
Comment #12 by aimit at 10/03/2009 at 04:50;
congrats lord !! mods ne ye thread tumhe gift me di hai ;-) but actually, ur advices in this thread will be gift for us....read more
Comment #13 by aimit at 10/03/2009 at 04:51;
congrats lord !! mods ne ye thread tumhe gift me di hai ;-) but actually, ur advices in this thread will be gift for us....read more
Comment #14 by aimit at 10/03/2009 at 04:54;
sorry 4 repost,network error......read more
Comment #15 by h-lilac at 10/03/2009 at 13:27;
hey lord,congratulations ya!!!! :d ur sheer determination nd will power is motivating 4 a lot of us....all d best 4 ur pgship :-)...read more
Comment #16 by mickysingh at 10/03/2009 at 17:49;
hey lord would u lik to discuss ur success story...read more
Comment #17 by manojkumar at 10/03/2009 at 18:44;
congrats for success ,post some tips for everyone..that will be grt...read more
Comment #18 by aryakid at 12/03/2009 at 15:17;
congrats rahul!!! :) all the best for the future...read more
Comment #19 by RxPG_Team at 05/04/2009 at 21:01;
please read the complete official interview of dr hegde here: http://www.rxpgonline.com/article1822.html dr rahul g hegde (rxpg nick: “the_lord_eht20”) secured a md radiodiagnosis course in lokmanya tilak municipal medical college, mumbai after securi...read more
Comment #20 by metformin at 05/04/2009 at 23:18;
wow..gr8 dr. rahul u deserve it... congratulations.... wish u all success... keep in touch with rxpgians..ur advice is valuable to ppl here... take care.....read more
Comment #21 by pearllysun at 05/04/2009 at 23:45;
hi ! best wishes to see your interview online .... regards...read more
Comment #22 by delight at 06/04/2009 at 00:21;
wow! great interview rahul, thank u very much. plz keep in touch with rxpg....read more
Comment #23 by dejavu_2009 at 06/04/2009 at 00:51;
congratulations.... wish u all success... keep in touch with rxpgians...read more
Comment #24 by avisha at 06/04/2009 at 17:27;
congrats lord!...read more
Comment #25 by kodo at 07/04/2009 at 18:50;
congrats!! dr.rahul...read more
Comment #26 by gun83 at 07/04/2009 at 19:36;
congratulations dr.rahul. :)...read more
Comment #27 by anilmaniaaa at 07/04/2009 at 20:31;
wow! congrats......read more
Comment #28 by msorthomamc at 08/04/2009 at 07:42;
hi sir first congrtaulation for yr gr8 sucess sir as u said in yr interview do smart study? could u tell me what is this kind of smart study/? what is smartness in study so that u got a good result so plz kindly reply of this question plzzzzzz...read more
Comment #29 by the_lord_eht20 at 08/04/2009 at 14:35;
hi sir first congrtaulation for yr gr8 sucess sir as u said in yr interview do smart study? could u tell me what is this kind of smart study/? what is smartness in study so that u got a good result so plz kindly reply of this question plzzzzzz w...read more
Comment #30 by vkbond at 11/04/2009 at 14:57;
congrates man for such amazing sucess , i want ask you about which are good & best colleges for surgery , radiology , pharmacology , pathology in india? i think you must have good knowledge about this . put your comments in terms of renumeration , super...read more
Comment #31 by caerus at 13/04/2009 at 20:34;
congrats! you will be my motivating factor from now onwards :)...read more
Comment #32 by borntoconquer at 14/04/2009 at 20:57;
hats off to u sir!!!! thanks for motivating...read more
Comment #33 by doccalvin at 20/04/2009 at 22:51;
congratulations dr rahul ..thanks for sharing those studypoints...all the best 2 u for ur future.....read more
Comment #34 by anki at 23/04/2009 at 19:37;
hi myself air 6 in aipgmee 2009...read more
Comment #35 by rishi_gautm999 at 23/04/2009 at 21:48;
plz help me by ur method......read more
Comment #36 by delight at 24/04/2009 at 01:31;
@anki congrats for ur grand success. plz tell ur method of achievment which will beneficial to future aspirants....read more
Comment #37 by Dee123 at 24/04/2009 at 07:56;
congrats dr. rahul....read more
Comment #38 by dswtw at 29/04/2009 at 22:29;
congratulations dr rahul! u com across as a man of guts to hav left da seat u got in 1st attempt n try again! hearty congrats n gud wshes!...read more
Comment #39 by dswtw at 29/04/2009 at 22:32;
dr rahul..i wanna ask u one thng..apart frm da usual mcq buks n texts, wch pretests r worth doing 4 indian pg entrances..? plz rply asap..sm suggest dat harison pretest n immunology pretset r gud,,wt do u hav to say on dis.....read more
Comment #40 by the_lord_eht20 at 30/04/2009 at 13:11;
dr rahul..i wanna ask u one thng..apart frm da usual mcq buks n texts, wch pretests r worth doing 4 indian pg entrances..? plz rply asap..sm suggest dat harison pretest n immunology pretset r gud,,wt do u hav to say on dis.. pretest books give a lot of...read more
Comment #41 by angel09 at 01/05/2009 at 22:39;
hellloo dr.rahul.1st of all congrats on ur mega success pls help if u can guide how to manage with the changing editions of standard texts like harrison16 to 17,robins(yet to cum)7 to 8,ganong etc. is it wise to purchase the new one as m going to appear...read more
Comment #42 by jumanji at 01/05/2009 at 23:58;
well done for ur spectacular performance.though few people do well in one exam but to perform in aiims,pgi and aipgme all three of them with such a great result is unbelievable.keep it up....read more
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