guidelines for neet pg -2020
all dear members and seniors,i am entering final year of mbbs this session.
previously i just studied enough to pass the annual professional exams(mb),
but now i am realizing the importance of studying with a different approach is necessary for pg entrance,because there is a great amount of difference between the two exams,
so please help guide me as to what should i focus on now,and how to study ,
i dont take any coaching classes,so please suggest books and the methodology.
i know its being selfish but the realization has dawned late for me,so i am in urgent need of guidance.[/u]
Apart from the standard textbooks, MCQ books are really important to practice the MCQs and know the high yield topics and new pattern questions.
But there are many books and a lot of confusion arises, what I feel based on my personal experience that we should choose the most updated book. These are books which I am following as per the suggestion of one of my senior sis, who has got 23rd rank in AIIMS MAY 2017 and 299th RANK in NEET-PG 2016.
PHYSIOLOGY: SOUMEN MANNA
BIOCHEMISTRY: REBBACA JAMES
ANATOMY &FORENSIC: ARVIND ARORA
PHARMACOLOGY: GOBIND RAI GARG
PATHOLOGY: PRAVEEN KUMAR
MICROBIOLOGY: APURVA SHASTRY
ENT: SAKSHI ARORA
PSM: VIVEK JAIN
OPTHA: RUCHI RAI
SURGERY: PRITESH SINGH
MEDICINE: DEEPAK MARWAH
OBG: SAKSHI ARORA
PEDIA: TARUNA MEHRA
ORTHO: APURVA MEHRA
SHORT SUBJECTS: ARVIND ARORA
Apart from these books, DAMS classroom notes is more valuable and concepts from textbooks are even more, then only we can solve MCQs. I would not suggest anyone to ignore theory and jump to MCQs.