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Cracking FMGE June 2021 in 30 Days

May 18, 2021

The National Board of Examinations (NBE) in India conducts the FMGE Exam twice a year. The exam is a qualifying licensure exam for Indian Students with medical degrees from universities abroad. These are specifically for overseas universities not recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI). As per the official date, the exam will be conducted on June 18, 2021, and the result will be announced on June 30, 2021.

With the FMGE June 2021 Exam Date Now Out, ‘How to prepare for FMGE June 2021 in 30 days?’ is the first question that must be in your mind. So, PrepLadder is here to help you prepare for the exam with these last-minute tips. These tips will help you to strategize your study plan to excel with a high rank.

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Remain Positive

The first and foremost thing is to remain positive despite the clock ticking. You know much more than you think. So, don’t worry! Rather, choose to remain relaxed. This will help you to go about your FMGE preparation with ease within the last 30 days and help you to attempt the difficult questions with confidence.

Select the Right Study Resource 

Stick to one study resource and take the right one. There are many study materials available in the market but always go for a valid and well-known tutor, author or publisher to ensure that the content you are consuming is correct. PrepLadder’s Rapid Revision is your perfect resource to prepare for the exam in the last 30 days.

Know Your Target Questions

“Be aware that you only have to get a score of 150 out of 300. So, make sure not to target all 300 questions rather only target only 200 and you will be able to achieve your passing score”, says Dr. Gobind Rai Garg, PrepLadder’s Faculty for Pharmacology. 

Master the Entire Syllabus

If you’ve been preparing well from the beginning, then continue studying and revise the subjects thoroughly in the last one month before the exam. However, If you’re lagging in your preparation, then cover the most important subjects first and then study the rest of the subjects. In any case, do not fall into the trap of leaving any subject. Given below is a list of the six subjects you should be thorough with before appearing for the exam. The six subjects are:

  • Pharmacology
  • Pathology
  • PSM
  • Obs & Gynae
  • Anatomy
  • Microbiology

These subjects include bulk questions and should be on your tips as they cover some of the other subjects as well. You can study the rest of the subjects from PrepLadder’s Rapid Revision which is an excellent resource and is enough to enable you to write the exam confidently.

“Make sure not to leave any subject. Study six subjects from the Main videos, rest 13 subjects can be completed from Rapid Revision. ”, Says Dr. Gobind Rai Garg.

Attempt Grand Tests

You need to keep checking your progress. One of the easiest ways to do that is by attempting grand tests or previous years’ question papers. Solving these will help you find out if your preparation is going right and which areas do you need to work on. Give grand tests once a week till the last day of the exam. So you can practice the real exam scenario. 

“Know that in this exam where you’re competing against the computer, not your competitors since you just need to score 150 to qualify. So, heed to the advice of those that have appeared in the previous December and August exams”, Says Dr. Apurv Mehra, PrepLadder’s Faculty for Orthopedics. 

Let these tips help you to make the most of your time. Stay positive and confident to crack the FMGE June 2021 exam. Let your determination towards the examination take you to success. Own Your Dream

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