Biochemistry for NEET PG
Biochemistry is another important subject for NEET PG preparation. With an extensive syllabus, this first prof syllabus is quite challenging to prepare. Students can expect 16 multiple-choice questions from this subject in the exam, which means it must be prepared attentively. In addition, this high-yield subject can be easily correlated with physiology and medicine, so developing a solid concept clarity of its important topics is crucial for effective NEET PG preparation.
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How Does PrepLadder Make Biochemistry Learning Easy for Students?
PrepLadder offers a wide assortment of learning resources for students to prepare for biochemistry effectively. This includes engaging video lectures & self-explanatory notes featuring high-quality images for easier comprehension. Both our video lectures and notes cover the entire biochemistry syllabus in its entirety. In addition, students can also leverage treasures that offer a concise summary of a topic, custom modules and Qbank to strengthen their grip on the subject further.
Meet our Biochemistry Faculty
Our expert medical faculty for Biochemistry is Dr. C Shanmugapriya. She has completed her MBBS from Madurai Medical College and her MD Biochemistry from Madras Medical College. Currently, she is working as a Professor and HOD Biochemistry at Government Thoothukudi Medical College and Hospital, Thoothukudi. She has mentored thousands of medical aspirants for 16 years and helped them ace their Biochemistry preparation. She is also the co-author of “ A guide for preparation of ALL INDIA NEET EXAM” Volume-I, 2016-17.
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