How to Prepare Biochemistry for Medical PG Entrance ?
Jul 02, 2016
Bio-chemistry is a high scoring section. It is the most scoring subject among all 3 first prof subjects.
In this article, PrepLadder summarises the strategies shared by Toppers on how to prepare Biochemistry for Medical PG Entrance.
Bio-chemistry does not change with time, there are no updates in Bio-chemistry and questions are often direct.
Following topics are important in Bio-Chemistry section
These are very important from examination perspective and must be revised one night before the exam since these are very volatile.
You must focus on preparing various cycles like Glucose, Lipids, Protein and Neucleotide.
You must focus on Enzymes, Substrates and cycles of Inborn errors of Metabolism.
Protein Structure and Collagen Structure
This is the second part which is really important from the examination perspective.
This is a really important topic. Aspirants can prepare genetics from Pathology book or Bio-Chemistry book.
Toppers’ highlighted that aspirants who are currently in the profs should prepare Genetics from Robbin’s Pathology since it’s given in detail there.
Candidates who are in internship and have limited time can refer to a good Biochemistry guide for genetics. Most important topic in genetics is techniques, since new questions appear from this part.
Also Read: All Important Things About Carbohydrate Metabolism - NEET PG Biochemistry
Inborn errors of Metabolism
Metabolism is a very important topic of paediatrics but can be covered under biochemistry also.
Most Important Topics under Carbohydrate Metabolism
Glycogen storage Disorders
Hereditary Fructose Intolerance
Most Important Topics under Disorders of Amino Acid
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