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Dec 20, 2019

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How to Score 500 in NEET PG

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How to Score 500 in NEET PG

We strongly believe that you must aim for the moon. If you miss you will at least hit a star. So, taking this age old quote to heart, achieving a score of 500 should be your aim while preparing. 

Scoring 500 in NEET PG is a goal that requires a lot of hard work, dedication, and smart study strategies. Here are some effective tips that will help you reach this goal:

  • Make a Revision timetable for all 19 subjects: Regular revision is the key to retain the concepts and important topics. Take one subject at a time *OR*  1 Major + 1 minor as per your comfort level. 
  • Start Revising: Don't try to finish each subject 100%. No one can. Start Revising even if a subject is 80-90%  completed. 
  • Revise notes 6-8 times: At this last-minute, it’s best to go over your own notes instead of reading the textbooks. Whatever you find new or extra, write/ stick-on notes itself.
  • Focus on high-yield topics: Since you have limited time in hand, it’s best to focus your time and efforts on scoring subjects in NEET PG and high-yield topics that are most likely to be asked in the exam. Read this blog to get a list of all high-yield topics for PSM
  • Practice MCQs: This will prepare you for what to expect in the exam and also how to manage your time effectively for attempting the entire exam. PrepLadder’s question bank is vast and you will find topic-wise MCQs for practice.
  • Daily practice minimum 100 questions (Any subject/ Mixed) keeping watch with 60 minutes time: Take no break, Mark answers on a sheet of paper, and check the answers later on.
    Mark the wrong answer with a marker pen, to be revised later.
    Keep on increasing the time devoted to MCQs gradually as the exam date is nearing. 2-3 weeks before the exam date, more than 80-90% time of a day must be devoted to questions.
  • Trust your hard work, efforts and knowledge: No harm in giving some time (max half day in a week) to family, friends or hobbies. It helps you relax and be fresh for studies again.
  • If you haven't read a subject at all till now, Do Not leave it*: At least learn it once through PrepLadder’s video lectures or Rapid Revision and at least practice 500-800 MCQs for that subject.
  • Those studying in hostels, PG accommodations, make a small group of only 1-3 students* only for 15 minutes revision in the evening every day on the dinner table or before sleeping. Whatever you have studied that day, just summarize in front of others. *They won't understand a thing but you'll remember forever*

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Undoubtedly, attempting grand tests/mock exams is the best thing you can do to boost your preparations at this last minute. It has numerous benefits as it replicates the format and structure of the actual exam. 

It also helps familiarize with the exam format and evaluate your preparation. Plus, it will also improve your time management skills and you’ll end up becoming more confident for the actual exam.

So, here are some tips that can help you improve your mock test scores:

Analyze your mistakes: After taking a mock test, analyze your mistakes and identify the areas where you need to improve. Make a list of the topics and questions that you got wrong and focus your efforts on improving your understanding of those topics.

Focus on weak areas: Once you’ve identified your weak areas through your mistakes in mock tests, focus your efforts on strengthening them. You can use PrepLadder’s Rapid Revision to study and develop a better understanding of that topic. Later you can practice related MCQs from that topic to evaluate your understanding.

Practice time management: Time management is crucial for the NEET PG Exam, and it is essential to practice managing your time effectively during mock tests. Once you are able to master time management, you will easily be able to answer more questions and improve your overall score. 

Stay Positive: Remember that improving your mock test scores requires consistent effort, hard work, and smart study strategies. With dedication and a well-planned study approach, you can improve your performance and achieve your goal of scoring high in NEET PG Exam.

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Please note: 

  1. *Subjects can't be studied on WhatsApp.* If not possible, check WhatsApp not more than once-a-day (Max 10 minutes). In the last 14 years, I have never seen or met a Topper who was active on social media. After exams, join back on Social media.
  2. Whatever books you have been reading since the start, continue. Don't change much at this stage. New books to be used if you want to practice more MCQs.
  3. For those reading books written by me: Do read all Annexure and Golden Points subject wise for NBE. It'd help in faster revision before exams.
  4. Try to get a minimum of 6-7 hours of sleep every day.

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