Jun 30, 2016
The much awaited DNB CET 2016 exam has commenced from today.
If you’re appearing for DNB in the next 3 days you might want to know the general scheme of exam in the first session.
This analysis is based on genuine recall of Dr. Neha Bansal, a student at Prepladder, who had appeared for DNB CET exam in the morning session today.
Here are some excerpts from the recall.....
Dr. Neha: Hello. My DNB exam went really good by almighty’s grace. I had prepared really hard for this exam and I really hope to get through.
Dr. Neha: I am sharing the detailed analysis on the difficulty level as per my perspective of the exam.
|Questions||Level of Difficulty|
|60-70 Questions||Very Difficult|
Dr. Neha: According to me PSM was the most difficult section in the exam followed closely by Pharmacology.
Dermatology, Ophthalmology and Biochemistry were the easiest sections
Dr. Neha: The paper contained a large number of one-liners. Clinical questions were few in contrast to the expectations.
Dr. Neha: Overall, there were nearly 30-40 image-based questions most of which were of easy or moderate difficulty level.
Dr. Neha: Definitely. Question pattern in DNB exam and the difficulty level was very similar to PrepLadder’s mock tests.
Dr. Neha: NBE did not strictly follow the topic-wise distribution of questions it had released prior to the exam. In fact, some sections carried more weight age than they were supposed to.
Dr. Neha: Being a PrepLadder alumni I did not face any difficulty in using the software.
Even though I attempted the DNB exam for the first time, I knew what to expect from the software.
Dr. Neha: Session 1 of the day 1 DNB CET exam was on the difficult side.
I gave my best and I’m hoping for a good result.
We wish Dr. Neha Bansal and all other PrepLadder students the best of luck for their DNB CET attempt!
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