Jun 16, 2017
The morning session of the Day 2 exam i.e. June 16th 2017 DNB CET exam is now over.
Prepladder conducted a poll where we approached more than 500+ real students who appeared in the exam so that we can update you regarding the standard in the Morning session of second day of exam.
This analysis has been obtained based on the bona-fide polling from the candidates who appeared on the Day 2, Session 1 of June 16th 2017 of DNB CET exam. This polling was conducted so that we can help candidates those who have their exam in upcoming days in order to get an idea about what to expect and focus on.
Overall Difficulty Level – Moderate:
As per the polling results, the difficulty level of Session 1 of June 16, 2017 was of moderate level. Many questions were repeated but with twisted options leaving candidates in a dithery condition.
Majority of the candidates said that many questions were repeated from previous years. They also shared that they could easily manage time during the exam. A lot of questions were data based. Furthermore, around 6-7 questions were from unheard topics.
Deciders/High Weightage Subjects:
Decider or the Subjects that could bring a justifiable difference to your overall ranking was Obs & Gynae. Followed by Obs & Gynae, many questions appeared from Anatomy and Pharmacology.
Low Weightage Subjects:
Radiology and Orthopedics were the subjects that considerably carried low weightage in the morning shift of Day 2 exam.
Pattern of Questions:
Once again, ‘One-liners’ dominated the Morning session of Day 2 exam.
In this session, no clinical questions were seen. According to the reviews of candidates who appeared in this session, many questions were seen from previous year. However, options were twisted that made the questions confusing.
This session had only around 10 Image-based MCQs, which is comparatively lesser than all other sessions yet. Level of these questions was also moderate.
Distribution of Questions:
In total, 300 questions are asked.
Based on the reviews of candidates, questions have been classified into different categories depending on the level of difficulty. It has been enclosed in the table below:
NO. OF QUESTIONS
NOTE: Candidates said that about 20% of questions appeared from short subjects.
Direct Questions from PrepLadder’s Mock Test Series
A major highlight was that direct questions from the test series of PrepLadder appeared in the Morning session of June 16th DNB CET, 2017.
As many as 55 topics were repeated indirectly from PrepLadder All India Grand test in this session. This is a huge number it itself that can really make a vast difference in your score.
A lot of candidates expressed their gratitude as to how PrepLadder’s All India Grand test provided them a benefit over other individuals and helped them to give a chance to enhance their score.
June 16th, Day 2 Session 1: Conclusion
As per the reviews of candidates, the overall level of exam was moderate. Many questions were based on facts and straight forward. Moreover, many questions appeared from previous years. Thus, go through previous year questions at least once.
If you’re taking DNB this year, PrepLadder recommends you to have a crystal clear knowledge of 1st and 2nd year subjects.
Candidates who are going appear in the upcoming days are advised to prepare the basics prudently and revise as much as possible. Revision will surely aid you to clear your DNB CET.
Revise short subjects as well, because 20% of overall weightage comprised of questions from such subjects.
We hope that the analysis will give you viewpoint about what to expect and focus on in DNB CET in the upcoming days.
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