Jun 17, 2017
The second session of the Day 2 exam i.e. June 16th 2017 DNB CET exam is over.
PrepLadder approached more than 500+ real students who took the exam and has come up with the Detailed Exam Analysis of the Evening session of the second day of DNB CET so that we can update you about the standard of exam in the second session of second day of exam. This will surely help you to get an essence about what to focus on and expect in upcoming days of exam.
This analysis has been compiled based on honest polling from the candidates who appeared on the Day 2, Session 2 of June 16th 2017 DNB CET exam.
Overall Difficulty Level – Moderate to Difficult
The Evening session of Day 2 was again of moderate to difficult level.
Based on the reviews of candidates, exam was of moderate to difficult level. Many questions appeared from previous years. They also shared that exam was not lengthy rather if one has decent skills of time management, then one can go through all the questions on time.
Overall, the Evening session exam stood at ‘Moderate to Difficult level’ based on the opinions of majority of examinees.
Deciders/High Weightage Subjects:
Decider or the Subject that could bring a substantial difference to your overall ranking was Biochemistry. Followed by Biochemistry, many questions were asked from Microbiology, Pharmacology, PSM and Obs & Gynae.
Low Weightage Subjects:
Again, subjects that carried considerably low weightage in the second shift were Pediatrics and Anesthesia.
Pattern of Questions:
Type of questions that appeared in this session were factual based and one liner. Furthermore, numerical value based questions also appeared in this session.
A lot of data based questions with very close options were seen.
Again, clinical questions were not seen.
Majority of questions were from repeated topics that were framed in a new manner. Almost every topic was touched and as per the reviews of candidates more than 1 question appeared from every topic. About 10% of questions were based on syndromes.
Furthermore, around 6-7 questions appeared from unheard topics.
In this session, about 10 questions asked in the exam were Image-Based. The level of such questions was moderate to difficult.
Distribution of Questions:
This exam consists of 300 questions in total.
Classification of questions has been done into 3 different categories based on student reviews.
Distribution of Questions is as follows:
NO. OF QUESTIONS
As you can see in the table above, less number of easy questions were asked as compared to all the sessions till now. However, number of difficult questions was almost same.
NOTE: According to reviews, approx. 20% of questions in the exam were from short subjects.
Direct Questions from PrepLadder’s Mock Test Series
Main highlight was that direct questions from the test series of PrepLadder appeared in the Evening session of DNB CET exam held on June 16th, 2017.
As many as 20 direct questions were asked from our mock test series.
Candidates said that majority of questions were repeats either directly or indirectly from the mock test series of Prepladder.
According to a genuine feedback from a student, adequate revision of previous year’s papers and PrepLadder mock tests solutions is a must to clear DNB CET.
A lot of candidates expressed their gratitude as to how PrepLadder’s Mock Test Series helped them and provided an advantage over other individuals in order to stay ahead in the competition.
June 16th, Day 2 Session 2: Conclusion
As per the reviews of candidates, the overall level of exam was moderate to difficult. Many questions were fact based and straight forward. Moreover, previous years questions also appeared in the exam.
Therefore, we recommend the candidates who are going appear in the upcoming days to prepare the basics wisely.
It is advised to go through the previously asked questions once. As short subjects carried 20% of overall weightage, they cannot be missed as they can really aid you achieve your goal i.e. clear DNB CET 2017.
Depending on the feedback, we suggest you to revise whatever you have prepared till date. As many questions in exam are in a twisted form, you will be able to answer them correctly if you have your basics clear. And hence will help you to crack your DNB CET.
We believe that this analysis will give you an essence about what to expect and focus on in DNB CET in the upcoming days.
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