Jun 07, 2016
With only limited seats in top Medical Colleges, it is not only important to merely qualify PG exams but also important to score high.
Marks in NEET PG will be released up to 4 places of decimals and getting 1 extra question right can improve your rank by hundreds.
This makes time management in NEET PG very important as it can make or break your chances of getting a PG seat.
Solving 300 questions in 210 minutes is a very difficult task. You need regular practice to achieve this.
PrepLadder’s tech team has studied the software used in NEET PG very closely and have re-created the same software to run our mock tests on.
Our faculty and our tech team have together come up with time management tips that will help you use the NEET PG software efficiently.
Also read: How to recall more than 75% of what you study for NEET PG.
First 2 hours:
Go through the whole test in the first 2 hours.
During this time:
Remember you have less than 30 seconds for each question at this stage, so never get stuck on a question.
Let’s say you confidently answered 150 questions, Answered and Marked 75 questions and left 75 unattempted.
Next 1 hour:
The official software (and PrepLadder software) gives you an option to “Review” your test. Click on Review and go back to the unattempted questions first. Read the question and options again carefully. You have more than 30 seconds per question at this stage. Use your time wisely.
If you still cannot eliminate any option take an intelligent guess like this.
There is no negative marking in NEET PG so do not leave any question unattempted.
Also read: Preparation tips by PrepLadder alumni Dr. Anjitha (AIPGMEE 2016 Rank 186).
Last 30 minutes:
Click on Review and go to the “marked and attempted questions”.
Remember these are the questions you were confused about.
If you feel that you need to change the answer to a certain question, do not hesitate to change it because the chances of “right to wrong” changes is 20.2%, whereas the chances of “wrong to right” changes is 57.8%, almost three times.
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