Jun 10, 2022
Stephen Hawkings once said, “ However difficult life may seem, there is always something you can do and succeed at.”
Yes, qualifying for NEET PG and bagging a good rank may seem incredibly difficult, but remember, there’s always something that you can do to make your dream a reality. But the question remains, how? In this blog, we'll answer this frequently asked question - how to prepare/study for NEET PG.
Here are some tried and tested NEET PG preparation strategies that will help you get an amazing rank in the upcoming NEET PG 2023 exam.
Listed below are some proven tips on how to study/prepare for NEET PG for a good score.
Consider the vastness of the syllabus that you need to cover.
Consider the competition.
Now, evaluate the merits of starting your preparation sooner rather than later. Needless to say, how much time you spend dedicated to preparing for the exam will significantly impact the final outcome. Starting early will gain you the most important edge to get a good rank.
With an ample amount of time on your hands, you will be able to strengthen concepts and gain a better grip over the subjects, which will boost your confidence. Plus, you will have enough time to clear your doubts and evaluate your preparations via mock tests.
Also read: Importance of NEET-PG Mock Tests
Effective time management and organized preparation will take you a long way in your NEET PG journey. So, have a preparation schedule and stick to it.
You can start by developing a broad schedule. For this, you first need to understand where you exactly are in your preparation journey. Evaluate the following:
The point is to understand what’s on your plate so you can plan on approaching it methodically.
You can set up a calculated schedule for the time left before NEET PG 2023. Have monthly, weekly and daily targets and work towards them religiously. Each target you hit will motivate you to keep working harder towards your final goal.
Most aspirants make the mistake of keeping their preparations focused only on reading texts and notes to cover the entire exam syllabus. A point comes when they realize that they have no time left to revise what they’ve learned.
The problem with this approach is that while trying to gain new knowledge, you are not doing anything to retain it, which subsequently results in forgetting what you’ve learned. To cement your knowledge, you must revise and practice retrieving the information repeatedly.
You can practice the technique of spaced revision to maximize your potential to remember. All you need to do is balance learning and revising. After learning a new topic, revisit it in a few minutes, then in a few hours, then after a day, and then a few days. Space each revision to give your brain time to ingrain the information thoroughly. The longer you wait before revising, the stronger your recall will be.
Also Read: How to Revise and Retain Large Amounts of Medical Information for NEET PG
So, follow this strategy - read then revise, and you’ll witness significant improvement in your score. You can and should take the assistance of PrepLadder’s Rapid Revision if you want to revise like a pro!
MCQ practice is one of the most crucial components of NEET PG preparation. However, most students make the mistake of not identifying its role in the preparation or simply solving the MCQs for the sake of completing a module. Both are dangerous mistakes that can seriously impact your score and rank. Here's why -
Firstly, when used correctly, MCQs can be a fantastic tool for evaluating your preparations and identifying the strong and weak points.
Secondly, solving MCQs will train your brain to recall what you've learned. So, when the D day arrives, you won't be seeing those questions for the first time, and it will be easier to retrieve the correct answers from memory.
To practice MCQs correctly, follow these instructions:
This way, by the end of each practice, you’ll have a list of areas and topics that need revisiting.
For a fruitful preparation, it's vital to monitor the progress every step of the way, so you know where you stand. To evaluate your preparation and understand how to improve, take SWT (subject-wise tests). This will allow you to assess your strong and weak points to improve constantly.
During the final months of your preparation, it would be wise to take full-length tests. We encourage you to explore our Qbank 4.0, which allows you to take tests in timed, un-timed, and exam-based scenarios. Plus, the analytics feature of the QBank is just what you need to monitor your progress. After completing each module, the app will provide you with performance data and ranking percentages. And you'll also get tracking reports highlighting the areas that need improvement.
You can discover all the amazing features of QBank 4.0 and other top-notch study resources for NEET PG Preparation on the PrepLadder App. So, download the app now.
Make sure to stay tuned to our blog for more exam tips and preparation strategies.
Also read: Effective Strategies to Avoid Negative Marking
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Kashika Walia is a Senior Content Writer at PrepLadder. She is devoted to give her readers easily digestible and high-value content that makes their journey towards their dream career incredibly easy.
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