Many candidates who took NEET-PG exam have reviewed it as being lengthy.
Here is the detailed information gathered from the candidates which will help you to understand how the exam was for others.
10,000+ candidates took PrepLadder survey. All the responses have been consolidated so as to give you an accurate picture of the exam standard.
Overall Difficulty Level:
Majority of the students (57.1.%) who appeared for the exam stated that the exam stood moderate while 37.1% rated it as difficult.
General Pattern of Questions:
Part A: It was easier compared to previous year. Questions were directly from PrepLadder Rapid Revision. Many students made up time in this section.
Part B: It was moderate. Subjects in this section were of expected difficulty. Again, the questions in this section were directly out of PrepLadder content.
Part C: It was difficult with more clinically oriented, lengthy questions. Questions in this section were covered by the Dream Team, however they were application based.
Students who spent too much time in Part A and B faced issues in completing the exam in time. Students who started with Part C were at an advantage.
Subjects with low weightage:
FMT, ENT, Anaesthesia.
Subjects with high weightage:
Medicine, OBGY, Pharmacology, Surgery
How many questions did students attempt?
The following table represents the no. of questions attempted by the respective percentage of students:
No. of questions
Percentage of students
A staggering 55.2% of students surveyed felt that they struggled to finish within 210 minutes.
We’re overjoyed by the student appreciation pouring in for The Dream Team; once again verifying that only the best teachers can produce the best result.
The Rapid Revision videos of just 165 hrs. had a strike rate of more than 240 questions in the exam.
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