Mar 17, 2016
PrepLadder congratulates Dr. Narasimman Murugan on achieving this unbelievable feat. We wish him all the best for his career and future ahead as a Radiologist.
Here, he shares the secret to his success.
Hello, this is Dr. Narasimman. I did my MBBS from Madras Medical College, Chennai.
I got Rank 33 in AIIMS
Rank 75 in JIPMER
All India Rank 801 in AIPGMEE
Rank 140 in DNB
Now I am a resident in AIIMS Radiology Institute.
Theory and MCQ’s is the correct approach. Because if you know theory and your fundamentals are strong, you can solve any number of MCQ’s.
One year of dedicated and consistent preparation is enough.
Preparation can be started after internship.
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This was my first attempt at PGMEE
Revision is very important. Ideally last 3 months should be dedicated only to revision.
Yes PrepLadder played an important part. I took all PrepLadder tests.
As these tests were taken by around 15,000 candidates, I used it for competition analysis and assessing my level of preparation.
Yes. Having a time table is very important, it helps in keeping preparation on track and leads to streamlined way of preparation.
I was an Average student during MBBS.
Difficult for me were Anatomy and SPM.
All others I found easy
Don't jump into the answer while answering MCQ’s.
Try to rule out incorrect options before choosing an answer.Also Read: Why is Radiology the most preferred branch?
While preparing don’t cut yourself out. Be active online.
Have regular look on various forums and online discussions.
Revise multiple times, correlate various subjects, discuss with your colleagues.
Take any help that’s available.
All the best!
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