Jan 20, 2017
PrepLadder congratulates Dr. Pallavi Hegde on securing All India Rank 13 in NEET PG exam. We wish her all the best for her career and future ahead.
In this exclusive interview with PrepLadder, she shares the plan that worked for her. Use these tips to get an amazing Rank in NEET PG.
Hello. My name is Pallavi Hegde. I did my Graduation from Mysore Medical College. I secured AIR 13 in NEET PG 2016.
The correct approach is my opinion is to study only the Important Topics of Each subject + MCQs. You are not doing PG in 19 subjects.
In my opinion, the preparation should be commenced as soon as possible probably in the Internship or Post Internship period.
It is better to study the respective subjects thoroughly from standard books and make the basics strong during the UG days.
No need to practice MCQs during that period.
Here is the list of books which I adhered to for my PG preparation:
Standard books of all subjects must be read whenever required
Revision is the key.
In the last few months, revise only the information which you have studied, nothing new should be attempted. Number of Revision rounds varies from person to person.
Yes, it played a vital role in my success.
I want to express my gratitude towards PrepLadder for providing Subject-wise MCQs and Mock Tests of Standard quality.
PrepLadder’s Mock Tests conducted at the All-India level prior to the actual exam had huge number of competitors and provided comparison of Performance and Rank at National level.
Yes, you need to set a deadline for each subject. A study plan is vital for completing the portion and for revision as well.
Without study plan, it is difficult to know where you are heading.
I used to score good marks, not a topper though.
It depends all on interest of a person.
The subject you don't like will seem difficult to you and also those topics which one has not understood properly. Nothing feels difficult if you are dedicated enough.
These are some mistakes which everyone must avoid while preparing for NEET PG.
Be serious with your preparation. Dedicate all your time for studying. Put in maximal efforts.
Plan your study schedule, frame a time table and stick to it.
Don't compare yourself with others while studying, have a healthy competition.
Have faith in yourself & your abilities and talk to your parents when you feel down.
Keep away from the company of negative people.
If you are sincere and dedicated enough, nobody can stop you from getting into your dream branch.
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