Dec 15, 2021
With only a few weeks left before you walk into an examination hall with an admit card, high hopes, and apprehension, it’s time to initiate the last phase of your NEET-SS preparation. Your performance in the NEET-SS 2021 will govern your future decisions, and your revision strategies in the last few weeks will influence your performance. We want you to make no mistakes as you gear up for the last lap and use the remaining time before the exam to prepare impeccably.
We want to share with you some important tips given by the Dream Team that you should follow because when the experts give suggestions, the note pads should instantly find their way out of the bags and drawers.
You need to devote at least 20-25 days to hard-core revision. Avoid reading things you have not studied before, especially in the last seven days. Starting anything from scratch in the last few days can be overwhelming and negatively impact your performance. At this point, rely on your two best revision companions- notes and treasures (on the PrepLadder app).
It is not the time to Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V a revision plan. It’s time to devise strategies that you can vouch for, the ones you know will work for you in the remaining days. Make a plan that considers your circumstances, your journey so far, and other factors. So, don’t call your peers and seniors and fight the urge to follow their plans blindly.
While you check off Cardiology, Nephrology, don’t miss out on topics that may not seem very important. Infectious Diseases, Medical Oncology, and Clinical Approach fall in the category of the issues that can be missed but should not be ignored.
You have officially entered the last stage of your preparation. After coming this far, you should ensure that you follow a fixed schedule and make the most of it every day. A disciplined approach to your preparation can help you take it to the advanced level.
|Cath Lab. Complications|
|HF (New Guidelines)|
|Hypoglycemia in Non-Diabetics|
|Vascular Neurology (including clinical trials)|
|Chronic Fatigue Syndrome|
|Spinal Cord Disorders (rarely asked)|
|HTN (especially monogenic HTN)|
|Latest HTN guidelines|
|Different modes of Dialysis|
|Transplant (especially IS/infections)|
|Electrolytes (especially K/Ca/P)|
|Motility disorders of esophagus|
|Complications of Portal Hypertension|
|NAC doses in APAP poisoning|
|Viral Hepatitis (HCV especially)|
|HCC (Milan Criteria/BCLC staging)|
|Hemophilia (novel Rx options)|
|Transplant & Complications|
|RA- extra articular manifestations|
|SLE (novel Rx approaches/Ab’s)|
|Sjogren-extra articular manifestations/diagnostic Ix|
|Small vessels vasculitis|
|Isolated cutaneous vasculitis approach|
|Ventilator troubleshooting/nodes basics|
|High Altitude Physiology|
|DPLD-radiologic pattern approach|
|Most Important- Genetics and Chemotherapy|
|Lung Cancer & SPN Approach|
|Thyroid Cancer & STN Approach|
|Vaccines (in IS/pregnancy)|
|COVID (vaccines/variant part)|
|Septic Arthritis/Gonococcal Arthritis|
It’s time to put your best foot forward and ensure that you make every day count in the last phase of your preparation, because you are just a few miles away from your destination. And the faster you run to chase your dreams, the quicker you will get there!
Ridhima is a Content Writer at PrepLadder. She aims at making a significant difference in the academic journeys of Medical PG, NEET SS, and CAT aspirants through her content.