NEET PG 2022: Last-minute tips to score well


The NEET-PG 2022 exam will be held on May 22,2022 and only two days are left for the exam day. It is expected that all the candidates appearing are well versed with the syllabus by now, and might be dedicating the crucial time for revision. 

The NEET PG exam 2022 will be conducted in the online mode (Computer-based testing – CBT) for a duration of 3 hours and 30 minutes. The good news this year is that the students will now get an additional 30 minutes that can be utilised efficiently and the exam this year will carry total marks of 800, with 200 questions.

How to Prepare for NEET PG

Last updated: 21 May 2022

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The NEET PG Exam 2022 paper will be divided into three sections featuring multiple-choice questions (MCQs). The syllabus will contain subjects, according to the Graduate Medical Education Regulations of the Medical Council of India. For each correct answer, the candidates will get four points, while for the wrong answers 25% (one-fourth) of the marks will be deducted for each incorrect response.

Since the competition is fierce, it is essential that every aspirant must devise an informed strategy in order to execute seamlessly and successfully. To crack the NEET PG Exam successfully, the students are advised to divide and prepare for the subjects into different categories and prepare in a full-fledged manner.

Marks weightage according to the Syllabus

The NEET PG Exam 2022 covers a vast syllabus and is divided into sections. Each topic will have a different mark structure and weightage.

Let’s try to understand the same in the following table

Sl No

Topic

Marks Allocated

Focus Areas

1

General Medicine

180

Important topics: ECG, V-Fib, Pneumothorax, Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis, Pericardial diseases, Classification of shock, Pneumoconiosis, Gordon syndrome

2

Obstetrics & Gynaecology

120

Important topics: Imaging, Infections, Oncology, PCOS, Infertility, Tuberculosis, Amputation, Traumatology, STI, Obstetrics, Prenatal diagnosis, 

3

Pathology 

100

Important topics: Cell injury, Inflammation, Neoplasia, Haematology, Genetics, Respiratory system, Immunity, GIT, CVS, Kidney, Male & Female Genital tract, CNS, Liver, Endocrine

4

Microbiology

80

Important Topics: Bacteriology (strep/staph classification, staph toxins, typhoid toxins, etc), Parasitology, Virology, Mycology, Immunity

5

Anatomy

68

Important topics: Neuroanatomy, Cranial nerves & nuclei, Brachial plexus, Perineum, Histology, Thorax root values & dermatomes, Embryology

6

Physiology

68

Important topics: General Physiology, Nerve-muscle, CVS, Respiratory system, Kidney, GIT, Endocrine & Reproduction, CNS, Special senses, and Environmental physiology. 

7

Biochemistry

64

Important topics: Metabolism DNA replication   ETC, Lipoproteins, Enzymes (classification, kinetics, isozymes),  Genetics, Vitamins & Deficiencies,

8

Forensic Medicine

40

Important topics: Forensic toxicology, Forensic thanatology, Autopsy, Human identification, Asphyxial deaths, Sexual jurisprudence, Forensic psychiatry, Legal procedures & Law

9

ENT

40

Important topics: Embryology of ear, Anatomy of the middle ear, Complications of CSOM, Blood supply of Nasal septum, Allergic fungal rhinosinusitis, Muscles of larynx, Vocal folds palsy 

Last minute Preparation tips

It is very important to have some last-minute preparation tips, such that the students can improve their NEET PG Exam last-minute preparations that can help them to perform better in the exam.

Some of them are:

  • Do not try to learn anything new – It is advisable for the students that they should not try to learn any new topic which they have left out in their preparations afresh. This may create confusion in students and it may affect their performance in the exam.
  • Choose the topics according to the highest marks weightage – The candidates should start answering from the High weightage syllabus and try to cover them as soon as possible. This reduces the pressure on their minds
  • Make short notes and revise – The students should prepare short notes and revise regularly till the exam date. The short notes play an important role in the revision process and this boosts the self-confidence
  • Attempt more and more mock tests – Mock tests are the best mode to gauge our preparations. The students should practice more and more mock tests and this will help them to understand their flaws and preparedness for the exam.

Conclusion

The NEET PG Exam 2022 is the common entrance exam for all the candidates to get MD or MS seats. The competition is fierce and it is very difficult to crack, but it is not impossible. A proper plan and preparation strategy helps the students to perform better and score good marks in the exam and become successful.

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