With NEET PG 2017 right around the corner, questions are arising in students minds about various aspects of approach to examination. While a strong preparation is always necessary, a calm frame of mind can do wonders for the performance of the student on the examination day.
At this juncture, i would like to answer the three most common questions that are asked by the students preparing for the exam.
1. Which “day and session “will be good for better rank?
Its not “Day and session ” which will decide your better rank .
Your preparation of “concepts” and right “approach” to solve MCQs will be important for achieving the good rank.
So do not think about “day and session”.
#focus on revision of your notes and 10 yrs AIIMS/AIPG/ 5 Yrs PGI MCQs.
#Learn concepts and correlation for wider application of your knowledge.
2. Will AIIMS/AIPG/PGI questions be repeated in NEET exams?
#Reply: Very few repeats but that topic is important and remeber this punch line suitable for NEET exams
…….”TOPICS will be same ,but MCQs will be different”…….
Don’t practice MCQs for anticipating them to be repeats , learn those “topics” as an “High yield topics” for future MCQs.
3. “What about PROMETRIC System based calculations and how many MCQs we should attempt?
“No one knows clearly (everyone is just assuming ….!!) how software will calculate the marks of each and every session and no one can guess it properly ,so do not waste your time on such calculations…!!!!!.
Its complicated to understand those calculations and “toughness of the question” is decided after the response obtained from all students.
Try to solve maximum MCQ and don’t decide the toughness of MCQs by yourself during exam time.
Please do not have confusion, there is nothing called “pseudo-negative” marking.
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