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Prepare for NEET PG with DBMCI Online Mock Test Series

Prepare for NEET PG with DBMCI Online Mock Test Series

“Practice makes perfect”: Why mock exams are great for students’ brains!

Motivating students to start revision early is the primary aim as we all know that “the further away an event is, the less impact it has on people’s decisions.” Students should have the opportunity to focus their attention and effort earlier. Research suggests that 75% of students consider themselves to be procrastinators. Therefore, this is the perfect time to beat this feeling for most of the students.

The Online Mock Test Series instituted by DBMCI will definitely help students make sure they’re on the path to exam success. Mock exams are incredibly beneficial for students, helping them to see the challenge beforehand. They can help students to start revising early, to practice effective revision strategies, to improve their knowledge, to familiarize themselves with pressure and act as a guide moving forward.

Here is what you get with DBMCI online series

Practicing effective revision strategies: Mock exams let students practice revision strategies that are proven to be more helpful and discover what works best for them. There are several memory strategies that have been found to be effective.

Improving knowledge: Testing yourself is an effective way to improve your knowledge and ability to recall information. It has been proven that students who did a practice test after a period of revision did better on the final exam than those students who didn’t do the mock exam and had just spent the whole time revising. Instead of seeing an exam as a potentially threatening event or as some sort of judgment on their ability, it would be great if we could help students to see their mock exams as a handy way of improving their knowledge and memory. Also, if students have a particularly bad mock exam, better to have the shock in the mock, than the final exam. It can act as a call to action that perhaps they need to do more work, change revision strategies and develop skills needed to perform under pressure.

Practicing under exam conditions: Pressure can do funny things to students. For some, it can lead to nerves, anxiety, frustration and sloppy mistakes, culminating in a poor performance. For others, pressure allows them to concentrate more, work harder and perform better. It takes time and practice to perform well under pressure. If the final exams are the first time students experience these conditions, it is lottery as to how they react. Mock exams are a great opportunity for students to figure out and practice what works best for them

Identifying topics that need attention: Doing mocks gives you time before the real thing to target areas that need improvement. Mock exam results can identify how best to spend the coming weeks for students. Once these areas are identified, it is then a case of putting in the hours. It is not enough to think about what you need to do better, it is the action and the doing that really makes a difference. Mock exams can be used as a way of getting students to feel comfortable receiving feedback, which paves the way for further improvement and learning.

Not just this there are different series for different needs of the candidates

 ONLINE TEST SERIES

A.) Grand Test Series – 2017

  • Grand Test Series 2017
    Grand Test Series shall be conducted From Feb 2017 to Nov 2017 (Starting from 5th Feb 2017)
  • Day of the Test
    Test is conducted on First Sunday of Every Month.
  • Number of Questions
    300 Multiple Choice Questions will be there in each of the Grand Test
  • Time
    Each test will be of 3 hours and 30 Minutes
  • Test Schedule
    Test Schedule is given in Advance which states the Date of the test.
  • All India Ranking
    All India Ranking will be declared amongst students who appear in the tests pan-India.

B.) Subject Wise Test Series – 2017

  • Subject wise Test Series 2017
    Online Test Series shall be conducted From April 2017 to Sep 2017. (Starting from 9th Apr 2017)
  • Day of the Test
    SWT is conducted on every Sunday of Every Month except First Sunday of the Month.
  • Number of Questions
    200 Multiple Choice Questions will be there in each of the subject wise Test
  • Time
    Each test will be of 2 hours.
  • Test Schedule
    Test Schedule is given in Advance which states the Subject and Date of the test.
  • All India Ranking
    All India Ranking will be declared amongst students who appear in the tests pan-India.

C.) Target AIIMS + DNB Test Series – Previous year Mock Papers

  • 8 AIIMS Mock + 8 DNB Mock
    These 16 Mock Tests will be available for practice of AIIMS and DNB Entrance Exams all the time.
  • Test Schedule
    No Test Schedule is fixed thus these tests can be taken anytime.
  • Number of Questions
    200 Multiple Choice Questions will be there in each of the Test
  • Time
    Each test will be of 3 hours.
  • All India Ranking
    All India Ranking will be declared amongst students who appear in the tests pan-India.
D.) Previous Year Tests
  • Last Year’s Tests
    All of the Grand Tests, Subject wise Tests and AIIMS & DNB Mocks 2016 exam will also be available for the students for practice.
  • Test Schedule
    No Test Schedule is fixed thus these tests can be taken anytime.
E.) Access to Online Video Discussion to see detailed video discussion of GT and SWT

Highlights

  • Questions are based on NEET, AIPG, AIIMS, JIPMER, PGI and various state examination pattern.
  • Fully coloured image based questions are based on recent NEET and AIIMS pattern.
  • We provide an appropriate mixture of previous years questions and new questions in the question paper to provide student a real examination hall like experience.
  • We provide student with option for both online and offline examinations. We have various offline Test Centres for more competitive environment & online test giving platform for more comfortable approach.
  • Fully explained solved answers key of all Questions will be give immediately after completion.
  • All Students enrolled in between the session will get all previous Test papers and they will be provided an estimate of their ranks for exams they missed.
  • All India Ranking with detailed marks will be provided at our website: www. dbmci.com
  • All students who enroll in both SWT and GT ,will be offered a free membership toDBMCI 2017 PREMIERE GROUP ,where they will be able to ask their personal doubts to the faculty directly.
  • All students who enroll in both SWT and GT ,will be offered free access to Online Video Discussion to see detailed video discussion of GT and SWT in addition to the written solution of GT and SWT.
  • Things have changed in the recent years with new pattern in AIPG with NBE making the exam with complex marking scheme of scaling & equating. Each question is allotted different credit or marks based on how many students were able to do so and how good was the question to discriminate between a high scorer and a low scorer. We are only institute offering similar marking scheme to NBE/NEET.
  • A student progress report will be maintained at the online platform for every student where a time series line graph will enable each student to measure his progress and such time series line graph for last years toppers will also be provided for comparison.
  • DBMCI has offline centres all over India and with students enrolled from all parts of India, DBMCI test results are truely representive of the All India competition and DBMCI ranking gives student a good estimate of their preparation with respect to the All India competition.

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