The success story of Dr Amartya Sengupta, who acquired 1st Rank in INI-CET July 2021 like a warrior, one of our eGurukul stars (Basic Plan User), and DBMCI Super 30 Group. He shared about how he knocked INI-CET in his first attempt using eGurukul as his primary source.
Hello, I’m Amartya Sengupta. I’ve recently cleared INI-CET 2021. It was a great achievement for me because preparing for the exam and pulling off Rank 1 was way too much. It wasn’t something that I was expecting.
If someone asks me about my journey, then I would say that it’s 99% hard work, and 1% is sheer faith. This is because there are two 1st rank holders in the exam this time. Hence, I’m feeling lucky to bag the first position.
I took the Basic Plan of DBMCI eGurukul and subscribed for the Grand Test series in July 2021. Initially, I started off with one Grand Test per two weeks, and then I started attempting the tests frequently to challenge myself.
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In the last 10 days, I started practising the previous year question papers. I solved every question as the old question papers play a very important role in your journey to victory. Since then, I have started attempting the grand tests followed by the tests and discussions held at the end of the tests. I also started taking the GCLTs to push myself harder.
Also, I would like to add that being in DBMCI SUPER 30 Group has lifted my confidence. It made me push to work harder and achieve my dreams. I am living my dream today, it is itself a dream.
I’m a very shy guy in person, I generally open up less in front of people. But, if there is something that’s blocking you, then don’t hesitate to ask. And that’s what I did. I started questioning everything that I had in my mind, be it a simple thing. I made myself very clear with the dream I was aiming for. Somehow, getting all my queries answered due to DBMCI made me more attentive, and encouraged me to push myself more. Special thanks to them for this great guidance.
Lastly, I would like to advise all the aspirants who are appearing for the NEET PG 2021, that don’t be shy to ask your doubts. It helps you build confidence. Keep practising as much as you can. Make short term plans to push yourself. First, start revising the notes you’ve prepared so far. Attempt 50 to 100 MCQs daily (individual subject-wise and combination of all subjects). Take as many Grand Tests you can and start reviewing them. Don’t forget to attempt the previous year question paper as well. Give special attention to NEET 2019, 2020 papers.
Appear in the exam with a fresh mind. Avoid making silly mistakes, as I’ve done a lot in the past. I would like to enlighten you on the fact that NEET PG is not difficult if you give your best. Be through with the clinical concepts and you are good to rock any medical exam. Lastly, I would like to wish the best of luck to all the aspirants.
DBMCI feels proud of the magnificent efforts and results of its students. We wholeheartedly congratulate Dr Amartya Sengupta for scoring Rank 1 in INI-CET July 2021.