National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test for Post-Graduation (NEET PG), conducted by the National Board of Examinations (NBE) is the entrance examination for all students who desire to pursue PG after completing their MBBS. Undergoing the recent notification of the NEET PG 2021 exam that will be held in June 2021, claims the changes in this year’s NEET PG pattern that were predicted by DBMCI’s stellar faculties many moons ago.
For boosting medical PG preparations and for building blocks towards your desired dreams, you must understand the NEET PG and NEXT latest pattern and be thorough with the types of questions that students are going to encounter in their examination.
TYPES OF QUESTIONS – NEET PG 2021 AND NEXT:
1. MCQs (Multiple Choice questions) – 200 instead of 300
Earlier, NEET PG aspirants prepared themselves to attempt 300 questions in 3 hours 30 minutes. Henceforth, in NEET PG 2021 students will find 200 MCQs in their exam, which will now carry a maximum of 800 marks i.e. 4 marks for each question.
Therefore, remember to make prominent choices regarding the resources you rely on while directing your medical PG preparation. Dr. Bhatia Medical Coaching Institute (DBMCI) has upgraded all video lectures and Test Series following the latest NEET PG and NEXT pattern, so that students can feel confident and have an edge over everyone else.
2. Possibility of more Clinical Questions
There is a high probability that this year’s NEET PG exam will discover more clinical questions. Aspirants of NEET PG and NEXT are thus advised to profoundly focus and study the clinical part. A few unrivaled test series, clinical examination videos, and the latest pattern clinical questions are provided in eGurukul 2.0.
3. Practice Integrated Questions
Medicos must practice integrated questions from different subjects, including both clinical and non-clinical. Students might find such questions in their NEET PG and NEXT exam, therefore they should practice questions of such combinations during their preparation.
4. Image-Based Questions
NEET PG 2021 and NEXT preparation strategy should include practicing a variety of Image-based/ visual questions from all the clinical branches. There is an increased weightage of visual questions, thus one must thoroughly revise and prepare the image-based questions from the most pivotal clinical subjects.
All candidates must be aware that the golden tip right now is not to panic about the changes in the pattern of examination, but rather focusing on the topics and subjects to gain clear concepts and be successful in analyzing NEXT and NEET-PG patterns.
Irrespective of whatever type of questions appear in the exam, conceptual learning with best resources will help you to face the exam with confidence and will further aid you to excel in the examination thereby.