How do MBBS toppers study?
Most MBBS toppers recommend that you must be keen to learn every topic.
Make a timetable that you can actively follow in an organized and disciplined manner.
Avoid procrastination, don’t compile the max for the last. Set aside 2-3 weeks before the exam only for revision. This is only possible if there is conceptual clarity in the subject, otherwise, you will not be able to assess your knowledge enough before exams.
Practice previous years’ question papers to acquire an understanding of the kind of questions that are asked in the exams.
Conceptual clarity is best achieved when you go through clinical case discussions, MCQs, notes, IBQs, and VBQs. You can watch video lectures by eminent faculty such as Dr. Apurba Sastry, Prof. Harsh Mohan, Prof. Ramadas Nayak, Dr. Sriram Bhat, Dr. Archith Boloor, Dr. Santosh T Soans, and many more.