The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Post-Graduation is a qualifying and ranking test in India for candidates interested in doing MD, MS, or PG Diploma. This year’s NEET PG Exam is scheduled for March 5.
Let’s go into the eligibility, exam format, marking style, and other details.
- According to the Indian Medical Council Act 1956, the candidates are required to have an MBBS degree or a Provisional MBBS Pass Certificate.
- Candidates must have a permanent or provisional MCI or SMC-issued MBBS qualification registration.
- The candidates must have completed a year of internship before applying.
Application and Fees:
As per the NEET PG 2023 fee structure, the General and OBC applicants have to pay Rs. 4250 to fill the NEET PG application form, while SC/ST/PWD candidates have to pay Rs. 3250.
Test Pattern & Marks:
14 subjects are classified under 3 parts in the paper:
Part A – Pre-clinical subjects
Part B – Para-clinical subjects
Part C – Clinical subjects
- +4 marks for correct response
- -1 for incorrect response
- No marks for unattempted question
The exam will be 3.5 hours long.
The exam will be computer-based and administered at the designated locations.
Candidates will be able to download their hall tickets online from the website on 27th February, 2023. Candidates should be aware that admit cards will not be provided to those who are found ineligible before the examination.
Students will be notified through email or SMS when hall tickets become available. Candidates will not receive admit cards via email or post.
The syllabus for NEET PG 2023 is based on the MBBS program. The syllabus covers essential themes from Section A (clinical), Section B (pre-clinical), and Section C (para-clinical) subjects in the three sections of the examination paper. Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology, Forensic Medicine, and Social and Preventive Medicine are among the subjects covered in these three divisions. According to the NEET PG 2023 Exam Pattern, the paper will feature 200 questions against a maximum score of 800.
How to prepare for NEET PG 2023?
It’s time for you to make the most of the preparation period. Revise as much as you can. Whatever you’ve studied to date, it’s now time to test yourself and prepare for the bigger one. Always keep in mind that your perspective defines your reality.
Here are the 7 Tips to crack NEET PG 2023:
- Create and Stick by a Plan: Make a plan for the next day before you go to bed and stick to it no matter what. Wake up and stick to your plan so you’re prepared and don’t waste time deciding what to study.
- Prioritize the subjects where you need conceptual clarity: Focus on conceptual clarity with the help of trusted content only. Finding the right content can be a hassle so choose DigiNerve, an app by Jaypee Brothers who have published most of your textbooks. This online app provides video lectures by India’s top faculty which include your textbook authors.
- Revision and MCQs: The more you revise, the better; devote the first two months to clarifying concepts of the topics you’re having trouble with, and the last month to solving MCQs.
- Question papers from previous years: This will assist you in comprehending the NEET PG Exam structure and identifying essential topics that may appear in the exam.
- Notes: You probably have read everything, and you have the knowledge so now the only thing left is to go through your notes, it will help you recall important points.
- ITD method: Memorize with the help of the ITD Method- Importance of the topic, Time consumption, and Detailing.
- Enroll for Mock Tests: Attending mock tests will help you assess your knowledge. This will help you know the subjects where you need clarity. On its official website, the NBE publishes practice tests. One of the most important components of the exam preparation approach is the mock test. You must conduct mock tests after concluding their revision to assess their preparation. You will get to learn what else has to be done to increase a particular topic’s score. To access the sample test, you must first log in to the NBE’s official website. Before beginning the online mock test, candidates should carefully read all of the instructions. Recalibrate your strategy by taking a mock test and weighing your results.
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- When will NEET PG be in 2023?
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test-Postgraduate (NEET PG 2023) will now be held on March 5, 2023.
- Is PG necessary after MBBS?
For doctors to be successful in their specialties, they must have a postgraduate degree in medicine.
- How do I pay the fees for NEET PG 2023?
Fees can be paid using a debit/credit card or a net banking service. Candidates should print the confirmation page after successfully paying the application fees.