Speed Medical Centre is a best Coaching centre in India for Medical PG Entrance Exam aspirants. Their best training has resulted in providing toppers in Medical PG Entrance Exams conducted by AIPG, AIIMS, PGI, DNB, JIPMER, APPG, TNPG, WBPG, SVIMS, NIMHANS. Here are the list of toppers produced by Speed Medical Centre.
Thanks to Speed faculties who made our job easier to thrive during the preparations. There is hardly eight to nine months for AIPGE. Plan your days accordingly so that you complete all the subjects two months prior to your exams. Have seven to ten days for the major subjects. and two to three days for each of the short subjects. I preferred to read MCQ based theory rather than reading a book all through the day. Along with the past questions read speed materials which will be a blend of past and expected new questions. Read the topics that has been covered in the Speed class and take all the TPT carefully. All these mock test is to make you recall your memory and to predict your guessing sense. Analyse your mark in each TPT and find out whether your guesses have come out good..! So that you will be clear in guessing in the final exams. Remember that even the toppers are not always confident with their answers. Its only the commonsense that gives way finally. In the last two months take out the Asish and Mudit books plan. All the fifteen year papers for rest of the days. Have xerox copies of the OMR answer sheets and try with that. This will help to avoid blunder mistakes that come up with shading.
Time planning is important but don't pressure yourself with others reading 18+ hrs or so. It's not the time that all matters but it's your quality of reading. Sleep for 6 hrs. and have break in between. Before you go to bed recall or discuss all the topics that you have read that day. It helps in two ways. One you will assess how much you remember and other one is you have a confidence that you have not wasted the day and read usefully. Sleep with a sense of satisfaction and start the next day with more joy. Take notes about the facts which you feel you are not sure to remember. Have that notes with you during your travel to the exam. Finally it's on the day of the exam is the matter. Have a clear mind which is ready to analyse the questions. With eight months preparation it's easy to rule out two of the options. You will get stuck up with any two. That the problem with everyone. Take risk and guess with presence of mind. And try all the question. There is no point in leaving out any as I did with my NOV AIIMS paper. It's for sure that you will be in the top list if you attempt all or atmost 295 and avoid blunder mistakes in shading..
First of all, I would like to thank the faculty of Speed for all their guidance in helping me to prepare for the PG Entrance Examinations.
After I completed my MBBS, I first took the USMLE exams. Even though I got good scores, I could not get into the course I wanted. So I felt that it would be better to first apply for a PG Degree in India.
After I started attending the course, I realized that many students were going through the same thing that I was, and collectively were all in the same situation. The fact that there were so many students attending the course made it competitive and it really helped increase the pace of studying. But even with all this, I had my doubts. With thousands of students appearing for these exams, what were the chances of getting a good rank? But there were many people around me, both at home and outside, who advised me to continue studying as best as I could and they told me that the results would follow. But I still had my doubts. Eventually, they were right. No matter how great the odds, hard work will always be rewarded. The only thing is we have to be patient and diligent.
There are different ways to prepare for entrance exams. Some prefer to solve question banks and concentrate mainly on repeated topics, while others prefer to read all text books right from the beginning. I followed the latter method. Feeling the need to brush up on all subjects, I read all text books as much as I could and followed up with MCQs. Speed has an excellent set of MCQs, both from previous papers as well as fresh questions, to keep up with the trend being followed by examinations which are increasingly asking new questions. It was that system that really helped me in AI 2009, where many questions were new. At the same time, it is also important to make sure that you do not miss any repeat questions as it is a sure way of scoring marks. This is an exam where all questions, no matter how easy or tough, carry equal importance.
Though it is important to get a good rank in PG entrance exams to proceed further in your careers, you should never forget that you are already some of the best students in the country to have come this far. After all, these exams do not reflect your overall knowledge or clinical skills. They only show how well you can handle MCQs in a fixed duration of time. So, do not get disheartened if you fail to make it to a good rank but keep up the pace and try to do your best in every exam. Just remember that there is a PG seat waiting for everyone who has the determination to go and get it.
I must thank the almighty for having me blessed with this opportunity to share my pleasure with you all. I also thank my parents, teachers in Speed and friends for their moral support.
Its really challenging! Its not enough if you are just hardworking or just sincere. Bits and pieces of everything contribute to you success. What has to be done leisurely, is expected out of us, to be done in a short time, which exerts tremendous pressure. We just have to find out the factors which relieve the pressure and get ourselves propelled!!
‘SPEED’ – the team shares the major contribution in simplifying the task. The materials, especially Biochem/HBT/NBT/RBT/Ophthal make us feel lighter and builds the confidence greatly. Studying the textbooks can never be substituted, but it has to be done smartly. Finally, the opportunity is given equally to each and every one of us, to be in the top list of any exam we want to achieve! Its up to us to make the best use of it! Depressive episodes are Physiological during this period and short duration of these episodes suggest very good prognosis!! Keep up the spirit! Keep going!
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