3 Long-Term Study Tips for Medical PG Preparation

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G2M High Yielding Topics for Medical PG will cover the most important, frequently repeated and the most likely topics and new advances in a series. G2M H-Y-T series offers guidance for AIPGMEE 2016, AIIMS May 2015, AIIMS Nov 2015 and DNB 2015 exams and leads to use the platinum access.

HYT 033 – Lysosome and Lysosomal storage diseases

There are 21 AIPGMEE MCQs, 22 AIIMS  and 25 DNB CET MCQs for you to revise today with the keyword ‘Lysosom’ on Platinum access.

This topic is frequently asked in biochemistry, pathology and medicine. One of the recent MCQs from AIIMS May 2015 is published below for you attention. 

We recommend that you be thorough with the G2M HYTs due to their high probability of repeats. Read the explanations well because you may find new questions from those areas in your AIIMS PG and AIPGMEE exams. 


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3 Study Tips from new research for Medical PG EntranceExam Preparation

The pressure of Medical PG Entrance exam preparation in the coming months with AIIMS, DNB, AIPGMEE 2016 and Indian State PG exams 2016 in a row is hard to ignore. The ‘how’, ‘what’ and ‘when’ question about preparation is important to tackle in the coming months to secure your chosen area of speciality. Here you have 3 important points on how best to prepare for exams from new researches on learning.


AIPGMEE preparation in intervals

Take breaks and spread out your learning

Most people dedicate a chunk of time for study and often give-up before even starting. This is a bad idea both from the perspective of procrastination and from the perspective of memory efficiency. 

It is recommended to study in intervals of 20-50minutes and take a break of 5-10 minutes. Distributing your study over a longer period is the best for long term memory. E.g. 1 slot of 40 minutes daily and 3 slots of 40 minutes over weekend for your AIPGMEE preparation is likely to retain more than 1 full-time (6 hours) Saturday reading. Points to remember: spread out reading & take intervals.


During the 50 minutes study it is best to avoid distractions even if it helps to calm you down. A good example is playing music in the background when you prepare for your AIPGMEE exam. Music is a distractor although relaxing. No music, No watching TV, No texting friends, No eating, No Facebook etc during the 50 minutes. You could do this during the 10 minute break. This gives maximum long term retention. If you have to listen to music, instrumental is the best because it doesn’t have lyrics or words. 


A leading 2013 research study on learning techniques shows that Practice Testing is many times superior to conventional highlighting, summarising and re-reading. This is highly recommended and G2M mock test series is optimised for maximum learning and retention. We recommend platinum access for your study until the end of State PG exams in March-April 2016. 

Answer the MCQs below and see the popular answers. Don’t forget to check the correct answers and explanations.

Histologic hallmark feature of "crumpled tissue paper appearance" is due to accumulation of which of the following: (AIIMS MAY 2015)
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228 Candidates

The "second wind phenomenon" experienced by patients with Mcardle's disease is due to deficiency of which of the following enzyme?
170 Candidates
4 Candidates
Lysosomal Acid Maltase Deficiency
15 Candidates
None of the above
7 Candidates

Gaucher's disease result from deficiency of which of the following enzymes?
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4 Candidates
Beta glucosidase
168 Candidates
Beta galactosidase
4 Candidates
The references for the above questions were from the following:

Q1) Doherty GM. Spleen. In: Doherty GM. eds. CURRENT Diagnosis & Treatment: Surgery, 14e.

Q2) Ropper AH, Samuels MA, Klein JP. Chapter 48. Diseases of Muscle. In: Ropper AH, Samuels MA, Klein JP. eds. Adams & Victor’s Principles of Neurology, 10e

Q3) Park AE, Targarona EM, Belyansky I. Spleen. In: Brunicardi F, Andersen DK, Billiar TR, Dunn DL, Hunter JG, Matthews JB, Pollock RE. eds. Schwartz’s Principles of Surgery, 10e.

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How to use platinum access to cover High Yielding Topic (H-Y-T) 033: Lysosomal storage diseases?

You can create a ‘MY TOPIC‘ in the study panel and name it‘Lysosomal storage diseases AIPG’ or ‘Lysosomal storage diseases AIIMS’. Use keyword search to create a HYT. Search for ‘Lysosom’ and click create test. This will be saved a HYT for your future revision too. Get platinum access instant subscribe. 

How to create HYTs on Study Panel for AIPGMEE, AIIMS PG and DNB exams?

Make sure you have selected AIIMS, AIPGMEE or DNB as package on Study Panel. 

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Step 1: On study panel click on My Topics (My Tests). 

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Step 2: Click Create New

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Step 3: Give Test Name ‘Lysosomal storage diseases AIPG’. Type under keyword filter ‘Lysosom’. You have 21 questions today on Lysosomal storage diseases for AIPGMEE alone. Do the same for AIIMS and DNB later.

Note: Keyword is Lysosom

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Step 4: Generate Exam will save your topic for future.

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This article covers how to prepare for AIIMS PG, DNB, AIPGMEE 2016 and Indian state medical PG exams 2016 with interval learning and practice tests.

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