AIIMS Vignette 50 (Part 1) : Power Mock 004

AIIMS PG Vignettes

POWER MOCK 004: AIIMS Vignette 50

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10-20% of the crucial MCQs in all medical PG exams are higher level cognitive MCQs. These MCQs assess comprehension, application and analysis along with your ability to recall and recognise. These questions are usually clinical scenarios and vignettes. Attend the Top 50 AIIMS Vignette and get on top of the high-cognitive level MCQs for Medical PG in India. 

This mock test is highly recommended for AIIMS 2016, DNB 2016 and AIPGMEE 2017.

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Note:
a) Exam starts on 12th April 2016 and ends on 14th April 2016 at midnight.
b) Answers and corrections are available only to attendees (even if you have platinum access)
c) Answers and corrections are available immediately after exam attendance.
d) Rank list is available only on 15th April 2016

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How to attempt high-cognitive level MCQs for medical PG entrance exam success?

You may be preparing for DNB CET, followed by AIIMS and AIPGMEE. It is important that you know about 2 broad types of MCQs that needs different preparation.

a) Lower-level cognitive Medical MCQs

Most MCQs are written to assess lower-level cognitive skills – basic comprehension and recall or recognition. These MCQs assess only your ability to understand the question and remember the answer. It may also assess your recognition of an image or an ECG.

Example:

Which one of the following is the drug of choice for eclampsia? 

A. Antihypertensives
B. Magnesium sulphate
C. Beta blockers
D. Clonazepam

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b) High-level cognitive Medical MCQs

10-20% of the crucial MCQs in all exams are higher level cognitive MCQs. These MCQs assess comprehension, application and analysis along with your ability to recall and recognise. These questions are usually clinical scenarios and vignettes.

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A 36-year-old non-diabetic patient presented initially to the dermatologist with multiple hemorrhagic blisters over the hands, feet, trunk and face. Over the next decade, she presented with a confusing clinical picture with multisystem involvement. Laboratory evaluation showed antinuclear antibody-negative nephrotic syndrome. The kidney biopsy showed deposits that were potassium permanganate resistant. The congo red stained biopsy is given below. What is the most likely diagnosis?

A. AA Amyloidosis
B. AL Amyloidosis
C. CML
D. Collapsing glomerulopathy

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The following aspects are important to look for in a clinical vignette:

(Patient Scenario)(Signs and Symptoms)(Additional information for differential diagnosis)(abnormal findings)(medication)(lab results)(absence, presence)(enzymes, hormones)(injury and location)(time relation)(organisms, agents)(interventions)(expected outcome)(history of past illnesses)

This list is not exclusive. There are more than 1500 High-Cognitive MCQs on Platinum Access. It is important to practice them for you DNB CET, AIIMS November and AIPGMEE 2016. If you do not have platinum access yet, join over 1000 candidates by subscribing here. Get instant platinum access here.

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Attend the Top 50 AIIMS Vignette and get on top of the high-cognitive level MCQs for Medical PG in India. More power mocks will be conducted before AIIMS PG May 2016. This mock test is highly recommended for AIIMS 2016, DNB 2016 and AIPGMEE 2017.

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