AIPGMEE 2016 – The big win strategies
How to be consistent in your AIPGMEE exam preparation? The triad of Selection, Planning & Learning for AIPGMEE 2016.
The three things that brings success to most candidates in AIPGMEE exam is a triad of selection, planning and learning. It is a triad because all the three limbs are equally important.
A good selection of topics, effective time management and actual learning itself are all key in AIPGMEE exam success. It is important to know which topics to cover in the first instance. There is a hierarchy for selection that toppers follow. The most common and repeated topics should be covered before any new areas are explored. Most people try and grab new topics when their basics are weak. This is a fatal mistake, particularly for AIPGMEE exam and DNB where exams are CBT or computer based and there is item response evaluation.
The biggest drawback is that from a vast ocean of topics it is hard to find which new questions that are likely to appear for AIPGMEE. On the other hand when you get the most common question wrong, it puts you behind some 5000 people!
Planning and time management is very personal and cannot be generalised. It varies with the situation of the graduate, repeater or intern preparing for AIPGME exam. Finally, the hardest bit – Learning. It takes effort and consistency in sticking to your objective for effective AIPGMEE preparation.
In this article I bring some key selection from AIPGMEE. It is unlikely that this topic will be omited for AIPGMEE 2016 – Acute & Chronic Appendicitis.
Most commonly asked 6 signs of Appendicitis – MCQS of AIPGME Exams
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All are important CT findings in the setting of acute appendicitis, EXCEPT:
A. Appendiceal diameter larger than 11mm
B. Periappendiceal fat inflammation
C. Fluid in the right lower quadrant
D. Failure of contrast dye to fill the appendix.
High-Yielding topics should be on the top of your selection and it is wise to move laterally gradually. There is no easy way to success. But there are definitely ways to make the journey easier.
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