Kerala PG Medical Entrance Exam 2016 : Call & Tips

Kerala PGME 2016 exam date is announced to take place on 3rd of January 2016. There are no major changes to the exam. The details are as follows:

  • Kerala Post Graduate Entrance Exam Date: 03.01.2016 (Sunday)
    Kerala PG Medical 2016 is divided into two papers. Paper 1 will consist of Pre-Clinical and Para-Clinical questions and Paper 2 will consist of Clinical subjects.
  • Each question in Kerala PGMEE will consist of 4 (four) marks, Negative marking will be adopted for incorrect responses. 1 mark will be deducted for each incorrect responses in KPGMEE.
  • KPGMEE Subject Weightage: Click Here

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Tips for your Kerala Medical PG Preparation 2016

  1. Start focused preparation for Kerala Medical PG Entrance Exam at least 60 days prior to exam date
  2. Do KPGMEE mock tests and rigorous preparation in the final 30 days. See Mock Test Schedule Here 
  3. Do not ignore Skin, Anaesthesia, Psychiatry and Radiology
  4. If you want your desired clinical speciality, being cautions doesn’t help. Attempt as much MCQS as you can. Use the 2 round approach for improved results. 
  5. Be aware of the negative marks for Kerala Medical PG Exam. Use strategies to get the best out of it. Read More
  6. Set aside 60% of the Kerala PGMEE preparation time for pre-clinical and para-clinical subjects. Paper 1 could determine your success!
  7. Combine your Kerala PGMEE study with AIIMS PG, DNB & AIPGMEE for best results. It is not a good idea to prepare for only one exam. This might seem like focused but it rarely bring desired results in Kerala PGMEE.

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HYT 047 – Brachial plexus

There are 32 AIPGMEE MCQs, 18 AIIMS  and 15 DNB CET MCQs for you to revise today with the keyword ‘Brachial plexus ‘ on Platinum access.

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. 

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

ALL of the following are branches of posterior cord of brachial plexus, EXCEPT:
Upper subscapular nerve
10 Candidates
Lateral pectoral nerve
138 Candidates
Thoracodorsal nerve
29 Candidates
Lower subscapular nerve
7 Candidates
Which of the following muscle is innervated by thoracodorsal nerve?
Teres major
6 Candidates
2 Candidates
3 Candidates
Latissimus dorsi
142 Candidates
Which of the following nerve originate from the superior trunk of brachial plexus?
Subscapular nerve
4 Candidates
Nerve to subclavius
63 Candidates
Both of the above
83 Candidates
None of the above
2 Candidates

The references for the above questions were from the following:

Q1) Chapter 29. Overview of the Upper Limb. In: Morton DA, Foreman K, Albertine KH. eds. The Big Picture: Gross Anatomy.

Q2) Amato AA, Barohn RJ. Peripheral Neuropathy. In: Kasper D, Fauci A, Hauser S, Longo D, Jameson J, Loscalzo J. eds. Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine, 19e.

Q3) Ropper AH, Samuels MA, Klein JP. Chapter 46. Diseases of the Peripheral Nerves. In: Ropper AH, Samuels MA, Klein JP. eds. Adams & Victor’s Principles of Neurology, 10e

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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, DNB 2015 exams and State Medical PG Exams 2016 with leads on how to use the platinum access.

How to use platinum access to cover High Yielding Topic (H-Y-T) 047: Brachial plexus?

You can create a ‘MY TOPIC‘ in the study panel and name it ‘Brachial plexus AIPG’ or ‘Brachial plexus AIIMS’. Use keyword search to create a HYT. Search for ‘Brachial plexus ’ 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 ‘Brachial plexus AIPG’. Type under keyword filter ‘Brachial plexus’. You have 32 questions today on Brachial plexus for AIPGMEE alone. Do the same for AIIMS and DNB later.

Note: Keyword is Brachial plexus



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


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This article is about Kerala medical PG entrance preparation with tips for success in 2016 exam. 

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