Postponed: Adapt your Study to AIPGMEE 2016 Results
AIPGMEE 2016 results have been postponed to 10th Feb 2016 due to the Chennai floods. The NBE has announced that AIPGMEE 2016 was conducted at 74 test centres across the country from 2nd – 8th December 2015. Due to inclement weather conditions and floods in Chennai and surrounding areas the conduct of AIPGMEE for Chennai test centres was deferred. “Accordingly a total of 6614 aspirant candidates of AIPGMEE 2016 were impacted and their AIPGMEE was rescheduled. The same has been conducted successfully on 11th January 2016 Accordingly, the revised date for declaration of results for AIPGMEE 2016 is 10th February 2016“, the National Board of Examinations reports.
Are your State PG Study plans upset with postponed AIPGMEE 2016 Results?
Even after good planning for your state medical PG study after the AIPGMEE exams it is possible that things doesn’t go that way you expect it to. Who would have thought about unfortunate floods in Chennai? There are candidates who wanted to plan their state medical PG preparation after the AIPGMEE results, not always a good strategy. For some others this is an opportunity.
Here are 5 things to do when your medical PG study plans are upset following postponed AIPGMEE 2016 results:
1) Step back and think: Do not jump into a worried mode. Get back to the drawing board and start planning from now!
2) Do things differently: If you have been doing the same thing for months for your AIPGMEE 2016, you would experience ‘routine fatigue’. Why not try a new spot to study for your state medical PG? Some alternate study spots could he just changing the room. Studies show that this helps retention. Try alternating studying in a library, study room or even in a quiet coffee house! This helps to prove yourself that you can cope with the changes by changing yourself.
3) Eat Differently: Why not try high-carb, high-fiber, slow-digesting foods for breakfast. Try almonds, fruits and yoghurt as good choices.
4) Avoid fatiguing: All-nighters and worrying is a very bad idea. It can only impair your working memory and reasoning.
5) MAXIMISE practice testing: Practice testing is consistently reported as the best strategy in such situations. This provides consolidation, summation and revision. Practice mock tests covers a large volume of information. All that is needed is patience and perseverance. It is not as easy as a book on the lap in a cosy chair!