Best Books for NEET PG Preparation

NEET PG exams are updated now. There is a radical change in NEET PG Examinations. Emphasis is on Clinical cases, Concept based questions, Image Based  Questions, Problem-based  learning  and students need to have brainstorming and in depth self-study models to have a good merit.
There is growing competition in NEET PG as well as Fmge Examinations.
What is needed is a dedicated effort from students.

Our Experts suggest that


  • Students should Focus on In-depth reading and not only superficial reading
  • Avoid Social media channels not to get distracted by Promotions and lucrative offers.
  • Take active part in ward rounds in hospitals with proper PPE Protection
  • Learn  all practical and clinical skills
  • Read about instruments used in surgery, anesthesia, ENT, Orthopedics,
  • Focus on Clinical and image based questions
  • Use latest and standard Online Resources for Examination Preparation
  • Take help of Standard Texts.

As far as Books are concerned, there are too many books in the market. There is need for being selective as far as need for preparing Exams is concerned. Sometimes it is important to take help of library as students can’t afford all books. You can read high yield and most important topics from the standard books and there is no alternative. Even Most Mcq books in market are mainly taken references from Standard text books. Better to go to the Source rather than Superficial Learning. That will help students a long way.
Any two individuals would differ as far as books are concerned. Below is the list of most important, standard and Trusted Sources.

Text Books  for NEET PG . Gold Standard

  • Gray’s Anatomy .
  • BD Chaurasia Anatomy
  • Lasts anatomy
  • Clinical Anatomy for Medical students. Richard Snell
  • Grants Anatomy.
  • DiFores Histology Atlas
  • Langmans Embryology
  • Functional Histology. Wheater’s
  • Guyton Physiology
  • Review of Medical Physiology. William F Ganong
  • Review of Biochemistry Harper
  • Basic Pathology by Cotran, Kumar and Robbins
  • Text book of Pathology. Rubin and Farber
  • Medical Microbiology and Immunology by Warren .Levinson &  Ernest Jawetz
  • General & Systemic Pathology by Underwood
  • Basic & Clinical Pharmacology
  • Goodman Gillman Pharmacology.
  • Katzung Pharmacology.
  • KD Tripathi Pharmacology
  • Harrison Medicine
  • Davidsons Medicine
  • Philip Kalra Medicine
  • Williams Obs / Gynaecology
  • Dutta Obs Gynaecology
  • Parikh Forensic Medicine
  • SPM Park
  • Roxburg Dermatology
  • Millers Anesthesia
  • Surgery Bailey
  • Sabiston Surgery
  • Logan Turner ENT
  • Maqbool ENT
  • Dhingra ENT

Examples of Types of Questions Asked Lately in NEET PG. Mostly Clinical Based 

A   20 year old   presents to medical unit complaining of frequent headaches muscle weakness and fatigue. He also describes periodic numbness of his extremities. The symptoms started 5 months ago and have gradually progressed. His past medical history is insignificant He is not taking any medication, His blood pressure is 170/100 mm Hg and heart rate is 82/mm. His physical examination is within normal limits. Which of the following laboratory findings is the most specific for the patient’s condition?

  1. Metabolic alkalosis
  2. Low serum potassium level
  3. low plasma renin activity
  4. High serum sodium level

A 45 year old diabetic patient has immunosuppressed with uncontrolled diabetes mellitus. The lesions are locally destructive and have eroded   into the eye, palate, and central nervous system,often from an initial site in the sinuses. The organism can be difficult to culture. The appropriate   treatment is:

  1. is intravenous amphotericin  only
  2. surgical debridement only
  3. watchful observation
  4. is intravenous amphotericin  but surgical debridement should also be strongly considered

A post dental extraction patient presents with swelling in posterior   one third of the sternocleidomastoid pushes medially. Most likely diagnosis is

  1. Peritonsillar abscess
  2. Parapharyngeal abscess
  3. Retropharngeal abscess
  4. Cold abscess                                                                                      


A child with a small head, minor anomalies of the face including a thin upper lip, growth delay, and developmental disability can have all of the following except:          

  1. A chromosomal syndrome
  2. A teratogenic syndrome
  3.  A mendelian syndrome
  4. A polygenic syndrome

The CT scan Image Most Likely Represents

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The CT scan Image Most Likely Represents: 

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This can give the students an idea of how to prepare and the Types of Questions asked in the NEET PG Examinations. Usually FMGE tends to be easier than       g
NEET  .The best way is to be ahead of what examiners have in mind and there is no alternative to Best courses.

There is no  alternative to  Standard Text Books.