NEET PG

NEET PG Examinations: Common Perspective

 

NEET PG Exams are not very difficult to Crack. There are lakhs of students who appear for NEET PG Exams and at the time of Results and NEET, PG Counseling finds that they have fallen short. NBE conducts NEET-PG in a well-defined format. The registration for NEET PG students is notified under the NEET PG Registration section.

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The NEET PG Official website gives updates on NEET PG News and seats wise allotment as well as NEET PG Scorecards and NEET  PG cut off is well defined. Most students get through Neet Pg registration but few get their NEET PG registration forms to resubmit as a result of their fault. While filling in NEET PG forms be sure that you fill them nicely.

 

NEET PG Eligibility

The NEET PG Aspirant must be an MBBS Graduate and completed internship from an MCI recognized Institute. For FMGE Candidates MCI Examination pass is a prerequisite.

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Neet PG Question Papers

Three hours thirty minutes Question Paper in the form of Computer Based Test is the Latest Modality of Assessing a NEET Candidate for Pg. Single Day Single session Question Paper is presented to a Student. Negative marking is there. So one has to Be Cautious about Answering as Negative Marking can drag one down. There will be a total of 300 Questions and 1200  marks are maximum.

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NEET PG Marks Distribution

The NEET PG Subjects are Major and Minor. Anatomy, Surgery, Medicine, SPM, Pathology, Gynae Obstetrics are major subjects. Minor Subjects are Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, Physiology, Biochemistry, Radiology, and Dermatology. The bulk of Questions comes from Major Subjects. One should not underestimate minor subjects.

Question Paper has 3 Parts

  • Part A) Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry
  • Part B) SPM, Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology, and Forensic Medicine
  • Part C) Medicine, Surgery, Gynae Obstetrics Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, Physiology, Biochemistry, Radiology, and Dermatology

Approximate Marks Distribution

Anatomy 15-25 Questions
Biochemistry 10-15 Questions
Pharmacology 10-15 Questions
Pathology 15-25 Questions
SPM 15-25 Questions
Forensic Medicine 7-15 Questions
Physiology 10-15 Questions
Microbiology 10-15 Questions
Medicine 15-25 Questions
Dermatology 15-25 Questions
Radiology 15-25 Questions
Orthopedics 15-25 Questions
Pediatrics 15-25 Questions
Anesthesiology 5-15 Questions
ENT 5-15 Questions
Obs Gynecology 15-25 Questions
Psychiatry 10-15 Questions

Marking of NEET Examinations

  • One correct answer – 4 mark
  • One incorrect answer – 1 mark deducted
  • No answer – Zero

How to Prepare NEET PG

There are Online Courses as well as Books. The Best courses provide Best Content. The Main Books are the Standard Text Books which have no Alternative. Students need not get confused with so many Books in the Market.

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Standard Text Books are the Backbone. Our Experts Recommend

  • BD Chaurasia
  • Ganong
  • Robbins
  • Cecil
  • Harrisons Medicine
  • Davidsons Medicine
  • Inderbir Singh Embryology
  • Inderbir Singh Histology
  • Snells NeuroAnatomy
  • Tripathi Pharmacology
  • Park Spm
  • Parikh Forensic Medicine
  • Das Surgery
  • Bailey Surgery
  • Platinum Notes
  • Kumar Kotran Medicine
  • Image-Based Netters Atlas
  • Di Fores Atlas

What is Good rank in NEET PG

Rank Predictors are there. Good Rank Simply Means Getting Most Questions Correct and Not Marking Incorrect. There are many NEET PG Medical Colleges in India offering NEET Postgraduate.

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Top Students want Branches of Their Choice and Institutions of their choice. So they would Prefer the Following Institutions.

  • AIIMS Delhi
  • AIIMS Rishikesh
  • PGIMER
  • JIPMER
  • RMNL
  • Aligarh Muslim University
  • GMC Amritsar
  • GMC Patiala
  • Lady Harding Medical College
  • Sri Ganga  Ram  Hospital
  • Maulana Azad medical college
  • Grant medical college
  • AFMC Pune
  • Christian medical colleges
  • Katurba medical college

NEET PG Sample Questions Anatomy

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A 26-year-old pregnant Patient developed intense pain and paresthesia in the distribution of the median nerve in her right hand. The next morning she was unable to perform her typing job. Tinels test was reported positive. The most likely cause is

  1. Wrist drop
  2. Tenosynovitis
  3. Carpal tunnel syndrome
  4. Volkman's Contracture

The “ Beta ” cells secreting Insulin are seen in

  1.  Liver
  2. Intestine
  3. Pancreas
  4. Pituitary

Histologically the Herrings Bodies are seen in

  1.  Liver
  2. Intestine
  3. Pancreas
  4. Pituitary

Columns of Bertini are seen in the section of which Structure

  1. Suprarenals
  2. Thymus
  3. Kidney
  4. Palatine tonsil

A Child suffered an injury after birth which was caused by forceful upward traction of arm causing injury to lower trunk of brachial plexus causing claw hand deformity. Most likely Cause is:

  1. Bells Palsy
  2. Klumpkes Palsy
  3. Pulled Elbow
  4. Saturday night palsy

An elderly alcoholic after a heavy bout of drinking fell asleep with his arm hanging over the back of the chair. When he woke up in the morning he could not extend his wrist. Most likely Cause is:

  1. Monday chest Palsy
  2. Klumpkes Palsy
  3. Saturday night palsy
  4. Winging Scapula

A Surgeon would be correct to say that Radial nerve

  1. is a branch of lateral cord of Brachial Plexus.
  2. It is commonly injured in injury to  lower part of the humerus
  3. It is injured in intramuscular injections in the arm.
  4. Supplies Trapezius  muscle

NEET PG Sample Questions Physiology 

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Which is true about Insulin

  1. Insulin causes  Increased glucose entry into adipose tissue and muscle
  2. Insulin decreases  glucose metabolism in adipose tissue, muscle, and liver
  3. Insulin decreases amino acid entry into muscle
  4. Insulin increases lipolysis and fatty acid release in adipose tissue

Not A true Statement about  Epinephrine is

  1. Epinephrine  is secreted by the Renal medulla
  2. Epinephrine is a catecholamine
  3. Epinephrine elevates blood glucose
  4. Epinephrine elevates fatty acids 

True about the Physiology of Menstruation is that In the luteal phase, LH stimulates the Luteal cells to

  1. Secrete progesterone-only
  2. Secrete estrogen only.
  3. Secrete progesterone as well as estrogen.
  4. Inhibit progesterone as well as estrogen.

Gastric acid secretion occurs via a Hydrogen Potassium –ATPase pump. Incorrect statement about this pump is that

  1. It is Inhibited by the duodenal overload
  2. It is Inhibited by Low stomach pH
  3. It is Inhibited by acetylcholine
  4. None of the Above

True about the Physiology of Menstruation is that In the luteal phase, LH stimulates the Luteal cells to

  1. Inhibit progesterone as well as estrogen.
  2. Secrete estrogen only.
  3. Secrete progesterone as well as estrogen.
  4. Secrete progesterone-only

NEET PG Sample Questions Biochemistry 

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Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays are Nowadays used to detect :

  1. Specific proteins.
  2. Specific genes
  3. Specific carbohydrates
  4. Specific fats

Zinc is Cofactor for all the enzymes, except:

  1. Carbonic anhydrase
  2. DNA Polymerase
  3. Alcohol dehydrogenase
  4. Aldehyde dehydrogenase

RBC Transketolase activity is estimated to detect:

  1. Pyridoxal phosphate deficiency
  2. Thymine deficiency
  3. Vitamin C deficiency
  4. None

Sigma subunit of RNA polymerase can perform the following function:

  1. 5’→3’ exonuclease activity
  2. Phosphodiesterase activity
  3. RNA polymerase activity
  4. Ability to identify the promoter region of double-helix DNA

NEET PG Sample Questions Medicine

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Sensation lost first in syringomyelia is:           

  1. Pain & temperature
  2. Position
  3. Touch
  4. Vibration

All of the following are endocrine manifestations of renal cell carcinoma except:         

  1. Cushing’s syndrome
  2. Gynecomastia
  3. Peptic ulcer
  4. Renin induced hypertension

In Which type of renal tubular acidosis hyperkalemia is a prominent feature:        

  1. Type I
  2. Type II
  3. Type III
  4. Type IV

In Fanconi syndrome failure of tubular reabsorption leads to excessive excertion of except:         

  1. Glucose
  2. Phosphate
  3. Amino acid
  4. Uric acid

An acute attack of gout may be precipitated by all except:          

  1. Dietary excess
  2. Alcoholic binge
  3. Local trauma
  4. Use of nitrates for angina

Pseudomembranous colitis is caused by:       

  1. C1. perfringens
  2. C1. welchii
  3. Pseudomonas
  4. C1. Difficile

A patient with cyanosis shows normal arterial pO2. The diagnosis is:     

  1. Anemic hypoxia
  2. Stagnant hypoxia
  3. Histotoxic hypoxia
  4. Hypoxic hypoxia

NEET PG Sample Questions Surgery

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Surgically the Gastrinoma Triangle include all EXCEPT:

  1. Junction of the cystic duct and common bile duct
  2. Junction of the   second and third parts of the duodenum
  3. Junction of first and second parts of Duodenum
  4. Junction of the neck and body of the pancreas

As per Latest Surgical Criterion, When   the wound is closed  before the appearance of granulation tissue, it is called as:

  1. Closure by primary suturing
  2. Closure by  delayed primary suturing
  3. Closure by secondary suturing
  4. Closure by tertiary suturing

Achalasia cardia is characterized by all features EXCEPT:

  1. Bird’s beak deformity on barium swallow
  2. Megaesophagus on endoscopy
  3. Heller’s cardiomyotomy is one of the surgical options
  4. Presence of a large gastric bubble

Tumor Lysis  Syndrome  is associated with all of the following  Features  EXCEPT:

  1. Hypercalcemia
  2. Hyperkalemia
  3. Hyperuricemia
  4. Hyperphosphatemia

Shock is a Common Surgical Entity. The Statement that is true for shock is

  1. There is a reduction of the intravascular compartment in all.
  2. There is inadequate delivery of oxygen and substrate to the cells
  3. There is septic focus somewhere
  4. Shock is mostly neurogenic

NEET PG Sample Questions Dermatology

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Which statement about Hidradenitis suppurativa is not correct:

  1. It is a disease of apocrine gland follicles.
  2. The axillae and the perineal region are commonly involved.
  3. Usually begins after puberty

The Correct Statement about Mongolian Spot  is:

  1. They present  Non pigmented areas.
  2. They present at old age usually
  3. They are  always present in Downs Syndrome children 
  4. The patches are usually rounded or oval

The Correct Statement about Mongolian Spot  is:

  1. The patches are usually rounded or oval
  2. They  never disappear
  3. They are  always present in Downs Syndrome children 
  4. They present as non pigmented areas.

A 77-year-old male has a non-healing ulcer in his face which developed after a burn scar five years ago. Biopsy indicates that it has developed malignancy. The most likely cause is:

  1. Squamous cell cancer
  2. Malignant melanoma
  3. Keratoacanthoma
  4. Basal cell carcinoma

 

Students are advised not to Waste Much Time with Particular Single Subject. A combination of One Pre clinical and One Clinical Subject is Important. Timely Preparation is Important A student should Prepare well in Advance Student should Make use of Notes Online Courses like Ours are very helpful.

 

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