ADrPlexus Institute – Know Us Better

ADrPlexus Institute – Know Us Better

About the Institute

ADrPlexus started its journey as a medical coaching center but was reborn in 2016 as ADrPlexus Medical Services Private Limited to offer coaching services for India’s postgraduate medical entrance exams.

Today, we are known for our competitive environment, innovative and scientifically developed teaching methodologies, high-profile faculties, the latest knowledge pool, and comprehensive study materials matching the highest standards with regular upgradation.

We were India’s first institute to introduce genuine PGI-based mock exams pan-India and one of the nation’s few coaching institutes to possess and utilize the advanced OMR analysis technology.

Our History

In 2008, Dr. Arunkumar D established ADrPlexus Medical Coaching Centre in the form of a proprietorship firm. In 2009, Prof Dr. Arivuselvam conducted the institute’s first individual class in anatomy. The same year, we launched India’s first OMR-based PGI mock exam in Chennai, Thrissur, Kottayam, and Madurai.

Between 2009 and 2010, we launched unique target courses for central institutes like AIIIMS, NIMHANS, JIPMER, and PGIMER. 2010 also saw the launch of our 6-month regular/foundation courses for AIPGMEE (NEET-PG at present).

Our first computer-based testing center in Chennai was established in 2013, followed by another in Hyderabad in 2015. We entered into a joint venture with Digital Strides Private Limited in 2014.

2020 was an eventful year for us. Despite the world reeling under the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, we ensured our young medics stayed on track with their studies and preparation. Our ADrPlexus Medical Learning App (android and iOS versions) and Target Next-PG courses were launched this year.

In 2021, our interactive live medical lectures on Zoom crossed 20 million watch minutes, which stands testimony to their effectiveness and popularity.

Our Courses

Smart 1st Year MBBS Program

  • Online live interactive session with 100 hours of Zoom lectures covering first-year subjects of Anatomy, Biochemistry, and Physiology
  • 150 hours of recorded videos (over a 6-month period, including recorded versions of aforesaid live lectures plus 50 additional high-yielding videos of important topics) covering 3 first-year subjects
  • Extremely innovative workbooks (with NMC competency codes) for 3 subjects
  • ADrPlexus App (valid till March 2023) that can help access e-book PDFs free of cost
  • High-yield question banks
  • Live leaderboard quiz training with 750+ MCQ’s and instantaneous leaderboard results

Rapid Response Program (for November INI-CET & Final NEET-PG in 2023)

  • 60 sets of mock exams with 1800 MCQ’s
  • 3 mock INI-CET test series
  • 6 NEET-PG 2022 real grand mock exams 
  • Assessment via real-time leaderboard quiz and results
  • Subject-wise tests and discussions for 19 subjects (about 250 hours) in live interactive online and recorded formats

ADrPlexus TARGET NExT-PG (to target Next PG/INI – CET & NEET-PG exams)

  • Available in 3 formats covering 12 months – face to face, online live, and recorded lectures
  • Prominent features include NMC-CBME-based integrated teaching, workbook-based lectures, real-time leaderboard assessment, high-yielding question banks, and proper microplanning

NEET-SS Crash Courses

  • Nelson Rapido – Pediatrics SS Crash Course (a set of 5 mock tests to get you exam-ready)
  • Neonatology and Basic Ventilation Crash Course (a set of 6 mock tests to get you exam-ready)
  • Onco Rapido- Pediatric Oncology Crash Course (an 8-session pediatric oncology crash course for last-minute revision)
Clear Your Medical Entrance Confidently With The Best MBBS Programs

Clear Your Medical Entrance Confidently With The Best MBBS Programs

It has been seen that every year, admission to medical colleges is getting tough. The competition level is also increasing among the students as well as different medical universities. That’s why medical colleges and universities keep changing their guidelines hence making the journey of admission seekers more challenging. Students need motivation and inspiration, and most importantly, they need a good medical coaching centre and a professional MBBS program, for example, Smart 1st Year MBBS Program offered by ADrPlexus.

The Best Way To Crack Your Medical Entrance

As per the experts, one of the best ways to crack the medical entrance exam is by joining the best coaching institute and actively enrolling on their coaching programs. Such programs are designed to make the learning process easier for them, and students feel more motivated to learn. So, if you are worried about your medical entrance exam and want to perform better than other students, don’t think much and go for ADrPlexus Smart MBBS Program.

When you join the best coaching institute like ADrPlexus, you will get the best coaching for medical entrance exams by highly skilled and experienced teachers. The coaching centres offer top-notch training so that students will be more confident and boosted before entering the examination hall. You will be able to understand your current skills and educational requirements and perform well.

ADrPlexus also offer different programs so that you can focus on certain subjects along with different online programs. For instance, the Smart 1st Year MBBS Program. This program covers three important subjects, such as Biochemistry, Anatomy, and Physiology. Some impressive features of the program are:

  • The coaching program can be easily accessed by an app.
  • Comes with a short duration, like six months and 150 hours of recorded videos based on all the major subjects.
  • You will get detailed workbooks for subjects like physiology, anatomy and biochemistry.
  • All the NMC competence codes will be incorporated into the workbooks.
  • You can access the workbooks online for free.

Benefits of Joining ADrPlexus Programs

ADrPlexus have started offering online medical programs so that remote students can also take advantage of the new programs. Students can choose the subject as per their requirements. Mock tests are conducted on a monthly basis and minor mock tests on a weekly basis . Some major benefits that one will enjoy are:

  • Dedicated as well as enhanced preparation for entrance exams.
  • High yield question bank to solve MCQs.
  • Analyze your strengths as well as weakness on the basis of test results.
  • Boost confidence and understanding of exam patterns.

You will get a range of career development and learning resources to learn better. So, don’t think much and join the best MBBS program from ADrPlexus now. Click below link to fill the registration form.
SMART 1st Year MBBS Program – Registration Form

National Exit Test- A new Milestone In Medical Education

National Exit Test- A new Milestone In Medical Education

Recently three MBBS students have filed a plea seeking a reduction in the cut-off percentile ascertained by the Medical Council of India to get a seat in medical colleges after clearing the NEET-PG examination. However, the Delhi High Court has informed that they can’t interfere with the cut-off percentile set by the concerned authority as the government is in the process of introducing the NEXT exam. Wondering what is NEXT and its importance? Well, keep reading to explore more about this.

In the year 2019, the Government of India passed the NMC Bill 2019, National Medical Commission Bill. After that, the medical practices, as well as education, witnessed a complete overhaul. Among the changes that have been suggested under the NMC Bill, all the medical students will now be required to take the MBBS exit or NEXT- National Exit Test.

What Do You Mean By NEXT?

After the introduction of the new draft, in the country, there will be just one examination for Foreign medical graduates as well as Indian medical graduates. As per the report, NEXT will replace the NEET PG and FMGE exams as they will be considered the qualifying or final exams for all MBBS students. Besides, NEXT will be a gateway to PG and a licensing test for medical students who are interested in practicing medicine in the country.

Which Batch Will Have To Take The NEXT Exam?

Well, as per the reports, NEXT is just one type of exam for final year MBBS students. If you go through section 49, you can find that there will be no changes in the study pattern for getting a medical degree from universities or institutes. The amendment shows that MBBS students who have beenadmitted in 2020 will have to take the NEXT exam in 2023. If you are one of them, then you should start preparing for this exam now. Well, there is no such restriction related to NEXT attempts. You can appear for NEXT multiple times. However, you will have to undergo the internship.

Some Advantages of NEXT

With the introduction of the NMC, there will be some advantages and disadvantages of the steps. One of the primary aims of the NMC Bill is to enhance the functions and effectively regulate the country’s medical industry. However, here are some benefits of NEXT that you should know about.

  • More Qualified MBBS Students

Due to the introduction of one exit exam for all, medical universities and institutes in the country will now be able to create more qualified and skilled MBBS graduates. As per data, every year, the country produces more than 60,000 medical graduates. But the fact is, the doctor-to-patient ratio is still not impressive. Besides, the country lacks skilled and qualified doctors who can offer quality healthcare services to people. As there will be one exit exam for the students, the country will be able to get qualified MBBS graduates.

  • It Can Bring Uniformity

Introducing a single screening, licentiate, and exit exam will only allow the MBBS graduates with sufficient theoretical and practical skills to practice in India. But it can be said that the process of achieving uniformity among the doctors can take time.

  • Quality Enhancement

As a compulsory part of the exam, every MBBS student will have to work for at least three years in tribal and rural settings. Currently, the hospitals and medical facilities in remote areas lack important medical facilities. However, the Government believes that through this exam, the condition of hospitals located in remote areas can be improved.

  • Eliminates Unnecessary Paperwork

Earlier, a foreign MBBS student who wished to practice in India was required to appear for an MCI screening test called FMGE. And they used to deal with a lot of paperwork. But now, the process has become much easier for them.

Clear NEXT To Get License To Practice

The National Medical Commission has taken a major step toward creating uniformity in the system by introducing the Draft Regulations of Licenses to Practice Medicine, 2022. And doctors who want the license need to clear the NEXT.

Even though the new medical graduates will have to clear NEXT to get their registration, the authority also has informed that the existing doctors in the country don’t need to appear for NEXT to get their registrations.

What Has The Ministry Said?

As per a statement released by the Union Health Ministry on 30th July,the government is planning to hold the NEXT during the first half of 2023. But there will be a mock test in 2022. This will help in removing stress and anxiety among the MBBS students.

How is The Exam To Be Held?

The NMC Act, 2019 informs that the exam will be conducted in such a manner as described by the regulations. Besides, it would become fully operational within two to three years.

ADrPlexus sweeps PG NEET 2022 results by succeeding 40% of the enrolled students!

ADrPlexus sweeps PG NEET 2022 results by succeeding 40% of the enrolled students!

Success Percentage of Doctors who enrolled with us in Regular Online Live Interactive course in 2021 :

Out of 534 Doctors who enrolled in our Online Live Interactive Classes > 72 are within TOP 5000 Ranks and 212 within Top 10k ranks !

This is the best ever results produced by ADrPlexus till date .

Royal Salute to our Students and Backend Team and Special Thanks to our Faculty Team who supported us in our ONLINE LIVE INTERACTIVE CLASSES.
Our Topper Lists are getting Updated
1. Dr Suganya Balachandran, Madras Medical College, Chennai, RANK: 142
2. Dr Shamini, Madras Medical College, Chennai, RANK: 424
3. Dr Swarnam, Coimbatore Medical College, Coimbatore, RANK: 429
4. Dr S.Pavithra, Rajah Muthiah Medical College, RANK: 472
5. Dr Gokulakanna, Madras Medical College, Chennai, RANK: 489
6. Dr S.MAHALAKSHMI, Madras Medical College, Chennai, RANK: 535
7. Dr Ajith M, Stanley Medical College, Chennai, RANK: 715
8. Dr RAKSANA FATHIMA, Govt Kilpauk Medical College, Chennai, RANK: 813
9. Dr Selvakumar R, Karpaga Vinayaga Institute, Chennai, RANK: 849
10. Dr Ajay, PSG Institute, Peelamedu, RANK: 871
11. Dr A Vijay , Madras Medical College, Chennai, RANK: 906
12. Dr Selvalakshmi , Thanjavur medical college, RANK: 951
13. Dr G.V.Mukunnth, Karpaga Vinayaga Institute, Chennai, RANK: 1196
14. Dr Sumaiya , Stanley Medical College, Chennai, RANK: 1198
15. Dr Sabareesh J, Stanley Medical College, Chennai, RANK: 1246
16. Dr Thanuja, Govt Thiruvarur Medical College, RANK: 1380
17. Dr Divya , Thoothukudi Government Medical College, RANK: 1573
18. Dr GOKULAVASAN V, Stanley Medical College, Chennai, RANK: 1617
19. Dr Ramya Selvaraj, Sri Venkateswara medical College hospital and research centre, Ariyur, puducherry, RANK: 1710
20. Dr Aishwarya.R, PSG Institute, Peelamedu, RANK: 1856
21. Dr Pavithra Durairaj, Govt Kilpauk Medical College, Chennai, RANK: 1990
22. Dr Kavyashri, Govt. Medical College, Salam, RANK: 2030
23. Dr Mownith , Stanley Medical College, Chennai, RANK: 2092
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25. Dr Harshitha S, Sri Ramachandra medical College , RANK: 2172
26. Dr Prakalya , Government Sivagangai Medical College, RANK: 2317
27. Dr Rithu Baskaran, Saveetha Medical College, Kanchipuram, RANK: 2466
28. Dr VISHNU BALA, Stanley Medical College, Chennai, RANK: 2490
29. Dr Naveena , Tagore Medical College, Chennai, RANK: 2583
30. Dr Abinaya Maria Christy, Madurai Medical College, Madurai, RANK: 2674
31. Dr THAMIZHAZHAGAN T, Govt Thiruvarur Medical College, RANK: 2708
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34. Dr N.Muthu , Stanley Medical College, Chennai, RANK: 2768
35. Dr Dharani P, Saveetha Medical College, Kanchipuram, RANK: 2785
36. Dr Manoj Rishi, Kanyakumari Government Medical College, RANK: 2937
37. Dr MANOJ RISHI , Kanyakumari Government Medical College, RANK: 2937
38. Dr Naveen, Stanley Medical College, Chennai, RANK: 3101
39. Dr Divya prriyaa, Government Medical College Omandurar, RANK: 3408
40. Dr C.Esther Nikila Grace, Madurai Medical College, Madurai, RANK: 3429
41. Dr Santhosh S, Govt Kilpauk Medical College, Chennai, RANK: 3431
42. Dr Santhosh S, Govt Kilpauk Medical College, Chennai, RANK: 3431
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50. Dr PRIYADHARSHINI S, Velammal Medical College, Madurai, RANK: 3933
51. Dr Aravindhan, Stanley Medical College, Chennai, RANK: 4006
52. Dr Karthikeyan, Thanjavur medical college, RANK: 4071
53. Dr Krithikaa M, Stanley Medical College, Chennai, RANK: 4142
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59. Dr Manesha , Coimbatore Medical College, Coimbatore, RANK: 4766
60. Dr Shanmugapriya , Govt Kilpauk Medical College, Chennai, RANK: 5631
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NEET PG 2022 Exam Postponement: Supreme Court to Hear Urgent Plea

NEET PG 2022 Exam Postponement: Supreme Court to Hear Urgent Plea

The demand for the NEET PG 2022 exam postponement in the country has been gaining momentum. As the matter grows louder, recently, the Supreme Court of India has offered another reason that has made the candidates hopeful about the matter.

As per a report, the SC has decided to list the matter for urgent hearing.The recent updates inform that the ongoing NEET PG 2022 exam postponement matter will be heard on 13th May 2022.

The Supreme Court has informed that it will list the matter and will hear it as soon as possible to come up with a solution. The SC bench created for this matter is led by Justice DY Chandrachud. Well, the hearing date is only expected, and the court may change the date later.

More About This Matter

The plea filed by the medical students in the country in the Supreme Court seeking postponement of the NEET PG exam is due to various reasons. However, the primary reasons are:

  1. The medical students are demanding the exam’s postponement, citing anunfavorable gap between the NEET PG 2022 exam and the NEET PG 2021 counseling. They have been informedthat the exam date, which is scheduled for 21st May, is not appropriate for the students.
  2. Another reason is that a greater number of interns are now working in hospitals on COVID-19 duties. Due to this they may not be able to complete their internship on time. And that will make them not eligible to appear for the NEET PG 2022 exam if the exam is conducted on 21st May 2022.

As per the reports, the students have requested to postpone the exam by 8 to 10 weeks. Well, till now, the authorities have not given any comment on the ongoing postponement issue. The demand for postponement is getting louder with time, and the latest step taken by the SC can bring a new turn to this matter.

The Plea to Be Heard on 13th May by the SC Bench

As per the latest report, the plea has been accepted by the Supreme Court. An SC bench led by Justice DY Chandrachud would list the matter for urgent hearing. It is expected that after this, it can be confirmed whether the exam will be held on a previously set date or whether the authorities should change the date or not. As per a report, Rakesh Khanna, Senior Advocate, earlier brought this matter to the attention of the Supreme Court bench.

The Postponement Row

Forthe last four to five weeks, medical students across the country have been demanding to change the date for the NEET PG 2022 exam. Medical aspirants have said that the current exam data, which is 21st May 2022, falls very close to the counseling process of the NEET PG 2021, and the process has not been completed yet. Due to this, the medical candidates are demanding postponement of the PG medical entrance exam as it will help the candidates who have not been allotted seats to get a chance to reappear for the exam. If they follow the current timelines, the medical students participating in the counseling process will not get enough time to prepare for the exam.

However, under the current timelines, those aspirants who are participating in the ongoing counseling process will not be able to prepare for the exam.

Experts’ Opinions on This Matter

Dr. Manish, an Ex-member of the FORDA- Federation of Resident Doctors Association, has said that postponing the exam may lead to a shortage of doctors, and the solution can be extending the counseling dates. On the other hand, commenting on this matter, the AIMSA- All India Medical Student’s Association National Vice-President, Dr. Peeyush Singh, has said that it would be better if the authorities could postpone the exam instead of extending the counseling dates. This will allow the interns to appear for the exams. Well, it is a fact that there will be a manpower shortage, but postponing the NEET PG 2022 exam by around 8 to 10 weeks would not create a big issue. After the admission of a new batch, the current batch will then be promoted.

What about the effect of postponement on the academic cycle? It can be said that the current academic cycle has been disturbed. In the last few years, the NEET PG 2022 entrance exam has been postponing for several times. So, another change by a few weeks may not change much in the academic cycle. Some students may feel disappointed and annoyed if the exam postponed, but this is the time when the authorities need to think for everyone, informed Dr. Peeyush.

The experts’ reconsideration for exam postponement has been sent to the ministry, and they are currently looking into that matter. However, all are now waiting for the hearing of the Supreme Court as it may greatly influence the matter.

ADrPlexus Puducherry Head Office has been shifted

ADrPlexus Puducherry Head Office has been shifted

Dear Doctors
ADrPlexus Puducherry Head Office has been shifted to following address from May 1 ,2022 onwards .

ADrPlexus Puducherry ADR Plexus Puducherry will be a direct Centre of ADrPlexus under the mentorship and Guidance by Dr Arun Kumar & Dr Seran Reddy- Academic Directors of ADrPlexus

Please Note : Rapid Medical Academy ( Franchise of ADrPlexus from 2018 -2022 ) has been terminated with effect from April 2022. From May 1,2022 onwards ADrPlexus Direct Centre has been established for giving best facilities and co-ordination to registered doctors

ADrPlexus Puducherry Head Office Address
New No:3, Plot no:78,
2nd Cross St, opposite to Kumaran Hospital,
Sithananda Nagar,
Puducherry, 605005.

Phone Number : 9094777855 , 8438434646 ,9700755551 & +91 82203 45678

Airconditioned Library for ADrPlexus Puducherry Registered Doctors will be operational from May 15,2022 onwards.

https://nextpg.app/puducherry-office

NEET-PG 2022 Postponed: Why It Happens and What Will Be The Consequences

NEET-PG 2022 Postponed: Why It Happens and What Will Be The Consequences

Recently, the Union Health Ministry took a decision that is expected to affect thousands of candidates preparing for their NEET exams. As per the latest report, the Union Health Ministry has decided to postpone the NEET PG exams by around six to eight weeks. However, the government has made such a decision based on the plea filed by many candidates in the Supreme Court. Some students have demanded that the exam be postponed.

For now, it can be said that the NEET PG 2022 exams will not be held on March 12. But the things that have created many worries are the government has not announced exact dates yet. On the other hand, some candidates also have requested to extend the deadline for the internship due to their ongoing COVID duty.

Why is NEET PG 2022 Exam Postponed?

The NEET PG 2022 exam has been postponed after demands from medical candidates. What were their demands? They were demanding to extend their internship deadline and postpone the exam. As most of the students are busy with their COVID duty, they may not be able to appear for NEET PG 2022 exam. As per a report, the deadline for the NEET PG internship competition is 31st May.

The FAIMA- Federation Of All India Medical Association has also conducted an online poll for this. And more than 85 percent of MBBS students voted for postponing the exam. More than 1.5 lakh students will take this exam.

What Are The Experts Saying?

As per Dr.Chinmayee Gowda, there should be a decent amount of gap between examination and counseling sessions.

But the counseling process for all India NEET PG exams will be completed by 3rd May. After that, the state counseling will begin, and this may get over by 31st May. While all the staff and students will remain busy with this process, they may not get sufficient time to prepare for the exam that was earlier scheduled to be held on 21st May. Most students have started this as very unfair. While the new session generally starts in August, if the exam is held in July, it may not affect the academic session of 2022.

Why Are Some Doctors Protesting It?

MBBS students need to take the NEET PG example if they want to specialize in different subjects, for instance, gynecology, general medicine, or surgery, after completing an MBBS degree. In general, the exam takes place during the month of January. But the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has delayed it.

As discussed above, the counseling process begins after the exam, allowing students who have cleared the exam to choose their college and stream. But this process was also delayed due to some pending cases in Supreme Court related to the reservation quota for EWS- Economically Weaker Sections.

Due to a delay in both NEET PG counseling and exam, medical students will not be able to start their academic courses. And as per the experts, this can lead to around one-third shortage of doctors around the country.

The reason behind this is while the senior MBBS students were moving on to begin their professional careers, the fresh batch of MBBS students was still unable to begin the course. So, it can create issues.

It Can Affect The Healthcare System

As per some studies, the delay in NEET PG 2022 exam can create a shortage of around 40000 to 450000 resident doctors at such a time when the country’s healthcare system is dealing with a serious situation. So, the delay in the exams is set to severely affect India’s healthcare systems, leading to a doctor-shortage situation.

Besides, a little delay can leave the students undecided between the choice of specialization or other alternatives. The delay can also make more doctors put their professional careers on hold.

Some Challenges That Can Arise Due To The Delay In Examinations

After the delays starting in 2021, the timeline of different processes as well as examinations has been affected severely. As per the experts, the authority only has been informed that there will be a delay of around 6 to 8 weeks. The most confusing thing is they have not announced a particular date for the examinations.

In fact, students also faced some delays last year, and that led to a major manpower crisis. And now the recent may also create some issues. The experts also have said that another batch of students will finish their PG courses in April or May, and that will lead to around a 30 to 35 percent shortage of manpower if the authority delays the examinations.

It may be noted that India has more than 38000 PG seats for around 78,000 MBBS students. Besides, the industry has 50 percent seats under the All India quota. And there are 50 percent state quota seats, around 19,000 MS or MD seats.

Dr Pradeep NEET PG 2021 Rank 44 ( MD RD ) MAMC

Dr Pradeep NEET PG 2021 Rank 44 ( MD RD ) MAMC

Dr Pradeep completed his Undergraduation from Stanley Medical College . He joined ADrPlexus Regular Course @ Chennai for Post Graduate Medical entrance Preparation . He was consistently preparing for PG entrance using resources of ADrPlexus namely workbook based lecture notes .Few Days before NEET-PG 2021 , he was shocked to get a Rank of 19000 in INI-CET but however he bounced back with his smart preparation with planning strategy to get a top SCORE of 682 which got him 44 ALL INDIA RANK in NEET-PG 2021 . He has joined MD Radiodiagnosis in MAMC ( Maulana Azad Medical College ) .

ADrPlexus Salutes him for his grand achievement and making ADrPlexus Proud

Dr Sanjana S – ADRPLEXUS – NEET PG SCORE – 573

Adr plexus was helpful and motivating us to better ourselves

DR Sanjana S

INI-CET JULY Rank - 8655, NEET-PG RANK - 573

Preparation Strategy

What was your study Plan?

Read notes thoroughly

How many hours did u study ?

5 to 6 hours

During your preparation, did you ever doubt your ability to succeed in it?

Yes almost everyday. Since I got only 93,394 rank in last neet.. I was very scared I will end up in same place. I had alot of self doubt but I tried to suppress it when exam was near

When did you seriously start preparing for this exam?

After postponement

Did you face the problem of volatile memory? If so, how did you deal with it?

Yes I did tend to forget almost everything. I made sticky notes (alot of them) and had small notes handy

What was your daily timetable during the preparation? Were you able to stick to the timetable strictly?

Everyday was different for me. But I used to start my day early. I dint cut down on my entertainment part. I tried to strike balance.
I was able to complete only 50 percent of what I had planned. But still I kept moving on

Which books did you read for the theory part?

I read my class notes

Your Feedback about Leaderboard & Workbook

Workbook was a interesting way to learn better

What are the Subjects you like the most in ADrPlexus. Who are the faculties who helped you to achieve the goal?

Big thanks to
Azam sir ( his classes was amazing)
Vandana maam for pathology
Sivaraman sir for medicine
Rohan sir for surgery

Tips for your Juniors

HOW many choices did u attempt ? ROUGH NUMBER. Please detail your strategies

I attempted 196 questions. I always attended more in grant tests, so I went for it

YOUR recommended books for PG PREPARATION

I would recommend to blindly read your notes.

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Dr C V ARUNESHWAR – ADRPLEXUS- NEET PG SCORE 2021 – 683

Very helpful and high yield

DR C V ARUNESHWAR

INI-CET JULY Rank - 1396, NEET-PG SCORE- 683

Preparation Strategy

What was your study Plan?

I used to write down ina book the subjects I would like to cover. And I would set a time period in which to finish it in. I would then try to finish the subject in the stipulated period.

How many hours did u study ?

6 hrs per day

During your preparation, did you ever doubt your ability to succeed in it?

Very much so. It is natural to doubt ones own ability. But we should never let it get the better if us.

Did you face the problem of volatile memory? If so, how did you deal with it?

I very much did. Frequent revision if volatile topics helped boost the memory.

What was your daily timetable during the preparation? Were you able to stick to the timetable strictly?

I would usually select a few topics for the day and try to stick to it.

Which books did you read for the theory part?

Medicine

How many choices did u attempt ? ROUGH NUMBER. Please detail your strategies

I attempted around 190. The main tip is to eliminate as many options as possible. If you are able to narrow down it to 2 options, there is a 50 – 50 chance that you are right or wrong. A correct answer carries a score of 4 marks and a wron one has a score of -1. So the odds will definitely be in your favour if you are able to narrow down questions to two choices and select one among them.

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Helps to organise ones time schedule well fir the exam and helps to assess our preparedness for the exam

What are the Subjects you like the most in ADrPlexus. Who are the faculties who helped you to achieve the goal?

Rakesh Sir, Medicine Anatomy, Raviraj Sir

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