NEET PG 2021: Mistakes you must avoid on the exam day
NEET PG 2021: Mistakes you must avoid on the exam day - “What is done cannot be undone, but at least one can keep it from happening again.” a beautiful quote by Anne Frank. Candidates tend to make mistakes due to agitation, excitement and sensibility related to the exam day, even after good preparation. The anxiety of the medical graduates touches the skies especially when the exam itself is considered to be one of the toughest entrance exams in the country. On the basis of NEET PG 2021 admission will be granted to 10,821 Master of Surgery (MS) seats, 19,953 Doctor of Medicine (MD) seats and 1,979 PG Diploma seats offered by 6,102 government, private, Deemed and Central Universities. The aspirants of NEET PG 2021 exam might be the experienced one, as they may have appeared for various entrance exams but they are likely to feel nervous while giving any sort of entrance exam and might have landed with making some common mistakes.
Even a small mistake on the NEET PG exam day can cost high on the marks of the medical graduates. Candidates can read the article of “NEET PG 2021: Mistakes to avoid on the exam day” to know about the small mistakes which must be avoided to score better marks.
NEET PG 2021 exam day mistakes
Aspirants can go through the common mistakes of NEET PG candidates, below to avoid any kind of mistakes on the exam day.
Not ready with all documents a day before
Not assembling all the important documents of the NEET PG 2021 a day before is one of the most common mistakes which every aspirant makes. To avoid any haphazard situation on NEET PG 2021 exam day, aspirants should assemble all their necessary documents a day before the exam. If aspirants will not be ready with all their important documents before the exam day of NEET PG, they might forget something which they have to carry at the examination centres. The important documents of NEET PG 2021 comprises admit card, certificate of registration along with the valid photo ID proof.
Not relaxing or having a proper rest before the exam
Owing to the anxiety of the exam day, many of the candidates do not sleep before the exam. Most of the NEET PG aspirants grasp many things or to have quick revision just a night before the exam resulting in lack of sleep. According to doctors and as per the anatomy of sleep mechanism, which might be known to aspirants of NEET PG 2021, because they are also medical graduates, lack of sleep slows down the active mind on exam day. So the experts always advise aspirants to have proper sleep to relax their mind a day before the NEET PG 2021 exam date.
Not following the instructions as specified on the admit card
Instruction specified in the NEET PG admit card is highly abided by the security authorities at the examination centres. Instructions like details of the examination centre, timings to enter the examination hall, things to be allowed, things which are not allowed are some of the important details mentioned in the admit card of NEET PG 2021. Any ignorance of the instructions might lead to barring of candidates from giving the NEET PG 2021 exam.
Not reaching examination centre on time
Reaching at the NEET PG examination centre on time is one of the most important things that needs to be taken care of by the aspirants. As on the exam day of NEET PG 2021, the entry to the examination centre and commencement of Biometric registration begin from 1:30 PM and the entry gate would close by 3 PM. To avoid any kind of hassle, candidates are advised to reach out to the NEET PG 2021 exam centre 2-3 hours earlier. On the exam day of NEET PG 2021, one should leave from their home as per their suitability and according to the distance between their home and exam centre. Reaching late at the centre may prove to be detrimental as one may not be allowed to appear for the exam.
Jump to solving the questions without reading the direction
There are many aspirants who are always in a hurry and try to solve the questions as soon as they get them. Candidates are advised to read the questions and instructions on the question paper carefully. As there are many important instructions given on the question paper and missing any of them definitely not beneficial for the NEET PG aspirants. Due to nervousness, sometimes it happens that candidates tend to read questions abruptly. This is where the mistake occurs. While reading questions, candidates are advised not to hurry. Going through all the questions makes it easy for aspirants to understand what the question is asking for and aspirants might solve the question easily.
Getting stuck in tough questions
On the NEET PG 2021 exam day, there might be situations where candidates will be stuck in tough or tricky questions. Such candidates consume lots of the exam time, candidates are advised not to waste more time on that. Aspirants can solve these questions at the end if time is left and proceed to the questions of NEET PG which could be easily solved. However candidates are also not advised to only rush through the easy question. If they think with a proper manner they can solve the questions, they may slow down and ace the question and then only proceed to the next.
Time duration must be taken care of!
As per the NEET PG exam pattern 2021, candidates will be allotted a total of 3 hours 30 minutes to complete their examination. On the NEET PG 2021 exam day, candidates have to look into time duration and have to attempt all the questions in the stipulated timings. Managing the time will be beneficial as candidates will be able to save some time for re-check as well after finishing each section. On the exam day of NEET PG, proper time management will lead to a better result.
Don't be in a hurry!
There are some aspirants who sit idle as after they think they have attempted all questions. Candidates are advised not to sit idle in the examination hall of NEET PG 2021 even after attempting all the questions. They are advised to go through all the questions and recheck their answers. There are some problems based on the SI units which must have to be taken care of. If they have left with any tough questions earlier on the NEET PG 2021 exam day they can re-attempt that.
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Questions related to NEET PG
i could not produce obc central certificate in previous attempt of neet pg 2020. i had only the state obc certificate. so i applied under general. but can i now get the central obc certificate via my state certificate and now can i apply under obc in neet pg 2021?
You should go through the NEET PG guidelines to understand the the format criteria of OBC certificate, and if you think that you can produce it before the last date of registration then you should definitely apply in your specific OBC category.
If you fail to produce the the OBC certificate at time, then you will have to you only go with the general option during registration.
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indian student passed mbbs from abroad can appear in neet PG exam as center and domicile state participent students
YES, YOU CAN.
The first step is to clear MCI screening test and get a licence to practice and then you can appear for NEET PG exam.
As per a proposed bill MCI screening test and NEET PG exam in which those students who qualifies the exam will get licence to practice in India and the merit students will be called for counselling for PG seats.
fees structure neet pg courses in private medical colleges
the fees structure for NEET PG courses at some of the private medical colleges in India ranges between INR 3 lakhs to INR 12 lakhs, this amount is applicable for only the tuition fees. Kindly visit the link given below to view all the private medical colleges and their respective fees structure.
I HAVE NOT RENEWED MY REGISTRATION OF MMC CAN I STILL FILL NEET PG FORM
yes you can still fill the Neet Pg Form 21 for md ms go to the link and register in NBE website
Re - Percentage Scored in Qualifying Exam. I graduated from a medical college. Theres no CGPA and for NEET PG we usually enter percentages for all years separately. For SSC-CGL, does it refer only to final year or the average of 4 years?
The eligibility criteria for SSC CGL 2020 for Junior Statistical Officer post is that a candidate must have passed Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline from a recognized University with minimum 60% Marks in Mathematics in 10+2 level or must have passed Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline with Statistics as one of the subjects. For Assistant Audit Officer/ Assistant Accounts Officer and all other post a candidate must have passed bachelor's degree from a recognized board.
So there is no minimum percentage required in qualifying exam to be eligible to appear for SSC CGL but in the application form you have to enter the education details, you have to enter the aggregate percentage that you have scored in all semesters/years in the qualifying exam.