UPPGMEE 2016 Exam Pattern - Candidates who will appear for UPPGMEE 2016 exam on March 13, 2016, can check the exam pattern given below in this page. UPPGMEE 2016 exam pattern gives an overview to candidates about exam duration, types of question, marking scheme, syllabus, etc. It is important for candidates to know UPPGMEE 2016 exam pattern so that they can prepare well for the exam.UPPGMEE 2016 is state level entrance exam conducted by K.G. Medical University (KGMU), Lucknow admission 150 post graduate programmes in medical and dental courses in state government and participating private colleges. Only those candidates are eligible to appear in for UPPGMEE 2016 have completed or will be completing their Compulsory Rotatory Internship by April 30, 2016.[Click Here to Enroll Complete UPPGMEE Preparation Package to Crack UPPGMEE 2016 Exam or call at 011-40360360 to talk Expert Counsellors]
Highlights of UPPGMEE 2016 exam pattern is given below:
Mode of Exam: UPPGMEE 2016 exam will be conducted in English medium only
Number of Questions: The question booklet of exam will have 190 MCQ (Multiple Choice Question)
Distribution of Questions: There will be three sections of multiple choice questions (MCQs). The question booklet of UPPGMEE will be divided as follow:
90 questions on pre and Para-clinical subjects
90 questions on clinical subjects
10 questions on comprehension
Section A - There will be 90 questions with 4 options or choices of which one will be best suited or best response
Section B - There will be 90 questions with 4 options or choices of which one will be best suited or best response
Section C - There will be two paragraphs followed by 5 questions each based on that paragraph. Each question will have 4 alternatives of which one will be best suited or best response
Marking Scheme: Each question in Section A & B shall carry 1 mark. Each question in Section C will carry 2 marks. The Best response to each shall be as determined by the Board of Examiners of the UPPGMEE 2016. The decision of the Board of Examiners shall be final and binding
Negative Marking: There will be no negative marking for wrong answer
Syllabus: The syllabus will be the same as prescribed for the MBBS and BDS courses by the Medical/Dental Council of India respectively. The questions will generally be of MBBS/BDS level. As per Government Order 50% questions will be of average level, 25% will be difficult and 25% will have a high difficulty level
The number of questions from different subjects in the paper shall ordinarily but not necessarily be as follows:
MD/MS/PG Diploma courses
Approximate number of questions in Section A&B
TB & Respiratory disease 2
Obstetrics & Gynecology 12
Ear, Nose and Throat 9
Total = 180
Approximate number of questions
Gen. Anatomy and Histology
Gen. Physiology & Biochemistry
Gen. & Dental Pharmacology & Therapeutics
Gen. Pathology & Bacteriology
Dental Metallurgy including material used in dentistry
Human Dental Anatomy and Physiology with Histology
Oral Pathology & Microbiology
Operative dentistry etc.
Orthodontics with Preventive and Child Dentistry
Oral Surgery and Dental Radiology
Periodontics and Community Dentistry
Prosthodontics and Crown and Bridge Prosthesis
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