High Yield Topic List for AIPGMEE
1131 topics you should master from 19 Subjects for your PG Medical entrance preparation. The following List is based on analysis of 40000 MCQs from 150 + actual PG Medical Entrance exams in the past 15 years.
This analysis of High yield topic list in descending order of priority in each of the 19 Subjects for AIPGMEE,AIIMS,PGIMER,JIPMER,COMEDK,FMGE,DNB CET,APPG,Kerala PGMAT, Maharashtra PGMAT, MPPG, JKMD and all State PG Medical entrance exams is excellent. We don’t need to read everything in all textbooks and focus only on what is frequently tested by examiner. This analysis based on 40000 MCQsasked in 150 + actual PG Medical Entrance examsin the past 15 years directly reflects the examiners expectations from PG Medical aspirants. It saves time , it saves money,it saves energy and it shapens the saw and brings focus in PG Medical aspirants preparation.
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To revise the most rewarding topics in the shortest available time is all the essence of preparation for any entrance exam.
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Examiner is inherently very choosy in selecting the topics and framing the MCQs
How did we analyse 40000 MCQs of past 15 years from 150+ exams and derived 1132 Hot top list
Step 1 of Analysis
2 AIIMS exams (2x 200 =400 MCQs) + 2 PGIMER exams ( 2x 240=480 MCQs) + 1 AIPGMEE from 1997-2012 (1x 300 MCQs) + 2 DNB CET exams 2x 250 =500 + 6 State MD Entrance exams (6 x 250 =1500 MCQs ) every year of past 15 years are 40000 MCQs analysed
Each MCQ is individually classified and labelled to the topic it belongs
All MCQs belonging to a topic are brought to one place
The topics are arranged in descending order based on the number of MCQs asked in the past 30 years
Step 2 of Analysis : How to use the topic list
If we take Microbiology, top 10 topics from which 80 % of 5-15 MCQs asked in any PG Medical entrance are Streptococci, HIV, Chlamydia, Cholera, Immnunoglobulins,E.coli, DNA and RNA Viruses , Staphylococci, Diphtheria, Tuberculosis.
Out of 150 instances of exams we analysed, 164 times Streptococci topic based MCQs are asked. In fact , some exams it appeared that even 2-3 MCQs from streptococci are asked. Next time you open microbiology book in preparation schedule , you should go straight to Streptococci and master the Gram positive cocci , optochin sensitivity, bacitracin sensitivity,bile solubulity etc of High yield points and finish the topic revision in 20 minutes . Like that you should finish at least Top 30 topics in 30 x 20 minutes = 600 minutes = 10 hours and get confident to face 5-15 MCQs in Microbiology in any PG Medical entrance .
Similiarily, if we take Pathology , many AIPGMEE aspirants wonder where to start. Glomerulonephritis, Apoptosis etc as given above High yield topic list are inevitable.
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