Superset DNB CET and AIIMS PG for upcoming NEET PG 2018

In the coming months the challenge for medical PG entrance candidates is preparing for a number of exams. But is this a disadvantage? Not necessarily if you plan to superset your preparation one after another for the upcoming NEET PG 2018 preparation. Super-setting exam preparation is adding one exam preparation for the advantage of the next. This keeps your scores improving with each exam with an accumulative effect.

Plan a strategy: Note down the exams that you are planning to attend in the next 6 months (leading to NEET PG 2018 conducted in November/December 2017). Figure out what is common about the exams and what is typical to each exam. Use this information to chart out a strategy for your exam preparation. Have a 6-month plan, monthly plan and a weekly plan for studies. Allow a degree of flexibility but make sure it is not procrastination.

Procrastination alert: Organising for your exam and coming up with an effective plan of super-setting should not take more than a day. It is worth spending a full day for this purpose for effective preparation.

Q1. Which of the following is true regarding Pemphigus vulgaris?
A. Protozoa
B. STD
C. Virus
D. Autoimmune

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Q2. A female presented with a skin lesions all over the body which shows positive ‘bulla spread sign’. It is characteristic of:
A. Herpes gestationis
B. Bullous pemphigoid
C. Pemphigus vulgaris
D. Herpes simplex

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Q3. Tzanck preparation is used for the following skin conditions, EXCEPT:
A. Pemphigus
B. SSS syndrome
C. Senear Usher syndrome
D. Fungal infections

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