In the recent years, there has been an increase in the number of online mock test provisions. This is very encouraging for NEET PG aspirants as the future is ineluctable, that of online learning. It has also come with challenges like never before. After concerns from NEET PG 2017 candidates, a number of online mocks were examined only to reveal worrying facts. This article is for candidates to be careful in their choice of NEET PG online exams.
Automated attendance It is normal for online providers to claim large exam attendance to invite more candidates. However, this was taken to the next level by providers using automated web software to show off fake attendance. Candidates who compared their marks and ranks felt disappointed that it did not make sense. Thousands of attendees were fake creations of the software.
Candidates are most vulnerable near to NEET PG exam. Such reckless actions led candidates to feel disappointed and some others wrongly excited.
Distractions on the final days
As the exam approach candidates are expected to increase their focus on subjects. Having numerous mock tests planned with different providers is widely thought to be a successful strategy. However, this caused disappointment for many in 2017. Sticking to one reliable provider and focusing on your weak area and revision was key for NEET PG success as reported by toppers.
Poorly authored and copycat
A number of online mock providers used questions copied from good providers to falsely inflate question bank. Such questions were then mixed with poorly authored and edited MCQs.
Candidates found such exams confusing and perplexing in the final days of preparation.
Lack of standard references
It is not hard to tease out amateurs in the field of MCQs. The lack of ‘standard references’ is a symptom of unreliable information when it comes to online mock exams. The last thing candidates want is to memorise undependable information near to exam. This doesn’t give enough time to correct the mistakes.
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