NEET PG 2018 is just a few days away. The top selection for NEET PG 2018 are a collection of 3000 MCQs that needs to be revised at least 2 times before exam.
The power of selection for NEET PG 2018
Top quality NEET PG questions were commissioned by GateToMedicine for 2018 exam. The MCQs are prepared by NEET PG toppers for upcoming candidates
There will be 3000 MCQs under the platinum code pc102 before 7 January 2017. Currently, there are over 2856 MCQs under this platinum code. This is made available only for platinum candidates.
G2M recommends that this code is revised at least twice before NEET PG exam on 3 January 2018.
The NEET PG focus on basics
NEET PG 2017 was focused on the theoretical aspects and this gave fresh MBBS graduates a bigger advantage. The question pool is not changed from 2017, only the format and scoring. The current pool of questions is created with a plan to have NEET PG as an exit MBBS exam in the future.
It is important to remember that ‘basic topics’ are not ‘easy topics’. This needs thorough revision under code pc102.
The NEET PG focus on curriculum
The current pool of NEET PG questions are based on the changes in the curriculum published by the Medical Council of India (MCI). The new focal points in the curriculum caused surprises for NEET PG candidates in 2017.
The new 3000 NEET PG revision questions are exclusive for platinum candidates. Revise in the next 10 days.
All the best for you exam. If you are not familiar with platinum codes, you may read below. We recommend that you revise on a laptop. A smartphone example is given below.
How to use Platinum Codes?
Step 1: Login to our website using your username and password.
Step 2: Click on STUDY PANEL
Step 3: Select PLATINUM ACCESS from ACTIVE PACKAGES section
Step 4: Click on RAPID TEST, Scroll down to option KEYWORD OR PLATINUM CODE. Type pc102 and click on GENERATE EXAM tab.
NEET PG grand mock test if on 3 January 2018. The current mock tests includes many questions from pc102, fine tuned for NEET PG 2018.
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