Top Ranking NEET PG Tips You Need to Check Out


The National Board of Examinations (NBE) annually conducts the NEET PG Examination 2022 for admission to postgraduate courses in dental and medical colleges across India.

NEET is a 3 hour 30 minute computer-based exam. It has 200 multiple-choice questions with no negative scoring. The 800 total point paper is divided into three sections.

The NEET PG 2022 result was declared last month and we asked some of the top scorers in the exam to spread their success mantra.

Check out these top ranking tips on how to crack NEET PG:


1. Strengthen your basics: Most of the NEET PG exam questions are based on problem-solving skills; therefore, it is important to focus on reinforcing basic concepts. Understanding the basics when preparing for the NEET PG 2022 can take time, so prepare well in advance.

The best tip that helped me was to simplify large and difficult topics into smaller subtopics that made it easier to learn.

2. Look closely at your GT (Grant Test) results: Practice not only makes you perfect, but also helps you remember concepts better. So the more you practice, the better you will be able to process information.

Observe grant test results to determine concepts or topics that need improvement. GT also helps manage your time during the final exam.

Also, one of my main preparation strategies was to take several Unacademy mock tests, which helped me pass the exam.

3. Have a clear vision: Define aims. Once you have achieved your dream of entering the medical profession, believe and keep believing in yourself. Don’t let external factors like last year’s results, nervousness or exam anxiety keep you from your goals.

Medical graduates are surrounded by the stress of studies and the pressure of work; therefore, it is important to stay mentally and physically healthy.

Be sure to eat healthy foods, get enough sleep, and take breaks between work and study sessions.


1. Focus on scoring topics: Focus on high-yield topics like forensics, biochemistry, pathology, and concise topics. Depending on your level of preparation, divide your time between the top rated topics.

2. Practice Past Year Questions (PYQ) and Mock Tests: Aspirants should take as many PYQs and mock tests as possible to familiarize themselves with the pattern and format of the test paper.

I tracked my progress using mock tests from Unacademy, which helped me improve my time management and understand my areas of improvement

3. Make sure you get enough sleep time: Get enough rest and sleep 7-8 hours a day. It will help to concentrate better to study throughout the day.


1. No to last minute preparation: Don’t wait until the last minute to start your preparation, because there is no shortcut to success in competitions. Be proactive and start preparing for exams before the internship year.

Also, keep taking concise notes that you can refer to for revisions before the exam.

2. Several revision cycles: Always plan backwards. Plan your preparation plan well in advance so that you have time to complete at least three review cycles.

To get the most out of your review, it’s important to have an appropriate schedule. During reviews, test yourself repeatedly with increasing gaps between each test.

3. Practice, practice and lots of practice: It is essential to use the question bank wisely and to pass several Grant Tests (GT). Each GT should simulate the actual exam and you should make sure to examine them well.

When preparing It is important to understand which questions you have marked as incorrect or which you cannot answer. The review phase is one of the best ways to assess and improve your weak points.

Thanks to the high quality content available at Unacademy, I was able to prepare and analyze my performance.


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