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How to Study Ophthalmology for NEET-PG / NEXT / INI-CET and FMGE

If you are a NEET-PG aspirant and are trying to figure how to study ophthalmology for NEET-PG, this article will be of help to you. We will also describe a step-by-step schedule to complete ophthalmology in 7 days for NEET-PG. Ophthalmology is one of the “DIRECT” subjects for NEET-PG, meaning most questions are straight forward…

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Subjectwise Weightage in NEET-PG

This article will break down the subjectwise marks distribution for NEET-PG. We will also enlist the most important subjects in NEET-PG based on marks distribution and weightage. Going along the usual trend of conducting NEET-PG on the FIRST SUNDAY every year, NBE will be conducting NEET-PG 2020 on January 3rd, 2021, notwithstanding any delays by COVID-19…

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How many MCQs you need to solve daily for NEET-PG success?

How many MCQs you need to solve daily for NEET-PG success?What should you daily MCQ target be during NEET-PG preparation? When I was preparing for NEET-PG, AIIMS and other PG exams, I was continuously looking for feedback to ascertain if I was going in the right direction, if I was making progress daily towards NEET-PG…

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What to do after NEET-PG

Hello there!If you appeared for NEET-PG 2020, and suddenly feel existential, not sure what to do with your time and life anymore, you will find this article a godsend. When I first wrote NEET-PG a few years back, I remember feeling burnt-out during the preparation and as soon as I was done with the exam,…

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Divisions and Subdivisions of The Diencephalon

The following table summarises the Divisions and subdivisions of the diencephalon. DivisionsSubdivisionsPars dorsalis• Thalamus (dorsal thalamus)• MetathalamusMedial and lateralgeniculate bodies• EpithalamusPineal gland, habenularnuclei and commissure,and posterior …
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Fanconi syndrome triad

The classic triad of the skeletal lesions of hypophosphatemia (rickets or osteomalacia), renal aminoaciduria, and renal glycosuria is known as Fanconi syndrome. MORE ARTICLES
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