This book has been written keeping in mind the needs of students preparing for various postgraduate entrance examinations and MCI screening test. Nowadays, mastery over short subjects has become a key to get a good rank. In most of the exams (including AIIMS, PGI and NEET), at least 5-6 questions are being asked from psychiatry. If students can spare 5-6 days for psychiatry, they would be easily be able to get those questions correct and that will make a real difference in the final ranks achieved.
A Guide for Preparation of All India Exam 2015-16, Volume 3 By Arvind arora and Amit Tripathi contains subject:
In any PG Entrance examination in India, FIVE CLINICAL SHORT SUBJECTS plays a big role in qualifying the exam :
2. Radio-diagnosis & Radiotherapy
5. Skin & STDs
These 5 subjects are considered as BACKBONE of your preparation for any medical entrance examination. Attempting PGMEE exam without PROAFS subjects is an invitation to disastrous result.
Getting into a medical college for PG is not a cake-walk. All books available in market for PROAFS are based on older NBE examination pattern MCQ’s with high-difficulty level questions and extremely detailed explanation. So these books end up wasting crucial time of students. We at CBS strive to provide the best content to students to help them achieve their goals.Keeping this in mind we have come up with a book considering a student’s valuable time, requirements and a result oriented approach :
PROAFS for NBE
- Authentic “Recent Pattern Questions” (2012-2015) with Explained and Referenced answers
- AIIMS, PGI, UPSC, JIPMER, State PG, MO Exams (1991-2015) with Explained and Referenced answers
- One Stop Junction for ALL MCQs in the Market
- Topic and Sub-topic wise arranged Theory and MCQs
- Over 200 IMAGE-BASED MCQs integrated with Theory
- Sets of Annexures added subject-wise for high scoring approach
- Sets of Golden Points added subject-wise based on Recent MCQs
- High yield Tables and Mnemonics for easy memorization
- Differential Diagnosis for tackling challenging Clinical MCQs
- Older MCQs highlighted as Q
- New User-friendly layout
- Multi-colour printing with clarity in Text matter and Images
- Author: Well-recognised faculty involved in teaching PGMEE aspirants across India and abroad for the past 13 years
Review of PGMEE vol 2, 12E (AAA)
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Psychiatry: PreTest Self-Assessment & Review is the perfect way to assess your knowledge of psychiatry for the USMLE Step 2 CK and shelf exams. You'll find 500 USMLE-style questions and answers that address the clerkship's core competencies along with detailed explanations of both correct and incorrect answers. All questions have been reviewed by students who recently passed the boards and completed their clerkship to ensure they match the style and difficulty level of the exam.
- 500 USMLE-style questions and answers
- Detailed explanations for right and wrong answers
- Targets what you really need to know for exam success
- Student tested and reviewed
Psychiatry: PreTest Self-Assessment & Review is the closest you can get to seeing the test before you take it. Great for clerkship and the USMLE Step 2 CK! Psychiatry: PreTest asks the right questions so you'll know the right answers. Open it and start learning what's on the test.
- This book is designed as a supplement to the standard textbooks.
- It includes the Referenced - MCQs (of previous years papers) of various PO Medical Entrance and Services Examinations
- Specialty-wise and Chapter-wise arranged.
- The students while preparing the text or just before the examination can quickly go through this book.
- This will help in detecting the areas of weakness in understanding the text and thus will improve the skills with multiple choice system of examination.
- It is a favourite book for Paper-setters.
Preparing for PG final Psychiatry exam, I found the topics more useful going through the questions for revision in an orderly manner, divided chapter-wise and paper wise. There was no book in the market which gave that convenience and guidance to the students. So for that sake I have collected the old question papers and started to sort them out chapter-wise. I also have prepared notes of all the difficult questions which were asked in previous examinations and for which answers are not available in the standard text books that are being followed by PG students like Synopsis, Vyas Ahuja, Oxford textbook or the voluptuous CTP. Hence I made notes of all these answers from various sources like Wikipedia, Pubmed and some from my MRCPsych material. I found this compilation very useful and helpful in preparation for final M.D exam. It was time saving and gave me an advantage of performing better in the exam, compared to the other students. So I have decided to put forward this notes of mine with the support and advice of my colleagues for publication to help the PG psychiatry students in preparing for their MD final exam. I welcome any criticism that would help me better the book in the next edition Please give me your feedback about the book.
- Key Features:
- Comprehensive quick reference guide for final MD (Psychiatry) examination.
- Topics are presented in an orderly manner and divided into topicwise and chapterwise for the convenience of students, so that their preparation can be methodical and complete.
- Text matter is compiled, based on standard textbooks and sources like Wikipedia, Pubmed, etc.
- Also covered are extra, so called surprise questions, that are expected to appear in the examination.