Monday, October 01, 2012

HOW TO CALCULATE NEET PG PERCENTILE?

How to calculate NEET PG Percentile ?
50 percentile cut-off is not percentage of marks you got. It is the relative position of you in comparison to all NEET candidates. It is just a calculation that how many of the total candidates are below your NEET score. For example think there are 1000 candidates for the NEET PG Entrance, and 680 of them got scores below your score. Then your percentile will be calculated as 68. In NEET PG 2013 you need to get at least 50 percentile to get admission to Medical PG programmes.

Thursday, September 27, 2012

NEET Syllabus 2012



SUBJECT-WISE DISTRIBITON OF QUESTIONS FOR NEET 2013
1 ANATOMY -              20
2 PHYSIOLOGY-          20
3 BIOCHEMISTRY -     20
4 PATHOLOGY -           15
5 MICROBIOLOGY -    15
6 PHARMACOLOGY-  15
7 FORENSIC MEDICINE- 9
8 OPHTHALMOLOGY-     9 
9 ENT -                                9
10 SPM, STATISTICS & BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH -20
11 GENERAL MEDICINE -21
      PSYCHIATRY - 4
      DERMATOLOGY & STD- 4
12 GENERAL SURGERY- 21
     ORTHOPEDICS- 3
     ANAESTHESIOLOGY,- 3
     RADIOLOGY- 3
13 OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY- 20
14 PAEDIATRICS- 9
GRAND TOTAL- 240
Note: Kindly note that the weightage of MCQ’s as above is indicative and purely
provisional. NBE reserves its rights to alter /vary /amend the same.
The syllabus of the above topics shall be as per the latest Graduate Medical
Education Regulations notified by the Medical Council of India with prior approval
of the Govt. of India. For Graduate Medical Education Regulations please refer
www.mciindia.org;

NEET-PG EXAM OF
240 QUESTIONS
(IN NUMBERS)