AIIMS INI CET 2021 to be held on July 22: Tips and tricks to pass the exam in one go



Led by AIIMS, the Combined Entrance Test Exam of the Institute of National Importance (INI CET) is organized to allow admission to PG courses such as Master of Surgery (MS), Doctorate in Medicine (MD), Master of Dental Surgery (MDS), Doctor of Medicine (DM) and Master of Surgery (MCh) offered by eight AIIMS, including AIIMS Delhi, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Jodhpur, Patna, Raipur and Rishikesh, and NIMHANS Bengaluru, JIPMER Puducherry and PGI Chandigarh.

The review was scheduled to take place on June 16, 2021, but has been postponed due to growing demand for postponement. The revised INI CET 2021 date has been announced. It’s July 22, 2021. The admission card will be released on July 15, 2021.

The Institute of National Importance 2021 Combined Entrance Test is a 3-hour computer-based exam, in which candidates are required to solve 200 questions.

The INI CET 2021 program consists of different sections with a variety of topics included. The MD and MS course curriculum is divided into three sessions which are preclinical, paraclinical and clinical sciences. The syllabus of the MDS course is based on the subjects studied within the framework of BDS.

The secret to deciphering INI CET 2021 lies beyond all the standard tips and tricks. Here are a few things you should be aware of as you start to prepare for the CET INI:

1. Aspirants should be familiar with the exam models and the syllabus. They should know the subjects and the exam model before starting their preparation.

2. They should plan everything before they begin preparation, such as which topics to study first, and they should review the notes they have taken over the past few days.

3. Applicants should simply review the topics they have covered so far. They should not touch on a new topic.

4. Good time management should be followed by the students. They are advised to allocate 4 to 6 hours per day for a subject.

5. Make sure that the concepts of the topics that were covered earlier are sufficiently clear. It is important to understand the concepts because most of the questions in the various topics in the article are conceptual.

6. Applicants should refer to and resolve previous year’s topics from AIIMS PG, JIPMER, PGIMER. Analyze the level of difficulty of the questions, the weighting of the subjects, etc. from the subjects of the previous year.

7. Aspirants should continue to review topics and ensure that important points and concepts are clear.

8. Be confident in your preparation because the INI CET program is very extensive and also includes subjects of long subjects.

9. Questions based on the application are very important. Do more and more MCQs to achieve precision. Clinical questions are the most important.

10. Students are advised to solve more and more mock tests in order to know what type of questions the exam has.

11. Don’t refer to too many books to clarify the concept of a topic. Prepare only from the books you already prepared earlier.

Below are some books that can be referred to to prepare INI CET 2021:

1. Self-assessment and examination of the INI-CET
2. Pharmacology MCQ for Postgraduate Medicine Entrance Examination in India
3. Gateway to the AIIMS MDS entrance exam
4. MCQ in medicine, 2nd edition
5. MCQ in endocrinology for the MD entrance exam
6. Human anatomy and physiology
7. Manual of clinical neuroanatomy
8. The Basics of Forensic Medicine
9. DC Dutta’s Manual of Obstetrics
10. Pediatric clinical examination
11. Basics of medical physiology
12. Essentials of medical pharmacology
13. Pharmacology for medical graduates
14. BD Chaurasia’s Manual of General Anatomy
15. Microbiology of diseases by taxonomy
16. Dermatology examination
17. Kaplan and Sadock’s Complete Handbook of Psychiatry

INI CET 2021 is in a few days. Therefore, follow the tips mentioned above to increase your chances of being selected for the INI CET exam. Aspirants should not panic, stay focused, and do their best.

Advice from Gaurav Tyagi, Founder – Career Xpert.

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