Food calms down your starving stomach, a glass of water feels like heaven to a thirsty throat. Medicine and medical treatments cure and offer aid for all the major diseases and dysfunctions of the human body. There’s a solution to possibly every problem. Similarly, while walking down a stringent career path, dedication and determination offer you the answers to all obstacles.
As a student, you all must be aware that the weightage of visual questions has increased in the exams. Such questions are formulated substantially to extract the major information and check upon your level of understanding along with your learning. And for the most obvious reasons, biology which eventually streamlines into other plant and animal-specific fields, as a subject can never be complete without diagrams. Without understanding the basic structures of plants and anatomy of humans, life sciences’ existence is questionable.
With NEET PG exams approaching, almost each and every aspiring doctor or a medical enthusiast is undergoing stress and anxiety. After covering each chapter an innumerable time to revising and re-reading all the topics and sub-topics for the hundredth time, there’s never surety of acing a full percentile preparation.
You have seen the exam pattern many a time, gone through the sample papers and past year question banks and papers, yet there’s the zeal to know the right way to attempt a particular type of question to score the maximum. So, here we are with some easy tips and tricks which will not only make it for your flourishing preparation but at the same time help you out with your NEET PG image-based questions. Subscribe to Egurukul VIBE for image based questions
MCQ types of questions don’t offer much time to think, and thus one has to be extremely thorough with the preparations. There is something with the human brain that enables us to remember and retain information for a longer period when conceived visually. Therefore learning with images is essentially important. Furthermore, digging deep into the science, visuals make it a lot easier to grasp the content. The brain activity sharply increases and the cognitive skills activate in a manner that coordinates your eye and hand movements, serving unique needs.
In general, the exam pattern for NEET PG has shifted from factual knowledge to more concept-based and clinical application one. Students thus might find it difficult to conquer it. However, it is observed that major visual-based questions are asked from the complicated subjects which are crucial from the examination point of view and carry more weightage namely, medicine, forensics, pharmacology, dental, orthopedics, radiology. Studying x-rays and MRI reports as a professional would involve a thorough understanding, identification, interpretation of the disorders, making the image-based questions further necessary.
Now you need not have to panic about preparing for these types of questions. Use these questions as an assistant to learn your syllabus better. As and when you summarize a topic, go through other books and web and find images related to it. This will clear your concepts and at the same time would concrete all your learnings. Keep DBMCI VIBE booklet with yourself separately and re-visit them every time you revise your subjects. Also, there are various books available in the market written by some great professionals and doctors which can further brush your knowledge and support you in the NEET PG and AIIMS examinations.
Also, on days where you feel anxious and are not able to concentrate on your theory notes, give yourself a break by studying visual questions. This will not just break the monotony of your study pattern but will help you recapitulate everything, relate and learn.
These questions might seem tricky and may even demand a detailed analysis, yet these will turn out to be extremely beneficial once you practice your profession. These are insights into the practical world and are clinical applications that are the ultimate goal as a medical professional. The tighter the grip over such image-based, visually answered questions, the higher are the success chances. Practical exposure is necessary as science is a professional subject that demands theory at the back end, but experience and application on the front. The clinical application is gaining so much importance that specialized technologies of Augmented reality and Visual reality are being used to design special applications that can teach potential medical staff and doctors about various diagnosis and diseases through the use of 3-D images, as the warriors of this field need to understand the human body practically more than through theory books and notes.
A light on the above-mentioned facts and pointers highlights the significance of the visual-based questions for NEET PG examinations. Theory compact with images leads a path to practical learnings and eventually to the application in a generated clinical environment. Especially for a profession that demands in-depth learning and knowledge, a profession that not only is noble but worshipped by every citizen, such educational pattern serves for the greater good of the society.
We as a team, wish all our readers good luck with their examinations. We hope that this blog helped you with your queries and doubts relating to the image-based questions in NEET PG.