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Toppers Dos in FMGE preparation:

  1. Learn the Syllabus & high yields: 
    • It’s essential to study all 19 subjects & analyze the syllabus to calibrate the volume & extend of their preparation.
    • High yield subjects, chapters & topics should be given more importance & time.

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  1. Choose the appropriate materials for the preparation:
    • Choose the best one that covers all your syllabus in a didactic manner.
    • You also need materials for the MCQ practice, therefore choose some with past papers (FMGE+ NBE) & practice tests with the latest pattern with good explanatory answers & the references.

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  1. Make your own notes:
    • Nothing can replace a good set of your own notes.
    • Summarize what you studied in mind maps,  flow charts & tables through critical thinking.
    • Include important applications and examples & personal keywords.
    • It’s proved to be very helpful during a quick revision strategy preceding the exam days.

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  1. Identify the academic strengths and weaknesses & adapt accordingly:
    • Plan to spend more time on those chapters & topics that gave you trouble, and less time on your strong subjects instead of making the common mistake of leaving the tougher topics for the last.
    • Most of the aspirants concentrate only on the strong areas and concentrate less on the weaker ones, therefore dedicate more time to your weak sections.

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  1. Regular Revisions to improve recall:
    • Revision is the key to retention & recall of the vast amount of information at the time of the exam.
    • Revise all topics regularly: It’s advised to revise minimum 3 times before the exam.

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  1. Practice tests regularly & attempt mock tests:
    • Success in the FMGE depends on the accuracy & time management of your test-taking regardless of how well you are prepared.
    • Practice tests as many as possible + regularly with chapter wise wise /subject wise practice tests & past papers to expose yourself to a variety of MCQs on different topics.
    • Practice tests help to diagnose your competency (strengths and weaknesses) to cope up with your weaker areas, increase confidence level & desensitize the exam anxiety.
    • Mock Tests: boost your confidence level, build up your accuracy & aid in time management.

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  1. Effective time management:
    • Develop your personal schedule (divide time slots with content to be covered with guilt-free breaks).
    • Self-discipline: Success is not possible without strict adherence to the schedule
    • Take regular & guilt-free breaks.

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  1. Monitor your performance:
    • The illusion of Competence: you will not be able to know how much you have learned without practice.
    • Attempt tests & mocks as many as possible to provide real-time feedback on your performance.
    • Record your performance & assess your performance.

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Toppers Don’ts in FMGE preparation:

  1. Don’t undervalue yourself with negative thinking:
    • Fortify yourself with positive thinking.
    • Believe in yourself and keep a positive attitude which will have a great impact on your preparation & direct you to achieve your goal but avoid negative attitude will drain your energy.
    • You can win only when you believe in yourself.

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  1. Don’t wait for the time to come:
    • Perfectionist trap: Most of the aspirants have an illusion that it’s not the best time to start the preparation which is one of the key reasons or procrastination.
    • Convince yourself this is the best time to start & keep moving.

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  1. Don’t let your illusion of Competence to take over you:
    • Identify your academic strengths and weaknesses.
    • Clear your conceptual doubts immediately otherwise it won’t be possible to implement these concepts in the twisted MCQs.

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  1. Don’t simply mug up the facts:
    • The weightage of concept-based MCQs keeps increasing over time.
    • Mugging up the facts will not assist in the twisted MCQs or concept based MCQs.

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  1. Do not hesitate to discuss & clear your doubts:
    • Knowledge = 1/Ego
    • Banish your ego & discuss with your friends to clear your doubts.
    • Do not misperceive that not knowing something is stupidity.

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  1. Don’t use multiple study resources:
    • Appropriate & good study materials are the most essential component of any exam preparation.
    • Do not jump from one resource to another: Avoid using multiple & unfamiliar materials to prevent uncertainty, confusion, delay in preparation & to make your revision easy + effective.

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  1. Don’t read everything that people tell:
    • It’s a waste of time when you beat around the bush.
    • Learn your syllabus & high yield topics to focus on what read.
    • High yield subjects & topics should be given more importance & time.

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  1. Don’t answer the questions in the sequence or one go:
    • Answer questions in clusters of 5 or 10 as a minimum (Never attempt to Solve all questions in one go).
    • Difficult MCQs: Allot time to go back to rethink difficult items at the end while setting your pace.
    • Do not linger too long over a tough question: take not more than 50 seconds to answer each question.

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  1. Don’t forget to mark all the MCQs:
    • Every question counts: do not skip any MCQs & mark all because there is no negative marking.
    • Trust your educated guess: There is no substitute for knowing your material but there are ways to use the information presented to make an educated guess when you can’t remember your material.

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