I’ve compiled this simple FAQ To get you pointed in the right direction
NEET / INICET Test Concepts But vary the details
And the details will change! There are virtually infinite ways to test a particular concept
Imagine that u missed a question on Cardiogenic Shock
U might memorize that the detail u needed to know was that the cardiac output is low in cardiogenic shock. Simple, right?
However, do u think they will always ask the Question in the same way? Of course not. The next time u see a question on Cardiogenic shock, they may ask u what the left ventricular end-diastolic volume is
Or perhaps the hydrostatic pressure in the pulmonary capillaries, left atrium, and right ventricle. Or maybe the serum lactate levels, urine output, and temperature of the extremities
If u don’t UNDERSTAND the concepts, you’ll be confused when they change the details but keep the ideas the same
Test writers shape NEET and INICET questions to test your " Transfer " ability
Transfer means that when I learn a particular topic, I can use it in a different context
An example would be memorizing the equation
MAP = CO * TPR
I might remember this
However, an example of Transfer would be if I could use it to consider why a patient in the Emergency Department might be Tachycardiac and Hypotensive
Can u actually use the equation u memorized?
Do u know how to interpret the direct Vs. Indirect bilirubin in the context of a nauseous patient with fever?