NEET PG Sample Papers: The participating level of the medical examination increases each year. In order to crack the exam and grab a seat in the elite medical institutes, it is important to cover all the aspects of preparation. Sample papers and previous year papers is one part of the preparation. With these candidates can get an idea of the paper pattern. NEET PG 2019 will be conducted on January 6, 2019 across 41 cities.
NEET PG 2019 Sample Papers – Importance
The sample papers of NEET PG are beneficial for better preparation for the entrance test.
To use these sample papers efficiently, applicants must solve the question paper as per the prescribed exam pattern. It will help in understanding the paper pattern.
During the practice, candidates must try to solve NEET sample papers within the allotted time limit i.e. three hours thirty minutes (3 hours 30 minutes). This will help aspirants to enhance their time management skills.
After solving the practice/ sample papers, aspirants can match their answers with the solutions provided below in the practice papers to calculate their probable scores.
Once the score is calculated applicants can analyses their preparation level and work on the weaker sections.
How to Download NEET PG Demo Test?
For all you desirous aspirants, you can practice our exclusive sample/ question papers by following the below easy steps:
Step 1: Visit the official portal of NBE i.e. nbe.edu.in
Step 2: Select ‘NEET PG’ link.
Step 3: On the right of TOC, select the option ‘Demo Test’.
Step 4: Enter your NEET PG credentials namely Registration No. and Password.
Step 5: Submit and start taking the demo/ mock test of NEET PG.
Direct Link to access the Mock Test of NEET PG – Click Here
NEET PG 2019 Exam Pattern
Before starting to solve the sample papers, candidates must be familiar with Exam Pattern of NEET PG. It provides the information of the structure of entrance test. NEET PG exam contains 200 objective type question from Physics, Chemistry, Biology and General Knowledge, Aptitude and Logical Thinking as per the NEET PG Syllabus defined by Medical Council of India.