NEET – PG Exam Structure, Cut Offs and Subject wise Questions 2013

The first NEET - PG Examinations is going to a tough one as the examination structure and minimum cut off marks are higher than expected. Candidates will have no other option to go through the all subjects. NEET PG 2013 is an all India level entrance examination for admission to MD / MS programmes for the academic year 2013-14. Following are details of NEET - PG 2013 exam structure, subject wise marks analysis and cut off percentiles for various categories.

The NEET - PG 2012 will be a much tougher for the student of Andhra Pradesh as there is huge difference between the syllabus prescribed for previous exam conducted by NTR University of Health Sciences and the present NEET PG exam. NTR University examination emphasized on the final year syllabus. But in NEET PG candidates will have to study all the subjects from 1st to final year of the course.

Exam structure: NEET PG will consist of questions for 240 marks. Out of these questions, Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry will have 20 questions each thus making a total of 60 marks. Marks for other subjects are as follows:
1) Pathology, Microbiology and Pharmacology: 15 marks each
2) Forensic Medicine: 9 marks
3) NPM: 20 marks
4) General Medicine and Surgery: 21 marks for each subject.
5) OBG: 20 marks
6) Pediatrics, Ophthalmology, ENT: 9 marks each
7) Psychiatry, NTD, Orthopedics, Radiology and Anesthesiology: 3 marks each

Cut Offs for various categories:

1) General Category students: 50 percentile
2) SC, ST and OBC candidates: 40 percentile

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