Akanksha Nag sion topper

1.Congratulations on achieving such an amazing feat.   Tell  us  a  bit  about  yourself. Please  also  tell  us  your individual  marks  in  each subject.

        Hie! I am Akanksha Nag..I study in Lokmanya Tilak municipal medical college,  Sion. I am currently in second year MBBS.
I got a score of 484/600 in my First year University Exams I.e. 80.67%
 My individual marks
 Are anatomy 155/200
Physiology 157/200
And biochemistry 172/200.
2.So, when all of  this  is  new  and the  rest  of  us  are  still  busy  figuring the  head and tail  of  the  subject,  how  did you tackle  and master  the  syllabus?
It wasn’t that difficult to manage the syllabus as I used to study 3-4 hours everyday. I used to discuss with my friends which helped me in memorizing a lot of things! And I read good books!
For Anatomy BD Chaurasia and Netters Atlas, for Physiology Guyton and Ganong and for Biochemistry Satyanarayan
3.Did you have  a  set  schedule, a time  table  that  you stuck to?  What  were  the  daily  hours  that  you put in self study  ?
 Yes I have a fixed schedule. That includes 5 hours of daily study.

 

4.Did you have  a  different  methodology  of  tackling  the  subjects?  Any  special  notes  that  you prepared?

 It was reading the textbooks thoroughly to have a good concept of every topic.
 I never read in question answer format for university’s. My lecture notes helped me a lot

 

5.Was there  any  help  that  you acquired while  exam  preparation?  Like  any  visual  aids  any  professional guidance?  Or  those  little  tit  bits  that  the  professors  tell  us  but  none  other than the  toppers  pay  attention to? Please  share  with us.

Internet Helped in solving A lot of doubts, YouTube And Google. I would prefer the later

 

6.Could you give  some  important  pointers  on  Exam  writing skills?  

 Read the text and having confound knowledge.
Draw as many flowcharts and diagrams.
Write the answers in a point wise manner.
It’s about reading things with interest and understanding them very well.
Understanding their clinical application, that helps a lot.

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