Hello Arshita..!! Cracking NEET is not something which can be accomplished easily. It will need lots of hard work and concentration. But sometimes, hard work cannot assure you the sure success. For this, you have to study smart also apart from just studying hard for NEET exam. You have to start your preparations with the NCERT Books. These are really good books and you must start your preparation with these books only. Most of the questions in NEET come from the NCERT Books, so it will be really beneficial to go for them first. After, that you can jump on various books like HC Verma, MTG's boo

2 answers in Physician Doctor category

Hi Rahim,   The examination content for any competitive exam should as per the syllabus followed by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the body which prescribes NCERT books in schools. It is quite difficult to clear an entrance exam, as prestigious as AIIMS by only studying NCERT books, because you'll not be able to develop a deep insight and proper understanding of any given topic. It is therefore, advised to study only the relevant topics in reference books in detail for focussed preparation of a competitive exam. A review of the last three years entrance examination papers wi

3 answers Nidhi Arora in Physician Doctor category

Dear aspirant, First of all I would like to appreciate you that you came on right platform for right guidance. As per your question that your goal is to become a doctor. As you know that for becoming a doctor, at least you have to complete [MBBS from good University or Institute][1]. I would like to suggest you that before applying for admission in any Institute or University, you must check whether Institute or University is MCI ( Medical council of India) approved or not, because some private University in India are not MCI approved.   Now I want to make you aware about one th

1 answer Ashwani  Mohan in Physician Doctor category

Dear Student, Thank for approaching [MeraCarrerGuide.com][1] as you are looking for two medical sciences as well as computer sciences both as a core course which is not possible. [Minimum qualification for medical entrance][2] test is biology -botany -zoology, physics, and chemistry at twelve level with minimum sixty percent, this is the minimum qualification to appear into any medical test like CBSE conducts All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT),Army school of Medical Defence has Armed Force Medical College (AFMC) which is established for defence medical service, Christian Medical College

2 answers Gomathi Venkat in Physician Doctor category

Dear Aspirant, Welcome to [meracareerguide][1]We are happy to guide you through to a perfect career.Great to see your positive attitude towards your future. You selected medicine as your career and it is service oriented. Therefore every field related to medicine is basically a service to humanity. You are different from others because you want to serve mankind. I appreciate it and feel proud about you.In my opinion, you should not worry about the specialisation you are going to take in your post graduate level of qualification or studies. Initially you need to complete your graduation. G

3 answers Renu in Physician Doctor category

A very good question, but a really difficult one to answer.Since Bips is not a regular combination and a rare one it took me a difficult time to hunt for the answer.But never the less the good news is that you could study further any [course right from Medical][1] to [Pharmacy][2] to [Engineering][3] to Designing to [Biotechnology][4]. Mostly as per the rules you are eligible to appear for the State level exams, as far as the All India entrance exams are concerned, the site does not mention any such criteria, so you may be eligible to appear for those exams as well.As far as BITSAT is conc

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Physician Doctor category