Best Books for NEET Postgraduate (PG) Exam Preparation 2023

Let’s get started with the Best Books to prepare for the NEET Postgraduate (PG) 2023 examination.

Starting in 2013 the NBE (National Board of Examinations) administers NEET post-graduation (NEET-PG), an eligibility-cum-ranking examination prescribed as the single entrance examination for admission to various MD/MS and PG diploma courses in both government and private medical colleges in India.

This examination has replaced the All India Post Graduate Medical Entrance Examination (AIPGMEE).

Best Book for NEET Anatomy Preparation

Rajesh Kaushal or MCQ book by Dr. Raviraj

Self-assessment and review of Anatomy 

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Best Book for NEET Pharmacology Preparation

Gobind Rai Garg & Sparsh Gupta, Ranjan Patel

Review of Pharmacology 

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Best Book for NEET Biochemistry Preparation

Rebecca James

Self-assessment and review of Biochemistry 

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Best Book for NEET Forensic Medicine Preparation

Arvind Arora

Self-assessment and review of basic anatomy and forensic medicine

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Best Book for NEET Pathology Preparation

Sparsh Gupta & Devesh Mishra

Review of Pathology and Genetics

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Best Book for NEET Microbiology Preparation

Rachna Chaurasia or Apurba Sastry or Ananthanarayan and Paniker’s

Review of Microbiology and Immunology

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Best Book for NEET Pediatrics Preparation

Taruna Mehra or OP Ghai

Review of Pediatrics and neonatology 

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Best Book for NEET Medicine Preparation

Deepak Marwah or Mudit Khanna

Complete review of medicine for NBE

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Best Book for NEET Surgery Preparation

Pritesh Singh SRB

Surgery essence

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Best Book for NEET Physiology Preparation

Dr. Soumen Manna Dr. Krishna Kumar

Review of Physiology

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Best Book for NEET OBS and Gynae Preparation

Sakshi Arora

Self-assessment and review of obstetrics & Gynecology

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Best Book for NEET ENT Preparation

Manisha Sinha and Sachin Budhiraja

ENT for the entrance exam

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Best Book for NEET Ophthalmology Preparation

AK Khurana Ruchi Rai

Comprehensive Ophthalmology

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Best Book for NEET Orthopedics Preparation

Apurv Mehra

Orthopedics quick review

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Best Book for NEET Radiology Preparation

Rajat Jain

Review of Radiology

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Best Book for NEET Dermatology Preparation

Saurabh Jindal

Review of Dermatology

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Best Book for NEET Anesthesia Preparation

Profs by Vivek Jain

PROAFS Anesthesia for NBE

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Best Book for NEET Psychiatry Preparation

Praveen Tripathi

Review of Psychiatry

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Best Book for NEET Image-Based Preparation

Deepak Marwah

Final Edge image-based

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Candidate Criteria for the NEET PG 2023:

Students who have Indian citizenship and have an MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery) degree or provisional pass certificate as per the Indian Medical Council Act and MBBS registration certificate issued by the Indian or state medical council and have completed one year of internship or who are about to complete the training, are eligible to apply for the exam.

Students who have Indian citizenship, but have graduated from any foreign medical college, should qualify for the Medical Council of India Screening Test (also called the Foreign Medical Graduate Examination). They also need to be registered with the Indian or state medical council and should have completed one year of internship or are about to complete the internship.

Question Paper Pattern for the NEET PG 2023:

The question paper will consist of a total of 200 questions with 800 marks which will be divided into three sections i.e. Part A, Part B, and Part C. The section-wise distribution of questions includes 50 questions from Part A, 100 questions from Part B, and 150 questions from Part C.

S. No

Subject

Weightage of Questions

PART A

1.

Anatomy

17

2.

Physiology

17

3.

Biochemistry

16

PART B

4.

Pathology

25

5.

Pharmacology

20

6.

Microbiology

20

7.

Forensic Medicine

10

8.

Social and Preventive Medicine

25

PART C

9.

General Medicine Including Dermatology & Venereology & Psychiatry

45

10.

General Surgery Including Orthopedics, Anaesthesia, and Radiodiagnosis

45

11.

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

30

12.

Pediatrics

10

13.

ENT

10

14.

Ophthalmology

10

According to the exam pattern of NEET PG 2023, the syllabus for the examination will include all the subjects that were taught during MBBS. These subjects include Pre-Clinical, Para-Clinical, and Clinical.

The examination will be of 3 hours and 30 minutes and 4 marks will be awarded for each correct answer while 1 mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer.

To turn your dreams into reality make a schedule that lets you relax for a while, study from your self-made notes, plan your revisions ahead of time, and along with your preparation you need to take care of your mental health. Divide your time according to the subject’s weightage.

Frequently Asked Questions on NEET PG 2023

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All previous year’s question papers with detailed solution for NEET UG is available here

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Students who have Indian citizenship and have an MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery) degree or provisional pass certificate as per the Indian Medical Council Act and MBBS registration certificate issued by the Indian or state medical council and have completed one year of internship or who are about to complete the training, are eligible to apply for the exam.

Students who have Indian citizenship, but have graduated from any foreign medical college, should qualify for the Medical Council of India Screening Test (also called the Foreign Medical Graduate Examination). They also need to be registered with the Indian or state medical council and should have completed one year of internship or are about to complete the internship.

Cracking the NEET exam may seem hard at times but a dedicated candidate can crack it. Plan your preparation carefully and strategically, and practice a full-length mock test, revision should not be compromised, and relaxation is a must.

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