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Pathways for PG medical education in the UK for Indian students: Clinical Dermatology (Dr. Arunima Sharma)

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4 mn read Hi Dr. Arunima, we found your career progression to choose Clinical Dermatology in the UK quite interesting. There is very less information available regarding Pathways for PG medical education in the UK for Indian students. We request you to share the Pathway you took for PG medical education in the UK with the readers on World Surgery Forum. It would be great if you can spare some time in answering the questions below.

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MY SUCCESS STORY: ACHIEVING MY DREAM BRANCH MCH NEUROSURGERY (By Dr. UDBHAV BANSAL)

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2 mn read   Biggest dilemma after Post Graduation (in my case,after M.S.General Surgery) was whether to seek a job, settle down in life , have kids or to give a shot at Higher studies (DM/Mch).   I  have been away from home and family for around 10 years , married recently, got stuck in the see saw […]

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Enjoying success and staying balanced in failure : Philosophy for staying calm during the NEET SS Exam (By DR Vinayak Rengan)

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2 mn read   The NEET SS exam is scheduled for September 15th 2020. At this conjecture, I am tempted to tell you that this is the most important exam of your lives. But the truth is far from that. This is the least important of all the exams you have attempted. Most of you are practising surgeons […]

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How I prepared for NEET PG: Dr Vinay Kumar Rai

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6 mn read It was 2014. After wasting an year in post internship syndrome,the world seemed to stand still. With whopping 5 digit numbers in All India and State Entrances, I had started questioning my inner self if I was an apt fit to this profession. Should I sit back and prepare again or should I get a […]

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Best NEET PG Inspiring Stories and NEET PG Motivational Youtube Videos

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5 mn read All medical students while in Medical college, Internship or during NEET PG or NEET SS preparation phase at some point go through a rough patch where the life seems so tough, that you feel like giving up. Not the society, not your family, not your seniors or your spouse could actually understand what you go […]

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NEET PG Success Stories: Dr Ashutosh Karn

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5 mn read By Dr Ashutosh Karn February 2 at 8:55 pm Source: https://www.facebook.com/groups/neetpgsupport/permalink/4055020137845259/ Guys , don’t feel low if you didn’t get what you expected. Just wanted to share a short NEET PG Success story of mine, after seeing many posts I can imagine myself I have been there too in same boat frustrated. But I just […]

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NEET PG Success Stories: Dr Abhinaya Jeyaraman

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3 mn read By Dr Abhinaya Jeyaraman Source: https://www.facebook.com/groups/neetpgsupport/permalink/4045569935456946/ Yes a proud mommy here with 3 words, “Ask, Believe, Receive” #Ennampolvaazhkai as my mother says❤️ Finally all the hardwork and sleepless nights paid off. It has taken me 18 exams to be able to post the result of this 19th exam! (Not ashamed as they were all my stepping stones)! […]

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