TARGET-JIPMER: JIPMER 2012 PG Medical Entrance Exam Authentic Questions with Explanatory Answers (Paperback)
100% genuine questions – Recalled by exam takers.
Subject-wise distribution of questions.
Explanatory answers with references from standard textbooks.
Point-by-point explanations and simple illustrations for easy understanding.
Reviewed by experts in concerned specialties.
About the Author Dr. T. Arun Babu is currently an Associate Professor in Deptt of Pediatrics at Indira Gandhi Medical college and Research Institute (IGMC&RI), Puducherry He completed his MD Pediatrics from JIPMER.
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a good book for last minute revision not only for jipmer but any indian pg medical entrance exam. the simple explanation helps us to understand the concepts better.
as in any other entrance guide the topics are arranged in a subjectwise manner. the greatest advantage of going for this book is that it is authored by an alumni of jipmer.
This is a subjectwise book to review the jipmer exam. Very structured in its format and good for a last minute review as well. Know ing that p.g students have to shuffle their studying patters to suit exams it is essential that they have a book that focusses on the repeats in an exam
Amazing and very Useful book to read in the last Minute
Very neatly explained.
Important tables and figures given
Would be ideal for last minute revision.
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