JIPMER PG 2020 mock test for MD/MS and MDS exam is now available

JIPMER PG 2020 mock test for MD/MS and MDS exam is now available
Team Careers360 | Jun 17, 2020 - 11:46 a.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: For better preparation of the MD/MS & MDS entrance exam, JIPMER Puducherry has released the mock test for the Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research for Postgraduate (JIPMER PG) on June 16, 2020, on the official website, jipmer.edu.in. In order to make the candidates familiar with the exam pattern, level of the question, the mock test has been released in online mode. The mock test of JIPMER 2020 is designed in a way to allow the candidates to know the difficulty level of the questions asked in the exam. The mock test will also provide the basic layout and variation in the questions asked.

By going through the mock test, candidates will be aware of the time spent in attempting a question, switching from one question to another, and the submission of responses and many more.

Steps to use the JIPMER PG Mock test
Candidates can follow the below-mentioned steps to use the facility of the mock test for MD/MS & MDS entrance exam preparation.

  • Visit the official website, jipmer.edu.in, and select the ‘Mock Test’.

  • Click ‘OK’ on the pop-up a notification asking for permission to transfer the link to the login portal.

  • Click on the login with already filled credentials.

  • Candidates will be required to be read the appeared instructions carefully.

  • Click on the ‘Disclaimer box’ accepting the terms and conditions.

  • Now, candidates will be able to access the mock test questions on the screen, one by one.

  • Use the facilities of the mock test by attempting the questions.

  • Candidates are advised to constantly keep track of the time displayed on the screen.

About the JIPMER PG
The entrance exam will be held on June 21, 2020, in a computer-based mode for granting admission to 125 Masters of Surgery (MS) and Doctor of Medicine (MD) seats offered Puducherry campus. The exam will comprise 250 questions for MD/MS, while 100 questions will be asked for the MDS course, from MBBS and BDS curriculum.

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