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Preparing for 3rd Professional in Just One Month

Yes, it is possible. The only thing u need is time management and good memory. 3rd prof is easy but with some uncertainities  esp for ENT.

Suppose u have just one month to study and prepare for 3rd Prof then here is the schedule.

ENT:

Start with ENT as this is lenghty as compared to Eye and Community Medicine and after completing it you can have some satisfacion that u are standing somewhere.



Ent--7 days.

Ideally u should have covered ENT during ward time or give 13 days of ur sendup prep to ENT. Ushould, I repeat u should do every chapter of Dhingra for safe side and for some confidence during viva but in the end its all Good Luck which can get u through it.

So in prof,
 ENT = 7 days.

Day 1 & 2  =  Ear
Day 3         =  Nose
Day 4         =  Larynx and Pharynx
Day 5         =  Surgeries ( do indication,technique.complications of all but u have to do mastoidectomies, tonsillectmy, adenoidectmy, Caldwell-Luc,  SMR and septoplasty complete including position etc)
Day 6         =  Oral cavity, Thyroid, Esophagus, Neck masses and Laser etc.
Day 7         =  Revision or if u are behind schedule.

EYE

Eye           =   5 days

Day 1        =   Errors of refraction, Eyelids, Lacrimal apparartus,
Day 2        =   Cornea, conjunctiva.
Day 3        =   Lens, Glaucoma
Day 4        =   Retina, Squint
Day 5        =   Misc and minor chapters like sclera etc.

If u do Saleem Akhtar then u will remember 80% of Eye while in exam but if u do Jatoi u will only remember 50%. But to remember 100% u will have to do it during ward, sendup prep also.


Community Medicine

CM          =    4 Days

Day 1      =    Biostat, epi, research
Day 2      =    Communicable diseases
Day 3      =    Nutition, health etc
Day 4      =    Misc and minor topics 
Do Mam Saira book.

Patho

Patho    =      15 days

Day 1      =    Male, female repro
Day 2      =    Kidney all, 
Day 3      =    Blood vessels
Day 4      =    Heart
Day 5      =    Liver, Pns
Day 6      =    Git, pancreas 
Day 7     =    CNS (selective)
Day 8     =    Endo
Day 9      =   Endo 
Day 10     =    Lung (tumors,pneumoconiosis, asthma,emphysema)
Day 11     =   Bones and joints, skin (only headings)
Day 12      =   Blood
Day 13      =   Blood
Day 14    =    Past papers and revision
Day 15   = Revision

Its best that u cover patho in tests and give 15 days to it in sendup prep.




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