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Final Year

Final Year Page.

I continue to stand with majestic grandeur
Having witnessed crowded terraces and verandahs
of the Patiala Block
I can vividly recall past memories with a sigh

"Oh I have seen all those who have passed"


The Art of Making a CV

Loving Bailey and Love - Amna Khalil's guide to surgery

Delving into Davidson - Amna Khalil's guide to medicine

Final Year Frenzy - The Complete Study Guide  
The Ultimate Guide to Final Year

Final Year Study Guide Complete Subjects
By Saba Fatima

Final Year Guide to SURGERY

Final Year Guide to Medicine

Golden Tips of Dr. Nadeem Goraya for Gynecology and Obstetrics Very Helpful


Gynecology & Obstetrics Study Guide | High Yield Topics | Notes 
Surgery Study Guide | High Yield Topics
Pediatrics Study Guide | High Yield Topics
Medicine Study Guide | High Yield Topics



Final Year Professional Exam - Written Past Papers (Complete collection) *2014*
Medicine A
Medicine B
Surgery A
Surgery B

Ward Tests
 Gyne and Obs Ward Test Unit 2 Guide By Sadaf Hafeez
Surgery Ward Test
Peripheral Nerve Examination (Important for prof as well)
This is a great article that summarizes the key-points of all that you're gonna do in the surgical ward rotations.

Final Prof Survival Kit

Final Prof Overall Marks Distribution
Surgery Marks Distribution and Important Topics
Medicine Marks Distribution and Important Topics
     Final Year Medicine - Important Drug doses
Pediatrics Marks Distribution and Important Topics
Obstetrics Marks Distribution and Important Topics
       Gynecology Important Topics
Examination Pattern for Obs & Gynae Viva TOACS


Final Year Prof Viva Questions

Surgery  till 2013
Pediatrics till 2013
Final Year Viva Questions from TSDocs Older

Surgery Instruments

Gynae Obs..Instruments
Gynae/Obs; Models

Final yr. Paeds. OSCE

Examination Pattern for Obs & Gynae Viva TOACS

KemLife in Final Year
An inspiring piece by the late professor

  (If you are a doctor – Read this article.)
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2. Dengue Fever Epidemic (click here)
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 Verdict: Baseless, illogical reasoning

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