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How To Pass MBBS: 10 Study Tips For Medical College Students

Today I passed my MBBS course from Rajshahi Medical College, Rajshahi, Bangladesh. At last, a long journey of 5 years with so much hard work has been rewarded. I am very happy with my result today. Today I will share some important tips and tricks for my junior brothers and sisters who are currently studying MBBS in various medical colleges around the world. I hope, these thoughts may come handy for their result.

God helps those who help themselves. This popular saying will be needed at every stage of your medical life. Here are 10 tips for you to pass MBBS easily with brilliant results.

How To Pass MBBS: 10 Study Tips For Medical College Students

1. Slow & Steady wins the race: If you are a brilliant student, but have less stamina, you will not be suitable for the medical profession. The medical profession does not require brilliant students. Rather, it requires hardworking students. So, work hard, be patient to win this game!

2. Go step by step: MBBS is one of the toughest courses in the world. It has been divided into several stages named as Professional Examinations [Prof]. You should set your goal for the upcoming prof, not for passing the Final Prof or MBBS. It will provide less pressure on your mind & you will do a lot better.

3. Regularity: Regularity is a big factor for passing the MBBS course easily. I have seen some brilliant but irregular students who fail to pass the MBBS exam in a single attempt. Similarly, some average students easily passed the exams as a result of their regularity in study and attendance in classes.

4. Group Study: A group study is very essential for passing MBBS in a single attempt. When you study in small groups, various new thoughts and tricks may be gathered from your friends. This ultimately helps you to memorize the lessons effectively.

5. Study Loudly: Many people read without uttering the texts, which results in difficulty in answering in viva exams. As the MBBS course contains viva exam as the main factor for passing, you must read loudly to be able to answer clearly at the viva board.

6. Seek Help From Seniors: Senior brothers and sisters can be very helpful in medical colleges. They can provide you useful suggestion, tricks, notes and thus help you overcome the obstacles.

7. Reading Textbooks: Although most of the students read guide books to pass in Exams, it is essential for you to read the original textbooks for getting good marks as well as clear conception. As MBBS is not the ultimate destination, you must read textbooks for appearing in post graduation courses. If you don’t read the textbooks during MBBS course, it will be difficult, rather impossible for you to do well in post graduation studies.

8. Good Character: Character means everything with which you are made of. You are a medical student. So, your outfit should speak for your profession. You should look like a gentleman. Teachers like those who are always gentle, wear clean dress, shoes and have short hair, no beard. In a word, a professional look is essential to pass exams, especially in viva boards.

9. Avoid Addictions: Addictions like smoking, politics, singing, blogging etc can be harmful for your medical career at times. It will be better if you can overcome these addictions.

10. Pray To God: Lastly, pray to God for your success. As God has the ultimate power to provide success and failure. I believe, this is the only reason for which I have passed in this exam. So, pray to God for your success. Then God will show you the ways.

Thanks for reading this post. Please pray for me as I am going to start my profession from tomorrow!

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Dr. Sujon Paul

The author of this post is Dr. Sujon Paul, an MBBS Doctor. He is also a blogger and updates this website [HITBANGLA.COM] regularly with fresh contents. Thank you for visiting this website. Contact Author: Facebook, Twitter & Google Plus

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  1. Hi sir. I have my 1st prof final exams in 1 month. Please suggest me a study plan. I am weak in Physiology.

    1. Make a routine yourself by considering more time in the subjects in which you are weak.

  2. My 2nd prof will be held on 17th July. I have not finished my preparation yet. What should I do if I want to pass on one attempt? I was regular and sincere on my items and terms but I have not studied during the last month before prof. I am too much panicked now. Please suggest me.

    1. There is no shortcut of study. Study according to a routine and try to memorize only the important information. It will give you more chance of being passed.

    2. Don’t be scared. Just faith on Allah.

  3. Thank you for your valuable message. I am going to enter my first year MBBS. Give me your suggestions.

    1. Be regular and work hard to gain success.

  4. I am going to join first year MBBS. It is very useful to me.

  5. Is it enough to study previous 15 years question papers for exams?

    1. Yes. 5 years is enough. 15 years is more than enough.

  6. Hi sir, I am studying now under edexcel private. And I don’t have Biology. I only have Physics, Chemistry and math. Will I be able to apply in any private medical university? In O level I have about a GPA of 3. Can I apply with the result?

  7. Sir, time required to prepare Pre-medical test? How many hours an MBBS student have to study per day?

    1. If you were regular in your HSC years, then 3 months time is enough for you. It varies from students to students. Some can complete the lesion in 2-3 hours while some read for 10-12 hours to complete it or gather extra knowledge to get extra marks.

  8. Vaiya, MBBS, Medicine course sesh korte mot koto bochor lage? Please ektu bolben.

  9. Hello, sir. I am a new 5th year student. Would you like to please tell me how I should study for the final year?

    1. Follow the tips in the above post.

  10. I’m planning to study MBBS in Sylhet Women’s Medical College. Is it the right decision or not?

  11. Hello sir. I am an average student. Can I pass MBBS?

  12. Sir, I am about to start my medical college life very soon away from my hometown meaning I am going to live in the college hostel. I wanted to know, is there a tradition of ragging in government medical colleges and hostels? I have lived a sheltered life and am terrified about the possibility of getting ragged by seniors.

    1. Yes, there is a tradition of ragging in almost all colleges and universities in Bangladesh. But, the type varies from institutions to institutions. You will get more info about it from any senior of your medical college.

  13. I disagree with the sentence, “Medical profession doesn’t require brilliant students.” It obviously does. Those who don’t have brains and were forced by their parents to study medicine can end up passing the degree with some mere bookish knowledge and a job of a doctor in a place like Bangladesh that pays less than a Mcdonalds worker. Memorizing all the stuffs like a crazy can’t make someone a physician who can be accepted in the developed parts of the world. So, it requires brains along with hard work to be succeeded as a doctor and the kind of success everyone should be looking for is to be recognized as a doctor in other parts of the world, not only in Bangladesh. Now, many doctors of Bangladesh fail to pass the licensing exam in developed countries. Why? Because they don’t have the brain that is required for being a real doctor. Besides, medical study in developed countries requires a High level of grade (straight a’s) and an intensive admission test which is not seen here. So almost anyone can study medicine which makes a huge difference between different medical students. One part of them have brains and the others only do some “hardwork” which definitely can’t bring the success I’m talking about.

  14. Do we have to give the exams of previous years repeatedly?

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