DNB CET 2013 Exam Pattern & Syllabus

The DNB-CET medical entrance exam for post graduation medical courses is a three hour long, computer-based test delivered in English. The exam will be conducted twice daily and you will be allocated either a forenoon session (10am - 3:15pm) or an afternoon session (1:15am - 6:30pm). There are a total of 200 multiple-choice questions with no negative marking.

There would be a 15 minute tutorial at the beginning of the test that will help you get familiar with the features of the computer based test (eg: how to navigate between different questions, how to review questions, how to change or mark your answers etc.)

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The computer based test will allow you to navigate between various questions easily.

The test will contain questions from subjects taught at MBBS level including pre-clinical, para-clinical and clinical. The subject-wise weightage of questions is as follows:

S.NO.

SUBJECT

QUESTIONS

1

Anatomy

16

2

Physiology

16

3

Biochemistry

16

4

Pathology

12

5

Microbiology

12

6

Pharmacology

12

7

Forensic Medicine

8

8

Ophthalmology

8

9

ENT

8

10

SPM, Statistics & Biomedical Research

16

11

General Medicine

18

Psychiatry

4

Dermatology & STD

4

12

General Surgery

17

Orthopaedics

3

Anaesthesiology

3

Radiology

3

13

Obstetrics & Gynaecology

16

14

Paediatrics

8

GRAND TOTAL

200

 

Test syllabus

DNB CET will test you on subjects/ knowledge areas according to the "Graduate Medical Education Regulations" issued by the MCI.

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