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AIIMS MDS NOVEMBER 2013 : QUESTIONS & ANSWERS


 AIIMS PG DENTAL NOV. 2013 MDS QUESTION PAPER (TENTATIVE )


  1. Virus culture is done on
    a. embryonated egg 
    b. non embryonated egg
    c. sarboud's agar
    d. blood agar 
  2. Ester L.A is contraindicated in:
    a)cholinesterase difficiency
    b)cougalatiin disordrs
    c)diabetic nephropathy,
    d) hyperparathyroidism
  3. Premaxillary part supplied by
    • Nasopalatine
    • Glossopharyngeal,
    • greater palatine,
    • anterior pharyngeal
  4. precision depend on
    • sample size
    • null hypothesis
    • type of study
    • alternate hypothesis
  5. For admission pt in hospital priority wil b gvn to...
    • pt with airway obstructn..
    • pt with head injury ...
    • pt with circulatory shock..
    • pt wit # in leg
  6. while maintaining airway which nerve gets
    affected at angle of mandible ??
    • 7
    • 9
    • 10
    • ?
  7. Dentin bonding agent... Hydrophobic part
    • attaches to collagen
    • of dentine
    • hydroxyapetite of enamel
    • resin of composite
  8. Band n loop contraindicated in all xcept?
    A. Single tooth missing in post region
    b. Lower ant. Crowding
    c. Mod to severe space loss
    d. High caries succeptibility
  9. Care index –
    (a) ratio of missing teeth to healthy teeth
    (b) ratio of filled teeth to teeth present
    (c) no. Of filled teeth per person
    (d) ratio of denture users to non denture users
  10. Dmf index measures what?
    A. Quantitative index
    b. Qualitative index
    c. Normal
    d.
  11. Dmf index measures what?
    A. Cumulative caries experience
    b. Oral hygeine
    c.
    D.
  12. The pyramidal shaped interdental gingiva is...
    A. Non kiratenized
    B. Parakeratinized.....
    C. Has less blood supply
    D. In cementum
  13. Oclusal rest provide by all except?
    Horizontal stability
    Retension
    Verticl stop
    Support?
  14.  Not a type of maxillary rpd using base metal
    lingual U plate
    palatal strap
    palatal plate
    ?
  15.  Split lingual bar is not preferred in
    contemporary partial denture, major disadvantage
    is a.
    complex design
    b.entrapment of tissues
    c.inadequate retention
    d.inadequate stability
  16.  Graft for mandibular reconstruction-
    Ant iliac crest
    Post. Iliac crest
    Rib
  17.  Condyle is displaced medialy after fracture due
    to which muscle
    Medial pterygoid
    Lateral pterygoid
    Masseter
  18.  A patient having 102 celcius temp n lateral
    incisor non restorable carious left cheek is soft n
    palpable- treatment wud be-
    Antibiotics
    Incision n drainage
    Aspiration
    Heat and fluids
  19.  Patient taking steroid undergoing oral surgery is
    given prior medication of
    Antibiotics
    Antihistamines
    Adrenaline to prevent shock
  20.  Which of this cause sleep apnea
    Orbital fracture
    Mandibular ameloblastoma
    Tmj ankylosis
    Dentigerous cyst
  21.  Bilateral circumferential echymosis is seen in
    a. Blow out fracture
    b. Lefort 3
    c. Condylar fracture
    d. ?
  22.  In gillies approach where is the forcep inserted?
    A. Between temporalis muscle and bone
    b. Superficial fascia and temporais fascia
    c. Temporalis muscle and fascia
    d. Skin and superficial fascia
  23.  Laser used to break adhesions in tmj
    arthoscopya.
    hol-yag
    b.er-yag
    c.he ne
    d.argon
  24.  Latest first line management of trigeminal
    neuralgia
    anticonvulsant drug
    radiofrequency ablation
    peripheral neurectomy
  25.  Direct method of wiring
    A.gilimor
    B.risdon.
    C.eyeletd...
  26.  Cald well luc approach operation area of
    elevation iss.....???
    A.middle meatus
    B.superior m,
    C.inferior m.
    D.bw middle and inferior meatus
  27.  Airway maintenence in major oral surgical
    procedures..
    A.Cuffed nasotracheal
    b.Uncuffed nasotracheal
    c.Laryngeal mask airway
    d.Laryngeal mask airway
  28.  nasal antrostomy done thru-
    Inferior meatus,
    Middle meatus,
    Superior meatus
    Inferior & middle meatus
  29.  Distraction osteogenesis traction princilple
    Traction
    Passive
    Torsion
    Compression
  30.  Removal of mandibular third molars 6 months
    prior to the osteotomy allows time for the sockets
    to heal, which decreases the chance of a
    bad split.
  31.  If impacted 3rd molar is to b excracted in patient
    planed for bisagital split osteotomy then shud b
    done
    a. At the time of surgery
    b. 1 month prior to surgery
    c. 6 month prior surgery
    D after surgery
  32.  In mandubular block needle targeted toward.
    A.coronoid notch.
    B.sigmoid notch.
    C.neck of mandible.
  33.  Most potent topical LA is
    a-prilocaine
    b-tetracaine
    c-benzocaine
    d-mepivacaine
  34.  L.a is deposited in infr alveolar nerve block near
    A) coronoid notch
    B) sigmoid notch
    C) groove of mandibular neck
    D) lingual (i too gues is mis speled for lingula)
  35.  Which of these is pierced during post supr
    alveolar n. Block
    m. Pterigoid
    l. Pterigoid
    buccinator
    masseter
  36.  Most potent topical anaesthetic???
    Benzocane
    Tetracane
    Mepivacane
    Prolicane
  37.  Non ulcerated, pigmentated fast growing growth
    in maxilla alveolar ridge of a childa.
    oral melanotic macule
    b.rhabdosarcoma
    c.melanotic neuroectodermal tumor
    d.congential epulis
  38.  how to diagnose tongue thrusting
    Checking digit of patient
    Paper near nostrils
    Hold the lower lip tightly and ask him to drink
    water
    Place paper between lips
  39.  Lower facial height is decreased in all except
    anterior open bite
    class 1 div 2
    deep bite
    growing children
  40.  Ricketts analysis......
    A. Lower lip shud lie on plane.
    B. 1mm behind plane.
    C. 2mm behind plane.
    D. 1mm in front of plane..
  41.  Self correcting anomaly at 9 yrs except
    Ugly duckling,
    Lower ant crowding,
    Open bite,
    End on molar relation
  42.  Ant posterior curvature of occlusal plane which
    seems as linear curve
    Curve of wilson
    Curve of spee
    Curve of monsoon
    Curve of bonwil
  43.  the nasolabial angle formed by...
    A. Line from nasion to pogonian with base of nose
    b.base of nose and upper lip.
    C. .........
    D. Anb with base of nose
  44.  Filler in alginate is
    Potassium alginate,
    Calcium sulphate,
    Diatomaceous earth ,
    Sodium phosphate
  45.  In cr-co base metal alloy wat is d function of
    chromium?
    A. Responsible for surface irregularities
    b. Increases corrosion n tarnish resistance
    c. ?
    D. ?
  46.  In mechanical trituration of amalgam, wat is
    adversely affected?
    A. Hardness of d filling
    b. Tarnish resistance
    c. Final gloss of filling
    d. Working time
  47.  w/p ratio of type iv dental stone:
    a..6 to .7
    b..4 to .5
    c..22 to .24
    d.28 to .30
  48.  What is used for d measurement of d setting
    time?
    A. Viket's needle test
    b. Vicker's test
    c. Brinell test
    d. Cold bend test
  49.  For complete wetting ,angle shud bea.
    min in hard tissues
    b.max in both dentin n enamel
    c.min in dentin n max in enamel
    d.min in enamel n max in dentin
  50.  According to scientists....
    a. Head and tail both are resistant to dissolution
    b)Head and tail both are not resistant to dissolution
    c)Head is more resistant to desolution
    d)Tail is more resistant to desolution
  51.  True about Tome’s fibers
    A. Cytoplasmic extensionso f dentinl tubules,
    B. Periodntl fib xtendng into root dentine.
    C. collagen fibers in dentine
    D. Periodontal fibers ending into root cementum
  52.  Least sensitiv to pain
    buccal mucosa
    gingiva
    lip
    ?...
  53.  water content in enamela.
    2 to 3 %
    b.6 to 7%
    c.10 to 12%
    d. 20 to 25 %
  54.  Enamel lamellaea.
    Enamel molecules uniformly arranged
    b.enamel rod from enamel to dentin
    c.dentinal tubules from dentin to enamel
    d. Outer elevation on enamel surface,
  55.  Fovea palatine on both sides of midline shows
    a.opening of minor salivary gland ducts
    b.groove/impression on greater palatine area
    C.crypts f tosils
  56.  Which of d following is hypotonic...
    Normal saline
    Ringer lactate
    Mannitol
    5% dextrose
  57.  a 60 yr old patient who was admitted to hospital
    has a sudden cardiorespiratory arrest, what is the
    emergency method followed to maintain airway
    and oxygenation.. i think this was the exat language.
    a)cricothyrotomy
    b)tracheostomy
    c)nasai intubation
    d)oral intubation
  58.  Mask intubation is difficult in all except
    Full set of teeth
    Beard
    Habit of snoring
    Old age
  59.  A 30yr old male road traffic accident a patient
    developed shock, which solution shud b gvn
    a. Joule's soln
    b. Ringer lactate soln
    c. LMW dextran
    d. Normal saline
  60.  In bell's palsy, wich one of the duct is affected
    stenson's
    wharton's
    nasolacrimal
    lacrimal
  61.  2010 ACLS guideline does not include
    A.atropine for asystole
    B.ask for help for witnessed or nonwitness case
    C.use defibrillator how much maximum energy
    available
    D.cardiac massage to be done after defibrillation
    without waitin to assess rhythm
  62.  Hypertonic solutions are used in all except.
    a.burns
    b.brain injury patient
    c.prolonged bowel surgery
    d.type 4 shock
  63.  Shy Dragor Syndrome is
    a. Vasovagal syncope
    b. Ortho hypotension
    c. Intestinal polyps
    d. Adrenal suppression shock
  64.  delayed prolonged effect after injury d/ta.
    histamin release n endothelial retraction
    b.interlukin 1 n endothelial retraction
    c.trancytosis....
    D.newly formed blood vessesls
  65.  Maximum dose articaine dose that can be given
    is
    a. 1.3 mg/kg
    b. 5.4 mg?Kg
    c. 6mg/kg
    d. 7mg/kg
    Ans is D. 7mg/kg
  66.  adrenal suppression caused by which
    anaesthetic? 1.thiopentone.
    2.etidomate.
    3ketamine
    4propofol
  67.  G.A having an antiemetic effect
    a. Propofol
    b. Etomidate
    c. Ketamine
    d. Thiopentone
  68.  Ionotropic agent correct is
    a. Adrenaline increses renal perfusion. ..
    B. Dobutamine cause peripheral vasoconstriction
    c.dopamine causes increase blood flow
    D.digoxin causes hepatic vasodilation
  69.  endotoxin of which gram negative bacteria
    doesnt participate in natural defence mechanism
    a. E.coli
    b. Salmonella
    c. V. Cholera
    d. Klebsiella
  70.  organism associated wid pyrexia of unknown
    origin
    a-salmonella type
    b-salmonella paratype
    c-brucella
    d-mycobacterium tuberculosis
  71. breast milk contains which essentaial fatty acid-
    Lenoloic acid
    Palmitic acid
    Docosahexanoic acid
  72. Important source of cholesterol is-
    Coconut oil,
    Ghee,
    Hydrogenated fat,
    Eggs
  73. Wich is nt monosacharide?
    Glucose
    Galactose
    Fructose
    Maltose
  74. Which of the following is not a general
    component of body
    intracellular
    interstitial
    blood plasma
    peritoneal fluid
  75. The heat required to evaporate the vapor on
    going of water is( framed from kar 99- again from
    dentest basics)
    a. Latent heat of fusion
    b. Latent heat of vapourisation
    c. Latent heat of sublimation
    d. Melting temperature
  76. permanent dipole is seen ina.
    water
    b.liquid nitrogen
    c.oxygen
    d.helium
  77. sharp stabbing pain from anterior teeth
    conducted to brain by
    A delta fibres ,
    C fibres
  78. muscle stretch conducted by
    Myelinated fibres
    Gamma fibres
    C fibres ,
    A delta fibres
  79. Oxygen free radicals in lysosome is released by
    NADPH oxidase
    Superoxide dismutase
    Peroxidise
  80. Saliva after undergoing changes in the duct is...
    A) Isotonic
    b)hypotonic
    c) hypertonic sometimes
    D) hypertonic sometimes
  81. Which of d following buffer has least effect in
    stimulated saliva?
    A)amino acid
    b)carbonates
    c)phosphates
    d)none
  82. WHAT IS TRUE ABOUT PERIPHERAL NERVE??
    Membrane of peripheral nv is
    a- relatively permeable to k+
    b- immpermeable to k+
    c- relatively permeable to Na+
    d- relatively permeable to Cl-
  83. On cut blood on both ends ear lobe lower lip
    angle of mouth , angle of jaw
  84. Lymphatics not draing tongue
    posterior vesel
    central vesl
    marginal vesl
    ventral vesl
  85. Tendons of gracilis, semitendinous n sartorius dat
    Attach on tibia form pes anserinus.. Similar
    structure is seen in
    Parotid
    Cheek
    Tmj
    Submandi gland
  86. Muscle responsible for lateral movement of
    mandible
    Medial and lateral pterygoid
    Masseter and lateral pterygoid
    Masseter & Medial pterygoid
    Masseter
  87. Infection from dangerous are of face travel to
    cavernous sinus thrombosis by
    Ptyigoid venous plexus
  88. Tuft cells are receptors seen on ?( aims nov
    2011)
    a) TMJ
    b) Lining of max sinus
    c) Cell rich zone
    d) Excretory duct of salivary gland
    Ans is D - Excretory duct of salivary gland
    Tencate’s Oral Histology 5th ed Pg No 510
  89. Deviation of tongue to left nerve affected
    5
    7
    9
    12
  90. Which of these is not a part of ethmoid bone
    A) Agger nasi
    B) Inferior turbinate
    C) Uncinate process
    D) Cribriform plate or crista gali
  91. epidural hematoma occurs due to –
    Middle meningeal artery,
    Anterior cerebral artery
    Vertebral artery
    Basilar artery
  92. opening of mouth directed by :
    lateral pterygoid
    medial pterygoid
    temporalis
    masseter


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AIIMS DENTAL (MDS) NOV. 2012 QUESTION PAPER



TENTATIVE QUESTION PAPER OF AIIMS DENTAL (MDS) 2012 ENTRANCE EXAM HELD ON 18TH NOV.2012

AIIMS NOV 2012 DENTAL Questions & Answers


1. Gate control theory was given by
  1. Descartes
  2. Goldshieder
  3. Mezlack and wall

2. Bone modeling theory of craniofacial growth was given by
  1. John hunter
  2. Van der claw
  3. Melvin and Sicher

3. Cardiac dysrythmias occurs due to stimulation of
  1. 3 C N.
  2. 4 C N.
  3. 5C N.
  4. 7C N.

4. Excessive pressure at angle of mandible during establishment of patent airway damages the
  1. 5 cranial n.
  2. 7 cranial n.
  3. 8 cranial n
  4. 9 cranial n.

5. The nerve commonly seen to be simultaneously anaesthesized along with anesthesia of V n.
  1. Optic
  2. Occulomotor
  3. Abducent
  4. Facial

6. Excessive bleeding occurring during oral surgery under GA can be minimized by maintaining the patient at
  1. Head up
  2. head down
  3. Prone
  4. Supine

7. Patient with chronic ACTH insufficiency requires extraction under GA . patient requires premedications with ( 2 times in paper )
  1. Antibiotics
  2. atropine

8. A tooth bud splitting into 2 resulting in formation of 2 incompletely separated crown with single root and root canal is
  1. Germination
  2. Fusion
  3. Concrescence

9. Patient with panfacial injuries presenting at emergency which of the following sud be 1st managed
  1. Mandible #
  2. Orbital rim #
  3. Zygomatic arch #
  4. NOE COMPLEX

10. India annual health expenditure of its total national GDP is
  1. 15%
  2. 10%
  3. 1.2%
  4. 2%

AIIMS MAY 2012 Dental QUESTION PAPER

AIIMS MAY 2012 dental question and answers.







1. component from 2nd branchial arch

(a)mandible

(b)muscle of mast

(c)muscle of facial exp

(d)TMJ

2. sensory supply of TMJ

(a)masseteric

(b)auriculotemporal

(c) buccal

(d)

3. which blood vessel does not suppl yphayngotypmpanic tube?

(a)asc. pharyngeal

(b)asc. palatine

(d)middle meningeal

(d)art. of pterygoid canal

4. in intrusion - centre of rotation?

(a)infinity

(b)apical 3rd

(c)CEj

(d)outside tooth

5. min ortho force

(a)>cap blood pr

(b)=cap bl pr (optimum)

(c)<cap bl pr

(d)does not depend on capillary blood pressure

6. relapse after rotation due to

(a)horizontal fiber

(b)oblique

(c)supraalveolar

(d)apical

(as far as i remember it was SUPRACRESTAL gingival fibres)

7. ortho wire - energy storage related to

(a)range

(b)formability

(c)resilience

(d)prop limit

8. progressive malocclusion

(a)cl 1

(b)cl 2

(c)cl 3

(d)a+c

9. most mucostatic imp is

(a)imp compound

(b)PoP

(c)ZnO eugenol

(d)wax

AIIMS NOV. 2011 DENTAL/MDS Question Paper

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MDS PREPARATION : TIPS AND TRICKS : HOW TO?

HERE IS A SINCERE EFFORT BY  Dr. SURESH

ON 

How to prepare for MDS entrance Exam.?

Once you enter the best days of internship, after that hectic long BDS final year,with a dream of doing MDS in mind.. you start looking for the books need to be read? wondering which coaching to join.... but many later realize that, such facilities will be available only in metro cities..so the student starts thinking about dropping another year to join the coaching next year so that he can give his 100%.May be they are not wrong .. But u have 10 precious month of internship . so why dont u give a complete genuine try..

Now the big question is HOW?

I can tell u how I had prepared for entrance during my internship . I had a good score during my BDS yrs, but I too was not sure about how to prepare for entrance for MDS.. so I was no different from other.

I had asked some of my immediate seniors who got through various entrances..so apart from reading this long mail , u should also ask u r seniors, as they will give u better idea about u r state entrance

Its better to follow the things said by Seniors who have got success than trying to find a new path on ur own..

U have around 10 months from now.

There r two ways.. Either read theory or MCQ explanation. I followed the MCQ

I will give u a formula. U r success can be divided in to
60% what u do in internship
20% what u did in past 4 yrs
10% luck
and remaining 10% cant be achieved no matter what u read

How to achieve 60%-

Start from the 2nd month of internship, or at least 10 months before exams.

All r at the same position when u start preparation , may be one or two percent more than u,, but its the not start,, its the end which matters the most.

U need to do following books minimum

Pulse-6 times
Gourishankar- 4 times
Bhatia-3 times
Neeraj wadhwan-3 times
Jatin kalra-2 times(optional)
Duggal 2 times(optional)
Bytes-2 times
Mudit khanna-3 times
Dental Explore and books of aiims and aipg papers by Dr.Naveen Choudary - 3 times
National Boards
Prabhakaran

I repeat.. Its the minimum time.. If u start early u can finish the pulse 7-9 times for sure and rest books 2 times more than what i mentioned

U need complete this task this before dec.. And in jan u have only time to do pulse and just the dental papers and just question and answer from mudit khanna

How to achieve 20%

If u have not read some good books in past then don't worry.. read the explanation given in the mcq books

Order of reading


Do pulse completely once excluding synopsis. Takes 2 month at 1st reading.The in next reading do a subject from gourishankar followed by the same in pulse. complete both book in this order but this time with synposis

Next reading do a subject from bhatia and then same in gourishankar and then
pulse.. Make sure, u should try to remember all repeated question from pulse.

So when u reach till bhatia start reading Neeraj wadhwan side by side.

Complete one round again..

So u have already done pulse 3 time now .Now u start reading Mudit khanna...One papers of mudit khanna takes around 10 hours..so do it in parts.

When u finish mudit khanna 1st round u will have u r aiims exams. So make sure u complete mudit khanna before nov.. Do pulse again in 15 days beofore aims. and may be PGI in dec.. So when u come back revise pulse gourshanakr and other books.. but these two books are imp for state entrance apart from solving papers..

and do mudit khanna also may be only recent papers.

So in jan do revision again for 15 days.. and when u come back after aipg just do pulse and old papers ..U can give State entrance, Mahe, Kahe, Abshetty, and if u want Siddarth dental colleg, Yennpoya, Jss and may be SDM next time if it becomes deemed.

Read only question papers the day before the exam and sleep atlest for 10 hours.

And Dont get distracted from studies no matter what the situation is. Never worry about fees.. Get the best rank first.. u will have enough of time to think about fees later

Joining a test series will give a added advantage too.. It will help u to
remember things which r repeated too often in exams. and that too will help to have that fear about exam, but the ultimate result depends on once own effort. 

Remember one thing.. The key to success is to remember as many things as possible.. Read for at least 10hours when u complete internship.. Needs dedication. Nobody knows that he will be the topper in exms..

So Aim for aipg ..
but its the time, luck and hard work which can buy u that.. but for state entrance u need to mug up total pulse and gourishankar,, and recent papers .But never try for short cuts.. reach till Mudith khana and i am sure u will best in all exam.

Believe me, if u have failed once that does not mean u will fail again[:)].. u just have to find where u went wrong.. but whats imp is giving 100% effort and not 99.99%

there r lot many paths when it comes to entrance and no path will assure success at the start.. u ask in those 500 student who cleared exam, they will tell u around 500 ways of preparation

but its up to u choose the best in those and stick to that , but u also need to remember that all r different.. i got a seat that does not mean that evrybody will get a seat if they follow my route, but that also means that u might get a better a seat than me...

so it has both advantages and disadvantages

but the problem is u really cant sail in two boats at a time... so select one strict to one... and work for it till the end... and for the result .. nobody , even a topper will be sure of getting a seat when he/she starts preparation... but they dont leave the prepration in the midway.. thats what is imp..

but u all can go for a retrograde study..for exp u can read only those few imp topics from the textbooks,,not it all depends.i had read all std books in my ug so was not that keen to read them again, and even my senior showed me the same path of mcq preparation

few tips for all-

1) never listen to others when they say its not possible.. be away from them
2) u dont have to be topper to get a seat,, but ya.. they might be good
3) never fall in love during prep.. fall either before or later :D
4) be with someone who is equally serious about studies
5) stop all the fun.. may be u can take break on sunday . its better to loose fun to get something more later
6) always read all new editions
7) give all the exam , if u can afford to pay the exam fee,, but that does not mean that u need to take a seat there... its just for practice
8) make u r parents understand that thats what is imp for u right now
9) its one mans game.. friends r u r competitors now.. remember that.. u might be good to them but they might now
10) dont loose the hope till the end.. all will start but the winner is the one who ends it
11) make up in mind that its now or never
12) and do MDS as a dream ,,and achieve it
13) revise , revise and revise
14) make a time table and allot time for each subjects.. , mark the subjects in that and try to finish it in that time
15) once u finish few revisions u need to change the prep plan..give imp to those points which u forget and give less time for others...
16) give more imp for synopsis after 2-3 revisions as they will come as new questions
17) call the publishers and try to get the new papers before its out in u city shops so that u get more time
18) give aiims and pgi as a revision exam and not to get a seat.. u will come to know how much u remember in repeated questions. so that means u should atleast finish 2- 3 revision of pulse and 2 of others
19) try to read medical papers.. they might come or not but they will make u r mind stronger
20) dont leave any book now.. its better work now rather than regret later
21) last.. sleep well.. eat well.. and read from start.. its time to be serious about life.. this is the right moment.. work hard now,, and at the end before exam u will surely relax more


Believe me.. Not because i got a seat,, Because i followed what my seniors said to me and thats why I succeed.

Got
Kcet 6th,,
PGI-18th, ,
abshetty 23rd,
Manipal 71 and
comed 55th and
kahe 43.

Anyway did not got rank in AIPG may be because i did not do national boards.But I guess my other ranks are worth.. As this was my First and Last attempt without spending another year for coaching..

I am not the only guy who has done this

Who knows. u might be the topper next time

Read well..

best of luck




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Ten reasons why you should / shouldn't do MDS !!





 Why u Should Do MDS !!

1. It was your biggest Dream since u joined professional dental college as a student.
2. It is the highest degree in your field.
3. You always wanted to be an authority figure, like ur professors and readers.
4. It is the only option u see after B.D.S.
5. The lucrative pay scales of your professors allure's you.
6. It is a Status symbol.
7. You may do M.D.S to improve your matrimonial status.
8. You want to specialize in a particular field of dentistry. e.g . You always wanted to be an oral surgeon or endodontist.
9. Being M.D.S you will always have an institutional attachment and will always be into academics.
10. Following M.D.S there is growth and promotions from lecturer to reader to professor level.

WHY YOU SHOULD NOT DO MDS !!

1. Huge competition for few govt. seats and huge investment in private institutes to do MDS yielding negligible benefits and very less returns after completion.
2. With changing scenarios , saturation has reached in all most all branches of Dentistry , thereby limited job offers, overall job scenario poor.
3. Reduced Pay scales with a shift in demand - supply ratio towars right such that there is less demand and more supply.
4. Other carrier options are fast emerging and provide more job security. e.g. MBA in Hospital management and Clinical research.
5. With strict DCI norms, Visiting scenario of  professors is over , so can run clinics only after College timings.
6. For begineer's u can be either a Practicioner Or an Academician. You need not do MDS for being a good Practicioner.
7. No much difference in Private practice with specialization except in few branches , as a layman patient only knows u as a good Doctor not as MDS or BDS.
8. Annual Income of Most General Dental Practicioners is more than MDS Practicioners/Academicians.
9. At ur Clinic YOU are the BOSS but in an institute you are dependent on the management which may kick u out anytime .
10. If u do MDS u will have to get settled in an area where there is Job Availability near a Dental College thereby causing migration away from home town/city and Parents/family.


CHOICE IS YOUR'S !!!

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HOW TO CRACK AIPG…IN THE FIRST ATTEMPT ! :


The First and the Final Attempt

Let us first come to terms with reality. The MDS entrance exam is the toughest exam we will ever face in our academic lives. This exam is not just a challenge, but a chance for us to prove ourselves and our worth. It is an opportunity of saving a tremendous amount of money and earning an equally incredible amount of respect. But above all the MDS exam is the gateway to better things in life.


A few months ago, as I lay buried neck deep in books I thought, "What chance do I have against the geniuses, the toppers and colleagues who have dropped not one but many years preparing for this exam? 7000-odd intelligent people hardworking enough to have done BDS against my humble first attempt." I don’t claim I was very optimistic. But then something struck me from inside…a feeling that said, “I will not waste one year of my precious life doing this all over again” The thought stuck and I put a note on my study table which said – There’ll be no next time. It’s now or never.

That is the exact sentiment that I wish to discuss and emphasize upon. ‘The First & The Final Attempt’. I do not wish to preach…or consider my self an advisor of any sort. I just hope that maybe what motivated me, could motivate you. I hope that what I share with you will help you look at your preparation from a different angle.

MDS entrance exams are like baking a Cake. In order to prepare a good cake you need:
1. Right ingredients :
Just like a cake requires the exact ingredients, entrance examinations also require the right set of books.

-National Boards : They are the oldest, most reliable and most asked source of questions. The clinical part is especially very important

-Gowri Shankar’s MCQ bank: This book is the bible for exam preparation. Every question, every key fact, every fill in the blank should be memorised by heart.

-Bhatia: This is another good book, though it is an alternative to Boucher.

-Cawson: Though its popularity has decreased, it is always safe to do this book.

-Dental pulse: The latest book in the market comprising of two volumes- Clinical and Basics. This is the most complete book for mds preparation. Contains amazing original subject synopsis which would cover the grey areas and your weak points of various subjects or topics. The MCQ are from most of the past year exams and have been meticulously arranged chapter and topic wise.

-Past year Dental PG papers: Past year MCQs from various exams are a must do. Refer to Dr. Atul Soin’s AHEAD question bank series or Gowri Shankar’s past papers.

-Past year Medical PG papers: This is the most neglected , yet most important section since around 50 - 60 questions in the dental AIPG paper are inserted from the MBBS AIPG paper of the same year , and the MBBS questions are often repeated from their own bank. So you must do MUDIT KHANNA for AIPG and AMIT ASHISH for AIIMS. Last five year papers are absolutely essential. The questions would help you tackle the repeats and the explanation would help you with newly framed questions.


2. Proportion of ingredients:

Different exams require different amounts of preparation. You may have to stress on certain portions or topics for one exam and then change the pattern for some other exam.

3. Time to bake:

You need the exact time and temperature to bake a nice cake. But you should not undercook. Start before hand and plan out so that you have ample time for revisions. But at the same time you should not overcook. Do not stress on one book or topic far too long than required. Maintain a balance between revisions of various MCQs, theory and past papers. Chalk out a time table , and follow it.

“ If you fail to plan, you plan to fail”

4. Serve it while it is still warm:

You must revise what you have studied atleast 15 days before the exam. Human memory is very deceitful. It tends to forget the minute details if the subject matter is not revised regularly. Hence revision is the key to success.

5. Dedication, desire, & hard work:

This is the single most important factor. If u want to see your name in the list, what you need is dedication and hard work, and there are no short cuts. You need to study for atleast 12 - 14 hours a day for atleast 5-6 months before the exam. I know it may sound tough but remember “ When the going gets tough, the tough get going”

These are not absolutes of any kind. Just we have been taught in Orthodontics…that ‘There is no ideal…just individual ideal’ Similarly there is no ideal preparation method. Whatever works for you is what is meant for you. Hope I have been able to help.
Thomas Alva Edison once said “ success is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration”. We all at RxDentistry can take care of the 1%, but the rest 99% has to be done by you. Best of luck. And remember…this is the final attempt.

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CONTROVERSIAL QUESTIONS OF DENTAL PULSE,DENTEST AND DENTAL BYTES

MUCH HAS BEEN TALKED ABOUT THE RELIABILITY OF ANSWERS IN VARIOUS PG ENTRANCE PREPARATION BOOKS.

THE QUESTION IS WHICH IS MOST RELIABLE?

WELL WE CAN'T REALLY TELL . ALL BOOKS COME WITH SOME MISTAKES.

HERE IS AN EFFORT BY Dr. SURESH TRYING TO FIND OUT THE BEST

HERE WE BRING YOU CORRECTIONS IN DENTAL PULSE ,
GAURI SHANKER'S DENTEST AND DENTAL BYTES.



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MDS Entrance Master Mind ver 1.0(DVD)

MDS MASTER MIND
MUST FOR EVERY PG ASPIRANT
CONTENT:
1. BOOK SHELF
2. MEDIA BANK
3. IMAGES
4. SELF ASSESSMENT
5. ATLAS
6. MCQ'S BANK
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MDS ASPIRANTS ....TIPS AND TRICKS




WHAT WHEN AND WHY?????

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AIPG (ALL INDIA POST GRADUATE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION):

THE EXAM IS CONDUCTED BY AIIMS , NEWDELHI
http://www.aiims.edu

NO. OF SEATS : 91 APPROX
DATE OF EXAM : JANUARY EVERY YEAR
FEE STRUCTURE :  RS 30,000/PER YEAR
STIPEND: RS 17,000/ PER MONTH
TOTAL NO. OF QUESTIONS: 200
PREPARATION: NEEDS HARD WORK AND INTELLIGENT STUDY
BOOKS: a) MUDIT KHANNA (40 TO 60  QUESTIONS ARE REPEATED EVERY YEAR)35 IN 2009 FROM BASIC SUBJECTS
b) AMIT ASHISH (10 QUESTIONS)
c) NATIONAL BOARD DENTAL EXAMINATION
d) DENTAL PULSE I &II
e) GAURI SHANKER I &II
f) VIVEK KUMAR / WADWAN (AIPG PREVIOUS YEARS PAPERS): VERY IMPORTANT
g) RECENT PAPERS (DON'T FOLLOW ANSWERS BLINDLY GIVEN IN RECENT EXAM BOOKLETS ,SEARCH FOR YOUR OWN)
h) AIIMS PREVIOUS YEARS PAPERS( VERY IMPORTANT)

AIIMS
HELD EVERY YEAR IN NOV AND MAY .
SEATS : 2 
a) READ AIPG AND AIIMS PREVIOUS YEAR PAPERS(MUST)
b) CLINICAL 80%
c) NO. QUESTIONS: 90

COMED K 

NO. OF SEATS: 390
http://www.comedk.org

FEE STRUCTURE: 2,75,000/PER YEAR
a) READ ALL FACT BASED QUESTIONS
b) PREVIOUS YEARS PAPERS
c) NO. OF QUESTIONS 180
d) CLINICAL QUESTIONS APPROX 60%
e) NO NEGATIVE MARKING

PGI

http://www.pgimer.nic.in
DATE OF EXAM: JUNE/ DEC
SEATS: 2 MDS , 8 HOUSE JOB
a) READ PREVIOUS YEARS PAPERS (50% REPETITION)
b) CLINICAL 80%
c) 1/4 TH NEGATIVE MARKING
d) READ PEDO, ORTHO, CONS, AND CD IN DETAIL
e) FLOURIDE IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT


MANIPAL

http://www.manipal.edu
NO. OF SEATS:15
a) READ PREVIOUS YEARS PAPERS
b) EXAM USUALLY IS VERY TOUGH
c) 60% AND ABOVE GETS A SEAT
d) 180 QUESTIONS  
e)1/3 NEGATIVE MARKING

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