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GPAT 2019 requires a candidate to be thorough with everything he has learned in the B Pharm course. Aspirants must hence have a good preparation strategy to crack the exam.
GPAT preparation can be done by using different techniques to study, solving previous years’ questions and mock papers.
Aspirants should be thorough with GPAT Exam Pattern to prepare well for the exam:
· Focus on all important chapters covered in Pharmacology as 25- 30% questions are asked from this section.
· Around 4-5 numerical problems are asked every year so practice solving these questions.
· Some questions from organic and physical chemistry based on 10+2 level are also asked.
The standard of the entrance exam has increased from last few years. This year students must prepare in a more generous way. Cracking GPAT 2019 requires hard work and determination, to go past through a lot number of difficult questions. Also, what matters more than hard work is smart work.
GPAT 2019 is a common entrance test serving as a portal for applicants seeking admission into M Pharm programs offered by the best pharmacy schools of India. It is a very competitive exam due to the growing scope of the pharmacy field.
· Each year there are 6- 8 questions based on spectroscopy- Mass spectrometry, UV, IR, and NMR spectroscopy. Students must go through these chapters thoroughly.
· Make separate notes for the classification of drugs and the schedules of the drugs. Generally, 3-4 questions on herbal drugs are asked every year to go through the chapter of herbal and indigenous drugs.
· The frequency of numerical problems is increasing in GPAT every year. Individuals must attempt these problems for scoring good marks in GPAT 2019. Most of the numerical are asked from biopharmaceutics, depression in freezing point, allegation method and dose on the basis of body weight and age.
· Applicants must solve mock papers and previous years’ papers which will help them understand the pattern of GPAT 2019 better.
· For other topics such as Dispensing Pharmacy, identify focus areas through old question papers. Make notes of key points collected from reference books.
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