In NEET MDS exam, Oral Anatomy subject is generally clubbed with Oral histology and their combined weightage in the NEET MDS exam is of 56 marks.
It is highly impossible to cover the entire syllabus, and so experts suggest making use of selective studying when preparing for the MDS exam. We have compiled a list of Standard books to refer & most important topics from Oral Anatomy based on the data derived from the previous years NEET MDS exam papers.
Given below are the list of Questions MERITERS experts will answer that are essential for an effective and efficient preparation:
- What is the subject wise Weightage?
- Which Books to refer?
- How much Time should be allocated to the subject?
- How much Time should be allocated to each Topic?
- How many times should the subject be Revised?
- What is the Ideal time to Start the subject?
- What are the Important Topics for NEET MDS?
- Types of Questions asked?
What is the subject wise Weightage?
10-12/240 Questions (5%)
Standard books to refer:
How much Time should be allocated for the Subject?
- Theory reading 4-6 Days
- MCQ Practice- 3 Days
How much Time should be allocated to each Topic?
- Theory reading 15-20 Min
- MCQ Practice- 2-3 Hours
How many Times should the subject be Revised?
- 4-6 times revision is required
What is the Ideal time to Start the subject?
- 3rd quarter of the preparation
- After completing 12-14 subjects
Oral Anatomy - Important Topics
|UNIT NAME||MOST IMPORTANT TOPICS|
Chronology of deciduous dentition
Chronology of permanent dentition
Deciduous vs permanent dentition
Tooth numbering system
|Calcification and eruption of teeth||
Calcification and eruption of teeth
|Dento-Osseous Structures and TMJ||
|Physiological form of tooth and periodontium||
Elevation and depression
Embrasure and contact points
Dmension and angulation of teeth
Shape of teeth
What Type of Questions were asked in NEET?
- Fact Based (Memory)
- Concept based
2. Image based questions
3. True or false type questions
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We hope this blog will assist you in preparing this subject meticulously for MDS entrance exams.
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Updated Aug 01, 2020.