• sam christ 13 Jun 2024

Hi,
I cleared my DHA exam.
Thanks to Dr Munjal sir, Pallavi and the team members for developing this platform for active discusion which helped a lot to correct my mistakes and to update myself with question pattern of prometric.

I prepared for 75 days daily 2-3 hours while working, solved munjal 1000 MCQ and revised my UG notes.

I also sincerely owe my friends @Shreya Kataria and @Harsha Spencer for motivating and learning along with me throughout the journey, I wish them to clear their exams with flying colours.

I wanted to thank all the doctors who replied me during the doubts in group Dr hemsagar, Dr serin kuriakose , Dr bahar toprak , Dr Preethi veeraraghavan,Dr samnath and so many since their names were not in the watapp i couldn't write in comment.

Doable exam with a decent preparation of 2 months

Thankyou
All the best

  • Reeza Rasheed 05 Jun 2024

Hi friends I have passed my UAE MOH exam in my first attempt. Questions were completely scenario based. it was easy for me . If you have a thorough basic knowledge and concentrate well on the question you can really pass. I took 4 weeks of preparation out of which 2 weeks of intense preparation. I am a pulmonologist (passed in 2022) . I have completed sirs Q Bank and revised my neet pg notes.. that's what I did Thank you sir

  • Agalya Subash 05 Jun 2024

I have been able to crack DHA exam on the first attempt with the help of the whole team, Especially Dr Munjal Pandya. He's a great guidance for all medicos who's trying to give Gulf country exams. And thanks to the whole support team for helping us access the study materials effectively.
Good luck y'all!

  • Sangeetha Thomas 05 Jun 2024

Hi everyone!I've passed my DHA on the first attempt.
I prepped consistently for about one month.
It's definitely doable, I would say do as many questions as you can and use that to go over topics.
Don't stress about learning normal values etc, normal ranges are all provided.
Most questions are long, take time to read carefully. But be aware of time, it was quite tight for me.

  • iffat maqbool 05 Jun 2024

Hello all,
Alhamdolillah I passed my OMSB exam today..Thanks a lot for all your help and healthy discussions in this group..
A very special Thanks goes to Dr Munjal Pandya for creating this platform. His MCQs subscription has been very helpful for me to nail this exam...Thanks a lot sir for all your esteemed work for us

  • Dr sumaiya Nasim 07 May 2024

Hello everyone !! Wanted to share with u all my success i passed my DHA exam thanks to dr munjal, dr ahsan and team for the excellent guidance im so grateful to them for the detailed guidance thank u soo much ... ALHAMDULILLAH ... best of luck to those who are preparing just be confident u all are on the right path n will succeed IN SHA ALLAH

  • Thaslim Arif 07 May 2024

Hello guys, alhamdulillah passed omsb gp exam , thanks to everyone especially who helped me

  • Javith Ahamed 07 May 2024

Hello ,I cleared my qchp exam .thanks to munjal sir for every weak mock test so i get idea lot

  • Midhila Gopinath 07 May 2024

Hello All ,
I cleared my DHA examination. A big thanks to munjal sir , his whole team and you all as well. Every question we discussed on this platform was useful somewhere or the else ...

  • Mishika Khithani 07 May 2024

Hello!

I cleared my DHA exam. I want to thank Dr. Munjal Sir, Pallavi, Dr. Meddi, Dr. Shikha, Dr. Aarti for all their knowledge and help in brushing up the concepts, teaching us how to understand the word twisting and to answer appropriately for that case scenario. I also want to thank all the doctors I met and spoke to on this journey and I am praying for all of us that we all send this message soon.

To answer questions: I did MCQ questions with their theory, and I brushed up on frequent MBBS topics from MTB as it is well explained there - the ones we always knew would come in the exam - definitely even if you read it once you must just have the working theory knowledge of that.

Read the questions slowly, I feel time is appropriate, most importantly after speaking to 3 people who gave the exam on this group the biggest thing I learnt was to be calm. It sounds so stupid but it really is the biggest thing. The more questions you do, the more manipulations and variations of each scenario you know to answer. If you feel hungry, I recommend to take a date or something in the exam to eat.

I used sir’s book and online prescription. And I brushed up theory topics which are just conventionally important. I also took sir’s video coaching initially to get me started and oriented, and the doctors mentioned above really refreshed my concepts for the future. Wishing all of you’ll best of luck! You’ll can do this, just take it one day at a time.