DYP Survival Guide for post graduate dermatology examination Part 1 PDF Download
DYP Survival Guide for post graduate dermatology examination Part 1 PDF Download our opinion, spots are the “make or break” section of the practical’s. First impression is the last impression.
Since the examiner encounters the candidate for the first time the spots, what impression he gets will have a bearing on the final result. Hence it is imperative that acandidate does reasonably well in this section. If you get through the spots comfortably, for all practical purposes, you have passed!
The candidate should be well equipped. He should be wearing a clean (not tattered) apron with multiple pockets without any name on it. The pockets should contain: Pen, Magnifying lens (illuminated), Small Pen
torch, Measuring tape, Glass slide, Pin, Cotton piece and a blotting paper (to demonstrate Auspitz sign).
However, there is absolutely NO need to carry a mobile (actually, it is banned!).
2. Since most of the candidates are females, it is advisable accept our apologies if we sound sexist that they should avoid the following items: Heavymakeup, streaked hair, painted and untrimmed nails, mehendi, jewellery, dangling ear rings and prominent nose rings, pencil heels (they make a distracting noise).
Both males and females should wear modest clothes. You should fit in the crowd and not stand out (for the wrong reasons!).
3. Greet the examiners respectfully during the first interaction. The following instructions are targeted towards the spots.