No. You cannot. Unless you are a genius who remembers everything from his or her mbbs days and all your basics and values are on your fingertips. NEET PG is an idiotic exam that centres more on your ability to memorise things and vomit them out in the exam. The syllabus goes beyond what is taught in mbbs and covers basics of what is actually taught in first year MD which is criminal. Without coaching where would a child go to clear NEET PG? USMLE on the other hand requires you to understand the basics clearly and emphasises more in the application part. The questions will be based on patient scenarios. They will not be like NEET PG where you will be asked cold hard facts and names and numbers and how many squares should be there in a mosquito net per Sq cm. To clear USMLE you have to be perfect in your first and second year mbbs subjects. You can’t prepare for both simultaneously until and unless you have already revised all your subjects from mbbs and are now planning on doing only questions. You can solve question banks from both the exams simultaneously. It’s fun solving USMLE questions if you are the type who wants to apply their knowledge rather than just clear exams and get that coveted degree. I did suggest you sit down and think what you really want. Give NEET PG. As soon as you are done with it, start your preparation for USMLE. You would have read a lot during NEET PG and that would help. If you clear NEET and get a subject of your choice, we’ll and good. And if you don’t, you are already preparing for USMLE. Stick to one thing. After clearing step 1, there should be no going back to NEET as that would hamper your step 2 of MLE as well as your NEET. So sit down with a cool head and think what you really want.
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