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'T' Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore -560041
Tilaknagar, Bangalore, India- 560041. .
V J Sathyaa
posted on 24 Sep, 2016
"Anatomy Guru has helped me in a big way by tutoring for I MBBS course. Having seen their advert in a bookshop, we approached them for coaching for I MBBS. The coaching, course material, the regular tests and assessments really were of great help. The constant evaluation by the tutors were a great source of feedback to improve and gain more confidence in facing the University exams. Having cleared the subject with distinction marks, I would like to thank all the staff members for their support and would highly recommend Anatomy Guru to all those who need a personalized coaching. "
Sarath Kumar P
posted on 10 Sep, 2016
"I'm glad to have been a part of Anatomy Guru, an exceptional institution indeed, a wonderful experience! There, I've learnt to see my subjects in a new light, which greatly interests me, thanks to my teachers. The passion of the professors truly reflects in their lectures and makes learning simpler and fun. The centre provides good student teacher interaction, where they are always happy to help. The secret of my success lies in the motivation, scolding and support provided by Anatomy Guru, for which I'm immensely grateful! It has moulded me into a new, more confident person. I would definitely recommend Anatomy Guru for all those seeking help. "
K M Vijaya Kumari
posted on 10 Sep, 2016
"Sir you have helped my child succeed and explore his dream. You have give him abundant knowledge about his subject. I am so overwhelmed by seeing his performance at your coaching center. Thanks for helping him to regain confidence and learn things. A teacher is a magnet who attracts curiosity knowledge and wisdom in his pupils and your teaching methods have helped him. I strongly recommend students to learn with you. Discipline and rigorous training at your coaching has helped him achieve success. Thank you for steering him towards his goal. "
posted on 10 Sep, 2016
"I'm a Anatomy Guru student. When I came here I had already failed 5times and was hoping for a change in my life it all began at the institution,faculty here made us perform here to the maximum potential motivating and guiding us through out. Classes and daily exams helped a lot. Along with academics I also got to learn a lot about life,if there is a place to make you a better human better student that will be Anatomy Guru. Proud to say I'm Anatomy Guru product IL cherish the experience through out my life. Blessed to join this institution. Thanks a lot suresh sir , Merlin mam , sibin sir. "
"im studying in mbbs 2 year I hv final exams in January srts frm January 20 Im very poor n all subjects I wanna a pass n all subjects so I wanna a tuition lecture for 1 month any 1 cn help me through tha situation" in MBBS & Medical Tuition
Hi Neha, In my opinion (with due respects to all my professional colleagues' opinions) based on 12 years of teaching experience, I must warn you against taking all subjects, which may turn out not only stressful but may be disastrous too. As you have mentioned in your post, you are not so good with the subjects, I would recommend you 2 options (read as choices)- Option-1: To pick one easy (e.g. Forensic Medicine) & other manageable subject (e.g. Microbiology) and concentrate on them with a pre-planned chapter wise, day to day basis time table with bi-weekly self-tests based on previous years question papers. If you manage to religiously stick to 80% of your time table, you shall get through upcoming January exams. Option 2: If you either too weak in Microbiology or you find too stressful to take Microbio & Forensic combo, I suggest you to take only Forensic Medicine. What is more important for you at this stage is to feel motivated for Feb to June 2016 preparation. Post January 2016 Exams (Applicable to both options): Once you are done with Jan exams, take a 'lavish' break of 10 days (not more than this) and then sit down again with other 2 (or 3 based on the option you chose) tough un-attempted subjects with similar chapter-wise, self-test based time table. This way you will have solid 6 months (June/July 2016) duration for the preparation of Pathology & Pharmacology ( & Microbiology) University exams. As a bonus, positive results of Jan-2016 exams (may be announced somewhere in Feb/Mar 2016) will further boost your morale and lift your spirit to work harder for June 2016 exams. On a philosophical note, i often say this to my students "Life is never about choosing between right & wrong, rather it's a battle to choose either between two wrongs or two rights. The whole challenge is choose either the more right or the lesser wrong ones!!!" Stay put, sweat hard and may you pass with your planned efforts.