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Discussion in 'MRCS Revision' started by Admin, Mar 14, 2005.
Discuss the MRCS Exam in this forum
could anyone tell me abt the anatomy and physiology books to be read for mrcs 1 and 2
Reading books alone will not allow you to succeed.
try doing past papers, u may buy them from libraries, or online, there is a website www.onexamination.com , that allows u to do lots and lots of questions and measures ur performance and even tells u how likely u r to pass and wut areas u should on.
As for books,
1. MRCS Core Modules: Essential Revision Notes
2. MRCS System Modules (This will also help you prepare for the viva voce/oral component of Part 3 MRCS Intercollegiate).
3. MRCS Core Modules: MCQs and EMQs
4. Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine
I wish you the best of luck.
For the critical care viva, I bought an anaesthetics viva book. It was reallyhelpful because it went back to basics on all the critical care physiology, which was something I found lacking in the surgical texts.
hi i suggest the following
mrcs core and systemic modules
mcq on systemic and core modules
applied basic sciences for basic surgical training by Rafftery
baord review seies patholgy and physiology
hi clinical anatomy by H.Ellis
board review seies physiology
with the help of almighty i could clear both mrcs 1 and 2 together in a single shot... i could nt read much though....
but now am a little late for my prep for viva
can you all suggest me books for mrcs viva and clinicals and communication skills
thanks a lot guys
Would appreciate your help
Please I need a comprhensive list of materials to prepare for MRCS 1.Thank you guys.
i need giudelines for mrcs part2 preparation please
wish to share with u in discussion but how
how can we dicuss i wanna that as i will do exam next april
i read now :- MRCS core module essential revieion note as well the complete test of MRCS core and system module
sorry to be a bore,
but i just wanted to know some things please,
i am doing a biochem and neuro degree.
i want to apply to medicine.
so when i graduate,
what will i need to have and do?
i know i will need at least a 2.1 and have to do gamsat.
what other exams will i need to take at graduate level and what other requirements do i have to pass?
Hi can anyone tell what is the pass rate for part 1 and 2 and how they calculated it? like half part 1 and half part 2?
i am willing to prepair , for mrcs part 1 , any one who has got online links for mrcs study material , please send me , i am from india
I bought a package of books for part A
they include :
for old part 1 there is clinical anatomy by harold ellis and 2 books for Raftery:
applied basic science for basic surgical training
and applied basic science for MRCS
which one of the 2 raftery should i study to pass the exam coz the 2 r a bit similar but the second one is smaller
and is either of them + harold elis is sufficient for part 1 or should i get something more
and for old part 2 there is passtest books: 2 books each one made of 2 volumes
are these sufficient to pass part 2
of course i know that i have to get the questions books but i am asking about the scientific material first to study before solving the questions