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Preparing for the MRCS Part A – an Introduction to the Exam
The first webinar in a series designed to help you prepare for the Intercollegiate Membership of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland Part A examination (MRCS Part A). This first webinar will provide you with an overview on the nature, format and content of the exam, along with effective strategies for your revision.

Aims:
- Provide an overview of exam format and content
- Help you plan your preparation and revision to maximise your score and chances of passing

Learning Objectives:
- Explain the format MRCS
- Provide a summary of the content covered in Applied Basic Science and Principles of Surgery in General papers
- Discuss optimal times to sit the exam
- Review of common resources (books, websites, question banks) used in exam preparation
- Example revision strategies
- Practical tips for the run up to and the day of the exam (including sitting the exam online)

Panellists:
- Max Stewart – Academic Foundation Doctor, Oxford University Hospitals
- Sanskrithi Svaranam – Academic Foundation Doctor, Cambridge University Hospitals

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Jun 16, 2021 07:00 PM in London

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