Three times in every six month course we send out formal exams to our students. Each of them provides valuable feedback in terms of exam technique.
One of the problems preparing for the exam is the "nuts and bolts" stuff. There's plenty of medical stuff to read, but there's not a textbook that tells you how to put together a good answer.
It's been great marking the final roadblocks for our current course and seeing the improvement in maximising their marks over six months. We think our candidates should go very well.
If you are looking for help in approaching the exam, our next course kicks of 15 August!
The fellowship faculty
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