The only real way to prepare for the fellowship is to practice sitting it. It doesn't matter what you know, if you can't put the right stuff down on that examination paper you won't score the marks. By the time you have finished the fellowship course you will have answered more than a 100 SAQs and EMQs, and more than 300 MCQs. Don't let the real exam be the first time you try to apply your knowledge.
Short answer questions.
The SAQs are the crux of the exam. If you can't answer these, to time, you won't pass.
Each week we provide a formative exam with worked answers for candidates to test themselves against. Every 6 weeks there is a "roadblock" - a test that we set you, which we will mark, so that at all stages of the course you can track your progress towards getting that exam.