Get Through Intercollegiate MRCS Parts 1 and 2: MCQs and EMQs
CRC Press – 2004 – 176 pages
Series: Get Through
Get Through Intercollegiate MRCS Parts 1 and 2: MCQs and EMQs has been written by experienced surgeons and features four practice papers: two covering each part of the examination.
All questions have been modelled on actual exam questions so that they accurately reflect the style and level of difficulty. Detailed explanations are given in the answers to help candidates use the book as a revision aid as well as a self-test book.
All surgical trainees preparing to sit the two parts of the MRCS examination will find this book an invaluable aid to their revision, as well as keen medical students with an interest in surgery as a future career.
Useful book to get an idea about the new Intercollegiate MRCS Part one and two, while most of the other books are still based on the old format.
Amazon customer review, May 05
5 Stars: Excellent for MRCS Parts I & II
Brilliant book with MCQ and EMQ style questions as required for Parts I & II of the MRCS exam. Small, concise and informative. Easier to read than some of the bulkier Helped me pass first time!
5 Stars: Brilliant
Excellent book for both MRCS part I and II. I rely on this book and managed to pass my MRCS from the first attempt. Brilliant book.
Does exactly what it says on the tin … extensive MRCS-style questions covering the breadth of material encountered in the exam. If you're looking to get through as many practice questions as possible beforehand, this book will help you on your way.
Practice Paper 1: Part 1 - MCQs in applied basic sciences
Practice Paper 2: Part 1 - MCQs in applied basic sciences
Practice Paper 3: Part 2 - EMQs in clinical problem solving
Practice Paper 4: Part 2 - EMQs in clinical problem solving
Practice Paper 1: Answers
Practice Paper 2: Answers
Practice Paper 3: Answers
Practice Paper 4: Answers
Simon Overstall MBBS MRCS
Senior House Officer in Plastic Surgery, St George's Hospital, London, UK
Giles Cunnick MBBS BSc MD FRCS
Consultant Breast and General Surgeon, High Wycombe, UK
Kefah Mokbel MBBS MS FRCS
Consultant Breast and General Surgeon, St George's Hospital, Professor of Cancer Genetics and Pharmacogenomics, Brunel Institute, London, UK