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Get ahead! MEDICINE 150 EMQs for Finals

By David Capewell, Saran Shantikumar

Series Editor: Saran Shantikumar

CRC Press – 2008 – 408 pages

Series: Get ahead!

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    978-1-85315-717-2
    August 4th 2008

Description

Get ahead! is a brand new essential revision series for medical and surgical finals. Each title contains practice questions similar to those you can expect in the real exam. The series stands out in its use of subject summaries that include all the detail you would need from a larger textbook - but we've waived the waffle! If you are looking for a comprehensive, reliable, effective revision aid, then look no further than Get ahead!

Features of Get ahead! MEDICINE: 150 EMQs for Finals
- Covers the entire medical syllabus
- 150 EMQ themes over ten practice papers
- Questions written in a similar style to the Medical Schools Council Assessment Alliance (MSC-AA) bank
- Includes harder stems suitable for students aiming for honours
- Full explanatory answers including succinct subject summaries
- Eponymous details and derivatives for added interest
- Also suitable for PLAB candidates

Reviews

This book acts as an excellent resource for students to practise for their exams, revise individual topics, or use for general studying. It covers the medical curriculum well and the answers are more than sufficient and pitched at a good level for undergraduates.
Munro Stewart, 4th year medical student, Dundee University, Aug 2008

The book is written by junior doctors who have recently finished finals so know what knowledge is required to pass the examinations. This soft-back book is highly recommended as it acts as an excellent resource tool for medical students to practise for their examinations, and revise individual topics. It covers the medical curriculum well and the answers are more than sufficient and pitched at a good level for undergraduates.

This Get Ahead! book comprises ten practice papers that have fourteen questions divided into clearly marked topic headings and fully explained answers, including succinct subject summaries. The answers are almost like a mini concise textbook in themselves. The questions range from easier to more challenging ones for those students aiming for honours. I shall definitely be using the book come exam-time.


Keele MedNews, Jun 2009

5 Stars: Excellent
This is a really good book with questions pitched at an appropriate level and clear explanations of the answers. I would definitely recommend this book as I think it reflects the level of questions asked much more accurately


Amazon customer review, Apr 2010

4 Stars: Excellent
Well written questions with good explanations for the answers. This book was definitely worth buying.


Amazon customer review, Jun 2010

Contents

Preface
Introduction to Get ahead!
Practice Paper 1: Questions
Practice Paper 1: Answers
Practice Paper 2: Questions
Practice Paper 2: Answers
Practice Paper 3: Questions
Practice Paper 3: Answers
Practice Paper 4: Questions
Practice Paper 4: Answers
Practice Paper 5: Questions
Practice Paper 5: Answers
Practice Paper 6: Questions
Practice Paper 6: Answers
Practice Paper 7: Questions
Practice Paper 7: Answers
Practice Paper 8: Questions
Practice Paper 8: Answers
Practice Paper 9: Questions
Practice Paper 9: Answers
Practice Paper 10: Questions
Practice Paper 10: Answers
Index of topics covered

Author Bio

David Capewell, Foundation Year House Officer, Emergency Medicine, St. James' Hospital, Leeds, UK

Saran Shantikumar, MRCS, British Heart Foundation Fellow, Bristol Heart Institute, UK

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Description: By David Capewell, Saran ShantikumarSeries Editor: Saran Shantikumar. Get ahead! is a brand new essential revision series for medical and surgical finals. Each title contains practice questions similar to those you can expect in the real exam. The series stands out in its use of subject summaries that include all the...
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