A Guide to the MRCP PACES Examination

/A Guide to the MRCP PACES Examination
A Guide to the MRCP PACES Examination 2018-01-30T16:38:29+08:00

These resources are designed to aid doctors who are preparing for the Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (UK) examination. In particular, sections of the content are targeted at candidates sitting the examination in Singapore. While every effort has been made to verify the accuracy of the content here, please do bear in mind that medicine is a dynamic subject. If you spot any inaccuracies, please do get in touch.

This resource is also available as a PDF file for personal use. The file may be emailed on request to individuals who are sitting the MRCP PACES examination or individuals in resource-poor areas with limited Internet access. Please include when and where you will be sitting the exam, as well as your reasons for requesting a soft copy when emailing. Due to overwhelming demand, response times may be slow. There is just one of me, so please do try to use the website if possible.

MRCP PACES: An Overview of the Examination

Station 1: Abdominal System

Station 1: Respiratory System

Station 2: History-Taking

Station 3: Cardiovascular System

Station 3: Neurology

Station 4: Communication

Station 5: Brief Clinical Consult

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