Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Glasgow – MRCS OSCE Preparation Course

11 Jan '18

11 - 12 January 2018
Golden Jubilee Research Institute
National Waiting Time Centre Board Beardmore Street Clydebank G81 4SA

The accessible course prepares you for the MRCS Part B OSCE Exam.  The course combines online, flexible and independent learning with classroom activities and preparation that benefit most from direct interaction.  The final component, a full mock exam with personal and relevant feedback offers the best foundation for exam preparation.  The format of the preparation course offers a seamless and complementary flow of learning.  Candidates are permitted a maximum of four attempts to pass the MRCS OSCE exam, so it is important to be prepared.

  • e-learning material
  • Access to five dedicated MRCS Part B OSCE Preparation Course modules which focus specifically on the types of exam station you will encounter.  These demonstrations will provide you with an overview of what the examiner is looking for when marking stations and hints and tips to prepare.
  • Intensive training
  • The course will provide you with the opportunity to experience demonstration scenarios and receive feedback.  The day will cover anatomy scenarios with pro-section material, communication scenarios, critical care and surgical pathology.
  • Mock Exam – the mock is held under exam conditions in the Glasgow Exam Centre – Golden Jubilee Training Suite  – with current, current senior examiners examining at every station followed by in-depth feedback from the course and performance during the mock exam.

Why participate?

  • Convenient, adaptable and personalised learning
  • Thorough overview of exam centre
  • Gain a thorough overview of the exam and find out what examiners are looking for
  • Learn what to expect from each station with in depth explanation provided by lead examiners
  • Clinical Skills Demonstrations from consultant surgeons
  • Watch candidate attempts at each station with performance review by current examiners
  • Hear top tips from senior clinicians and OSCE examiners
  • Receive exam tips form the Director of Medical Exams

Who should attend?

  • All trainee surgeons preparing for OSCE Part B exam

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