Books for FRCS Otolaryngology Preparation

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Below are the best books for the preparation of FRCS Otolaryngology MCQs and Viva. Please let us know in the comments section if there is any other related good book that can be added to this list.

Check for Eligibility requirements for FRCS Otolaryngology here.

Advanced ENT training: A guide to passing the FRCS (ORL-HNS) examination (MasterPass)

The syllabus for the FRCS (ORL-HNS) is vast, and sound preparation for the examinations has traditionally involved assimilating knowledge from a wide range of sources. This book provides a focused companion for FRCS Otolaryngology test applicants. Other than a question-and-answer book, this book is a coaching primer.
Each section features combination of model answers, pearls of wisdom, lists and pointers for further reading.
Detailed advice is given for both Part 1 and Part 2 of the examination. Viva topics that have featured in the test in recent times have been included.
These are supplemented by priceless editorial discussion from leaders in each of the subspecialties. Trainees constantly note that test preparation is an educational process and the knowledge gained would have served them well during their time as an ENT registrar or Otorhinolaryngology resident. This book will also serve as a precious education tool for trainees as early as ST3 and will grease the development of effective and safe clinical practice.

MCQs for ENT: Preparation for the FRCS (ORL-HNS) (Oxford Specialty Training: Revision Texts)

MCQs for ENT Specialist Revision Guide for the FRCS Otolaryngology is a crucial resource for applicants preparing to sit the FRCS (ORL-HNS). It contains over 300 single best answer questions and over 70 extended matching questions to help applicants prepare for all aspects of ENT they may face in this grueling test.
Written by expert consultants who have succeeded in the test, this resource provides comprehensive content of theory and practice, including new questions on grueling topics like electroneurography and voice clinic procedures, and questions on rare topics like oropharyngeal cancers. All answers have full explanations, furnishing applicants with high- quality self- assessment in order to maximize test success. Furnishing a thorough assessment of the reader’s ENT knowledge, this is an essential revision book for any applicant facing the FRCS Otolaryngology test.

Viva Training in ENT: Preparation for the FRCS (ORL-HNS) (Oxford Higher Specialty Training) 

The range of topics which you may be questioned on during a final ENT Viva test can be really varied. Viva practice in ENT ensures you can answer any question confidently and exhaustively, this book provides you with over 430 cases, mirroring exactly the format of the examination questions and covering all the applicable areas of the course.

Devoted chapters on topics like rhinology, head and neck, otology and paediatrics take you through the varieties of scenarios that you’re likely to face, frequently presenting you with a clinical case and asking you a range of questions to test not only your diagnostic expertise, but also your supporting knowledge. Three additional chapters cover the clinical section of the test involving cases, and the operative surgery and communication skills stations. These chapters give both illustration scripts and general advice on how to impress the observers, giving you a thorough grounding in how best to demonstrate your knowledge and complete tasks calmly and methodically. For each question, detailed model answers and explanative notes are given, along with links to relevant websites and crucial journal papers for added reference. Questions are supplemented with over 85 illustrations and photos, allowing you to review real examples of the conditions about which you’ll be questioned.

For any applicant wishing to complete the FRCS (ORL-HNS) or the DOHNS Viva with professionalism and a real depth of knowledge, this book’s detail and variety of information will be inestimable. Its clear layout and topical structure also make it ideal for surgeons wishing to refresh their clinical knowledge.


Viva Training in ENT: Preparation for the FRCS (ORL-HNS) (Oxford Higher Specialty Training) (Paperback)

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