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What is the difference between MRCS and FRCS?

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3 mn read Difference between MRCS and FRCS Full form of MRCS is Member of the Royal College of Surgeons It is like a beginner degree to enter into a career of surgery. It is similar to qualifying your NEET PG entrance exam and selecting MS/ DNB General Surgery or Orthopaedics or ENT as your stream. The MRCS […]

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MRCS Part A Experience by Dr Sana Riaz

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3 mn read Posting below another success story and Preparation guidance for MRCS part A by Dr Sana Riaz which was shared by her on Facebook group “MRCS” . We are sharing this post to World Surgery Forum, so that the readers here can benefit from her experience and preparation guidance. Source: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mrcs.info/permalink/2755627827861869/ ——————————————————————————————————– I passed MRCS Part A […]

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Online MRCS Courses

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3 mn read There are various informal and online MRCS courses which are being run by various successful candidates which are easy on pocket and promise to provide all the reading material and guidance to the candidates who join. We will be posting useful links and courses which are usually not advertised  so that those preparing for MRCS […]

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MRCS PART B Preparation Course – 2 Day Intense Session

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< 1 mn read A great course and a 2 day workshop for MRCS PART B preparation to be conducted in Chennai Check out the details below: ——————————————–MRCS Part B is not an easy exam. It requires appropriate guidance and precise preparation. We at SURGTEST have the right platform for you. 1. 2 day intense session – 12 hours/day2. […]

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Clinical Fellowship in Singapore after MRCS

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2 mn read Hello sir I have recently finished DNB Ortho and i have also cleared MRCS Part A. Planning to go for Part B in 2019. Sir I was wondering if u could tell me about prospects of getting training posts in Singapore. As I hear it is difficult to get one in the UK. I read […]

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What to do after passing MRCS Part A and Part B ?

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2 mn read Sir I am doing my final year mbbs now. I wish to give MRCS after completing my internship. Supposedly if I pass both parts of MRCS, on what basis do i get A training post in the UK or Ireland. After passing both MRCS exams, you will have to pass IELTS and register with GMC. […]

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Clinical Fellowships after MRCS

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< 1 mn read MRCS EXAM TO STUDY ORTHOPAEDICS IN THE UKHey After completing MRCS can I do specialist training in Opthamology or do I have to restrict myself to general surgery? Also, after MRCS when can I take FRCS opth? Hoping for your prompt reply Yours sincerely Dr A*** ****** Opthalomology has a separate set of exams. After […]

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