< 1 mn read How to prepare for MRCS Part A and what are the best books and resources for MRCS Part A Preparation? Sharing my preparation plan and resources so that you can prepare and crack MRCS Part A in the first attempt. I took the MRCS Part A exam during the second year of my MS General […]Continue reading "How to prepare for MRCS Part A and the Best books for MRCS Part A preparation"
3 mn read (Bailey and Love latest edition- 27th edition) Introduction: Bailey and Love’s Surgery The first edition of this revered textbook was published by Hamilton Bailey and McNeil Love in 1932. Since then this book has been used by generations of surgeons to get the required theoretical knowledge for general surgery. This book has been a holy […]Continue reading "Changes in Bailey and Love Surgery 27th Edition"
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 […]Continue reading "MRCS Part A Experience by Dr Sana Riaz"
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. […]Continue reading "What to do after passing MRCS Part A and Part B ?"
4 mn read Good evening, sir! Your blogs on World Surgery Forum are very inspiring. I’m presently pursuing my 4th year MBBS in West Bengal. After my internship, I dream to study MRCS in UK on Orthopaedics. If you can help me with my few questions, I shall be highly obliged to you. Thank you! First of all, […]Continue reading "MRCS exam to study Orthopaedics in the UK"
2 mn read Pattern of MRCS Part B Examination MRCS Part B is a Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) which includes following broad content areas (BCAs): Applied Knowledge (Total = 8 stations) 1. Anatomy and surgical pathology (5 stations)2. Applied surgical science and critical care (3 stations) Applied Skills (Total = 10 stations) 1. Clinical and Procedural Skills […]Continue reading "Pattern of MRCS Part B Exam and Best Books to Crack MRCS Part B"