Plab 2 100 objective structured clinical examinations
Drcog: McQs and OSCEs: How to Pass First Time by Una F. CoalesThe Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaceologists (DRCOG) examination consists of 60 multiple choice questions (MCQs) and 22 six minute structured clinical examination stations (OSCEs), of which two are rest stations. This one day examination is designed for General Practice trainees, ideally with six months experience in obstetrics and gynaecology at the senior house officer grade. This book presents three complete DRCOG MCQ and OSCE circuits and encompasses all the possible MCQ and OSCE topics that can and have been asked in the DRCOG examination. They are presented in an identical way to the exam itself.
PLAB test is designed to assess the knowledge and skills of international medical graduates. The pass mark for the PLAB test reflects what is expected of a doctor entering their second year of their Foundation program training. This includes the professional values and behaviors required of doctors, which are fundamental to delivering excellent care for example, practicing in accordance with the core GMC guidance and within their competence. Break times — Coffee breaks for 15 minutes around 11am and 4pm. Lunch break for 1 hour at about 1. During the course there will be 13 days of lecture covering all the topics required for the PLAB 2 exam. During this time you may not be able to practice on the mannequins or take any mock tests.