Aspirants pursuing MRCS Part B often find themselves uncertain about how to prepare effectively for the exam. Are you a MRCS Part B February 2024 aspirant grappling with doubts on how to start ? Remember, qualifying for MRCS is not a big deal if you know some tips and tricks that can make your journey easier. Here, we will discuss the tips that can help you clear the MRCS Part B exam in a single go.
MRCS Part B is the final level of examination in your path towards the prestigious Royal College of Surgery Membership. The exam tests the knowledge, skills, and competencies of the aspirants and ensures they are equipped for high-quality training.
MRCS Part B OSCE consists of 18 stations, each lasting for 9 minutes. There is an additional 1 minute for reading the task instructions before the station starts and 1 minute for moving between stations at the end. Candidates can take 4 attempts to pass their Intercollegiate MRCS Part B OSCE exam. Make sure you successfully complete the exam within seven years of passing their Intercollegiate MRCS Part A.
The only shortcut to success is more practice. You can improve your skills only with constant practice. Practice regularly. It is always better if you get a study partner to practice.
If you don’t follow the past papers, you will surely face challenges on your way to clearing the MRCS Part B exam. By going through the past papers and creating an idea about the exam pattern, it will be easier for you to clear the exam in a single go. Practicing questions will also help you answer the questions asked at the end of the stations with ease. Keep the answers to the point.
Repetition is the key to success. Revise all the knowledge stations at least once in the week before the exam. It is important that you learn how to present your knowledge in response to each exam question. Revisions will help you give your best.
Have a good sleep before the exam. Keep yourself calm. Stay confident and give your best. Do not think about the stations you didn’t do well during your exams. It’s okay if you didn’t do well in one or two stations. Leave it and focus on the coming stations. Remember, thinking of the stations during your exam will reduce your concentration and efficiency.
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