Which question bank is best for MRCP Part 2?

If you would ask for my opinion, I would suggest that, if you studied passmedicine for part 1, go for pastest in part 2 and if you studied pastest in part 1, go for passmedicine in part 2. It is because I felt that both of these question banks are required in a journey of your MRCP at some point of time.

What is a good score in MRCP Part 2?

MRCP(UK) Part 2 Written Examination For the vast majority of candidates this score is a number between 200 and 800 – although occasionally could be negative or above 800.

When should I take MRCP Part 2?

Part 2 Written Examination This period coincides with the end of the CT1 year in UK medical training. Candidates taking the exam between 12 and 24 months after graduation are slightly less likely to succeed, but the pass rate is still above 85%.

How long does MRCP 2 last?

Since 2018, the exam now consists of two, three hour papers each with 100 questions. Click here for more information. The exam will test your ability to apply clinical understanding, make clinical judgements and take responsibility for: prioritising diagnostic or problem lists.

Which is better Pastest or Passmedicine?

Passmedicine has around 3000 + questions. More than, 90% of questions in this bank are of high yield for the exam. Pastest is more comprehensive question bank with over 6000 questions, past papers collection, and a mobile offline app that can sync your account.

How many times can you take MRCP?

All medical royal colleges and faculties are required by the General Medical Council (GMC) to introduce a limit on the number of attempts at their examinations. The GMC have specified that the maximum number of attempts allowed at each part of the examination should be six.

How many times can you attempt MRCP?

Candidates are permitted a maximum of six attempts at each part of the MRCP(UK) diploma (as required by the GMC).

What’s the best way to do Part 2 of MRCP?

I would also recommend sticking to one practice question website, firstly to save money and secondly so you are not procrastinating by over thinking things. Just pick two resources from above and start revising. If you put in the work, you will pass. Another tip is that once you pass Part 1, attempt Part 2 straight away.

Is there a data interpretation for the MRCP?

There’s also a little one called ‘Data interpretation for the MRCP’ which I found decent and has a section on echos too. I did part 1 at the start of F2 and was ready for part 2 in december but had to cancel because of interviews and ended up doing it in the spring but felt much less prepared.

Who is the medical advisor for MRCP Part 2?

This podcast is about the MRCP Part 2 written exam, authored by Gavin Brittain, Neurology Registrar at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital in Sheffield and MRCP Medical Advisor for Pastest. Listen using the player below, download it for later, or read the transcript. Oops, we couldn’t find that track.

When is the best time to take the MRCP?

Sit the exam at the right time in your training. UK graduates, for example, have the best chance of passing the exam within 3 years of graduation (usually at the end of the year after completing Foundation year two). 2. Familiarise yourself with the curriculum. The Royal College website provides a breakdown of questions per speciality.