Many websites give MCQs and other revision aids for both undergraduate and postgraduate medical exams.
- By: Karen Hebert
Try www.oneexamination.com for practice papers in all examination types including MCQs and extended matching questions for medical students, and for those taking their exams for membership of the Royal College of Physicians, the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, and the Royal College of Surgeons; fellowship of the Royal College of Anaesthetists; and for the Professional and Linguistic Assessment Board. Subscription costs from £30 ($54; €44) for four months for medical students and a 50% discount applies for members of the Medical Defence Union.
There are a few free MCQ websites too; www.fleshandbones.com is an excellent resource that is easy to navigate. The site includes many useful links such as book reviews and study tips, but most importantly has an extensive database of MCQs. Most subjects are covered, albeit in varying degrees. A good feature is that you get the correct answer immediately after answering each question. Each MCQ