MRCS PART A REVISION COURSES
Mr Sanjeev Pathak,
Course Director & Educator
Mr Sanjeev Pathak is an MCQ writer for the FRCS (Urology) examination at the Royal College of Surgeons.
He has mastered the ability to deliver knowledge required to pass the MRCS Part A exam. He has more than 25 years teaching experience. He will simplify complex facts that you will easily be able to recall during the exam. He will deliver ALL of the lectures over the 3-day period: Click here for more information about Mr Sanjeev Pathak, Course Director & Educator.
We are sympathetically aware that surgical trainees are under immense pressure. They are clinically dedicated to their patients thus, often only getting time to study during the evenings and weekends. Often, sacrificing time spent with their family and friends. Furthermore, we have all experienced the daunting feeling of opening textbooks after a busy day and becoming overwhelmed!
To alleviate all the pitfalls, we have assembled a dedicated premier faculty consisting of experienced Lecturers, Clinicians, OSCE examiners and FRCS exam question writers. The exam has a significant failure rate, let us save you the time, stress and money.
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MRCS Part A 3-day revision course
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MRCS Part A 3-day revision course & Mock MCQ day
The course was really well organised with excellent communication from the SMASHING Education team.
The course was well thought out and covered all core subjects that are examined. It made me realise my approach to studying and my exam technique were all wrong and I have left the course with increased confidence for my next attempt at MRCS part A.
There was plenty of interaction within the group and there was no pressure to know the answer. Mr Pathak was very approachable and took time to explain more complicated topics. Never did I think I would learn about the neural pathways of the CNS with an anecdote about a Ford Fiesta!
The SMASHING Education Course has been by far the most useful thing I’ve done in preparation for the MRCS. The course makes you focus on what is relevant and the practice questions helped with exam technique. I feel like I understand things more and can see how what was covered on the course can be applied to real life and also the exam.
I’ve used question banks which I still think are useful, but they don’t always require that higher order of thinking that is often needed in the actual exam, and there is also the pitfall of pattern and question recognition which only tests your ability to remember an answer, instead of understand.