MRCS PART B OSCE COURSES

MRCS Part B 2-day OSCE Prep Course Itinerary

The MRCS Part B OSCE 2-day online preparation course is suitable for delegates who have successfully completed the MRCS Part A examination. 
 
The online interactive course will cover the contents examined in all 13 stations. Each delegate will be examined for 9 minutes whilst being observed by other delegates. Constructive feedback will be given. Time will be available for group discussion too, we would strongly encourage delegates to be interactive. 

Please note, there will be no teaching during these 2 days, if you need to refresh your knowledge, we would highly recommend you attend the Anatomy & Pathology refresher courses.

MRCS Part B 2-day OSCE Prep Course: Oral Examinations

Oral examinations will be conducted by:

            1. Mr Sanjeev Pathak:
(ex-Anatomy Examiner, University of Oxford, current FRCS Urology MCQ Writer)

            2. Professional actor:
 (ex-MRCS Part B simulated patient) *

            3. Consultant Anaesthetist:
(ex-MRCS Part B Examiner) *

            * subject to availability 

Click here for more information about Mr Sanjeev Pathak, Course Director & Educator.

MRCS Part B: Reviews

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Excellent crash course covering the maximum possible information.


The explanations provided were concise and as detailed as necessary!


Loved the 1:1 focus and individualized pointers/feedback. 
Mr Pathak was extremely patient and approachable throughout.


The actor and anaesthetist are both great assets to this revision course and they provided the best possible simulation and personalized feedback. 

 

I would certainly recommend this course, especially for the individualized attention, supportive/mentoring vibe and the pointers from Mr Pathak, the actor and anaesthetist. 

Post Exam feedback: I am so happy that I have passed my Part B exam on the 1st sitting thanks to your course and all your support. Thank you so much for helping me prepare in such a short span of time! 

Clinical Fellow, London
MRCS Part B 2-Day OCSE prep course
Live Online | 
June 2021

We have restricted the number of delegates to 8. This will ensure the quality of the course delivered is maintained and will allow delegates to interact during the Q&A sessions.  Due to limit places, we would encourage you to book early to avoid disappointment. 

 

 

SMASHING Education aims to help you pass the exam!

| SMASHING Education:

  • Proven track record in teaching and candidates succeeding!

  • Understand the Exam!

  • Structured teaching!

  • Simplification of facts!

 

You will leave the course with confidence, energy and enthusiasm!

UPCOMING LIVE ONLINE COURSES:
Suitable for
October 2021 Examination: 

Click each course for more details & booking

Click each course for more details & booking

  MRCS Surgical Anatomy & Pathology Part B Knowledge Refresher courses 

| Focused Part B teaching in line with MRCS Part B syllabus 
| Brush up on your knowledge
| Easy mnemonics
| Interactive and engaging

Surgical Anatomy

| Saturday 28th August

 | CLOSED 

Surgical Pathology

| Sunday 29th August

 | CLOSED 

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MRCS Part B 2 Day OSCE Oral Prep Course with actors and examiners

| Oral OSCE examinations under simulated exam conditions
| With feedback and tips 
| Professional actors, Critical Care Consultants and Ex-MRCS Examiners

MRCS Part B 2 day OSCE Prep Courses 

| Saturday 11th September
&
| Saturday 18th September

| Live Online

| Places per course: 8

 | BOTH COURSES FULLY BOOKED 

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UPCOMING LIVE ONLINE COURSES:
Suitable for 
February 2022 Examination: 
Dates to be announced

* MRCS Part B OSCE:
Overview

Sheffield is the only venue outside of London that hosts the Royal College of Surgeons of England MRCS Part B examination in the UK. This is held annually in May, Sheffield.
 
The MRCS Part B (OSCE) will be delivered in person. The format of the exam has reverted back to 17 stations with a duration of 9 minutes per station.   
 
MRCS Part B is an objective structured clinical exam (OSCE). It tests:

          - Anatomy and Surgical Pathology
          - Applied Surgical Science and Critical Care  
          - Procedural Skills
          - Communication Skills
 
* Please visit The Intercollegiate Surgical Royal Colleges website for rules and regulations - click here.