MRCS Part B Online Revision Course:
Course Itinerary

The MRCS Part B OSCE 2-day online revision 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. 

MRCS Part B Online Revision 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 

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Mr Sanjeev Pathak, Course Director & Educator.

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!


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MRCS Part B 2-day Online Revision Course

Saturday 18th Sept | Online



Additional Course
* The Sept course is now fully booked.
We may potentially offer an additional course on Sat 11th-12th Sept with 8 places available.

If you would like to reserve a place, please click here and complete the form. 

Coming soon

Part B Preparation course
Most candidates lose many marks on the knowledge component of this exam - this often results in a fail!
 We will be offering a revision day to refresh your knowledge in line with the Part B requirements. 



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.
Currently, due to Covid-19, the MRCS Part B (OSCE) will be delivered in person, maintaining social distancing. The format of the exam has changed from 17 stations to 13 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.