MRCP SEP 2008 RECALLED QUESTIONS

Discussion in 'MRCP Forum' started by dr arif, Sep 10, 2008.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    DEAR GUEST ...
    Thanku so much 4 yr guidance ...yes yr tips will defintely help me n seems quite effective.
    Which books u studied beside Klara n pastest?
  2. mokhles

    mokhles Guest

    my friends, dr manoji, dr moustaqueem dr etc.......
    thank u for ur support but u know that i only study from kalra and basic science
    no net no sites at all, i think i will go through mrcpass on the net but can u give me advice to go through the free part or the paid one
    is the free one is enough
  3. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Dear DR.Mokhles...
    Ur source of knowledge for part 1 mrcp i.e.Kalra and basic science is absolutely alright....but the thing is the most important thing is to solve questions and make notes on ur kalra during solving questions...

    The best site which is also free is Passmedicine....
    I had a 4 book series of onexamination which i solved...

    There is too much free site in the net that u will not get enough time after solving these....
    I think the free options of mrcpass...probably 500 ques is enough.
    Besides u can have their free notes on different specialities.
    The other site i liked....www.ydr.com (Manoy questions but explanation is not so good)....www.mrcp.org (!446 questions)...etc which r all free...

    But i think Passmedicine...free portion of mrcpass and onexam will be enough...

    Best of luck...
  4. Guest

    Guest Guest

    hi all

    dear dr.manoj

    thanx so much for your endless help , as you are really a helpful person ,

    i was not a round the net during previous days ,

    thanx for every thing

    i have not preparing at all yet ,

    but i will update u , ASAP


    yours

    ghostrecon ( SEP 2008 previously )
    :lol:
  5. dr mustaqeem

    dr mustaqeem Guest

    dear dr mokhles

    dr manoj advice is awesome.here is some from me.
    i have printed past papers from mrcpass.com,if you cant do it on web, i will mail you by post the question.listen 50-60 percent questions came from past papers at mrcpass.com email me your address and inshallah i will send you the copies,these questions are solved by me,the key is to learn them by heart ,next diet you will pass, remember rcp ask common sense questions also so read the question carefully.also you can download free revision notes from mrcpass.com,they are great for last week revision,
    see your report of last diet and identify your areas of weakness and concentrate more on that. do all the ree bofs from fromm mrcpass.com.
    if you can you should do onexam this will teach you the style of rcp questions ,the questions you get wrong spend extra time to see why you got the wrong,practice practice and practice.

    my email address is qaziatajan@aol.com.

    mustaqeem
  6. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Hello Dr manoj!
    wanted 2 ask u if doing mcq from pass medicine n mrcpass is enough with klara or shd i go thru thr notes thoroughly?which site is better regarding notes?
    regards
    DR Rifat
  7. Guest

    Guest Guest

    CAN ANYONE EXPLAIN THIS Q...I CDNT UNDERSTAND cozTHEY SAID INTRAHEPATIC BILE ducta r normal

    A 35 year old man presents with lethargy and pruritus. He has had no abdominal pains and he is not jaundiced on examination. Blood tests show a bilirubin of 16 μmol/l, albumin 35 g/l, ALT 350 U/l, ALP 1200 U/l. ANA and AMA is negative. Ultrasound of the liver shows normal intrahepatic bile ducts and increased echotexture of liver parenchyma. Which is the likely diagnosis?


    A. Primary biliary cirrhosis

    B. Chronic active hepatitis

    C. Autoimmune hepatitis


    D. Primary sclerosing cholangitis

    E. Cholangiocarcinoma




    Answer: d) primary sclerosing cholangitis. Primary sclerosing cholangitis is usually seen in males. It is typically associated with ulcerative colitis. A positive pANCA can occur. The best investigation to confirm this is ERCP, which will reveal multiple strictures in the biliary system. 10% of patients with PSC will progress towards developing cholangiocarcinoma.
  8. salboy

    salboy Guest

    Dear Dr Manoj/Mustaqeem

    Can you please answer these questions from the last diet I have to resit unfortunately Thanx
    These are the questions I obtained from pastest website

    1.Very long background about patient with new onset glaucoma, list of meds, which caused it? Patient complained of sudden loss of vision, History of RA and on medications. Increased intra-ocular pressure, bilateral optic disc cupping on fundoscopy. Which of the following drugs is the cause?

    2.Ophthalmology

    Question:
    Patient has age-related exudative macular degeneration. Which is the strongest risk factor?

    Responses:
    Smoking
    Alcohol
    Hypertension
    Diabetes

    3.Theme:
    Psychiatry

    Question:
    You see a girl who admits to feeling depressed for a long time, she has no friends, prefers to stay at home, uses cannabis, history of alcohol use and history of self-harm. What is the most likely diagnosis?

    Responses:
    Borderline personality disorder
    Depressive disorder

    4.Theme:
    Psychiatry

    Question:
    A man with hypertension presents with 6 month history of memory loss and disinhibition. Most likely diagnosis?

    Responses:
    Alzheimer's
    Cerebrovascular incident
    Lewy body dementia
    Normal pressure hydrocephalus

    5.Theme:
    Psychiatry

    Question:
    You see a girl who admits to feeling depressed for a long time, she has no friends, prefers to stay at home, uses cannabis, history of alcohol use and history of self-harm. What is the most likely diagnosis?

    Responses:
    Borderline personality disorder
    Depressive disorder

    6.Theme:
    Psychiatry

    Question:
    A man with hypertension presents with 6 month history of memory loss and disinhibition. Most likely diagnosis?

    Responses:
    Alzheimer's
    Cerebrovascular incident
    Lewy body dementia
    Normal pressure hydrocephalus

    7.Theme:
    Psychiatry

    Question:
    Long stem, female patient brought to see you by her husband as she is pre-occupied and refuses to go outside for the last 6 weeks, stating that she is afraid of catching avian flu, saying that she knows that is likely because of all of the migrating birds outside her house. It is her husband's socks on the washing line that can save her/have alerted her to this(!). What is the most likely diagnosis?

    Responses:
    Acute paranoid schizophrenia
    Phobic disorder

    8.Theme:
    Psychiatry

    Question:
    A Fireman presents with insomnia, recurrent bad dreams and depressive symptoms after witnessing the death of a colleague during an incident they attended. What is the most likely diagnosis?

    Responses:
    PTSD
    Adjustment disorder

    9.Neurology

    Question:
    A father found his daughter in her room in a mute state. One hand is on her head, the other over her chest. Most likely diagnosis?

    Responses:
    Catatonia

    10.Neurology

    Question:
    Best prophylaxis against future events of trigeminal neurlalgia

    Responses:
    Carbamazepine
    Amitryptiline

    11.Neurology

    Question:
    25-year-old man explains that he has experienced episodes where he is unable to move just before onset of sleep, and just after waking. Each time it occurs it leaves him feeling frightened and anxious. It is sometimes associated with visual disturbances. What is the most likely diagnosis?

    Responses:
    Panic disorder
    Sleep paralysis
    Periodic paralysis
    Night Terrors
    Frontal lobe epilepsy

    12.Theme:
    Neurology

    Question:
    Patient presents with eye pain and diplopia of 2 days duration. No proptosis. On examination you see VIth nerve palsy, partial CN III palsy, and CNV sensory changes. What is the most likely site of the lesion

    Responses:
    Cavernous sinus
    Orbital apex
    Pons

    13.Theme:
    Nephrology

    Question:
    Lady who is 12 weeks pregnant presents with albuminuria. BP 142/62 mmHg Urinary albumin 0.8g Creatinine 128 micromol/l Her mother has history of renal disease, but patient is well with no past history of note. What is most likely cause of the albuminuria?

    Responses:
    UTI
    Reflux nephropathy
    Orothostatic proteinuria
    Pre-eclampsia
    Minimal change disease

    14.Theme:
    Molecular Medicine

    Question:
    In which organelle would you find ds circular DNA?

    Responses:
    ribosome
    peroxisome
    mitochondria
    nucleus

    15.Theme:
    Infectious Diseases

    Question:
    Patient complained of urethral discharge. Gram negative diplococci seen after investigation. Was treated with cephalosporin but no resolution of symptoms was apparent. There is likely to be co-infection with?

    Responses:
    Candida spp
    Chlamydia trachomatis
    HSV
    Syphilis

    16.Theme:
    Infectious Diseases

    Question:
    A patient will be undergoing an elective splenectomy, when should this patient receive pneumococcal vaccination?

    Responses:
    1 week before operation
    1 month before operation
    2 weeks before operation
    1 month after operation
    postoperatively

    17.Theme:
    Infectious Diseases

    Question:
    Kaposi's sarcoma is associated with which virus?

    Responses:
    HHV8
    EBV
    HHV6
    HTLV

    18.Theme:
    Infectious Diseases

    Question:
    You are consulted on a patient with cellulitis who is not responding to treatment with flucloxacillin-benzylpenicillin. What is the most appropriate next treatment step?

    Responses:
    co-trimoxazole
    metronidazole
    Gentamicin
    Clindamycin
    Vancomycin

    19.Theme:
    Immunology

    Question:
    You see a teenage girl who presents to you from a children's party. She says that she had helped to blow up balloons at the party. She has wheezing, angiodema and lip swelling, urticaria and rash. What is the most likely diagnosis?

    Responses:
    Latex allergy
    Peanut allergy
    Allergic contact dermatitis
    C1-esterase deficiency

    20.Theme:
    Hamatology

    Question:
    31-year-old man who has clinical picture of red cell aplasia/anaemia, his son had a fever and rash on his cheeks last week, which of the following is the most likely causative organism?

    Responses:
    Parvovirus B19

    21.Theme:
    Haematology

    Question:
    Pregnant lady develops features of TTP. What is your initial treatment?

    Responses:
    IV heparin
    Methylprednisolone
    Immunoglobulin
    Plasma exchange
    Platelet transfusion

    22.Theme:
    Haematology

    Question:
    A man with a history of treated non-Hodgkin's lymphoma now presents with new symptoms of gum bleeding. What is the most likely diagnosis?

    Responses:
    AML
    ALL
    CML
    CLL

    23.Theme:
    Haematology

    Question:
    Mechanism by which multiple myeloma causes hypercalcaemia

    Responses:
    Osteoclastic activation
    Decreased renal clearance

    24.Theme:
    Haematology

    Question:
    A 70-year-old lady who had a lumpectomy for breast ca 20 years ago now presents with lower back pain. Calcium (corr) 2.2, Phosphate low, ALP mildly raised, technetium bone scan normal. X-ray shows lytic lesions. What is the investigation of choice?

    Responses:
    MR spine
    Serum beta 2 microgloblulin
    Serum protein electrophoresis

    25.Theme:
    Genetics

    Question:
    Hereditary haemorrhagic telangiectasia, mode of inheritance?

    Responses:
    Autosomal recessive
    Autosomal dominant
    X-linked

    26.Theme:
    Genetics

    Question:
    Lady presents with lethargy. An ECHO shows dilated cardiomyopathy. Her son and brother have muscular dystrophy. What is the genetic reason she has MD?

    Responses:
    Non-random X chromosome inactivation
    Genomic mosaicism
    Autosomal translocation

    27.Theme:
    Gastroenterology

    Question:
    Patient has suspected IBS. Which of the following would not be an expected finding for the clinical presentation?

    Responses:
    Pain that wakes patient at night
    Mucus in stools
    Feeling of incomplete evacuation
    Alternation of bowel habit

    28.Theme:
    Gastroenterology

    Question:
    35-year-old patient with history of dysphagia, diagnosed with H. pylori after endoscopy and then underwent eradication therapy. Best test to follow-up for and check up on Helicobacter pylori eradication?

    Responses:
    14C breath test
    faecal antigen test
    13C breath test
    Endoscopy
    Endoscopy biopsy and urease

    29.Theme:
    Gastroenterology

    Question:
    Chronic alcoholic presents with steatorrhoea and chronic abdominal pain. What is the investigation of choice?

    Responses:
    CT abdomen
    Abdominal XR
    CT pancreas
    USS abdomen

    30.Theme:
    Gastroenterology

    Question:
    Mechanism of action of terlipressin when used to treat variceal bleed/hepatorenal bleed?

    Responses:
    Splanchnic vasoconstrictoin

    31.Theme:
    Gastroenterology

    Question:
    You see a patient with Crohn's disease who has been suffering diarrhoea >6 times/day which is unresponsive to steroids and mesalazine (which he has been taking for 3 weeks). What is the most appropriate next treatment?

    Responses:
    Azathioprine
    Infliximab
    Methotrexate
    Surgery

    32.Theme:
    Gastroenterology

    Question:
    Pregnant woman with HELLP syndrome suggested by lab results. (Haemolytic anaemia, low platelets) Best management?

    Responses:
    Plasma exchange
    Prednisolone
    Normal human immunoglobulin
    IV heparin

    33.Theme:
    Endocrinology

    Question:
    Which of the following is the strongest factor to confirm MODY?

    Responses:
    BMI>>
    Strong family history
    episodes of DKA ?? is this the correct answer as mentioned by pastest
    Autosomal recessive trait

    34.Theme:
    Endocrinology

    Question:
    A lady presents with amenorrhoea and galactorrhoea. She has normal visual fields. Prolactin levels are raised. MRI reveals a 7mm pituitary microadenoma. Which of the following hormones would you expect to be low?

    Responses:
    ADH
    cortisol
    GH
    thyroxine
    LH

    35.Theme:
    Endocrinology

    Question:
    A 19-year-old female gymnast presents with complaints of headache and fatigue. Request is made for routine hormone levels. Which is likely to be decreased?

    Responses:
    Cortisol
    GH
    LH
    Prolactin
    Thyroid

    36.Theme:
    Endocrinology

    Question:
    What is the equivalent dose of prednisolone that would be equal to the glucocorticoid produced endogenously each day by the adrenals in a healthy individual.

    Responses:
    1mg
    2.5mg
    5mg
    7.5mg
    10mg
    Calculation please if possible

    37.Theme:
    Endocrinology

    Question:
    Pregnant woman with ?gestational diabetes OGTT results: 0 hour 5.6 2 hour 12.8 What is the best management? Was that the gestational diabetes really I think only one time glucose levels were geranged

    Responses:
    Repeat OGTT in 4 weeks
    Soluble insulin
    OHGA's

    38.Theme:
    Clinical Pharmacology

    Question:
    A patient is admitted to the ward with multiple fractures, one week later he displays nasal discharge, hypersalivation and irritability. Use of which drug is to be suspected in a patient who presents with withdrawal symptoms of hypersalivation and nasal discharge?

    Responses:
    Amphetamine
    Cocaine
    Heroin
    Codeine
    Alcohol

    39.Theme:
    Clinical Pharmacology

    Question:
    When should simvastatin be taken?

    Responses:
    After breakfast
    After evening meal
    Last thing in the evening (bedtime)
    First thing in the morning
    Just before evening meal

    40.Theme:
    Clinical Pharmacology

    Question:
    Risperidone has a higher affinity for?

    Responses:
    Dopamine (D2) receptors
    Histamine receptors
    Serotonin receptors
    5HT antagonist

    41.Theme:
    Clinical Pharmacology

    Question:
    When treating a methanol overdose with fomepizole what are the pharmacokinetics involved?

    Responses:
    Competitive inhibition
    competitive agonist
    Non-competitive inhibition
    Allosteric

    42.Theme:
    Clinical Pharmacology

    Question:
    Rituximab has monoclonal antibody activity against?

    Responses:
    CD20
    CD19
    CD21
    CD22

    43.Theme:
    Clinical Anatomy

    Question:
    Hand anatomy, likely site of lesion in person with numbness of index finger and forearm and weakness of thumb adduction?

    Responses:
    Median nerve
    Radial nerve
    Ulnar nerve
    T7
    Anterior interosseous nerve

    44.Theme:
    Clinical Anatomy

    Question:
    A patient who suffered a humeral fracture that has been in a cast for the past 8 weeks presents with weakness in the deltoid, and sensory loss over the deltoid region. The likely site of the lesion is?

    Responses:
    brachial plexus
    axillary nerve
    radial nerve
    ulnar nerve
    Neuralgic amyotrophy

    45.Theme:
    Cardiology

    Question:
    Which of the following is the most specific ECG abnormality found in pericarditis?

    Responses:
    ST segment elevation
    PR segment depression
    T-wave inversion

    46.Theme:
    Cardiology

    Question:
    Patient with WPW presents with tachycardia (no known previous history). ECG shows AF with ventricular rate of 180/min. What is treatment of choice?

    Responses:
    Flecainide
    Verapamil
    Adenosine
    Sotalol
    Digoxin

    47.Theme:
    Cardiology

    Question:
    Which antihypertensive would you start for a patient who is currently on lithium?

    Responses:
    ACE inhibitor
    AT II antagonist
    Indapamid
    Thiazide
    Atenolol

    48.Theme:
    Rheumatology

    Question:
    Most appropriate treatment for patient who presents with acute gout who is also on warfarin?

    Responses:
    Prednisolone
    Colchicine
    Diclofenac
    Allopurinol
    Indomethacin

    49.Theme:
    Rheumatology

    Question:
    What X-ray changes would you expect to see in a patient who has been diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis?

    Responses:
    Osteophytes
    Perarticular osteopaenia

    50.Theme:
    Respiratory

    Question:
    Cryptogenic fibrosing alveolitis, which sign gives most accurate diagnosis?

    Responses:
    Lack of clear heart border

    51.Theme:
    Respiratory

    Question:
    Stem details can't remember then asked for best investigation to confirm EAA?

    Responses:
    Eosinophilia
    Neutrophilia
    Upper lobe fibrosis
    Cyanosis
    Clubbing

    52.Theme:
    Respiratory

    Question:
    CXR shows a speculated hilar mass. What would you expect to hear on auscultation?

    Responses:
    Monophonic wheeze
    Bronchial breath sounds
    Whispering pectriloquy

    53.Theme:
    Respiratory

    Question:
    A nurse who has had a positive tuberculin skin test comes to you for advice. She had been in contact with a patient who had pulmonary tuberculosis. She is well and her CXR is normal. She has started a course of isoniazid. Which of the following is the most appropriate occupational health advice?

    Responses:
    Continue to work as normal
    Stay off work for 2 weeks while she is on the initial prophylactic isoniazid course
    Stay off work and have a repeat CXR in 6 weeks
    Stay off work for 6 weeks

    Many thanks
    Salman
  9. mokhles

    mokhles Guest

  10. salboy

    salboy Guest

    Can any one help me in these questions , I posted earlier
  11. mokhles

    mokhles Guest

    pls sir can u help me in revising my score in mrcp iat part 2008 /9/9

    iam

    my % are as follow

    cardiology 67%

    clinical haematology and oncology 69%

    clinical pharmacology, therapeutics and toxology 43%

    clinical sceince 71%

    dermatology 40%

    endocrinology 45%

    gastroenterology 58%

    geriatric medicine 100%

    infectious dis and sexually transmitted dis 58%

    nephrology 62%

    neurology 78%

    ophthalmology 75%

    psychiatry 50%

    respiratory medicine 50%

    rheumatology 60%

    how my examination score is just 486 below 50% and when i calcualte as a % it is 61.73333%

    so it may make a little differ but not so much differ i only take 3 branches below 50%

    and all others r above and 3 of them r more than 70% which include clinical sceince

    which is a huge branche and one of them is 100% and 4 of them above 60%
  12. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Dr Salboy ..m just the beginner so i dont want to guess any anwser but u can look at pervious mails...dr manoj mailed around 150 question with ansers
  13. salboy

    salboy Guest

    yes Dr Rifat
    thanks for pointing it out but a number of themes at that time were not being recalled properly and the answers he mentioned a number of them would be definitely wrong as well other wise he would have scored more than 90 % which he didnt
    I hope you got my point
    So I am still looking for the responses
    Many thanks
    Salman
  14. Guest

    Guest Guest

    ok

    salboya

    1-prednisolone
    2-smoking
    3-depression.
    4-alzhemer.
    5-depression (repeated)
    6-alzhmer (rep.)
    7-acute paranoia.
    8-adjusment disorder (check wikipedia + mrcpass)
    9-catatonia.
    10-CABZ.
    11-sleep paralysis.
    12-orbital apex.
    13-reflux.
    14-nucleus (mitochondria SS ) check wikipedia
    15-chlamydia
    16-1 month pre op.
    17-HHV8
    18-clindamycine.
    19-latex allergy.
    20-parvovirus.
    21-plasma exchage. ???? Ig ????
    22-aml , associated with DIC
    23-osteoclast activ.
    24-XXXXXXXXXX
    25-AD.
    26-non-random
    27-pain at nite.
    28-14c
    29-ct
    30-Splanchnic vasoconstrictoin
    31-Infliximab
    32-Ig ??? P.ex????
    33-strong family Hx
    34-????????????
    35-LH
    36-?????????
    37-insuline
    38-heroin
    39-Last thing in the evening (bedtime
    40-5HT antagonist
    41-Competitive inhibition
    42-CD20
    43-Median nerve
    44-axillary nerve
    45-?????????
    46-Flecainide
    47-???
    48-Prednisolone
    49-Perarticular osteopaenia
    50-Lack of clear heart border (OXFORD HAND BOOK)
    51-?????????? Neutrophilia
    52-Bronchial breath sounds
    53-Continue to work as normal


    I HOPE , I HALPED YOU A LITTLE BIT ,

    these answeres could carry right or wrong possibilty ,
    as i answered them just like this in the exam

    thankssssssssssssssssss
  15. Guest

    Guest Guest

    SO FAR I HAVE DONE ONLY GASTRO N ENDO SO HERE R MY RESPONSE WHICH DIFFER A BIT FROM GUEST ...PLZ POINT OUT IF I HAV ANS ANYTHNG WRONG
    27-waking at nit() not in nice guidelines


    Irritable bowel syndrome: diagnosis

    NICE published clinical guidelines on the diagnosis and management of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) in 2008

    The diagnosis of IBS should be considered if the patient has had the following for at least 6 months:
    • abdominal pain, and/or
    • bloating, and/or
    • change in bowel habit

    A positive diagnosis of IBS should be made is the patient has abdominal pain relieved by defecation or associated with altered bowel frequency stool form, in addition to 2 of the following 4 symptoms:
    • altered stool passage (straining, urgency, incomplete evacuation)
    • abdominal bloating (more common in women than men), distension, tension or hardness
    • symptoms made worse by eating
    • passage of mucus

    Features such as lethargy, nausea, backache and bladder symptoms may also support the diagnosis

    Red flag features should be enquired about:
    • rectal bleeding
    • unexplained/unintentional weight loss
    • family history of bowel or ovarian cancer
    • onset after 60 years of age
    28-serology remain positive upto 6 mnth so ans will b fecal antigen or c13 breath testnot c14
    29- i think ct abdomen(not sure)
    30-splachic vasoconstriction-
    31-surgery-ohcm(SOME SAID AZATHIOPRIN/INFIXIMB)ANY1 KNOW RT ANS?
    34-35 ans:LH
    36= 7.5mg (1mg prednisolone = 4 md hydrocortizone..n v giv 20 mg am n 10mg nit total 30)
  16. mokhles

    mokhles Guest

    dr manoji, dr mustaqueem , friends pls any one on this site have passed ist part 9/9/2008 pls send me score of % of correct answer bec the mrcp asking me to pay 100 pounds for recalculation of my score so if i am sure from any other passer score i will send money to re calculate my score bec i feel that i didnt take my real score
  17. Guest

    Guest Guest

    ok , from dr.manoj 184 BOF ,

    i solved 155 , and i got 671

    hope this would helps you
  18. mokhles

    mokhles Guest

    hi dr manoji
    sorry what i ment if u see up u will see my % answered correctly and i would like to compare with u cardiology and nephrology and ,,,,,,, etc u see
  19. mokhles

    mokhles Guest

    and from where did u know that u answered 155 q correct
  20. NEW GUEST

    NEW GUEST Guest

    Dear Mokhles,

    Dont waste your money. The variation in your marks and percentage is probably due to the new 'equating' system, where all questions do not carry same marks.

    I got 646, but I made percentage using them and it was 72.9%. That means I answered more but got less, and probably would get more if the previous system existed.

    So, dont waste time and look forward for January 2009 for part 1.

    Good luck!
  21. mokhles

    mokhles Guest

    no u know that i got 62% as a total and the final is 480 too much differ i know it less about 8% but in my case more trhan 14% which is unusual
  22. Guest

    Guest Guest

    score

    hi dr mokhles
    i have read your posts and looked at your performance numbers.you did very well in clinical science parts unfortunatley your subspecialty scores were not good,there you see where to improve,i agree with guest that score difference is due to equating, i got 687 my average percentage correct is 81 percent.
    i will recommend the following
    read kalra and make notes of subspciaties.
    do all past papers from paid sites like mrcpass.com learn them well
    do bofs from one exam.com.
    inshallah you will pass the next sitting.

    mustaqeem
  23. mokhles

    mokhles Guest

    thank u dr mustaqueem
    i hope next may i can inter the exam
    bec i cant get it at next january
    God be with u at second part and keep in toutch
  24. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Dear Mokhles = I worked out your score and it appears to be around 60% you seem to have scored around 3-5% less than the pass mark (under the old method)

    Remember your equated score is not a percentage score. The Pass mark is 521 and you scored 484, which means you've scored around 3-5% less than the pass mark (roughly).

    The new system makes no difference. It's just that for all exams the pass mark will always be 521 and you score is equated accordingly.
  25. Guest

    Guest Guest

    dear dr mokhles
    u missed narrowly
    my score was 460
    how much is it equal to, i didnt rcv the letter yet
    am planning to appear in may
    shall we do combine study
    i have started una coales, passmedicine
    kindly reply
  26. mokhles

    mokhles Guest

    yes guest iam planning to appear next may tooo
    and tell me what ur paper tells u when u rcv it ,, keep in toutch i am not studying rt now i have a lot of work to do but i think i will study from the next month from free net site ,,
  27. Guest

    Guest Guest

    hello dr mokhkles
    my email address is nisark@ymail.com, my name is nisar,am working in saudi,where do u work,my email id is nisark@ymail.com, wud be very happy to see u r mail
    thank u
  28. Guest

    Guest Guest

    New and previous system

    Plz.what is the new system of score. :?
  29. BB

    BB Guest

    MRCP 1st part exm

    I would like to know whens the 1st part MRCP exm? Where can i get the required details? Like where do i get the application?

    Thanks.
  30. emeda300

    emeda300 Guest

    collection of MRCP MCQ

    This website is useful 4mrcp exams, contains alot of free MRCP questions

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    Guest Guest

    mrcp books and course material for resale

    hi guys
    i recently passed all parts of my mrcp exams and want to sell all my mrcp material for all parts [books and course material] excellent material from very costly courses
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