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My experience with PLAB 2 !

Author: shreerav, Posted on Monday, July 12 @ 02:43:09 IST by RxPG  

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PLAB Part 2

After sharing my experience with PLAB 1, I thought I would write about PLAB 2, although many of the facts may be repetitions of the extremely well written previous posts of similar kind. I took the exams on Mar 11th .

I would like to also add that this is primarily for such of those women who are likely to have gross restrictions on their time and freedom due to child care responsibilities.

Pre exams- I attended the 2 weekend courses. I could afford no more time away from home.I found it useful in the following ways-
1. You get quickly oriented to the dynamics of the PLAB 2 exam.
2. You understand how exactly you need to prepare for the exam with the limited time you have.
3. You have access to manikins
4. You make good friends who will help you fill in the blanks left behind by the incompleteness of the course you have attended.

Once back from the course, I divided my time between manikin stations, history stations, examination and counseling.One advantage of PLAB 2 for women with kids is that you don’t have to sit in a room with your books like for PLAB 1. (Although that luxury would be quite welcome!)

Once you spend some time learning the manikin stations, history and counseling stations, you can constantly practice these things while at work. I would practice the manikin stations while cooking, cleaning and the sort – because all you need to do is keep thinking and talking to yourself although you are physically doing something else.

In addition to practicing the routine manikins I would also practice some variations of the stations like what I would do if something went wrong.

Say for example, if you don’t manage to obtain blood in the IV cann station, the vital thing is to gracefully and professionally execute a salvage procedure. I found it extremely useful to practice this beforehand so that if it does happen, you wouldn’t as much as bat an eyelid. Just stop and say to the examiner, “I am extremely sorry, I haven’t been able to obtain blood. Would you like me to repeat the procedure?”

You must plan precisely what you would do if he said “yes please”, because it is at this point in time that we are very likely to break the rules of the aseptic technique considering the enormous stress we are under.

Similarly plan what you would do if you are unable to shoot off the ABG needle, and the like.
I would spend about 2 hrs every day rattling off the manikins, as it puts you in the autopilot mode in the exams.

History taking- It is very important to learn the DDs for the vital stations – so I would work on them every day for about an hour.

You can follow which ever technique you like for history taking. I followed the system of asking about the presenting symptom in detail followed by a head to toe review-

Head- neurological symptoms
Forehead- fever
Eyes- blurred vision, discharge
Nose- discharge, URI
Ear- discharge
Mouth- ulcers,
I would ask about appetite, loss of weight and lumps or bumps.
Neck- Swellings
Chest- heart and lung symptoms, breast lumps in females
Abdomen- all symptoms
Bowel, bladder, external genitalia

Menstrual history in females
Legs- Swellings
Skin
Joints, back

This would be followed by past, family, social travel and all that.

Personally I found this a comprehensive technique for pre anaesthetic check also. Its easy to remember what to ask next.

Counselling stations- I used patient . co . uk quite liberally to quickly read up and note down vital points.

Constant practice is so very important and I would do that almost every waking minute of the day. It’s easy; you could be feeding your baby but simultaneously be counseling for epilepsy/ something.

Examination- This might sound strange, but I did most of the examinations on myself, because I figured I was better than a pillow. I did not have a study partner as there was no one taking exams nearby, and also, with kids its difficult to coordinate study with anyone else. Only stations like joints, I would practice on my husband, or kids when they were in the mood for it.

CPR- Although it may seem superfluous, I practiced this twice a day. There are various theories as to what happens when a mistake is committed in CPR, so I did not want to take a chance. After all it hardly takes a few mins.

I had made a list of “cannot afford to forget ” and “must ask” questions for each station- and I would revise these regularly. For eg travel history in a patient with fever, etc.

On the day of the exam-

To be well rested is really important- your mind needs to be sharp.
Dress- Formals, do take time with your appearance.
Ensure you don’t get hypoglycemic for the next couple of hours.

The new GMC building is quite a daunting one, and as I was entering the huge revolving doors, I had half a mind to revolve right out and run away, but remember, staying calm is half the battle won!

Everyone is really kind and polite. They do a verification of your ID and documents, and give you a card with your photograph on it to wear around your neck.

Try hard to stay calm, as I was pretty unnerved by all that formality.

When the exam begins,
1. Read the question carefully.
2. Try to recall the “cannot forget”/ “must be done” points for that station.
3. Don’t worry too much about the name of the patient. I was so paranoid I would forget the name. The examiners were introducing all patients to us- This is Mrs. Brown, you can talk to her.
4. The task was kept quite accessibly on the coffee table in the station.


All of us candidates come out of the exams and say “the examiner in the intussception station was nice” or the hemicolectomy examiner was grumpy or whatever.

What do we mean by nice? He was pleasant; maybe smiley, looked kind and sympathetic, and probably seemed helpful.

We manage to gather this info from what, the 4 words the examiner spoke to us? It is primarily from his non verbal communication. Imagine how much more they must be judging us in that same time!

You must come across precisely the same way to the examiner and simulator.

I entered with a bright, confidant smile for the examiner, and an equally bright one for the simulator ( unless it’s a bad news station)
The importance of being courteous and polite simply cannot be overemphasized. Listen to the simulator carefully. Choose your words well. Intermittently ensure the simulators understanding of your advice.

Towards the end ensure the simulator says “ I have understood everything you have said doctor and I have no further questions”. You may then rest your case, or if you have time, you could add a few more points.

In the history stations, even if you feel you have taken a brilliant history, its always good to ask the simulator if there is anything he would like to tell you, before you talk to the examiner. (just to be sure) You ll never know, you may hear something important that you’d forgotten to ask.

In the examination stations, if a simulator is in pain, its good to ask-

1. If he has taken any painkiller in the past few hours
2. If he is allergic to any painkillers
before you prescribe any. Don’t forget to offer painkillers first though.

Please practice giving crisp, clear, brief instructions to the simulator. If you don’t, the simulator will not do what you have asked.

Sometimes strange things happen, like we had a renal colic station on Mar 11 th and after giving all the renal, ureteric colic etc DDs I said, “ in a young woman of child bearing age, ectopic pregnancy has to be kept in mind”. I don’t know why, but the examiner burst into loud laughter for several seconds! I was quite shocked and worried wondering what I did wrong. I still wonder why?

When dochina entered the CVS station, she had barely come in , when the examiner unceremoniously put the steth in her hand. Why he did that, we don’t know! She of course, was unperturbed and calmly placed the steth on the patients bed and continued as she had planned.

There may be fire drills in the midst of the exams. Don’t panic!!

Remember, be polite and calm. Have faith in yourself. Attend as many days of the course of your choice as possible. Try to get a study partner. If you cant, make the best of what you have.

I must also say, my performance was not flawless. I myself could think of things I could have done much better. But I passed. Even if you forget one thing, or something goes wrong, don’t panic please. Complete the station as gracefully as you can.

I think I have covered all that I wanted to say. As Dr.Salil said, I’m no expert either, but just want to share my experience.

Congratulations to all colleagues who have passed. Good luck to all of you waiting for your results and exams.



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Comment #1 by shreerav at 30/03/2010 at 06:19;
after sharing my experience with plab 1, i thought i would write about plab 2, although many of the facts may be repetitions of the extremely well written previous posts of similar kind. i took the exams on mar 11th . i would like to also add that this...read more
Comment #2 by nhs at 30/03/2010 at 14:51;
thanks for sharing ur experience..i admire u.. good luck in ur endeavors!...read more
Comment #3 by am1979 at 30/03/2010 at 16:07;
hats off to you.,.. u ans salil did a great job!...read more
Comment #4 by drsunny_09 at 30/03/2010 at 17:07;
hi shreerav u have done a good job...read more
Comment #5 by drsaviour at 30/03/2010 at 17:12;
i was looking for some one withto take weeked couse exp. thankgod for that...e plz tell if the second weekend brain storming session would be sufficient. as my hubby is not free to take me for the in ten sive weekend course , this eing the easter weekend...read more
Comment #6 by shreerav at 30/03/2010 at 17:24;
i was looking for some one withto take weeked couse exp. thankgod for that...e plz tell if the second weekend brain storming session would be sufficient. as my hubby is not free to take me for the in ten sive weekend course , this eing the easter weekend...read more
Comment #7 by shreerav at 30/03/2010 at 17:26;
hi shreerav u have done a good job not without your help and kindness drsunny!! ever grateful! :)...read more
Comment #8 by salil210 at 30/03/2010 at 17:55;
very well-written. it is the best article in here !...read more
Comment #9 by shreerav at 30/03/2010 at 19:28;
nice of you to say that dr.salil! congratulations to you....read more
Comment #10 by salil210 at 30/03/2010 at 20:39;
welcome dr shreerav. congratulations to you too :-)...read more
Comment #11 by dochina at 30/03/2010 at 23:53;
shreee..nice job...haha uve also mentioned abt ma cvs xam experience...great work..way to go :) i met alot of good ppl in d lpool course n u r fr sure one of em :) god bless u...read more
Comment #12 by ramzan at 31/03/2010 at 03:21;
congratulations dr shreerav! thanks for this post how long did you prepare for the exam, i have a 9m baby i`m not sure how much time is better to leave for preparation...read more
Comment #13 by shreerav at 31/03/2010 at 14:18;
thank you dr.ramzan, about a month and a half of aggressive, systematic preperation is likely to be all right, i think. best of luck to you!...read more
Comment #14 by shreerav at 13/04/2010 at 06:02;
this is a useful link- http://www.cetl.org.uk/learning/tutorials.html...read more
Comment #15 by Dratiya at 04/11/2010 at 18:45;
hello....gr8 article....well i m also a mum and have limitations in attending any course for plab 2.....i m wondering if there is a possibility of clearing plab part 2 even without attending any course. i have a few books and notes from the london course....read more
Comment #16 by khan0864 at 04/11/2010 at 20:46;
u can do without any course etc. i paid for the course and did not go there. last day when i went there i met some other doctors who said.. how many mocks have u done,..? etc.. i said listen man,,, the gmc exam is the mock exam, u know we are usual...read more
Comment #17 by sguna at 05/11/2010 at 17:46;
thank you shreerav! your explanations have ben very useful. i was at a loss how to study. but could you please tell me what books i could go through before i start the course so i could be better prepared? thanks! (what books did you use?)...read more
Comment #18 by icecold at 08/11/2010 at 22:18;
thanks sheerav for such a detailed review! like sguna, id also appreciate it if youd also mention the names of the books/topics that should be reviewed before the course. thanks!!...read more
Comment #19 by Dratiya at 09/11/2010 at 03:49;
hello every1.........i really need some advice from anybody who can give regarding the course material for plab 2......i have some notes from the plab courses but do not have access to clinical examnation videos....\plz some1 guide me as how exactly shou...read more
Comment #20 by icecold at 10/11/2010 at 15:07;
please give your email adress dratiya.someone fwdd me some videos and notes.havent gone through them myself but hope they will be of benefit to you!...read more
Comment #21 by Dratiya at 10/11/2010 at 18:23;
hello dere....my email is atiya dot 80 at gmail dot com.......my contact is 01415563375.....plz call me anytime....thanks...read more
Comment #22 by esoma at 13/11/2010 at 18:51;
hi icecold could u plz send me the materials and videos too,,i ll send my email id too its e_surgeon at yahoo dot com thank u in advance...read more
Comment #23 by icecold at 14/11/2010 at 10:42;
ive sent you both the materials ive got.hope you benefit!:)...read more
Comment #24 by g420 at 14/11/2010 at 10:48;
hi ice cold!kindly send me the material too at afifap@gmail.com.thnx in advance!...read more
Comment #25 by g420 at 14/11/2010 at 12:34;
@ice cold!my email id is afifap at gmail dot com.thnx...read more
Comment #26 by mlk at 21/11/2010 at 03:42;
hi ice cold can u plz send me the material as well. my email is akil_is_@hotmail.com. thank uuuu in advance...read more
Comment #27 by getshamy at 27/11/2010 at 05:10;
hi ice cold can u plz send me the material as well. my email is akil_is_@hotmail.com. thank uuuu in advancehi,pls send the material to me too at gmail id :getshamy...read more
Comment #28 by PLABplabber at 27/11/2010 at 09:59;
please give your email adress dratiya.someone fwdd me some videos and notes.havent gone through them myself but hope they will be of benefit to you! hi:!) cn u pls 4ward the material to me too? my email is plabplabber @ yahoo dot com...read more
Comment #29 by docemph at 27/11/2010 at 12:29;
hi ice cold,,can u please forward the materials n videos to me,,, my mail id is docemph at gmail dot com...read more
Comment #30 by forbesnash at 28/11/2010 at 10:09;
hi ice cold can u please forward to ajeethnb @ g mail .com...read more
Comment #31 by shreerav at 01/12/2010 at 23:11;
thank you shreerav! your explanations have ben very useful. i was at a loss how to study. but could you please tell me what books i could go through before i start the course so i could be better prepared? thanks! (what books did you use?) dear dr.sg...read more
Comment #32 by esoma at 05/12/2010 at 23:12;
hi dr.sheerav do u have a ecopy of london plab book,if so plz could usend it to e_surgeon@yahoo.com thank u in advance...read more
Comment #33 by esoma at 05/12/2010 at 23:14;
well dr.sheerav, could u send it to e_surgeonat yahoo dot com plz thank u...read more
Comment #34 by shreerav at 05/12/2010 at 23:19;
well dr.sheerav, could u send it to e_surgeonat yahoo dot com plz thank u dear dr.esoma, really sorry, i dont have an e copy.i used the hard copy which i had got from e bay. good luck!!...read more
Comment #35 by tension_free at 06/12/2010 at 13:43;
london plab 2 osce handbook is a great book. useful basics and factual information...read more
Comment #36 by i_m_rahim at 04/07/2011 at 21:57;
thank you shreerav for sharing such a helpful piece of experience. it'll definitely help anyone preparing for plab 2. highly recommended for plab 2 undertakers:-)...read more
Comment #37 by geetanjali512 at 04/07/2011 at 22:27;
thx 4 sharing ur experience... helped a lot of us i bet.. n congrats!...read more
Comment #38 by shreerav at 06/07/2011 at 14:04;
thank you guys!! life certainly is a lot nicer post plab. wishing you all loads of luck!...read more
Comment #39 by jyoti77 at 06/07/2011 at 15:01;
yep true , although i have not passed yet , but i can feel the happiness associated with passing !! i pray everyday to see that day ..of passing plab 2 .god help us all ............read more
Comment #40 by doctor12 at 06/07/2011 at 16:05;
so nice of you to give such a nice description of how you prepared. thanks....read more
Comment #41 by drbonez at 08/07/2011 at 15:18;
hello guys, i only just passed the plab 1 this june after a disastrous march exam. i am ecstatic. only thing now is i have booked the plab 2 for october but didnt have a clue what the exam was about until i came here. i grateful to you all. i will also ap...read more
Comment #42 by onlinedoc1 at 08/07/2011 at 21:14;
ebrt_copyright...read more
Comment #43 by guest at 08/07/2011 at 21:14;
can someone pleease tell me which course to take? one in london or the one in liverpool for plab 2..which one is better. fee for the full course for either of them is almost the same with just a bit less for liverpool. but in terms of standard of teaching...read more
Comment #44 by sandjay at 08/07/2011 at 22:15;
if u tell us your email i ll let u knw the details......read more
Comment #45 by riaz1_ali at 08/07/2011 at 22:21;
synergy plab campus is the answers to ur question...all who want to do plab2 training can join .......read more
Comment #46 by onlinedoc1 at 09/07/2011 at 04:52;
synergy plab campus is the answers to ur question...all who want to do plab2 training can join .... pls where is the synergy class. am in manchester....read more
Comment #47 by onlinedoc1 at 09/07/2011 at 04:57;
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Comment #48 by akashawasthy at 10/07/2011 at 18:32;
hello plabbers (plab part 2) i am plab 2 teacher who providing home tuition or group tuition for plab2 at any location in london or in suburb. i am very flexible with time and place. many students already got advantage... dr akash 077 023 1 ...read more
Comment #49 by drhkumar at 15/08/2011 at 19:07;
hi....congrats...i thank you for sharing your experience and give useful tips..all the best for your future...and wish me lots of luck....u reminded me my station where i didn't get blood in iv canula station..and out of panic...breeches sterility..and ...read more
Comment #50 by NitinArya at 15/08/2011 at 19:32;
hello dr ice cold can u pls send study material to me as well on. drnitinarya at the rate gmail dot com. i would be thank ful to u...read more
Comment #51 by drocyny at 17/08/2011 at 11:05;
many many thanks this is so helpful...read more
Comment #52 by Yasarbaig at 18/08/2011 at 04:30;
hello icecold,i need the videos and notes,canu plz send me,my id is mrbaig999 at hotmail dot com thanks...read more
Comment #53 by hinazia at 24/08/2011 at 22:27;
oh my god! m in the same situation .my baby is just 6 months old n she hates bottle..:( got exam in couple of months..yr email has boosted so much my energy level..may allah reward u for that thanks buddy:)...read more
Comment #54 by jinababy at 29/08/2011 at 05:13;
hi ice cold would be glad if i can also have the materials too. bim underscore jinnie at yahoo dot com thanks...read more
Comment #55 by jinababy at 04/09/2011 at 03:25;
hi hinazia also writing plab in november and i have a baby too. when are you writing yours ? was thinking if we can exchange ideas or even study some few times together, it would help us....read more
Comment #56 by jinababy at 04/09/2011 at 03:27;
hi, saw your post and wondered how u've been preparing, i have mine in november and still wondering how to go about it. cheers...read more
Comment #57 by shreerav at 05/09/2011 at 02:53;
thanks and good luck dr.kumar!!...read more
Comment #58 by drtahir66 at 14/09/2011 at 00:23;
thank u so much for giving such brillient advices...well its not tough thu but its all ur luck...dr.icecold can u give me material as well??mine id z..tahirprince50 at hotmail dot com..thanxx...read more
Comment #59 by burajput at 14/09/2011 at 01:47;
hello could you please send me the stuff for plab 2 too at batool underscore urooj @ yahoo dot com without space. thank you :)...read more
Comment #60 by mohdomer at 28/09/2011 at 17:33;
hello i am dr huma i have a baby 6 months old and hav jst passed plab 1 can u tell me what is the study material for plab 2 if u hav any idea or material to share 4 plab 2 my email is humaomer2010@hotmail dot com...read more
Comment #61 by troja11 at 29/09/2011 at 04:53;
me too please!!! my e-mail adress is: troja at ymail dot com with my best regards!!...read more
Comment #62 by fazy at 29/09/2011 at 13:32;
please give your email adress dratiya.someone fwdd me some videos and notes.havent gone through them myself but hope they will be of benefit to you! i just passed my plab1 this sept and am completely clueless about plab2, would be most grateful if u cu...read more
Comment #63 by liz_14 at 29/09/2011 at 22:14;
please give your email adress dratiya.someone fwdd me some videos and notes.havent gone through them myself but hope they will be of benefit to you! i just passed my plab1 this sept and am completely clueless about plab2, would be most grateful if u cu...read more
Comment #64 by mirfananis at 12/10/2011 at 16:09;
hi,if anyone can send me the plab 2 material videos or anything my email is drsadafirfan at yahoo dot com thanks god bless you all...read more
Comment #65 by drsankarmani at 16/12/2011 at 15:23;
the details u have posted are really useful for a fresher like me and can u help me know what r the books that r useful for reference...read more
Comment #66 by vohrahoney at 20/12/2011 at 19:14;
can anyone please send any notes/materials for plab 2? vohrahoneyatyahoo thanks and god bless....read more
Comment #67 by rosyred at 22/12/2011 at 06:33;
excellent article!!!...read more
Comment #68 by afzal4820 at 16/01/2012 at 09:13;
can you please tell me how many weeks did you practice after the course? my exam is in april, when should i start?...read more
Comment #69 by willymillion at 01/02/2012 at 06:11;
that was motivating.....after reading i felt like taking the exam immediately...read more
Comment #70 by shankerdas_88 at 21/11/2012 at 11:25;
really nice...read more
Comment #71 by hsidd at 28/11/2012 at 15:09;
hi, did you attend any plab 2 training course? if yes which one and why? and what are the plus and minuses? please let me know! i'm planning to give the exam in feb and i need to plan my study schedule and course from now as i too have a kid and some resp...read more
Comment #72 by madilmughal at 13/01/2013 at 21:12;
dear sheerav, excellent guidance i must say.... i plan to give part 2 in a time span of 3 months (maybe april or may). i need your guidance and mail me all the latest past osce stations if you have them and all the helpful material... madilmughal at ...read more
Comment #73 by piyush_dr at 16/03/2013 at 09:28;
thank u...read more
Comment #74 by piyush_dr at 16/03/2013 at 09:30;
thnk u...read more
Comment #75 by piyush_dr at 16/03/2013 at 09:31;
u r doin get job...read more
Comment #76 by piyush_dr at 16/03/2013 at 09:32;
u r doin get job...read more
Comment #77 by bushra271289 at 03/04/2013 at 19:04;
can anyone send me some plab 2 material and help me please . thanks a lot...read more
Comment #78 by mahdeven at 04/04/2013 at 18:22;
dr shreera! congratulation and thanks for sharing your tips and experience. it is really important for me as i have a 13 months old baby and has been postponing my exam. can you please share a list of “cannot afford to forget ” and “must ask” questions ...read more
Comment #79 by mahdeven at 04/04/2013 at 18:26;
dear icecold can you please share the materials and videos with me too, plz? god bless...read more
Comment #80 by drpushkar2012 at 27/04/2013 at 15:06;
thanx 4 sharing ur experience....very well written...read more
Comment #81 by shashanksimha at 18/05/2013 at 00:48;
thank you...read more
Comment #82 by Drhimansu26 at 01/08/2013 at 02:01;
thank u...read more
Comment #83 by kfokour at 05/09/2013 at 21:31;
hi! many thanx for the inspiring post and congrats. i, too, have a toddler and barely balancing time between work, study and family. i would greatly appreciate any material you can share. my address is kfokour at y.... dot com. regards...read more
Comment #84 by khurrammalik4 at 25/09/2013 at 20:38;
hi i m planning to take plab2 on 13 nov,,,how much time is required for preperation?i haven't joined course yet,joining at 1st...read more
Comment #85 by plabmonster at 02/10/2013 at 14:40;
may i ask if we use 15: 2 or 30:2 for resusc of children? i saw the uk resusc council guidelines that lone rescuers (which we presumably would be in the scenario) would use 30:2 even for children. this was always something straightforward for me bef...read more
Comment #86 by deepakgupta at 12/01/2014 at 01:28;
good...read more
Comment #87 by drmsalman at 15/01/2014 at 20:03;
good.... i like...read more
Comment #88 by drmsalman at 15/01/2014 at 20:07;
good....it is very informative for us.....any one elae who had such experience kindly share.it with us...read more
Comment #89 by deeptibachhuka at 09/02/2014 at 02:05;
sir cud u enliten whtz plab n when can it b given??[/quote]...read more
Comment #90 by deeptibachhuka at 09/02/2014 at 02:06;
sir cud u enliten whtz plab n when can it b given??[/quote]...read more
Comment #91 by Gurpreetkaur at 17/02/2014 at 21:59;
hi shreerav....first of all i would like to thank u for ur guidance....it have been of great help.....i m from india and m preparing for plab1 but due to some personal reasons will give the exam in no or even after that n as i have time wanted to start ...read more
Comment #92 by SuganthVA at 12/04/2014 at 22:07;
i dnt hav any idea abt plab...read more
Comment #93 by Mustafa89 at 20/05/2014 at 18:35;
i'm so grateful for you to share your amazing experience ... wish you the best all the time :)...read more
Comment #94 by ManalAhmed at 28/05/2014 at 03:14;
hello, would anyone plz send me the materials, i would really be appreciated. dr.manal_elgendy at y a hoo.com...read more
Comment #95 by phantomspb at 30/05/2014 at 11:44;
pls can anyone send me any material for plab 2. i am preparing for sept 1st week. dont have the funds for coaching :( my email is wizard (dot) mzk at g/m/a/i/l dot com [no spaces and put . for (dot)]...read more
Comment #96 by Rain_bow at 25/09/2014 at 19:12;
wow! this post comes in very handy even though it's 4 years old. i have a kid too, already in school. and i'll be giving plab 2 in early december. studying on my own at the moment. but thank you, dr shreerav for this very insightful post....read more
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