Books required for preparation of MRCS examination|
by RxPG - 128132 reads, based on 33 votes
The following is the book list for the preparation
of MRCS Examination. This list is based on the recommendations of the RxPG
members who have passed their MRCS exam.
Must Have Books
Modules Essential Revision Notes by Sam Andrews
This best-seller has been completely revised and updated to provide the
definitive guide to revision for all candidates preparing for the MRCS Core
Modules examination. It gives a unique presentation of the key elements of all
subjects covered in the Core Modules syllabus. Vital facts are presented in a
clear concise format with diagrams and user-friendly summaries of the
essential facts. Designed to make...
Textbooks for MRCS UK exams|
by giligilii - 22344 reads, based on 12 votes
I am mentioning some textbooks necessary for preperation for MRCS
MRCS & FRCS textbooks
Clinical surgery in General
Kirk R M. Ribbans W J
Paperback. 512 pages. Published Oct 03
Elsevier Churchill Livingstone. ISBN 0443072620
This book does not attempt to rival major surgical textbooks, but draws together a collection of basic information in a convenient format. Clinical surgery in General provides a transition in knowledge between the basic sciences and clinical practice. Emphasis is placed on the general principles of surgery rather than on management of specific conditions and thus this title complements the standard clinical surgical textbooks. ...
Multiple choice question books for MRCS, UK Exams|
by giligilii - 30099 reads, based on 8 votes
Multiple choice question books
The Complete MRCS Vol. 1: Core modules
Huang J. Winslet M.
Paperback. 216 pages. Published Aug 00
Churchill Livingstone. ISBN 044306458X
A revision volume of 250 multiple-choice and extended-matching questions based on the six core modules of the MRCS syllabus, with fully descriptive answers. The questions follow exactly the style of those in Paper 1 of the MCQ exam. ...
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