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Author Raos, Zoë, 1977- author.
Title How to pass the RACP written and clinical exams : the insider's guide/ Zoë Raos, Cheryl Johnson.
Published/Produced Chichester, West Sussex : John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2017.
Edition Second edition.
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ISBN 9781118892633 (pbk.)
Variant title How to pass the Royal Australasian College of Physicians written and clinical exams
Description xxiii, 337 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Content type text
Media type unmediated
Carrier type volume
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction to the written exam -- Preparation -- How to start studying for the written exam -- Topics that need to be covered for the written exam -- Study group -- Now we know how to study, what stuff do we study from? -- Old FRACP exam questions -- Two-week revision courses -- Putting it all together : the final three months -- After the exam -- Introduction to the FRACP clinical exam -- The clinical exam marking schedule -- Two weeks of ground work -- How to start : doing your first practice cases -- An introduction to the long case -- Mastering and presenting your long case -- Special points for paediatric cases -- Secret long case species -- Top long case tips from candidates and examiners -- Suggested approach to a Maori patient in the long case -- Lonf case examples -- An introduction to the short case -- How to put on a show -- Short case advice for registrars -- Past exam short cases -- Putting it all together for the clinical exam : one month out -- The lead-up to the exam -- The post-exam world -- How to fail : the outsider's guide to the FRACP exam -- Paying it forward : how to provide feedback for practice cases -- Studying for the exams with a family on board -- Organising the clinical exam -- Preparing for the medical interview -- Career planning -- OK, we'll stop talking now!
Subjects Medicine.
Australia.
New Zealand.
Genre/Form Examination Question.
Related names Johnson, Cheryl, 1979- author.