The MSRA is an important part of the assessment process for entry into specialty training at ST1 / CT1 level for many different specialties. In this article Dr Georgina Ormerod shares here experience of how she managed to get one of the highest scores in the country while juggling studying with work and young children, and her tips on how to prepare effectively. I finished my Foundation Training just in time for Christmas after a bumpy ride with multiple high risk pregnancies and was planning to enjoy some time with my family and finally have the thinking space to work … Continue reading MSRA revision tips: how I passed my MSRA with a score of 618 and got direct offers for GP and CAMHS in London!
The process of applying to GP training for 2021 entry comprises the following stages: Stage 1: Longlisting is based on the submission of your application via the new Oriel. To be longlisted, you need to meet the eligibility criteria. The … Continue reading Applying for GP Training
The specialty recruitment assessment (formerly GP Stage 2 assessment) is an important part of the recruitment process for GP ST entry. This assessment determines if you will be shortlisted for the GP Stage 3 assessment (selection centre) – and if … Continue reading The specialty recruitment assessment – what to expect and how to prepare for the SRA (GP Stage 2)
Talking to the families of your patients can be one of the more difficult parts of your life as a doctor, but you can make it one of the most rewarding. It is part of everyday life for doctors to … Continue reading Talking to relatives – what to say and how to say it
For those of you that get to the Selection Centre / Stage 3 Assessment for GP ST entry, here are a few helpful tips on what to expect. All deaneries use the same national format for Stage 3 Assessments. This … Continue reading GP ST Selection Centre / Stage 3 Assessment Preparation – Tips