The MRCGP AKT is a challenging exam, with many doctors needing to sit it more than once to get get through (the mean pass rate over the last 3 years has been about 67%). In this article, Dr Aarthy Sadanandam … Continue reading MRCGP AKT Revision Tips – How I Improved My Scores To Pass My AKT Resit
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 offers for GP and CAMHS in London!
Dr Jennifer Patel is a GP trainee from South Manchester, North West England. Her AKT was postponed in April 2020 during the Covid pandemic, but she took the exam a few months later in August, passing first time with a … Continue reading Tackling the MRCGP AKT – How I Passed with a Score of 92.5%
The MRCGP Recorded Consultation Assessment (RCA) has replaced the MRCGP CSA during the current coronavirus pandemic and will be running until at least August 2021. The pass rates for the CSA have always shown a significant difference between international medical … Continue reading My experience of preparing for the MRCGP RCA as an IMG – 10 tips to help you pass the RCA
The MRCGP AKT is a challenging exam, with a significant number of doctors failing each sitting (the mean pass rate over the last 2 years has been about 67%). For a lot of doctors, this is the first time they … Continue reading How I Passed My MRCGP AKT Resit – Tips To Boost Your Scores
The MRCGP CSA has been replaced during the current coronavirus pandemic with the Recorded Consultation Assessment (RCA). The RCA will be running until at least August 2021. As this is a new assessment, many registrars have asked how they can … Continue reading How I passed my RCA – 15 Tips for the MRCGP Recorded Consultation Assessment
Working as a locum GP is a common starting point for many newly qualified GPs, with some doctors choosing to work as a freelance GP long term. In this article, Dr Mahibur Rahman looks at some of the advantages and disadvantages … Continue reading Working as a locum GP – advantages and disadvantages
When taking up a salaried GP post, it is important to discuss and negotiate key areas in your contract and agree a job plan. In this article, Dr Mahibur Rahman explores some frequently asked questions about salaried GP contracts. When … Continue reading Taking up a salaried GP post – frequently asked questions about contracts
Dr Mahibur Rahman Many doctors spend a large part of their careers working in a salaried capacity. For some doctors, it is the first step on the path to a partnership, for others, working as a salaried GP bring the … Continue reading Salaried GP Posts – Advantages and Disadvantages
Like any GP career choice, there are many advantages and disadvantages in becoming a partner. In this article, Dr Mahibur Rahman outlines some of the key pros and cons of this option. Advantages of being a GP partner Control As … Continue reading Becoming a GP partner – advantages and disadvantages
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