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How can you book?
You can book online, by phone (0777 333 5351) or by returning a brochure booking form if you have one.
Are there still places on the course?
If it is still available on the website then there are still places on the course. Most of our courses are sold out some weeks before the course, so please do not leave your booking too late!
What refreshments are there?
Refreshments including tea, coffee and lunch are provided.
What if you want to cancel?
If you cancel your course, we will refund you within 4 weeks, less a cancellation fee of GBP20 to cover administrative costs and bank charges. However, if you cancel within 72 hours of a course, and we are unable to fill your place, then we reserve the right to charge a 100% cancellation fee.
Where can you stay?
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How do I get there?
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Who teaches on the Final MB courses? What are the qualifications of the lecturers?
Lecturers are all experts in their areas, and also experienced teachers. They are actively involved in undergraduate teaching and examinations at London universities. They have taught on Final MB courses for many years. Most are from the Hammersmith, Charing Cross, St Mary's and University College hospitals.
What discounts are there?
There are generous discounts for a group of 5 coming on the course. The fee for a group of 5 is just £290, saving you £200 on the full list price. This discount is only available when you choose the specific group booking option at the time you apply for the course. There is also a discount for one person booking onto both Medicine and Surgery of £23.
MRCP 1, 2 & PACES
Who teaches on the MRCP Part 1 courses? What are the qualifications of the lecturers?
Lecturers are all experts in their areas, and also experienced teachers. Most are from the Hammersmith, Charing Cross, St Mary's, Royal Brompton, Harefield & affiliated hospitals.
What questions format do you teach?
Hammersmith Medicine MRCP Part 1 courses are taught with questions whose format, style and difficulty matches closely the format of the MRCP Part 1 examination. Best of Five is used in MRCP 1 courses and Best of Five and 'N of many' formats are both used in MRCP 2 written courses.
How do I find out more about the MRCP exams?
For detailed information about the MRCP exams, including application, syllabus, exam format and dates, you should contact the Royal College of Physicians on 020 7935 1174, or visit their MRCP 1, MRCP 2 or PACES pages.
What is “Resit for free”?
If you take one of our MRCP Part 1 or Part 2 written courses, but then fail the exam, you may resit our the course for free. All you need to do is write to us, or send us an email, giving the course you want to retake, your address and your contact number and we will book you on.
Who teaches on the courses? What are the qualifications of the lecturers?
Lecturers are all Senior SpRs or Consultants who have run busy medical takes themselves, and who are still closely involved with the delivery of acute medicine. Most are from the Hammersmith, Charing Cross, St Mary's, Royal Brompton, Harefield & affiliated hospitals.
GP Stage 3
Are there a number of tutors teaching the course at the same time?
There are two tutors who run the morning session. This involves an interactive lecture on each aspect of the selection centre (including the new scenarios for 2011). There are examples of these simulated scenarios within these sessions. There is a mock written prioritisation exercise after this. The afternoon is run by more tutors who facilitate the small group teaching.
What is the maximum number of students per course?
There is one tutor, one actor and a maximum of 5 candidates in each consulting room. You are not taught in groups of more than this.
How much time is devoted to practising role-play scenarios on the course?
The afternoon session (1.30pm to 5.30pm) is dedicated to practising the role-plays where you are given written feedback on each one by your tutor.
How many role-play scenarios does each candidate get to practice with the actor?
Each candidate practises a minimum of 3 scenarios and everyone gets to do one with a patient, a healthcare professional and a relative. Having practised your three scenarios and watched your colleagues perform theirs, you will have experienced and discussed more than 12 DIFFERENT scenarios by the end of the day.
Has the course been updated in line with the new assessment process?
This course is fully updated for the new format. By the end of the day you will have carried out each element (written and 3 simulations). This replicates the experience you can expect at the selection centre, and you are given detailed individual feedback.