The Booker Course for the Final FRCA Written Examination
The advice to Trainees is that they should attend this Course only when they consider themselves Adequately Prepared for the Imminent Examination.
The MSA’s emphatic advice regarding all the FRCA Examinations is that Trainees should only sit these examinations when they feel that they Deserve to Pass.
It has to be courting Disappointment to enter for an exam Hoping to Pass
The main focus of the Booker Course is on the CRQ.
You will be introduced to a suggested Method of approaching the CRQ Paper and you will be given the opportunity to practice it throughout the week.
You will do CRQ Papers in the morning & you will mark each others CRQ Papers.
In the afternoons there are series of lectures on specific topics eg; ITU, Paeds, Obstetrics, Anatomy etc.
The CRQ Review will go over the key points from the morning CRQ Paper.
Please see an example of the Timetable below (Subject to Changes)
None of our Courses are designed to teach; they are Exam Preparation Courses.
Candidates should come ‘exam ready’. This is the one course that has an element of didactic input, however, this does not mean that you should rely on the Course to teach you all you need to know for the Exam.
Trainees must not use this Course as a first Step in Revision, they must confirm that they are registered to the imminent sitting of the Examination.
Please find information regarding the Application Process to this Course HERE