Some regularly updated thoughts on exams and doctoring in general.
Learning "exam talk" is crucial to presenting yourself to your examiner as the cool, competent professional you are. Here are a few of the key rules.
Hospital and primary care placements form the bulk of your medical school experience in final year but how do you make the most of them? Are one of those students who like to be seen but not heard?
My take on how to approach your final year in med school and actually come out the end of it a doctor, not just an exam machine