A SAMPLE TEMPLATE FOR MRCOG PART 1 StudyMRCOG developed the concept” PLANNING FOR LEARNING”to strengthen or rather provide a cemented strong and durable foundation to our students who is well aspired to achieve their milestones through rigorous study methods/programs. We design this method in such a way that it gives students a holistic approach so that their learning activity and assessment aligns with their final intended goal. Fill out the below information as a preliminary step to plan your journey A) When are you planning to attend the MRCOG part 1 Exams: DATE & YEAR [...]
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Clinical governance-your worst bug bear or your best buddy? Working through my Part 3 preparation, the one topic which I found difficult to understand was Clinical Governance. Not just because it was a whole new concept, but also because it was just too strange to come in terms with. As adult learners we understand those concepts we practice in our day to day life better than something encountered for the first time. Most overseas candidates would agree with me in no uncertain terms, that health care systems in our parent countries do not have Clinical Governance ingrained in them. This [...]
Unable to Clear MRCOG Part 2 After Attempting More Than Once? Here’s the solution The MRCOG Part 2 is a written exam which tests your theoretical knowledge as well as analytical and critical thinking. MRCOG Part 2 exam consists of SBAs and EMQs designed to test how you interpret information to arrive at the best answer out of all the right ones. Limiting your preparations based on study materials alone will not help you develop the technique required to clear the exams. Look no further. Join StudyMRCOG Part 2 mentor-guided sessions. StudyMRCOG Part 2 courses are mentor-guided online interactive sessions, designed [...]
Start Your MRCOG Part 1 on Boarding with StudyMRCOG No.1 Overseas Training Provider for MRCOG & MRCPI Courses MRCOG Part 1 is the first step towards the much respected and in-demand MRCOG. Once the initial work around RCOG registration is over, candidates often find themselves at a loss on where to begin their preparations. The vast syllabus adds to the confusion. Usually, candidates end up opting for a course where they are provided with a lot of materials, some of which are outdated and minimum or no mentor support. This hardly helps as they are still faced with a load of [...]
Why StudyMRCOG Doesn't Offer Listener Participant For MRCOG Part 3 With the recent changes in the syllabus, MRCOG exams are now more focussed on applied knowledge in clinical scenarios. This is especially true for MRCOG Part 3 Clinical Exam. The MRCOG Part 3 exam assesses your communication skills with patients and their relatives, and your colleagues. You should be able to gather information, arrive at diagnosis and management, communicate with the patient effectively and confidently, all within the allotted task time. You need to approach the MRCOG Part 3 in a special manner to be able to perform at the [...]
Know the Rules well, so that you can break them effectively As you know, half of the tasks are rumoured to be structured discussion cases in the coming Part 3 exam. Many candidates get nervous about the SD cases. However, there is really no need to get tensed, you just need to keep a few things in mind, and you can nail it. I have put down a few points to help you get through the structured discussions smoothly. What Is it? In this task the candidate interacts directly with a clinical examiner. The examiner will have [...]
Station you have no idea how to deal with? Once in a while, all of us are faced with a station, where we have no clue how and where to start. Remember it's just not you. With all your rigorous preparation, if something seems challenging for you,it will be for anyone else. The trick is, to not to lose your plot. Be systematic, be thorough, be safe , be empathetic. And slowly you will realize that things fall in place like the pieces of a jig saw puzzle. Let me give you an example. I had a teaching station [...]
Study Partner -Necessity or a myth? Many candidates have asked me regarding study partner , I have written down this which can clarify your thoughts, and makes your MRCOG journey easier. Now that you are getting ready for MRCOG Part3, it’s time to find yourself a study partner if you do not have somebody already from the previous exams. MRCOG Part 3 assesses your applied clinical knowledge and fundamental communication skills. Good communication skills with patients and families, and colleagues is a major focus. Group activities and revisions will help you achieve better performance in these skills, and a study [...]