FRCEM Primary Courses2020-12-08T09:51:50+00:00

Bromley Emergency FRCEM Primary Exam Preparation Courses

Improve your chances of passing with our high quality revision courses

Choose to attend one of our popular in person revision courses or study online at your own pace with our online revision course.

Our courses are developed by Emergency Medicine doctors experienced in the FRCEM exams to help you to make the most of your revision time and succeed.  We cover all the core topics of the RCEM Basic Science Curriculum and stick closely to the exam blueprint.

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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT OUR COURSES

“Excellent course; effectively covers a lot of ground and I’m sure will have made my subsequent revision much easier.”

FRCEM Primary, May 2019

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“Useful overview, flagged gaps in knowledge, triggered memory of concepts.”

FRCEM Primary, May 2019

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“Well organised, great faculty, online course material also extremely useful.”

FRCEM Primary, May 2019

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