MRCEM Primary Exam Preparation Course

Our MRCEM Primary course is designed to give you the best opportunity of passing the Primary exam through extensive question reviews, topical discussions, and focused feedback. The course gives you the opportunity to practice answering SBA type questions under exam-like conditions and will help you to understand how to choose between answers that may seem only subtly different.

Next course dates: 14th April 2023

Price: £195 online and £225 in person

Location: Online, or Face-to-face at St Olav’s Court, 25 Lower Road, Canada Water, London, SE16 2XB

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MRCEM Primary Exam Preparation Course

Our MRCEM Primary course is designed to give you the best opportunity of passing the Primary exam through extensive question reviews, topical discussions, and focused feedback. The course gives you the opportunity to practice answering SBA type questions under exam-like conditions and will help you to understand how to choose between answers that may seem only subtly different.

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Next course date: 14th April 2023

Price: £195 online and £225 in person

Location: Online, or Face-to-face at St Olav’s Court, 25 Lower Road, Canada Water, London, SE16 2XB

Book Your Place

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17 years of experience in teaching RCEM courses

+11 400 students have taken our courses

4.9 out of 5 is our average Google review score

About our MRCEM Primary Exam Revision Course

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What is the Structure of the Course?

Our courses are offered both in-class and live-streamed online. Both options allow you to ask questions live and interact with other candidates and the lecturer. 

You will receive two practice papers in advance of the course that should be completed before attending. We will then discuss all these questions over the first few hours of the course.

From there we will move on to two other papers, which will be taken under exam conditions to give you the experience of sitting this kind of exam paper. This is then followed by immediate discussions and clarifications of the answers.

You will also have free access to our online video webinars, which go into each area of the MRCEM Primary exam in much more detail. These can be viewed through our mobile app or our website. Your access continues until after the exam and will provide you with well-structured and well-illustrated explanations.

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What Does the Course Cover?

This course covers the areas tested in the exam (the 2010 Basic Sciences curriculum), including anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, microbiology, statistics, and pathology.

The course samples across these areas, particularly focusing on areas which have been popular within the MRCEM Primary exam and on those which are difficult to understand. We will look particularly at:

  • Upper limb anatomy as it is affected by trauma

  • Physiology, including endocrine and gastrointestinal physiology

  • Pharmacology, including anaesthetic drugs, drugs affecting the QT interval and important interactions

  • Important infectious organisms

  • Sensitivity, specificity and Evidence-Based Medicine terminology

  • Cellular reactions to injury and important inflammatory mediators, the inflammatory process, hypersensitivity reactions and healing of specific tissues

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What are the Benefits?

Throughout the course, you will learn how to effectively approach single best answer (SBA) questions.

Through undertaking our practice papers and the discussions you will come to understand what the college is looking for and how to choose between options which may appear only subtly different.

You will:

  • understand how questions in the MRCEM Primary exam are designed and the techniques required to answer them

  • be able to determine those areas in which you need to do most revision

  • have been exposed to areas of which you may not have been aware

  • have explored a high proportion of difficult areas within the curriculum

  • have free access to our online video webinars, which go into each area of the MRCEM Primary exam in much more detail

Book Your Place

About our MRCEM Primary Exam Revision Course

What is the Structure of the Course?

mrcem-primary-courses

Our courses are offered both in-class and live-streamed online. Both options allow you to ask questions live and interact with other candidates and the lecturer. 

You will receive two practice papers in advance of the course that should be completed before attending. We will then discuss all these questions over the first few hours of the course.

From there we will move on to two other papers, which will be taken under exam conditions to give you the experience of sitting this kind of exam paper. This is then followed by immediate discussions and clarifications of the answers.

You will also have free access to our online video webinars, which go into each area of the MRCEM Primary exam in much more detail. These can be viewed through our mobile app or our website. Your access continues until after the exam and will provide you with well-structured and well-illustrated explanations.

What Does the Course Cover?

exam-preparation

This course covers the areas tested in the exam (the 2010 Basic Sciences curriculum), including anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, microbiology, statistics, and pathology.

The course samples across these areas, particularly focusing on areas which have been popular within the MRCEM Primary exam and on those which are difficult to understand. We will look particularly at:

  • Upper limb anatomy as it is affected by trauma

  • Physiology, including endocrine and gastrointestinal physiology

  • Pharmacology, including anaesthetic drugs, drugs affecting the QT interval and important interactions

  • Important infectious organisms

  • Sensitivity, specificity and Evidence-Based Medicine terminology

  • Cellular reactions to injury and important inflammatory mediators, the inflammatory process, hypersensitivity reactions and healing of specific tissues

What are the Benefits?

MRCEM-exam-free-resource

Throughout the course, you will learn how to effectively approach single best answer (SBA) questions.

Through undertaking our practice papers and the discussions you will come to understand what the college is looking for and how to choose between options which may appear only subtly different.

You will:

  • understand how questions in the MRCEM Primary exam are designed and the techniques required to answer them

  • be able to determine those areas in which you need to do most revision

  • have been exposed to areas of which you may not have been aware

  • have explored a high proportion of difficult areas within the curriculum

  • have free access to our online video webinars, which go into each area of the MRCEM Primary exam in much more detail

Book Your Place

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FAQ

The MRCEM Primary (Previously FRCEM Primary) examination samples the basic science syllabus, ensuring a sound background knowledge in the basic science underpinning EM care. It can be undertaken at any point post registration as a medical practitioner.

It comprises 180 single best answer (SBA) questions to be answered in three hours.

No previous experience in Emergency Medicine is required for the MRCEM Primary exam.

A candidate will be eligible to enter the MRCEM Primary examination provided they hold a medical qualification approved by the General Medical Council (GMC) for the purposes of registration.

The examination is conducted in English and candidates are advised that IELTS Level 7 is the expected standard for completion of MRCEM and FRCEM examinations.

Candidates must apply for the exam online, during the published application window.

Applications will open at 10.00am on the morning of the application opening date listed on the Exam Calendar and close automatically at 5.00pm (UK time) on the listed closing date. Applications must be completed before 5.00pm on the closing date, late applications will not be accepted.

See Applications page

The MRCEM Primary is machine marked, a correct answer is awarded 1 mark and an incorrect answer is awarded 0, negative marking does not apply. The pass mark for the exam is determined using the Angoff method.

Further Information on the Angoff method.

FAQ

The MRCEM Primary (Previously FRCEM Primary) examination samples the basic science syllabus, ensuring a sound background knowledge in the basic science underpinning EM care. It can be undertaken at any point post registration as a medical practitioner.

It comprises 180 single best answer (SBA) questions to be answered in three hours.

No previous experience in Emergency Medicine is required for the MRCEM Primary exam.

A candidate will be eligible to enter the MRCEM Primary examination provided they hold a medical qualification approved by the General Medical Council (GMC) for the purposes of registration.

The examination is conducted in English and candidates are advised that IELTS Level 7 is the expected standard for completion of MRCEM and FRCEM examinations.

Candidates must apply for the exam online, during the published application window.

Applications will open at 10.00am on the morning of the application opening date listed on the Exam Calendar and close automatically at 5.00pm (UK time) on the listed closing date. Applications must be completed before 5.00pm on the closing date, late applications will not be accepted.

See Applications page

The MRCEM Primary is machine marked, a correct answer is awarded 1 mark and an incorrect answer is awarded 0, negative marking does not apply. The pass mark for the exam is determined using the Angoff method.

Further Information on the Angoff method.