FRCA Survival Guide
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Written in a light hearted style, this useful guide will put the examination candidate at ease, and help them to make the best use of their time in preparation and revision for the FRCA examinations. The scope of this book includes all aspects of the examination - what it is, what is consists of, how to revise and sit each part and how it is marked.
By the author of A-Z of Anaesthesia.
"It is easy to read, short and has a very chatty style. [...] The book is full of sensible and helpful advice to the examination candidate and gives excellent ideas on improving skills in all parts of the tests. [...] No matter which part of the examination one is sitting, this book is worth reading. I expect many examiners will buy it too. It is a pleasant read which should become mandatory for all examinees"British Journal of Anaesthesia
not only did I enjoy it, but found it well constructed, accurate in its observations and helpful in the advice it gives"Anaesthesia,
By Steven M. Yentis, BSc, MBBS, FRCA, MD, MA, Consultant Anaesthetist, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital; Honorary Senior Lecturer, Imperial College, London, UK