Final FRCA, 4th Edition
Multiple Choice Questions
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* Five practice multiple choice papers to help you assess your knowledge and prepare for the Final FRCA examination * The questions cover the breadth of the FRCA syllabus and are carefully structured to test either simple facts, or your ability to deduce facts from basic core knowledge * A comprehensive answer and explanation is provided for each question, helping you to improve your understanding and increase your knowledge baseTable of Contents
"I very much appreciated the answers being placed on the opposite page to the questions. It saves time ... It also keeps one at the exercise!
In summary, this is a well-structured, balanced and indexed MCQ book with a good layout and content."British Journal of Anaesthesia, January 2000
book has a well-written introduction, with some useful advice on the current scoring system for negative marking multiple choice question papers. It also offers some good advice on whether it's a good idea to guess at answers or not!
The layout of the book is excellent, with the answers on the opposite page to the questions allowing easy and quick self-testing and reference to the correct answers and explanatory notes. The questions have been thoughtfully pitched at the right level for the final FRCA.
An extensive and easy-to-read index allows you to cross reference to other questions relating to the same topic - very handy for rapid learning.
In summary this is a well-written, user-friendly Final FRCA multiple choice question revision book with good content. A useful aid to passing this important exam."Resuscitation, January 2000
By Michael D. Brunner, MBBS, FRCA, Consultant Anaesthetist, Northwick Park and St Mark's Hospitals, Harrow, UK; P. Neville Robinson, MBCh, FRCA, Consultant Anaesthetist, Northwick Park and St Mark's Hospitals, Harrow, UK; and Hugh Williams, MBBS, FRCA, Specialist Registrar in Anaesthesia, St Thomas's Hospital, London, UK