FAQ

FAQ

Please allow 15 minutes after purchase for your account to be activated. If you are still unable to access it please contact us.

Once you have logged in, select either ‘Take Mock Exam’ or ‘Revise by Subject’ from the left hand column of the dashboard.

First, make sure you are logged into the site. Then choose ‘Account Settings’ from the left side of the dashboard and then click ‘Extend Your Subscription’.

Once you have logged into your account you will find a link to the Free Guide on the left column of the dashboard.

Please try our sample FRCEM Primary, which you can find here or our sample FRCEM Intermediate Exam which you can find here.

The questions in the online courses are specifically designed to help prepare each candidate for those that will be met in the actual FRCEM Primary and Intermediate examinations. Upon subscribing you will be given the option to sit either a mock examination or a subject-specific examination. It is a good idea to sit a mock examination initially and then again at periodic intervals throughout your study period.

The questions in the mock examinations are drawn randomly from the question bank in the same distribution that will found in the exam that you are preparing for and this will give you a good benchmark of your progress.

The majority of your study should be through the subject-specific categories which will keep a record of previously encountered questions to ensure that you are working systematically through the entire question bank in each sub-section.

Our content is created by doctors who work in Emergency Medicine and have successfully passed the FRCEM examination.

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At present, except in instances of billing errors, we do not offer refunds.

We always welcome potential contributors. Please get in touch with us via the contact form.

Info regarding FRCEM examination dates and locations can be found at the Royal College of Emergency Medicine website.

The FRCEM Primary database contains over 2500 brand new single best answer questions (SBAQs) in the new FRCEM Primary examination format and over 1700 old style MRCEM MCQs for a total of over 4200 total questions.

The FRCEM Intermediate database contains over 500 brand new short answer questions (SAQs) in the new FRCEM Intermediate Certificate examination format and over 350 old style MRCEM SAQs for a total of over 850 total questions.

The number of questions available in each category is available only to subscribers. To aid with revision planning, subscribers can get additional information regarding their progress through the databases immediately before and after taking subject-specific exams.

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