Established in 2011 Medical Exam Prep has helped thousands of doctors pass the Royal College of Emergency Medicine exams
OUR SITE CONTAINS OVER 5,900 HIGH-QUALITY QUESTIONS WRITTEN BY EXPERTS IN THE FIELD OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE.
FRCEM Exam Prep is a resource designed for Emergency Medicine trainees sitting the FRCEM examination (formerly known as the MRCEM examination).
Our FRCEM Primary database contains over 4700 questions in total. Over 3000 of these are brand new single best answer questions written specifically for the new examination using the RCEM blueprint. It also contains over 1700 old style 4-part MRCEM Part A multiple choice questions for additional practice.
Our FRCEM Intermediate database contains over 1200 questions in total. Over 850 of these are brand new short answer questions written specifically for the new examination using the RCEM blueprint. It also contains over 350 old style MRCEM Part B short answer questions for additional practice.
Our question banks have been written using our own experiences from sitting the Royal College of Emergency Medicine exams and are closely matched to the new RCEM curriculum and exam blueprints. The question banks are continually being updated and expanded to ensure the highest quality questions that closely represent those you will see in the examination itself.
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