Established in 2011 Medical Exam Prep has helped thousands of doctors pass the Royal College of Emergency Medicine exams
OUR SITE CONTAINS OVER 6,300 HIGH-QUALITY QUESTIONS WRITTEN BY EXPERTS IN THE FIELD OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE.
FRCEM Exam Prep is an educational resource designed for Emergency Medicine trainees sitting the FRCEM examination.
Our FRCEM Primary database contains over 5100 questions in total. Over 3400 of these are single best answer questions written specifically for the FRCEM Primary 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 short-answer questions written specifically for the FRCEM Intermediate 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 current 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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"My sincere thanks to the administrators for presenting with such a valuable resource for MRCEM Exam preparation. I passed my MRCEM Part A on first attempt. I have even listed the site on my EM Blog (http://www.accident-emergencymedicine.blogspot.com). Highly Recommended. " Dr Abdul Sajjad Pathan, Emergency Medicine Doctor, Mumbai, India
" MRCEM Exam Prep is an excellent way to prepare for the MRCEM. It is easy to dip in and out of and it's great that it works on my phone. There is a good broad coverage with in depth feedback after each question. " Dr Russell Ward, CT1 in Emergency Medicine, Guildford
" This website is a fantastic revision tool for the FRCEM Primary examination. I really can't recommend it highly enough to anyone about to sit the exam. The questions are challenging, well written and really represent what you will encounter in the actual exam. " Dr Anbin Naidoo, Emergency Medicine Registrar, London, UK