Thursday, February 26, 2009


The thing that helped me the most (aside from a year of studying many hours a day and taking very detailed notes on flashcards) was working the exercise , doing the past sem test paper (which lets you print out the entire thing after explaining why the correct answers are correct and the wrong ones are wrong, I studied this all the time) and also that study guide questions.

Also, I would highly recommend practicing the "written simulation" test booklet that should have also come with your study material. That is an important part of the test and I'm sure for many folks it may be the part that can make the difference between passing and not passing if they are cutting it close.

I did a little from each of those sources every day and that really helped me in two ways. First, it got me into the exam mindset and second, it helped me realize my weak areas.

It paid off because I scored extremely well on the exam and I'm pretty sure that I would not have done as well as I did had I not had all that exam taking practice. Honestly, I would have been happy just passing so that was just icing on the cake!

Take care and good luck!

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  1. wah, proud to be malaysian,..
    having such medical inntruments, frankly to say that those medcl students in m'sia are very lucky..if ireland is known for its world best medcal school, rcsi, but then we're also very proud to have such prestigious univrsity like uia...

    l0l..jaim, good of u, u're right, practice make perfect, i'm dead sure that if u do practices for millions time, success will be urs, unless if it's not ur dont forget, besides pushing urself to give out the max effort, pray pliz to god, why?..cuz evrything come from HIM...