MRCP Part 2 Written

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MRCP Part 2 Exam Revision Resource

Revise for your MRCP Part 2 written exam using our quality question bank. We offer over 2,030 challenging, relevant practice questions written for you by leading medical experts and a new 2017 Mock Test which features themes from previous exam sittings. 

Based on feedback from our existing users, we have just added 50 new critical care questions to our resource; topics include: sepsis, stroke thrombolysis, arrhythmias, non invasive ventilation (NIV) and hypothermia. Competence in critical care is an essential area of learning for the aspiring medical registrar. 

We spend time closely aligning our resource with the Royal College of Physicians' curriculum to give you the closest revision experience possible to your MRCP 2 written exam. Our questions are written by expert doctors who have extensive knowledge of the MRCP part 2 written exam.  All questions are pitched at the right level of difficulty and mirror what you will experience in the exam.

Packed with exam revision features, our exam revision platform allows you to specifically focus on your weak areas, advance your knowledge across all key topics in the current exam curriculum, test your exam aptitude, log your learning and track your progress.

* Stats are obtained from customer feedback report in 2013


2,030 Quality ‘best of five’ questions
2017 Mock Test
84% Of surveyed subscribers passed in 2017

Your MRCP Part 2 resource includes

  • Over 2,030 ‘best of five’ questions
  • Questions mapped to the MRCP Part 2 curriculum
  • High Quality clinical and radiographic images with data interpretation
  • Questions covering themes identified as weak areas by the Royal College
  • New 2017 Mock Test with themes from the April exam
  • New Critical Care Resource, including questions on: sepsis, stroke thrombolysis, arrhythmias, non invasive ventilation (NIV) and hypothermia

AdaptForMe - An Intuitive Learning Feature 

Our adaptive learning feature responds to your knowledge level as you answer questions, it will deliver questions to you that increase in difficulty as your knowledge improves.

This will make your revision more efficient; it will ensure you don’t waste your time doing questions that are too easy for you and likewise it won’t deliver questions that are too difficult for you at the present time.

As your knowledge improves the system will keep challenging you by testing your knowledge with more difficult questions keeping you on track for exam success.

Feedback & Analysis

Understand how you are performing and where you need to improve - Our graphing features ensure you get a clear, accurate and detailed picture of your performance by session and over time.

Are you ahead of the curve? Our Peer Comparison tool shows you how your average scores compare to the average of all BMJ OnExamination users revising for the same exam.

Track and log every revision session by name in your learning journal. Stored in date order, you can return to any session whenever you wish.

Mock Test

Ready to put your knowledge to the test? - why not take a mock test and check you are exam ready.

Designed to test your exam aptitude our mock tests are timed and include the correct number of questions and topic spread for your exam – mirroring what you will face on exam day.

Mobile App

Our free App allows you to revise offline on up to two devices allowing you to use both your phone and your tablet. Download up to 100 questions at a time. All of your scores are saved and are synced back to your account when you next log in online.

This means that you can fit in your revision wherever you are, on your commute, in between patients, having a coffee break, whenever it suits you best.

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Section Editor

Dr Elora Mukherjee

Dr Elora Mukherjee

Speciality: MBBS, MRCP, MSc, FHEA, PGC

Elora is a Consultant in Acute Medicine in London. Elora has a strong interest in healthcare improvement and leadership in the NHS, and has successfully completed a masters in medical management and a postgraduate certificate in leadership. Putting theory into practice, in 2010 Elora worked on quality and service improvement projects as a clinical leadership fellow in a busy west London hospital. As a fellow she helped to establish a leadership and patient safety education programme for junior doctors. A keen writer, Elora has authored a medical textbook, several book chapters and published in prestigious peer reviewed journals such as The Lancet. She is a contributing author for e-Learning for Healthcare (e-LFH), and is an editor for the BMJ Group. Elora has practised medicine since 2001 and has experience of working in the UK, India and as a ship's physician in the Caribbean.

In 2012 Elora was appointed to the role of MRCP part 2 Written Section Editor. As a Section Editor she is responsible for a team of medical question writers that are experts in their specialty and have extensive knowledge of the exam structure, difficulty and curriculum. Elora will review all the questions and instruct authors on what new questions to write and add to the MRCP Part 2 written revision resource. Elora will also answer your queries on questions and respond to the feedback you give us on our questions.

Dr Mukherjee’s Top MRCP part 2 Exam Tip: Attempt to complete as many questions as possible before the exam and learn something new from each one. Its also very important to stay positive!

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