First FRCR Physics Revision Resource
MCQs on all topics for the Physics module. Prepare now for your
Our exam revision resource is created to prepare you for the
Physics module of the First FRCR exam with
hundreds of multiple choice 'MCQ' questions. Take advantage
of our expert written questions covering topics such as;
Radiation hazards and dosimetry, Radionuclide imaging,
Basic physics, MRI and Ultrasound.
Our learning materials include questions on Positron
Emission Tomography (PET) and Single Photon Emission Computed
The Royal College of Radiologists explains:
From the Spring 2010 sitting, the First FRCR Examination will
comprise two modules physics and radiological anatomy. The syllabus
and assessment for the physics modules will be unchanged from that
introduced at the Spring 2009 sitting. Anatomy will be assessed by
an image viewing session. From the Spring 2010 sitting, all
candidates will need to pass both modules in order to pass the
examination overall. This applies both to new candidates and to
those who have attempted, but not passed, the physics component of
the examination prior to the Spring 2010 sitting.
This resource not only tests your factual knowledge but assesses
your clinical problem solving skills over a range of topics. It
contains questions based on themes from previous
exams and once answered you can use the explanation and
further reading to improve your knowledge.
Our significant experience ensures our radiology revision
resource fits with your requirements.
Your onExamination FRCR Physics resource will
- Over 300 'multiple choice'
- Detailed explanations that improve your learning
- Detailed performance analysis and
- Use AdaptForMe™ for challenging exam
- Exam specific revision advice
- Revise on the move with onExamination
- Test yourself against your peers with our interactive quiz,
Our First FRCR resource has been developed by a clinical
editorial team including:
Dr Allan Andi
Specialist Registrar in Radiology, Guy's and St Thomas'
NHS Foundation Trust, London
Dr Shiren Shah
Specialist Registrar in Clinical Radiology, Guy's and St
Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, London