Prepare for your FFICM exam with our revision resource


570 SBAs
350 MCQs
Personalised Daily Questions
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Why choose us for your FFICM exam revision?

The FFICM exam is challenging and represents an important stage of career in intensive care medicine. Make the most of your revision time by focusing on the topics that are most likely to come up in the exam.

Our revision resource is packed with useful features that allow you to track your learning, highlight your weakest areas and show you how you compare with your peers as you go through your preparation. 

Download the free app to revise on the go, with or without an internet connection. You will also receive a personalised daily question to give you the added motivation to stay on track.

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Your FFICM Final MCQ exam resource includes:

  • Questions covering the entire curriculum
  • Over 570 SBA (single best answer) questions
  • 350 MTF (multiple true false) questions
  • In-depth explanations to improve your knowledge of critical care medicine
  • Performance dashboard to keep track of your progress
  • Detailed analytical tools to highlight your weak areas
  • Free app that delivers you a personalised daily question

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Key features

Core Questions 

Maximise your revision time. Core Questions instantly delivers you the most important questions, ranked by our clinical tutors and your peers. Our team includes past examiners, field specialists and clinical authors; experienced in exam formats and the current expectations of what you will be tested on and why.

Feedback & Analysis

We provide intelligent and responsive feedback for you to keep track of how your revision is going. Detailed performance graphs show how you’re currently performing and benchmark you against your peers.

Mock Test

Prepare yourself with relevant mock tests for selected exams. Simulate exam day with the correct format, time pressures, number of questions and topic spread. We will then generate an accurate and detailed breakdown of your results, letting you know what you need to focus on..

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Section Editor

Originally from Cornwall, Andy graduated from University of Wales College of Medicine (Now Cardiff University) in 2005. He then went on to complete specialty training in Intensive Care Medicine and Anaesthesia, passing the FRCA in 2010 and the FICM in 2014. With a special interest in ultrasound especially echocardiography, Andy completed a PGCert in Point of Care Emergency Ultrasound at Teesside University in 2014. He currently works as an Intensivist in North Wales, Faculty Tutor for the Intensive Care Medicine and ultrasound instructor for FICE and CUSIC. Andy's top tip for the FICM exam is pace your revision. Initially take your time with the questions, get a feel for how they are written and what they are asking. You can then work on your timings.

Dr Andy Campbell

Dr Andy Campbell

Speciality: Faculty Tutor, FRCA, FICM, PGCert

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