MRCP Part 1
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The BMJ OnExamination resource provides a very comprehensive preparation for the MRCP part 1. I felt that the questions online had a good mixture of those that were the same and more difficult than the actual exam. The topic coverage was sufficient and the explanation of what justifies the correct answer was the most helpful part of the resource. Most of the learning comes from well written answer explanations.