We have organised MRCP Part II clinical courses since 1998; originally as Llandough Hospital course until June 2006, and now the Cardiff PACES course. We have excellent feedback from our candidates who have been particularly impressed by the range of cases, the teaching and feedback from the tutors, and the learning environment conducive to learning.

We offer a comprehensive 3-day course, which offers a balance of feedback about examination technique and presentation, history and communication skills, and seeing clinical signs. There is also a realistic fully-fledged mock examination to further prepare you for the real thing. It is particularly suitable for you if this is your first attempt, or if you want to improve your overall examination skills and chances of passing. It is often little things which matter in this examination. MRCP is not a difficult examination after all, but it is easy to fail it.

We have considerable experience with teaching, and organising courses and examinations. We are fortunate to have consultants and senior specialist registrars (including those who have previously attended our course) based at teaching hospitals in South Wales, teach on the course.

There is a limit of 6 candidates per group which ensures that everyone gets individual attention.

It is essential that you apply as soon as possible, as places are limited.

 

 

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