FRCPath Part 1 Exam
The FRCPath, or 'Fellowship Examination of the Royal College of Pathologists', is a recognised postgraduate qualification in the field of pathology (including haematol-ogy) consisting of two parts. If you are a student undertaking the FRCPath haematology examinations you have already successfully completed a Medicine or Health-care Sciences degree and are likely looking to take further strives forward along a haematological career by completing a Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT). FRCPath examinations are vigorously challenging both academically and clinically, ensuring those students who achieve a Fellowship are equipped for a career in an unsupervised, consultancy post. As such extensive revision and preparation are essential for students attempting the exams.
Part one of the FRCPath takes the form of two 3-hour long (more academically focussed) exams taken on the same day. As a student undertaking the exams you'll not only want to be prepared for the entire curriculum but also the structure of the exam questions. The first is an essay exam comprising of four questions each on the four modules of blood transfusion, general haematology (including laboratory management), haematological oncology and haemostasis & thrombosis. The second is a multiple choice question (MCQ) exam containing 50 questions offering five different answers and 75 questions under an 'extended matching' (EMQ) format. The MCQ/EMQs test your knowledge on haematological disease, therapeutic modals and laboratory & clinical practices.
Put your knowledge to the test with hundreds of multiple choice and extended matching questions. Each is followed by expert analysis and references, giving you consise yet important topic information.View FREE sample questions
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FRCPath Part 2 Exam
The final stage of the FRCPath process is the oral examination on the final day of the part two. Structured as two back to back 30 minute examinations with two pairs of examiners. One covering Coagulation and Transfusion Medicine, the other General & Laboratory Haematology and Haematological Oncology. This last stage is pre-dominately focussed on assessing your communication, ability to troubleshoot problems and provide good clinical judgements.
Upon completing and passing part two, you have demonstrated your competence and been awarded an FRCPath and CCT in haematology! And are now ready to step forward into a consultancy post.
Blood Academy is full of resorces to help students revise for their FRCPath examinations and obtain their CCT. Interactive, regularly updated content and resources have been produced with the sole aim of helping students develop and revise their haematology skill and knowledge set.
Blood Academy gives you a range of transusion cases, each including essay questions, model answers, and expert analysis. This training style allows you to focus most of your time on studying what you don't already know.View FREE sample questions
In addition to questions, model answers, and analysis, each morphology case shows you a unique, professional-grade scan. These work just like a real microscope and help to develop your real-world application.View FREE sample questions
An interactive learning module teaches you the principles of laboratory quality assurance and the components of various NEQAS reports, ready for you to apply that understanding to the cases presented.View FREE sample questions
Haemostasis and thrombosis is often the downfall of Part 2 candidates. Blood Academys's extensive question base will help you develop the knowledge required to pass this part of your exam with ease.View FREE sample questions
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In addition to questions, model answers, and analysis, each morphology case shows you a unique, professional-grade scan. These work just like a real microscope and help to develop your real-world application.View Free Sample Guideline Summaries
Haemostasis and thrombosis is often the downfall of Part 2 candidates. Blood Academy's extensive question base will help you develop the knowledge required to pass this part of your exam with ease.View Free Sample Tables and Figures
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