OXFORD ASSESS AND PROGRESS: your prescription for exam success From the home of the seminal Oxford Handbooks comes the brand new Oxford Assess and Progress series - a groundbreaking development in the area of medical student self assessment texts. With a number of unique features the titles have been designed as much a formative learning resource as a self assessment one. All questions have been specifically commissioned for the series - written by practising clinicians, extensively peer reviewed by students and their teachers, and accurate and in line with modern testing formats and best assessment practice.
SBAs and EMQs test clinical topics and core professional themes
Over 350 questions in each guide with varying levels of difficulty and
The rationale behind correct answers is explained with references to the relevant Oxford Handbook directing you to additional information
Concise supporting text unlocks each subject and offers key assessment advice
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Series editors Katharine Boursicot, Reader in Medical Education, St George's, University of London and David Sales, Consultant in Medical Assessment
""Brilliantly laid out, highly relevant questions with succinct and well-referenced answers, saving me precious time during finals revision." Ryan Dhunnookchand, Student, UCL"
""Great for finals revision - and with the start rating system showing the level of knowledge expected at different stages of training it will be invaluable for years to come!" Laura Barnfield, Student, University of Manchester"
""Reading through and attempting the questions helped consolidate what I did know, whilst the answers and explanations really cemented the concepts". Duncan Shrewsbury, Student, University of Birmingham"
""this is an exciting way to not only be tested in formats that you need to practice but more importantly to learn what you
really need to know." Dr Julian Archer, Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry"
""A wide ranging and comprehensive set of self-assessment questions" Dr Michael Schachter, Imperial College London"