Best of Five MCQS for the MRCP: Part 1

ISBN : 9780198787921

Iqbal Khan
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Oxford Specialty Training: Revision Texts

Best of Five MCQs for the MRCP Part 1 pack offers a comprehensive and trustworthy solution to anybody wishing to sit, pass, and excel at the Membership of the Royal College of Physicians Part 1 examination. Presented as a unique three-volume set, it features 1125 high-quality practice questions on each of the medical systems and specialties in alphabetical order. Volume 1 features 375 Best of Five questions on clinical sciences, clinical haematology and oncology, cardiology, and clinical pharmacology, therapeutics and toxicology. Volume 2 features 375 Best of Five questions on dermatology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, geriatric medicine, infectious diseases, and ophthalmology. Volume 3 features 375 Best of Five questions on nephrology, neurology, psychiatry, respiratory medicine, and rheumatology All 1125 questions contain questions written and reviewed by successful candidates and previous examiners, and are accompanied by detailed explanations and further reading, ensuring complete and successful revision for this challenging exam. Matched to the latest Royal College curricula in coverage and format, this dedicated resource provides readers with an accurate, authoritative, and evidence-based companion to the MRCP Part 1.


Volume 1
1 Clinical sciences
2 Clinical haematology and oncology
3 Cardiology
4 Clinical pharmacology, therapeutics and toxicology

Volume 2
1 Dermatology
2 Endocrinology
3 Gastroenterology
4 Geriatric medicine
5 Infectious diseases and GUM
6 Ophthalmology

Volume 3
1 Nephrology
2 Neurology
3 Psychiatry
4 Respiratory medicine
5 Rheumatology


Dr Iqbal Khan was born in Birmingham and qualified in medicine from the University of Sheffield in 1997. He had previously completed a dual honours degree in Biochemistry and Physiology and managed to intercalate research for a PhD (awarded in 1995) into the medical course. After completing studies, he trained as a junior doctor in the West Midlands and was appointed as a consultant gastroenterologist at Northampton General Hospital in June 2007. Because of his roles devoted to medical training is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer for the Universities of Leicester and Oxford.