If you are a GP trainee preparing for your MRCGP SCA exam, this blog is a must to help you pass. We are lucky to have Dr Elissa Abi Raad – a GPST3 who recently passed her SCA exam – share her own experience of how she prepared and passed first time.
If you are a GP trainee preparing for your MRCGP SCA exam, this blog is a must to help you pass. We are lucky to have Dr Melissa Morton – a GPST3 who recently passed her SCA exam – share her own experience of how she prepared and passed first time.
Being a relatively new exam, can understandably create a level of uncertainty and fear. The impact of nerves can often lead to doctors failing to demonstrate their obvious talent, and using more of a scripted approach that completely changes their natural ability to consult.
Below are ten important, but often less discussed tips for this exam – both for preparation, as well as for the day itself – things that we focus heavily on during our SCA Packages and Mocks.
If you are reading this blog, you have likely a) started preparing for SCA and b) started practicing in study groups. This exercise can be efficient, beneficial and lead to exponential growth in confidence…OR…it can end up fixing bad habits, just being done ‘for the sake of it’ and generally being a waste of valuable preparation time.
This blog covers 5 important ways to maximise your practice time with friends and colleagues.
– Find out more about what the SCA exam is (and how to prepare in general) here
– Register for our next Free SCA Booster Webinar here
– Join our SCA Telegram teaching group here
– Start our most comprehensive SCA Ultimate Package here