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MRCPsych Notes - PDF versions. The following are free to use and distribute subject to the terms and conditions. Updated Second edition () by Dr Andrew Bailey MRCPsych & Dr Donna Arya MRCPsych. First edition . seen before. There are numerous revision books . Following hot on the heels of the launch of the new syllabus and new MRCPsych exam in Spring by the Royal College of Psychiatrists, this pack contains.

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Unfortunately, the mailing list became so full of old email addresses that it was impossible to administer and my webhosting company thought I was spamming because of the the number of emails bouncing back. I have therefore decided to retire the list and encourage everyone to use the RSS feeds above.

Please read the Privacy Policy to understand how any data collected will be used. It seems that it isn't particularly common in the UK not many people have heard of it , but hey, I liked the name so decided to stick with it.

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No, it's a labour of love. The site is not supported by any kind of external sponsorship whatsoever. I don't have a merchanising line to support my endeavours, so I rely on positive feedback from people who have found the site useful. No, not with the examinations side of things. Like most psychiatrists, I pay my College subscriptions for the privilege of using the initials 'MRCPsych' but that's it. I have sat OSCE exams as part of my undergraduate training!

As far as I can tell, no.

The college have elected to use a much less objective marking scheme where candidates are graded A-E. Purists will argue that this is not really an OSCE, since a valuable degree of objectivity is lost.

The pass mark for the overall MRCPsych OSCE or each station is as transparent as thick mud, and although the marks are weighted, even the examiners don't know how the weighting is calculated. The format used on the site is closer to that used by North American colleges.

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It is truly objective in the sense that if you perform a specific task, you get a mark or two. It is possible to calculate the pass mark for each station, as well as the overall pass mark for the OSCE exam. How this is done is on the page about organising local exams.

From speaking to examiners, the Royal College continues to use 'normative-based' assessment NBA , whereby a specific number of candidates will pass depending on the overall performance of the whole. Cynics would argue that this is essential in order for the Royal College to maintain their revenue stream from the exams. The shift in assessment in recent years has been towards 'criterion-based' assessment CBA where candidates are marked according to whether they meet specific criteria which have been agreed beforehand.

You can get an overview of the differences between the two at this page at the University of Toronto.

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This is arguably a much fairer way of determining the skills of the candidates. The College really have to sort this out, in my humble opinion. Examiners have intimated that the Royal College is looking into how the OSCEs are marked, and to be fair, they are endeavouring to introduce a new format to the exam system. Hopefully, in a few years time all of these teething problems and inconsistencies will have been resolved.

The site is Joomla based, and as such, will be compliant when Joomla meets requirements. The Joomla Accessibility Statement has more information. Subscribe to the Feed: For a number of reasons: Knowledge has zero transaction value. See number one. That's it. Do you have any connection with the Royal College of Psychiatrists? No, not with the examinations side of things.

Like most psychiatrists, I pay my College subscriptions for the privilege of using the initials 'MRCPsych' but that's it. What experience do you have with OSCEs? I have sat OSCE exams as part of my undergraduate training!

As far as I can tell, no. The college have elected to use a much less objective marking scheme where candidates are graded A-E.

Purists will argue that this is not really an OSCE, since a valuable degree of objectivity is lost. The pass mark for the overall MRCPsych OSCE or each station is as transparent as thick mud, and although the marks are weighted, even the examiners don't know how the weighting is calculated. The format used on the site is closer to that used by North American colleges.

It is truly objective in the sense that if you perform a specific task, you get a mark or two. It is possible to calculate the pass mark for each station, as well as the overall pass mark for the OSCE exam. How this is done is on the page about organising local exams.

How is the OSCE exam marked?

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