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  2. Hi. Please let me know if you're willing to share SPMM costs. Thanks.
  3. Please let me know if u r willing to share spmm
  4. Hello Anyone willing to share spmm for Paper A, please let me know ASAP. Thanks.
  5. Hi Zee. I'm doing the same. Please let me know if you want to share spmm. Thanks
  6. Hi same here. Please let me know if you want to share spmm. Thanks
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  8. Kindly add +919986296154 and +919443735299
  9. hello i posted my what'sapp number several times. kindly include me in your what'sapp group of paper b. my what'sapp number is 923003616671
  10. Hi , I'm very interested to join you for CASC preparation , please let me know how I can add my-self to your group. Thans
  11. Hi, sorry for the delayed reply; yes we can start on Skype soon..preferably this friday night or on coming weekend, whichever is convenient for you? please let me know your Skype id; thanks
  12. Hi, would love to join this group. Please let me know by email.
  13. The next two day Cambridge MRPsych critical review course will be on the 7th and 8th September 2019. Detailed teaching is given on all aspects of critical review, with hundreds of questions to practise on, which will then be discussed. Questions are broken up so they are given straight after the relevant teaching. Group size is small, so a lot of detailed teaching and discussion is possible. Feedback scores for this course are very high (4-5 out of 5) for nearly all attendees. For further details, contact, 07976 811706 .
  14. Hi can you add me to the study group- 07708760851
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  16. hello I am available and as enthusiastic as they get let me know what the arrangements are
  17. Hi all, I hope you don't mind me posting here. I'm a psychotherapist working in England. A long-term patient of mine has been receiving private psychiatric care for 8 years now and I would be extremely grateful for any feedback regarding her pharmacological treatment plan. She has made very little improvement since her diagnosis and her meds do not appear to reduce her significant depression, impulsivity, anxiety, and frequent suicidal ideation. Her diagnosis is Emotional Dysregulation Disorder with Borderline traits and her medication is as follows: 375mg venlafaxine extended release, 45mg mirtazapine, 600mg pregabalin, 100mg quetiapine. A recent short-term addition of 2mg Diazepam and Zopiclone has just ended. Many thanks! Louise
  18. Hi, i am looking for an enthusiastic with a positive attitude CASC candidate for its preparation (Sept. 2019). please let me know. thanks
  19. Hi, I have just finished my mbbs from Bangladesh in 2018.Now I am interested in psychitry and want to attend the mrcpsych exam in June 2020.Will you help me how to prepare myself for mrcpsych and what text books should i read? Thanks
  20. Dear THC, I'm like a year late but is the Whatsapp group still active? If so, may I have the link please? Thank you very much in advance!
  21. Anyone have access to past question papers of paper A. Pls do post the links.
  22. Dear all, I'm just starting to prepare for CASC. So far majority of the posts here are compilations of past stations, specific topic discussions or people looking for training partners. Would like to ask - apart from watching the videos, are there any helpful reference books for me to go through before going into videos and practice? Any advice will be highly appreciated. Thanks!
  23. @ramarkrs: I scored the lowest in forensic & psychotherapy so I can't give much helpful advice. :S But I personally think the tables of summary after each question in PsychMentor is helpful, although I didn't subscribe for Paper B. Any other suggestions?
  24. which is best for psychotherapy reading? scored least in this as well as addiction. so any helpful aids to get better in next attempt please
  25. Please add me to the group - 07472492821
  26. Hi Spectacular, If I may ask, which component did you score the least? This is a general sharing of what I did for the exam and got lucky, not tips per se For Critical Review, I used: - "Doctor's Guide to Critical Appraisal" by Dr Narinder & Gurpal Gosall - "Medical Statistics Made Easy" by Harris & Taylor Disclaimer: I'm not advertising any books or websites/ques banks I genuinely felt that these 2 books were very easy to understand and helped me a lot in grasping the concepts in statistics. Some may deem these books not too in-depth, but being a dummy in stats, I'm happy enough with the books The rest.. I personally tried loads of questions on SPMM & Birmingham. I think the practice effect helps remembering certain % for epidemiology (e.g. % of DSH, % of delirium going into dementia, etc). I found it impossible to memorise those stats while studying, but practice effect did help a bit. I still did loads of guessing for epidemiology ques in exam though. I went through the previous exam posts in here as well to see the past year questions. Days before exam I randomly found out PsychMentor offers free Mock paper. I'm not sure if it's always there or it's only available near exam season, but do check this out: It was helpful to assess your standard. In the end of the day I personally think it's practice effect & understanding, regardless which ques bank you try or learn from. Do things at your own pace. Hope these help. All the best!
  27. Failed the exam :-( any tips please in detail
  28. Most people use SPMM and psych mentor question banks.
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